• Chipotle reports findings of hacking investigation
Chipotle reports findings of hacking investigation

The company has since been climbing back, with its stock up to $480.15 on Friday. You can search for the impacted Chipotle branches here. It has underperformed by 2.72% the S&P500. Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania Pub School Empls Retrmt invested 0.01% in Polaris Industries Inc. Morgan Stanley holds 0.06% or 512,651 shares. (NYSE:PII) or 4,658 shar...

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  • Hyannis to mark centennial of John F. Kennedy's birth
Hyannis to mark centennial of John F. Kennedy's birth

In Boston , the JFK Presidential Library will have free admission Monday just in time to view its new exhibit. The Presidents Day first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony took place at the John F. "Many of his key ideas are timeless". FILE - In this August 22, 1962 file photo, President John F. Kennedy walks with Vice President Lyndon Johnson, ri...

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  • 2 people arrested after officer struck by vehicle
2 people arrested after officer struck by vehicle

A 16-year-old and a 19-year-old were arrested, police said. A marked police vehicle had stopped another auto just after 10 a.m.in the area of Brendan Avenue and Juneway Road, and during that traffic stop, a Saturn SUV drove by and sped off.

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  • White House officials refuse to comment on Jared Kushner's Russian Federation ties
White House officials refuse to comment on Jared Kushner's Russian Federation ties

Trump is grappling with a burgeoning crisis involving alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign. He is the only person now in the White House known to be under investigation. In this May 23, 2017, photo, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner , left, and his wife Ivanka Trump watch during a visit by President Donald Trump to Yad Vashem...

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  • Town that denied mosque permit to pay Islamic group $3.25M
Town that denied mosque permit to pay Islamic group $3.25M

Despite the settlement agreement, the town says it does not admit that it illegally restricted the Islamic Society from building a new facility. " We look forward to welcoming people of all faiths and backgrounds to our mosque ", said Mohammad Ali Chaudry, president of the society.

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  • Tornadoes In Oklahoma, Wisconsin Leave 2 Dead
Tornadoes In Oklahoma, Wisconsin Leave 2 Dead

Another person was killed when a twister hit a housing subdivision in Oklahoma , CNN reported. The severe weather also caused extensive damage to several turkey barns across from the mobile home park. Several cattle injures were also reported. No fatalities were reported in other states, but there have been reports in the eastern Texas Panhandle...

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  • Family Dispute Led to Deadly Mississippi Shooting Rampage
Family Dispute Led to Deadly Mississippi Shooting Rampage

Zach Harveston, who has worked as a dispatcher at the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department for two years, said he was shaken by Durr's death. The Lincoln County deputy has been identified as 36-year-old William Durr . "They had an incident where he was killed", Bell said. In this undated photo provided by Tiffany Blackwell her son Jord...

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  • Four facts about the history of Memorial Day
Four facts about the history of Memorial Day

The day we honor our war dead came about 149 years ago this month when a military order came down to place flowers on both Union and Confederate graves at Arlington National Cemetery. "I think it is good and really good for younger people like me to get started in supporting the fallen soldiers", said Jaiden Scully, age 12. President Donald Trump...

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  • DeLorean Driving Back to the Future Fan Gets 88 MPH Speeding Ticket
DeLorean Driving Back to the Future Fan Gets 88 MPH Speeding Ticket

Heck, you shouldn't be allowed to drive slower than that either. Spencer White didn't have a flux capacitor handy, but his DeLorean sports auto was zipping down a California highway at a pretty good clip when he got a speeding ticket - for going 88 miles per hour.

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  • Woman recalls OR train stabbing victim's final words
Woman recalls OR train stabbing victim's final words

He denied being a neo-Nazi, but he added, "I've fought and bled for my race". Christian got off the train at the Hollywood Transit Center, threatened several people on the platform, and left the area. Court documents based on Jeremy Christian's interview at the Multnomah County Jail show he was concerned about free speech. Macy and another ma...

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  • Hit or miss, missile defense test is a key milestone
Hit or miss, missile defense test is a key milestone

In neighboring South Korea, the military said Monday's test involved a Scud-type missile that landed about 450 kilometers off North Korea's east coast in the Sea of Japan. The ground-based interceptor system is mainly created to counter a North Korean missile threat, but a USA official said Tuesday's test has been planned for years and is coincid...

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  • University of Nebraska to seek tuition increase, budget cuts
University of Nebraska to seek tuition increase, budget cuts

In the years after that, the savings will grow to $30 million, Bounds said, which will reshape the university. Tuition per credit hour for the 2016-17 school year was $225.25 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, $205.25 at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and $182 at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

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  • Kerr to miss NBA Finals opener
Kerr to miss NBA Finals opener

Oh, and it should be mentioned the only Cavalier rotation player shooting under 40 per cent from deep this post-season ( Kyrie Irving ) is peaking at the right time and has knocked 'em down at 55 per cent clip over his last four games. Shortening up the rotations, given Golden State's star power, can present plenty of problems for the Cavs . The...

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  • Paradise library offering summer programs
Paradise library offering summer programs

Once your reading log is complete, return it to any location before August 12 to receive a prize! Children ages preschool through teen are welcome to participate in programs, contests and other activities throughout the summer. The "Build A Better World" theme is part of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries state-wide reading event. On June 6, th...

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  • Joliet Police Seeking Two In Connection To Fire At Old Prison
Joliet Police Seeking Two In Connection To Fire At Old Prison

The 17 year-old was charged with one count of arson after police say the teen set papers on fire with a lighter while inside the prison grounds. A spokesperson for IDOC said the fire remained under investigation Tuesday morning but declined to comment further.

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  • Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial
Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial

Over the police radio, Yanez told his partner that he thought the driver fit the description of a suspect in a convenience store robbery that happened down the road just a few days earlier. Since 2005, just 80 officers have faced manslaughter or murder charges out of thousands of fatal shootings. Along Larpenteur Ave., near the spot where Castile...

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  • Steve Kerr Confirms He Plans To Coach Next Season
Steve Kerr Confirms He Plans To Coach Next Season

The Warriors are 5-13 favorites at Vegas' Westgate Sports Book. "Obviously, I mean, I've played against four Hall of Famers as well too with Manu (Ginobili), Kawhi (Leonard), Tony (Parker ) and Timmy D (Tim Duncan) on the same team ".

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  • EU says Trump agrees that Brexit 'an incident, not a threat'
EU says Trump agrees that Brexit 'an incident, not a threat'

Because NATO is not just about hardware, about material obligations, like the 2 percent of GDP, it is also about perceptions -whether NATO is seen, from within and from outside, as a coherent alliance. There was also friction with British Prime Minister Theresa May after United Kingdom intelligence furiously blamed the US for leaking evidence p...

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  • Trump tweets article with unnamed source after criticizing reports with unnamed sources
Trump tweets article with unnamed source after criticizing reports with unnamed sources

Trump, having returned from a nine-day overseas trip, immediately railed against administration leaks, calling them "fabricated lies", in a flurry of tweets. Before departing Italy for the U.S., White House officials refused to address the reports about Kushner . And Trump was reportedly annoyed by the blowback in the press after Kushner's sis...

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  • Portland stabbing victim's mother calls on Trump 'to take action'
Portland stabbing victim's mother calls on Trump 'to take action'

In a separate statement, Wheeler lauded the two men for their selflessness and bravery, calling it an "inspiration for everyone". The image shows an array of chalk-drawn messages including " Portland stands with you" and "This will not stop us".

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  • Officer who shot Tamir Rice is fired in unrelated matter
Officer who shot Tamir Rice is fired in unrelated matter

It was on November 22, 2014, that 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot by Loehmann. Police Chief Calvin Williams announced the discipline Tuesday against officers Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback . The shooting was one of several involving police and unarmed black males, which led to mass protests across the US. When video of Loehmann's ...

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  • After Hate Killings, Portland Mayor Wants Anti-Muslim Rallies Canceled
After Hate Killings, Portland Mayor Wants Anti-Muslim Rallies Canceled

The ACLU of OR, in a tweet on Monday, said: "The government can not revoke OR deny a permit based on the viewpoint of the demonstrators". The man then stabbed three male bystanders who apparently tried to intervene, killing two of them.

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  • Michiganders misspell this word the most, according to Google
Michiganders misspell this word the most, according to Google

Competitors who misspelled these words placed fourth or higher in the competition. Since their arrival, they been participating in various Scripps Spelling Bee events, which included a barbecue at the Washington Nationals baseball stadium.

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  • Trump dismisses 'fabricated' report of Kushner's outreach to Russian Federation
Trump dismisses 'fabricated' report of Kushner's outreach to Russian Federation

President Donald Trump's top counselor, Kellyanne Conway, on Tuesday dismissed the importance of recent reports that senior adviser Jared Kushner attempted to create a secret line of communications with Russian Federation during the presidential transition previous year.

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  • Trump, Republicans push back on Kushner reports
Trump, Republicans push back on Kushner reports

U.S. media said the White House is creating a new rapid-fire communications unit to respond to the controversy, led by Kushner, senior presidential adviser Steve Bannon and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. "But it's the Russians who tried to destroy the fundamental of democracy and that is to change the outcome of an American election...

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  • Darrell Issa vs Michael Scott on roof
Darrell Issa vs Michael Scott on roof

Levin, who regularly attends the Indivisible-organized protests, said he saw Issa interact briefly with the protesters, even giving one pro-Trump counter protester a piece of cake. Since Levin's tweet made it sound as though Issa was standing on the roof to hide from groups of protesters, the lovely people of Twitter were quick to compare the eve...

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  • Germany's Merkel Signals Deepening Rift With US Under Trump
Germany's Merkel Signals Deepening Rift With US Under Trump

In some of his toughest criticism of the Trump administration to date, Sigmar Gabriel said major arms deals signed between the US and Saudi Arabia last week demonstrated that the Trump administration is going the wrong way. While talking about the protectionist and anti-immigrant sentiments, Modi asked Europe to ensure that the global economy...

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  • It Sure Looks Like the Pope Threw Some Shade at Donald Trump
It Sure Looks Like the Pope Threw Some Shade at Donald Trump

Tillerson said Trump "hasn't made a final decision" about the US standing in the accord, and likely will not until after he wraps his first overseas trip as president and returns to the U.S. He gave the Pope a boxed set of five first-edition books by murdered USA civil rights leader Martin Luther King and a bronze sculpture. Francis's gif...

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  • Anglican church disassociates itself from IPOB, MASSOB sit-at-home protest
Anglican church disassociates itself from IPOB, MASSOB sit-at-home protest

Ezeike warned that the Inspector General of Police, Idris Abubakar Ibrahim, has directed that unpatriotic elements should be dealt with by the security officers. "Information at our disposal revealed that the soldiers have rented hundreds of youth and procured IPOB T Shirts for them to protest in order for them to swoop on our members in their home...

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  • Justices side with police in California shooting case
Justices side with police in California shooting case

Police officers can not be held liable for use-of-force consequences even when they provoke a violent confrontation, the Supreme Court has ruled . "A different Fourth Amendment violation can not transform a later, reasonable use of force into an unreasonable seizure", Alito wrote. Congress asks: Are federal employees overpaid? The Supr...

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  • Ex-US Rep. Anthony Weiner to plead guilty in sexting case
Ex-US Rep. Anthony Weiner to plead guilty in sexting case

But the sexting didn't stop, and a series of explicit exchanges continued in early 2016 with a 15-year-old girl from North Carolina, two highly knowledgeable sources told NBC News in September. A likely result of the plea is that Weiner would end up as a registered sex offender, although a final determination has yet to be made, the Times sai...

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  • Justices will hear Ohio appeal over purging voter rolls
Justices will hear Ohio appeal over purging voter rolls

In the past, the court said a prosecutor improperly helped prepare a sentencing motion in Roberts' case and that a judge hadn't fully considered factors that could argue against a death sentence. Freda Levenson, legal director of the ACLU of OH, expressed confidence that the Supreme Court would uphold the 6th Circuit ruling. "Ohio's purge of el...

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  • Man presumed dead after falling off cliff while taking selfie
Man presumed dead after falling off cliff while taking selfie

Rescue workers will continue to attempt a search and recovery effort on Tuesday. Temporary fencing was put up in late 2015 to keep people off potentially unsafe trails at the state park 20 miles east of Kahlotus. Franklin County sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the park around 2:30 p.m. Monday after the man, who was not identified, fell from...

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  • TCU, Missouri games to be shown on CBS
TCU, Missouri games to be shown on CBS

There will be no obscure conference tournament champion or unknown at-large opponent for nationally No. 12 ranked Arkansas throughout this Fayetteville Regional that the Razorbacks, 42-17, host starting Friday at Baum Stadium . "It's special and it's fun to see the turn we made after ORU", said Cowboys left fielder Garrett McCain. "Our fans have...

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  • Major announcement from Lt. Gov. Brian Calley expected Tuesday
Major announcement from Lt. Gov. Brian Calley expected Tuesday

Calley, 40, is a former banker and state lawmaker who as lieutenant governor has advocated for disability, mental health and prescription drug abuse reforms. Grossmann joined Stateside to break down what a part-time legislature could look like for MI. Snyder can not run again due to term limits. Executive director Lonnie Scott said it was t...

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