• Yuan's 6-Year Low Makes Markets Yawn
Yuan's 6-Year Low Makes Markets Yawn

China's central bank set the midpoint of the yuan at 6.7690 per USA dollar on Monday, up from 6.7558, setting the yuan's exchange rate relative to the dollar at its weakest since September 2010. In China's strictly managed spot foreign exchange market, the yuan is allowed to rise or fall by a maximum of 2% from that central parity rate each day.

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  • Murphysburg displays ribbons for breast cancer awareness
Murphysburg displays ribbons for breast cancer awareness

Planned are free clinical exams, expert bra fittings, special recognition of breast cancer survivors and more. She says her life-changing experience has become a mission and a ministry. "We don't like to see our young girls grow up and recognize that they are young ladies and so this kind of helps in that scenario and putting it out there that my...

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  • TV Audience Falls Sharply For Second Trump-Clinton Debate
TV Audience Falls Sharply For Second Trump-Clinton Debate

Trump's intensely loyal supporters might well be energized by his vigorous criticism of Clinton. Mrs. Clinton had led by 6 points in a PRRI survey released last week, and the two candidates were tied at 43 percent apiece two weeks ago. The speech came as Clinton appears to be on the rise in polling; she was up and Trump was down in a Quinnipiac...

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  • Three dead in NC due to Hurricane Matthew, according to Gov. McCrory
Three dead in NC due to Hurricane Matthew, according to Gov. McCrory

At least 13 people on the Caribbean island have also died from outbreaks of cholera since the storm, and around 61,500 people were in shelters, officials said. In addition, 911 systems are down in five counties: Currituck, Bladen, Moore, Columbus and Robeson. He says that's a serious issue, especially if people are trapped.

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  • Antonio Conte can only smile at Chelsea sacking rumours
Antonio Conte can only smile at Chelsea sacking rumours

I don't see anything other than a Chelsea win". Whoever comes out on top this weekend is likely to play a key role in which team ends up with all three points. "He has good stamina, good technique and personality". Chelsea will be hoping Hazard enjoys similar success as in this head-to-head. Terry has missed more than a month with an ankle in...

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  • Spread the word on breast cancer awareness
Spread the word on breast cancer awareness

According to Sheriff Bob Rost, who organized the initiative, the county has felt the impact of breast cancer firsthand. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women. Giordano told NBC News that the idea for the study came when a patient was reluctant to order a test confirming her cancer was gone: "She shared with me that she w...

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  • Leading US civil rights organizations call for decriminalization of personal drugs
Leading US civil rights organizations call for decriminalization of personal drugs

Rates of drug use fluctuate, but they have not declined significantly since the "war on drugs" was declared more than four decades ago. It examines arrest rates in counties across the nation, the lasting effects of debt that results from a conviction on a minor drug charge and the disparities between the ways different communities are policed.

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  • Sprint Will Provide One Million Disadvantaged Students With Phones And Service
Sprint Will Provide One Million Disadvantaged Students With Phones And Service

Claure said the " homework gap " includes some five million school-aged students - many in low-income households - who lack access to the Internet at home. President Barack Obama will travel to Greensboro, North Carolina on Tuesday to participate in a town hall on race and sports and to highlight the administration's work to improve the lives of ...

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  • Ayotte Says She 'Misspoke' After Calling Trump a Role Model for Kids
Ayotte Says She 'Misspoke' After Calling Trump a Role Model for Kids

Kelly Ayotte and Maggie Hassan shared a stage last night at New England College. Ayotte later said she "misspoke". During the second debate in the critical New Hampshire Senate race, Ayotte, who faces a tough challenge from New Hampshire Gov.

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  • Salem police unveils pink patrol auto for breast cancer awareness
Salem police unveils pink patrol auto for breast cancer awareness

Shana said moderate physical activity can help when it comes to lowering your risk of developing breast cancer. When a loved one has cancer, the simple "get well soon" or "f**k cancer" sentiments just don't cut it . Previously, only women who were actually suffering from a certain type of breast cancer could access subsidies for the medication...

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  • Sheriff's Office wear pink bands for breast cancer awareness month
Sheriff's Office wear pink bands for breast cancer awareness month

And breast cancer does not just affect women. Or do we? A study released this week by the McGrath Foundation reveals 73 per cent of individuals consider themselves "breast aware", yet only 39 per cent can identify the risk factors for breast cancer.

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  • Arsene Wenger says he could manage England
Arsene Wenger says he could manage England "one day"

I'm in a great club and I'm playing minutes which is what I want. "I don't know if there will be a 25th anniversary", Wenger stated. His defense of his feckless, dumb criticism, when he bothers to offer one, is I'M A SEASON TICKET HOLDER, which let's face it isn't really all that interesting from a critical perspective.

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  • E. coli risk prompts recall of beef, veal, bison products
E. coli risk prompts recall of beef, veal, bison products

To date, the agency has confirmed seven cases of infection from four states, viz. MA (3), CT (2), West Virginia (1) and Pennsylvania (1). Pennsylvania and West Virginia each had 1 case of the infection. Restaurants and retailers should also get rid of recalled meat. These products bear establishment number EST. 5497 inside the USDA mark of inspecti...

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  • Brazilian lawmakers to decide future of impeachment plotter
Brazilian lawmakers to decide future of impeachment plotter

But his fellow lawmakers are deciding only on whether he lied about having secret banking accounts in Switzerland. He has vowed to shift away from the interventionist economic policies of his predecessor, Dilma Rousseff. If found guilty and removed from office, Cunha would lose his partial immunity from prosecution. In Brazil, only the country's ...

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  • Middlesex seal historic County Championship title
Middlesex seal historic County Championship title

A tie would put Middlesex level with Somerset on points although, under tie-breaker rules, Somerset would still then win the Championship as they would have won more games this season (six) than Middlesex (five). Every second innings we have found ourselves at 60-3 or worse and so that's something that needs to be addressed. David Willey follow...

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  • Trains resuming service after explosives found
Trains resuming service after explosives found

The device was found in a backpack in a garbage can by two men and was reported to police. In Elizabeth, New Jersey , on Monday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was executing a search warrant, Mayor Christian Bollwage told CNN earlier .

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  • Thailand to crack down on Zika breeding spots
Thailand to crack down on Zika breeding spots

Broward County now does not have any locally acquired Zika infections. The Public Health Minister further stated that the Zika virus outbreak in South East Asia, including Thailand, is milder than that of Brazil. Infants with microcephaly had their head circumference measured and most underwent brain imaging. The disease can obstruct babies' ab...

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  • Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project
Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project

The organization will also stop using the Clinton name, going only by CHAI. Those members are: President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, Bruce Lindsey, Ira Magaziner, and Maggie Williams. While she was not formally charged by the Department of Justice for her handling of classified information, FBI Director James Comey characterized her behavior as ...

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  • Surge in ER visits for injuries, concussions from soccer
Surge in ER visits for injuries, concussions from soccer

He's director of the Center for Pediatric Trauma Research at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Increased awareness about the dangers of concussions also has led more coaches and players to seek treatment for players as a precaution.

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  • Donald Trump projects image of endurance as health woes sideline Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump projects image of endurance as health woes sideline Hillary Clinton

Later on Sunday, Clinton's personal doctor, Lisa Bardack, released a statement saying that Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia the previous Friday, but decided not to cancel any scheduled events. The unexpected turn of events has turned a conservative angle of attack into a serious line of questioning about Clinton's health and why it took two d...

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