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Trump to meet with automakers to discuss U.S. fuel rules: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House is planning a meeting next week between President Donald Trump and senior leaders of major U.S. and foreign automakers to discuss planned fuel efficiency rule changes through 2026, automakers and administration officials said on Wednesday. U.S. President Donald Trump attends the National Teacher of …

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UK's May faces local election losses as key Brexit tests near

LONDON (Reuters) – Voters will pass judgment on Prime Minister Theresa May’s party on Thursday in local government elections expected to show rising support for her opponents in London that will add to pressure on her position over Brexit. FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May walks out of 10 …

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Tesla beats expectations with $3.4 billion in revenue

Tesla reported its Q1 2018 earnings today, posting adjusted losses of $3.35 per share with revenues on $3.4 billion. This is a beat, as analysts expected Tesla to report a loss of $3.48 a share with revenues of $3.22 billion, up from $2.7 billion a year ago. Last quarter, Tesla …

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Black men arrested in Starbucks settle legal claims

Two black men arrested while waiting at a Starbucks cafe in Philadelphia in the United States have reached a settlement with the coffee chain and dropped legal claims against the city. The city agreed to pay each man $1 and committed $200,000 to fund an entrepreneurship programme for public school students. …

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Harris 'mad as hell' over CervicalCheck controversy

The Government is likely to establish a scoping inquiry followed by a commission of investigation into the cervical smear controversy. It follows a meeting between the Minister for Health Simon Harris and Opposition parties. An international expert is likely to lead the inquiry. Separately the HSE will continue to make …

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