Here's The New Phone BlackBerry Hopes Will Save Its Dying Platform

Here's The New Phone BlackBerry Hopes Will Save Its Dying Platform
BlackBerry officially unveiled its new BlackBerry Classic phone on Wednesday, which CEO John Chen says he believes will turn the company around, according to CNBC. The new phone should be a familiar treat for most BlackBerry fans. The new version of …
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Manchester neighbors shocked that 9-year-old twins were home alone
The Mondays spoke to police via telephone and said they were delayed in Africa because of illness and passport problems. Initially, the children were placed in foster care but neighbors said they have seen the children recently. “The only people we see …
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3 men try to join ISIS: Here's what we know

3 men try to join ISIS: Here's what we know
Saidakhmetov is a 19-year-old citizen of Kazakhstan and is a legal permanent resident of the United States, who lives in Brooklyn, New York, with fellow suspect Abdurasul Juraboev. Court documents say Saidakhmetov worked at Habibov's mall … The …
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Take advantage of the opportunities at your disposal
Clubs, sports, leadership opportunities, on campus employment, research, professors in our fields, trips to the city, concerts—UNH offers us so many amazing opportunities. However, so many students complain about the price we are paying to attend …
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PDP, APC Campaigns Are Empty – Ahmad
People see us for what we are, real agents of change that are bringing to the front burner, those issues that the so-called big parties don't even talk about. So, our chances are excellent and we want to use the last lap of this campaign to further …
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Do Migrants Really Cost Britain £120 Billion? Here's What You Need To Know

Do Migrants Really Cost Britain £120 Billion? Here's What You Need To Know
… Cameron talks with United Kingdom Border Agency officials in their control room, during a visit to Terminal 5 at London's Heathrow airport, Monday Oct. 10, 2011. Cameron met border staff and viewed the latest facial recognition technology used at …
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'Explosive cocktail' of mental illness, drug addiction and extremist ideology
The public safety minister defended new counterterrorism legislation, saying there are “robust” safeguards in place to ensure that proposed new powers for the federal spy agency don't infringe on civil rights. “If we want civil rights to flourish in …
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TriNet Group's (TNET) CEO Burton Goldfield on Q3 2014 Results — Earnings
Technology, life sciences and professional services all played heavily into Passport Q3 wins. This product is characterized by an intuitive, paperless, self-service platform and extensive benefit selections. Client site Passport's complex platform …
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Here's the truth: The government doesn't shut down

Here's the truth: The government doesn't shut down
In fact, virtually every essential government agency, like the FBI, the Border Patrol and the Coast Guard, will remain open. Furloughed federal workers probably would get paid, eventually. Transportation Security Administration officers would continue …
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The four-legged flyers: owners dig deep to take pets abroad
The agency, part of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, also reports a big rise in families importing rabbits, chinchillas, rats, guinea pigs, fish, snakes and even frogs. It says imports of cats and dogs to the UK exploded on 1 …
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Here's What This 220% Gainer Has Been Buying and Selling

Here's What This 220% Gainer Has Been Buying and Selling
So what does Passport Capital's latest quarterly 13F filing tell us? Here are a few … But it can be useful to keep an eye on what smart folks are doing, and 13F forms can be great places to find intriguing candidates for our portfolios. Kodiak Oil …
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Fact-Check: The NSA and Sept. 11
The U.S. got photos of those attending the January 2000 meeting in Malaysia, including of Mihdhar, and the CIA also learned that his passport had a visa for travel to the U.S. But that fact was not shared with FBI headquarters until much later, in …
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