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FANG surge leads stock market recovery, putting Netflix in spotlight

FANG surge leads stock market recovery, putting Netflix in spotlight By Caroline Valetkevitch and Noel Randewich NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The FANGs have gotten their bite back, and they are helping Wall Street erase the wrenching correction that beset it in February. Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix and Google's parent Alphabet have led the technology and consumer discretionary sectors back to record high levels in recent days. Whether they can haul the wider market over that threshold likely hinges on the rush of quarterly scorecards due soon from the four of them, starting with Netflix late on Monday.


Parade Of 70 Land Rovers Celebrates 70 Years At Goodwood

Parade Of 70 Land Rovers Celebrates 70 Years At Goodwood Examples of all of the company's previous models were on hand.


Best Amazon Prime Day Deals on Echo Smart Speakers and More

Best Amazon Prime Day Deals on Echo Smart Speakers and More Shopping links are provided by eBay Commerce Network and Amazon. Clicking on any of these links will take you to the retailer's website to shop for this product. Consumer Reports may collect fees...


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The Latest: Details emerge on gunman's death, earlier case

The Latest: Details emerge on gunman's death, earlier case KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Latest on the shooting of three Kansas City police officers (all times local):


Chicago police release video of shooting that sparked violent protests

Chicago police release video of shooting that sparked violent protests Chicago police on Sunday released body camera footage of officers shooting dead a black man as he reached for his concealed handgun, hoping to quell two days of violent and peaceful protests that had branded the incident a case of police brutality. The shooting on Saturday triggered violent clashes that night and more peaceful protests on Sunday in the latest in a string of U.S. police killings that have at times sparked nationwide demonstrations. Chicago had its own high-profile case leading to unrest in the 2014 police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, who was holding a knife and shot dead as he walked away from police.


Operation by Nicaragua forces leaves at least 10 dead, rights group says

Operation by Nicaragua forces leaves at least 10 dead, rights group says Nicaraguan pro-government forces launched an operation in the country's south that left at least 10 people dead and around 20 injured on Sunday, a human rights group said. The operation by police and paramilitaries targeted the city of Masaya, the nearby Niquinohomo and Catarina communities and the Monimbo neighborhood. "This is a preliminary report," said ANPDH head Alvaro Leiva, adding that the names and ages of the deceased were still being investigated.


Where is the second Bullitt Mustang now?

Where is the second Bullitt Mustang now? The 'hero' car is now big news but what about the stunt car? Was it really found in Mexico? And where is it now? We tell the story of the second Bullitt Mustang


See Justin Verlander's Message to Kate Upton As She Announces Her Pregnancy

See Justin Verlander's Message to Kate Upton As She Announces Her Pregnancy Supermodel Kate Upton and baseball pitcher Justin Verlander were married last November.


Pakistanis mourning victims of carnage ahead of elections

Pakistanis mourning victims of carnage ahead of elections QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistanis observed a day of mourning on Sunday for the victims of the horrific weekend attacks that killed 153 people, including a provincial assembly candidate during an election rally in southwestern Baluchistan province.


All Kurdish YPG have left Syria's Manbij: local militia

All Kurdish YPG have left Syria's Manbij: local militia The last Syrian Kurdish YPG fighters left the northern Syrian town of Manbij on Sunday, the militia controlling the town said, fulfilling a longstanding Turkish demand that the YPG withdraw. It views the YPG as a terrorist group and an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has waged a three-decade insurgency on Turkish soil. Washington sees the YPG as a key ally in the fight against Islamic State.


Emmanuel Macron pictured in emphatic celebration as France lift World Cup in Russia

Emmanuel Macron pictured in emphatic celebration as France lift World Cup in Russia Emmanuel Macron celebrated France's victory over Croatia in the World Cup final with his own animated display of patriotism. The French president was seen wildly gesticulating from the VIP area in the stands next to a more subdued Vladimir Putin, the Russian leader, and Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, Croatia's president. Before embracing the players after the final whistle - and opting to kiss 19-year-old goalscorer Kylian Mbappé on the head - Mr Macron was pictured pumping his fists in the air as he looked down on the packed Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. As his team collected the cup on the pitch he joined Mr Putin and Mrs Grabar-Kitarović in handing out the winners and runners-up medals. Before the game Mr Putin said he told France's leader at a bilateral meeting that it's about time for Russia and France to "get over" the difficulties straining their relations. Mr Macron kissed Kylian Mbappé on the head before France were presented with the cup Credit: DYLAN MARTINEZ/ REUTERS Mr Putin met on Sunday in Moscow with French President Emmanuel Macron. Mr Macron's office said he wanted to make Europe's voice heard after last week's contentious Nato summit and before Putin's summit with US President Donald Trump. In the run-up to his election in 2017, Mr Macron accused the Kremlin of election meddling, saying that servers belonging to his campaign were hacked by a group likely to be associated with Russia.  


Cops and K-9s Pray With 9-Year-Old Boy Ahead of Risky Brain Surgery

Cops and K-9s Pray With 9-Year-Old Boy Ahead of Risky Brain Surgery Local police officers paid Jalen Manns, 9, a home visit with their K-9s after hearing he likes German shepherds.


Police Searching for Suspect Accused of Raping, Robbing Woman in Her Brooklyn Apartment

Police Searching for Suspect Accused of Raping, Robbing Woman in Her Brooklyn Apartment Police say a man knocked on a 34-year-old woman`s door early Friday morning, then forced his way in and raped her at gunpoint.


North Korea to resume search for remains of US soldiers from Korean War

North Korea to resume search for remains of US soldiers from Korean War US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that talks on Sunday between US and North Korean officials to discuss the return of remains of US service members killed in the 1950-53 Korean War "resulted in firm commitments." It was the first time in nine years that US and North Korean generals held talks. The two sides met on the inter-Korean border on Sunday and agreed to resume joint field activities to search for the remains of Americans missing from the war, Pompeo said in a statement. "Today's talks were productive and cooperative and resulted in firm commitments," he said. The repatriation of US remains was one of the agreements reached during an unprecedented summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in June in Singapore. Working level meetings will begin on Monday to coordinate the next steps for the repatriation of remains, including the transfer of those already collected in North Korea, Pompeo said. The Pentagon has said North Korean officials have indicated in the past they have the remains of as many as 200 US troops. But a U.S. military official familiar with the matter said last month it was not clear what North Korea might hand over. US forces brought some 100 wooden coffins into the DMZ last month, which will be used to transport the remains, according to South Korea's Yonhap news agency. About 7,700 US military personnel still remain unaccounted for from the Korean War, US military data show. More than 36,500 U.S. troops died in the conflict.


John Bolton Grilled About White House Decision To Cancel His CNN Interview

John Bolton Grilled About White House Decision To Cancel His CNN Interview National security adviser John Bolton on Sunday addressed the White House's


Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister's project

Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister's project NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Former U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Kenya Sunday, the country of his father's birth, his first visit to this East African country since leaving office.


Police involved shootings in Massachusetts, Missouri leave one officer dead, three injured

Police involved shootings in Massachusetts, Missouri leave one officer dead, three injured Officer Mike Chesna of Weymouth, Massachusetts, was killed when responding to a call on Sunday morning, while in Kansas City, a person of interest fired at least 50 shots at officers wounding three.


Chicago police release body cam footage after fatal officer-involved shooting sparks protests

Chicago police release body cam footage after fatal officer-involved shooting sparks protests Chicago police have released footage of officers approaching 37-year-old Harith Augustus before he was fatally shot on Saturday.


Police searching for 2 adults over video of child being kicked

Police searching for 2 adults over video of child being kicked Police are looking for two adults after a video emerged of a child being kicked several times.


Trump Says Putin Is ‘Probably' Ruthless, But Defends Him Anyway

Trump Says Putin Is ‘Probably' Ruthless, But Defends Him Anyway In the lead-up to his controversial summit with Vladimir Putin, President


Thai cave boys mourn death of Navy Seal as British divers reveal authorities were out of their depth

Thai cave boys mourn death of Navy Seal as British divers reveal authorities were out of their depth The 12 boys rescued from a Thai cave were moved to tears as they paid tribute to the former Navy Seal who died ahead of their dramatic rescue. The "Wild Boars" football team, who are recovering in hospital following 18 days spent inside the Tham Luang cave, wrote messages of thanks on a picture of Saman Kunan after they were told of the diver’s death for the first time since they emerged from their ordeal. Images of the children in their hospital gowns with their heads bowed low were released on Sunday as British divers involved in the international rescue mission claimed the Thai Navy were “out of their depth” before their crucial intervention. Doctors at the Chiang Rai Prachanukroh Hospital where the boys, aged 11 to 16, are being treated said on Sunday that they were in good health and are expected to be discharged on Thursday. The health ministry said the overall condition for the players and coach was "normal", though many are still on a course of antibiotics after spending nine days in the damp and dark trapped underground. Images of the children in their hospital gowns with their heads bowed low were released on Sunday  Credit:  AFP But experts have urged caution amid the global intrigue surrounding the boys' stories, saying they would all need to be monitored closely for signs of psychological distress that could take months to manifest and could be triggered by probing media interviews. Medics said the boys were only considered mentally strong enough on Saturday to hear the news of Mr Kunan. When told how Mr Kunan died while installing oxygen tanks along the twisting passageways of the cave many of the boys cried before penning tributes on a drawing of the diver. "All cried and expressed their condolences by writing messages on a drawing of Lieutenant Commander Saman and observed one minute of silence for him," Jedsada Chokdamrongsuk, permanent secretary at the health ministry, said in the statement on Sunday. "They also thanked him and promised to be good boys." Attention had shifted away from the boys’ recovery in recent days to the team of British divers who discovered the missing football team and then helped lead an international rescue effort. The divers were hailed heroes on their return to Britain, with more details emerging of the mission to extract the boys through murky waters and through narrow underwater passageways. Reflecting on the mission, Jason Mallinson, 50, a father-of-one from Huddersfield, said the death of Mr Kunan was the wake up call to the Thai Navy that illuminated how crucial the British crew’s expertise would be. Chris Jewell, a British diver who travelled to Thailand to help, gave credit to the “brave” children who “showed no signs of panic” Credit:  HENRY NICHOLLS/REUTERS “They realised they were way out of their depth and they had been lucky to get those guys into that last chamber with the boys and we were the only people who could remedy the situation,” he told the Mail on Sunday. Mr Mallinson described how he was called to action by an emergency text message from the British Cave Rescue Council while at work in Scunthorpe and flew out to Thailand to help immediately. Chris Jewell, another British diver who travelled to Thailand with Mr Mallinson to help, gave credit to the “brave” children who “showed no signs of panic” as he gently pushed them under the surface of the water in the cave system and guided them through the dark to safety. He also described how he become lost in the dark underwater for four minutes while carrying a child to safety before finally finding the guideline and surfacing to complete the rescue.  The boys were expected to watch a recording of the World Cup final on Monday morning after doctors ruled out allowing them to stay up late to view the match live on Sunday night. "Given that the final will be broadcast quite late our time, and we want the boys to rest and not to be looking at screens too much, we will probably record the final and show it to them later," said the official the Chiang Rai Prachanukroh Hospital. The world football governing body FIFA had invited the boys and their coach to attend the final in Moscow but they can not go for medical reasons. Last week, Manchester United invited the "Wild Boars" to watch a match at their Old Trafford ground. About 4,000 volunteers were on Sunday taking part in a clean-up of the area around the Tham Luang cave. A park area around the mouth got trampled by the hundreds of rescuers, and media workers, who flocked to help with the mission and to report on it.


California Democratic Party Snubs Dianne Feinstein

California Democratic Party Snubs Dianne Feinstein In a stunning rebuke, the California Democratic Party declined to endorse Sen.


Firefighter dies battling blaze near Yosemite

Firefighter dies battling blaze near Yosemite Cal Fire's Nancy Koerperich says a firefighter was killed on Saturday while battling a wildfire burning near Yosemite National Park. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


Rebels and families begin evacuating cradle of Syria uprising after surrender deal

Rebels and families begin evacuating cradle of Syria uprising after surrender deal Hundreds of Syrian rebels and their relatives began evacuating the southern city of Daraa on Sunday under a deal to bring the "cradle" of the country's uprising back under government control. The highly symbolic transfers came as Russian-backed government forces advanced in the neighbouring province of Quneitra, with air strikes pounding rebel positions perilously close to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. After securing Damascus in May, President Bashar al-Assad turned his attention to rebels in the strategically vital south, where protests against his rule first erupted seven years ago. Nearly three weeks of bombardment saw beleaguered rebels agree with Russia earlier this month to hand over Daraa province, before reaching a similar deal for its capital this week. The regime fully regaining its rule over Daraa city will be a hugely symbolic blow to the opposition. People in their vehicles who fled from Daraa in late June gathering near the Syria-Jordan border Credit: Nabaa Media In 2011, teenagers were arrested for scrawling anti-Assad slogans on the walls of a school in the city, sparking mass protests against the government. A brutal crackdown saw the movement develop into a full-fledged conflict that has since killed more than 350,000 people and displaced half the country's pre-war population. Assad has regained much of the territory he initially lost to opposition groups, now comfortably holding more than 60 percent of Syria. In the south, he holds 80 of Daraa province but parts of its western countryside and most of the adjacent province of Quneitra still escape his control. On Sunday, regime forces battered Quneitra province with hundreds of missiles and seized the town of Masshara, according to the Observatory. The clashes had left 18 regime forces and 13 rebels and allied jihadists dead, the monitor said. Four air strikes also hit an opposition position in Quneitra that lies within four kilometres (less than three miles) from the sensitive buffer zone with the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights. Golan Heights - locator map The Observatory said they were the first strikes in the area in over a year, when Russia, the US, and Jordan agreed a ceasefire deal for parts of the south. Around 160,000 people who were displaced by the regime's offensive on Daraa are still trapped in Quneitra, near the border with the Golan. Israel has been on high alert in recent weeks amid the spike in hostilities in the south. The Israeli army said on Friday it had fired a missile and "very probably" destroyed a drone flying over the demilitarised zone between Israel and Syria, after intercepting another drone on Wednesday.


Hungary's Orban denounces EU sanctions on Moscow

Hungary's Orban denounces EU sanctions on Moscow Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Sunday denounced European Union sanctions imposed on Russia, during a visit to President Vladimir Putin in Moscow ahead of the Moscow World Cup final. Hungary has unusually warm ties with Russia for an EU member state, and Orban and Putin visit each other regularly.


Cuba to recognise private property and free market for first time under new constitution

Cuba to recognise private property and free market for first time under new constitution Cuba is set to officially recognise the free market and private property for the first time under sweeping reforms to its constitution intended to boost the island’s economy. Property sales were banned after Fidel Castro came to power in 1959, but are now allowed following a law change in 2011. The new reforms also include the introduction of the presumption of innocence in the island’s justice system and the creation of the position of prime minister, alongside the existing president.


Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her To ‘Sue The EU’

Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her To ‘Sue The EU’ President Donald Trump said last week that he'd offered "tough" Brexit advice


Gaza police say blast kills two, cause being investigated

Gaza police say blast kills two, cause being investigated Police in Gaza said they are investigating the cause of a blast which killed a man and his son in the enclave on Sunday. The explosion came hours after a ceasefire ended a fierce flare-up in fighting between Israel and Gaza militants, but police did not suggest Israel was responsible. "An explosion took place this morning in a house west of Gaza City," police spokesman Ayman al-Batnijiy said.


Porsche 911 Speedster Brings Its Retrolicious Body To Goodwood

Porsche 911 Speedster Brings Its Retrolicious Body To Goodwood Hopefully, Porsche will follow up with a production car.


Warner: ‘I would feel a lot better’ if Trump wasn’t alone meeting Putin

Warner: ‘I would feel a lot better’ if Trump wasn’t alone meeting Putin On Meet the Press, Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), Vice Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, says that Russian President Vladimir Putin “does his homework” and that Warner would prefer if President Trump was joined by Ambassador Huntsman.


Silicon Valley eyes Africa as new tech frontier

Silicon Valley eyes Africa as new tech frontier In May, both Google and Facebook launched initiatives nearby. This week, Nigeria's Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo was in California to court US tech investors for what he said could herald a "fourth industrial revolution" back home. Last month, Google said it would open Africa's first artificial intelligence lab in Ghana's capital, Accra.


Mueller indictment sheds new light on Russia timeline

Mueller indictment sheds new light on Russia timeline The Special Counsel investigation released new information about Russian interference in the 2016 campaign with the indictment of 12 Russian nationals.


Full Huntsman: ‘You don’t know what’s going to come out of’ Trump-Putin meeting

Full Huntsman: ‘You don’t know what’s going to come out of’ Trump-Putin meeting Jon Huntsman, U.S. Ambassador to Russia, tells Chuck Todd that the meeting between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin isn’t a summit, but an “opportunity for senior leaders” to get together.


Massive Rogue Iceberg Threatens Greenland Community

Massive Rogue Iceberg Threatens Greenland Community A monumentally huge iceberg is floating dangerously close to a Greenland


Obama to lead celebrations 100 years after Mandela's birth

Obama to lead celebrations 100 years after Mandela's birth South Africa celebrates the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's birth this week with a flagship speech by former US president Barack Obama and an outpouring of memories and tributes to the late anti-apartheid leader. Obama will set the tone for the celebrations with a speech in Johannesburg on July 17 that aides say will be his most important public address since leaving the White House in 2017. "It gives him an opportunity to lift up a message of tolerance, inclusivity and democracy at a time when there are obviously challenges to Mandela's legacy around the world," his aide Benjamin Rhodes told the New York Times.


U.S. Airman Describes ‘Once in a Lifetime’ Rescue Of Thai Soccer Team From Cave

U.S. Airman Describes ‘Once in a Lifetime’ Rescue Of Thai Soccer Team From Cave “We were extremely fortunate that the outcome was the way it was.”


Thai Cave Rescue Poses a Spiritual Danger, According to Mythology

Thai Cave Rescue Poses a Spiritual Danger, According to Mythology You don't want to mess with the spirit lords.


Thai Cave Rescuer Explains Why Elon Musk's Rescue Idea Wouldn't Have Worked

Thai Cave Rescuer Explains Why Elon Musk's Rescue Idea Wouldn't Have Worked Billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk inserted himself into the dramatic