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Ford GoBike' adding 250 docking e-bikes in Bay Area Ford says steering wheel bolts can loosen over time. Any action carried out on affected vehicles will be free of charge. In total 1.3 million vehicles in the United States are affected, as well as about 62,000 vehicles in Canada and about 14,000 vehicles in Mexico. Dealerships will replace the bolt in question with a revised unit that is longer and has " more robust thread engagement", as Ford puts it.
  • Will analyse bypoll results: UP Deputy CM

    Will analyse bypoll results: UP Deputy CM

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    Ajay Kumar, Congress Legislature Party leader, said, "Despite court order regarding DM in an illegal mining case, the way the Chief Minister allowed him to continue as DM showed the actual intention of the Chief Minister". Congress Deputy Leader in Lok Sabha Jyotiraditya Scindia echoed this sentiment saying, "The message is that people have seen through their jumlas and propaganda and started rejecting the BJP across the length and breadth of the country".
  • Canada Ranked #7 Happiest Country In The World

    Canada Ranked #7 Happiest Country In The World

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    The Nordics norminated the 2018 top-10 which includes Finland , Norway , Denmark , Iceland , Switzerland , Netherlands Canada , New Zealand, Sweden and Australia. "Although immigrants come from countries with very different levels of happiness, their reported life evaluations converge towards those of other residents in their new countries", he said .
  • California high school on lockdown after school shooting threat

    California high school on lockdown after school shooting threat

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    San Leandro Unified School District Superintendent Mike McLaughlin says the school will be closed Thursday as a precaution, "unless we notify you otherwise". He said the postings were the product of rumors spreading through the student body. No weapons were found. Police say everyone was safe, and students were dismissed at their scheduled time.
  • US refining industry group chief says Trump should rethink tariffs

    US refining industry group chief says Trump should rethink tariffs

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    Recent weeks have seen him follow through on those promises, with Trump announcing in early March a 25 per cent tariff on U.S. steel imports, but with exemptions for Canada and Mexico . South Korea had actually requested that the U.S. exempt it from the new steel tariff, in consideration of the ongoing negotiations to revise the Korea-U.S.
  • Justin Trudeau visiting Hamilton to support steel workers

    Justin Trudeau visiting Hamilton to support steel workers

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    Trump and his trade officials have signalled in the past they are looking for more access to Canada's dairy market within a renegotiated NAFTA deal. NAFTA is an agreement which came into force from January 1994 by Canada, Mexico and United States creating a trilateral trade bloc in North America.
  • Fox News Sued by Slain DNC Worker's Parents Over Retracted Story

    Fox News Sued by Slain DNC Worker's Parents Over Retracted Story

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    However, in the absence of definitive answers, conspiracy theories have proliferated online claiming-without evidence-that Rich was murdered under more suspicious circumstances. The lawsuit claims that Joel and Mary are experiencing symptoms consistent with post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive behavior, and Mary is experiencing symptoms consistent with Social Anxiety Disorder.
  • CBS says work needed on Stormy Daniels interview before airing

    CBS says work needed on Stormy Daniels interview before airing

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    Though she and her lawyer gave Cohen and Trump a Tuesday deadline to respond, they never responded. A witness of the signing told The Blast that her claims are simply "asinine". In the event that Clifford does speak publicly - on CBS or elsewhere - Cohen or Trump might act quickly in an attempt to enforce the damages provision in private arbitration.
  • Blocking IPP signing a 'delay tactic' nothing more - Yelland

    Blocking IPP signing a 'delay tactic' nothing more - Yelland

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    After a delay of about two years, newly appointed energy minister Jeff Radebe last week announced that government and Eskom will sign 27 of the agreements pertaining to bid rounds 3.5 and 4 of the department of energy's acclaimed Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme on Tuesday morning.
  • Britain First Facebook page banned by tech giant

    Britain First Facebook page banned by tech giant

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    Facebook said both had recently been given " a written final warning " but "they have continued to post content that violates our community standards ". The move from Facebook comes after the far-right group were also suspended from Twitter in December 2017 . London Mayor Sadiq Khan described Britain First on Twitter on Wednesday as a "vile and hate-fuelled group whose sole objective is to sow division".
  • Life at FC Barcelona has become bit of a hell: Andre Gomes

    Life at FC Barcelona has become bit of a hell: Andre Gomes

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    Home fans again jeered Gomes during the win over Atletico Madrid at Camp Nou on March 4 and the Portugal global said there have been times when he has not wanted to leave the house after a poor performance. Gomes said the loss of confidence also affected his training sessions. "This is not something I have not come across before in my career, as a player or a coach".
  • Hoops, he did it again: Westbrook reaches 100 triple-doubles

    Hoops, he did it again: Westbrook reaches 100 triple-doubles

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    En route to winning the league MVP award last season, Westbrook set a record with 42 triple-doubles, topping Robertson's 55-year-old mark, while also becoming the first player to average a triple-double since Robertson in 1962. "One pro to the remaining schedule, however, is the fact that the Thunder, by virtue of having played a league-leading 70 games through March 14, will enjoy a schedule that's a bit more spread out than many of their competitors".
  • Six killed in Raiwind explosion claimed by Tehreek-e-Taliban

    Six killed in Raiwind explosion claimed by Tehreek-e-Taliban

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    Police confirmed the nature of the blast and declared it a suicide attack asserting that a terrorist approached the check post using a motorcycle. "The police appear to be the target", he said, reports Express News. At least 45 people were injured in an explosion in a fruit truck stationed in a parking lot on Band Road in August past year. Ashraf said numerous wounded were police and three were hospitalized in critical condition.
  • Erdogan threatens Kurds: Afrin will be occupied by nightfall

    Erdogan threatens Kurds: Afrin will be occupied by nightfall

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    Various forms of forcible transfer of populations, especially of ethnic or religious groups, are considered war crimes by the International Criminal Court. In Washington, the Pentagon said Russian Federation should focus on stopping Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from targeting innocent civilians. The conflict has torn the country apart.
  • Chinese reporter's eye-roll takes internet by storm

    Chinese reporter's eye-roll takes internet by storm

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    Journalists were expected to ask concise questions, but the reporter, named Zhang Huijun , posed hers in a drawn out, loquacious manner, earning a dramatic eyeroll and disdainful look from the reporter next to her. Her Weibo page has been taken down and search results for her name have also been censored. "The transformation of the responsibility of supervision for state assets is a topic that everyone is concerned about".
  • HUD gets caught in lie about Ben Carson's $31000 dining set

    HUD gets caught in lie about Ben Carson's $31000 dining set

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    An August email obtained by the liberal watchdog group American Oversight shows a HUD staff member making reference to "the furniture the Secretary and Mrs. It's not clear whether anyone attempted to fix Carson's office furniture. The quote for the furniture picked out by Carson and his wife totaled $24,666, according to the emails .