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The Travelers Companies, Inc . was upgraded to "outperform" by analysts at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods. Among 16 analysts covering Travelers (NYSE: TRV ), 6 have Buy rating, 3 Sell and 7 Hold. The stock was sold at an average price of $127.77, for a total transaction of $705,034.86. Also, EVP Andy F. Bessette sold 3,300 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, August 1st.
  • Clinton campaign, DNC helped fund dossier research

    Clinton campaign, DNC helped fund dossier research

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    The Post report indicates that's when Mr. Elias got involved. Fusion GPS is then said to have employed Mr Steele, a former MI6 officer, who produced the dossier. Fusion GPS filed an injunction October 20 against the House subpoena. A third Fusion GPS partner, Glenn Simpson, is supposed to testify to the House Committee in November, but when he appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee some weeks ago, he too refused to provide any dossier information.
  • Park Service floats increase in entrance fees at 17 sites

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    This would mean that, during the busiest five months of the year, it would cost $70 per vehicle to get into the park, $50 for a motorcycle and $30 per person. "For many people, this shuts off access at a time when we want to get people outdoors, and get people who haven't been coming to the parks to come". The new fees, if put in place, would affect popular parks across the country, from Acadia National Park in ME to Denali National Park in Alaska.
  • Kathy Griffin's EPIC Burn of Former Friend Anderson Cooper

    Kathy Griffin's EPIC Burn of Former Friend Anderson Cooper

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    She holds nothing back, mind you. "Dear @LisaBloom pls stop calling me". When Kevin Frazier of "Entertainment Tonight" asked her whether she had spoken to Anderson Cooper , her longtime friend, co-host, and comic foil on CNN's New Year's Eve show, she shook her head, cried, and managed to blurt how deeply he had hurt her by tweeting: "For the record, I am appalled by the photo shoot Kathy Griffin took part in.
  • Illinois Democrats, GOP Gov. Rauner spar again over vetoes

    Illinois Democrats, GOP Gov. Rauner spar again over vetoes

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    Gov. Bruce Rauner says action to ban local "right-to-work" zones is "a damaging loss for the economic competitiveness of IL". The Senate voted to override the governor's veto of a bill prohibiting local right to work zones. Governor Rauner issued a statement condemning the vote and urging the House to uphold his veto. So far, no Republicans have come forward to challenge Rauner in the March Primary.
  • Now pay taxes for pets and animals in Punjab

    Now pay taxes for pets and animals in Punjab

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    It said,"News reported in sections of media regarding the imposition of tax upon keeping pets in urban areas is totally baseless", reported ANI. The Government has also decided that it'll be releasing "branding code", a kind of unique identification for the animal.
  • Newtown shooter had pedophilic interest in kids

    Newtown shooter had pedophilic interest in kids

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    The woman, who said she had an "online relationship" with Lanza for more than two years before the school shooting, said Lanza did acknowledge that adult-child sexual relationships could be "unhealthy", and he did not express any personal sexual interest in children.
  • Labour investigates MP Jared O'Mara

    Labour investigates MP Jared O'Mara

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    In a statement , O'Mara - who unseated former Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg in June's election - said he was "deeply ashamed" of his behaviour. After the comments appeared on the Guido Fawkes website , Mr O'Mara issued a statement apologising for the remarks which he said were offensive and unacceptable.
  • Supreme Court dismisses Hawaii's challenge to Trump travel ban

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    Trump has signed an executive order directing relevant government agencies to resume refugee processing. As of the end of 2016, SAOs were required for most adult male nationals of Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mali, North Korea, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, as well as for some Palestinians, according to a State Department document seen by Reuters .
  • Parents fight authorities to name their baby Jihad

    Parents fight authorities to name their baby Jihad

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    Contrary to popular opinion "Jihad" does not necessarily mean " holy war " but may be translated as "struggle" or "effort" from the Arabic language. French law states that any first name may be given as long as it doesn't go against the child's interests in later life.
  • Police Advise Checking Sex Offender Registry Ahead Of Trick-Or-Treating

    Police Advise Checking Sex Offender Registry Ahead Of Trick-Or-Treating

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    Bennett rejected claims that he is "losing people" and pointed out the process for classifying sex offenders is lengthy. Hundreds of teams of TDOC probation parole officers work with local law enforcement to saturate communities across the state, conducting random visits and compliance checks on more than 3,000 sex offenders statewide between October 21 and the morning of November 1, including more than 1,100 visits on the night of Halloween.
  • Russian presidential hopeful says she won't sling mud at Putin

    Russian presidential hopeful says she won't sling mud at Putin

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    Pundits said Sobchak's involvement in the race could help draw young voters to the polls without really challenging Putin's lead. Mr. Putin's leading critic and strongest potential opponent is the anti-corruption campaigner Aleksei A. Ms Sobchak would not say how much she expects the campaign to cost, saying only that she planned to receive funding from anonymous businessmen. In her first press conference since announcing her bid for the presidency, Ksenia Sobchak on Tuesday said Igor ...
  • Police catch armed robber in the act in Largo

    Police catch armed robber in the act in Largo

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    He faces charges of resisting an officer without violence and robbery with a weapon and is being held in lieu of $155,000 bail. According to a press release from the Bristol Police Department, the suspect, who was caught on the store's video surveillance system, threatened the clerk with a knife and demanded money.
  • Dow ends at record after strong Caterpillar, 3M earnings

    Dow ends at record after strong Caterpillar, 3M earnings

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    The Dow is up 3,679.16 points, or 18.6 percent. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Almost 200 companies in the S&P 500 are set to report results this week, making it a crucial stage of the quarterly cycle.
  • Girija Devi, classical singer known as 'Thumri queen', dead at 88

    Girija Devi, classical singer known as 'Thumri queen', dead at 88

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    Girija Devi was married to Madhusudan Jain, a businessman of Banaras, at the age of 15. This truly marks the end of an era for Indian Classical Music. I pray to almighty that her soul rests in peace and that her music lives on timelessly and eternally! I am deeply shocked to hear the news. I pay my respects to her.