Sky News
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Wolsely was the leading gainer as the FTSE-100 clawed back all of Monday's losses following a recovery in the mining stocks. Wolseley shares rose by more than 5% while the Footsie itself perked up by two-thirds of 1%. Among other leading blue-chip gainers was Aviva, it rose by nearly two % on reports it may sell its Friends Provident unit
Ars Technica
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Tesla Factory in Fremont, California. (credit: Maurizio Pesce ) A worker at Tesla’s factory in Fremont, California, has sued the company over what he claims are months of racial, sexual, and physical harassment by his co-workers. Tesla did little to stop it, the suit alleges. The lawsuit was filed Monday in Alameda County Superior Court on behalf of Dewitt Lambert, an African-American man who moved from Alabama to California in 2012 specifically to seek work at Tesla. In it, Lambert alleges that shortly after his job began in 2015 on the assembly line, he faced consistent harassment by his younger colleagues. Specifically, Lambert claims that the named co-workers made remarks like "Dont this n****r look just like Samuel Jackson?" and "I bet you my dick is bigger than yours," along with other similar disparaging comments. Read 11 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Proactive Investors USA
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Shares in rig contractor Ocean RIG UDW Inc (NYSE: ORIG) sank almost 70% to stand at $0.22 as the downturn in the oil sector took its toll on the group. It has reportedly filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy protection in a US court. The price of the black stuff has more than halved in the last four years, which has meant big pain for many in the industry. Oil explorers have cut back on rig hires to preserve cash and, or restructure activity, leaving many rigs unused. Despite the oil price now firming, many rigs are still lying idle, while debts need to be paid. Cyprus-based Ocean RIG had $3.25bn of debt as at the end of December and filed for bankruptcy in the US Bankruptcy Court for Southern District of New York on Monday (March 27).
ITV
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You can only vote once per region and you'll need an email address to vote. Voting closes on Monday 3rd April at midday. The ITV Evening News is next with Mary Nightingale. We're back with the latest after the ITV News at 10:30pm. From me and the rest of the London team, bye-bye
Voice Of America
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Inasmuch as we are not paid, we are not going to leave this place," Kiven said. Officials met with teacher representatives late Monday. The teachers refused a request to stop their strike while the government examines the issue. Ministry of Secondary Education human resources director Moussa Djafarou, who spoke during that meeting, said case files have been compiled. Djafarou said the Ministry of Secondary Education has forwarded to the Ministry of Finance more than 11,000 authenticated files from teachers who have to be paid. He said he understands that it may be difficult to raise the money and pay them at once, but stressed that there should be transparency, traceability and rationality in what is done. About 20,000 teachers affected An official at the Ministry of Finance did not respond to a request from VOA for an interview. Cameroon has around 80,000 secondary school and high school teachers.
Derby Telegraph
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Western Daily Press
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Former Yeovil Town defender Steven Caulker has been fined £12,500 and banned from driving for 18 months for failing to provide a breath test. The one-time England international, who now plays for Queen's Park Rangers, was charged with failing to provide a specimen of breath to police after an incident in Windsor earlier this month. The former Tottenham Hotspur youngster's ban, which came following a hearing at Slough Magistrates Court on Monday, comes just a month after he was fined...
Voice Of America
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Opponents of the program argue that tax evaders are essentially rewarded for flouting the law. Last fall, there were large worker protests in Jakarta against tax amnesty, and most of the country’s labor unions have vocally opposed the policy. The International Monetary Fund also expressed doubts about the program. “We were a little skeptical with the implementation of tax amnesty anywhere, but we hope we are wrong in Indonesia," said IMF’s Luis Bereu. On Monday, the Directorate General of Taxation announced it was devotingspecial attention” to pursuing several members of a Forbes list of the richest Indonesians who have not yet registered for tax amnesty. Prastowo suggested another reason why the funds may eventually fall short of their potential — the hardline rallies that gripped Jakarta last November and December, against the city’s Chinese Christian governor.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Indie rock band Palace are on a headline tour of the UK that comes to Nottingham's The Bodega on Monday, April 4 and ends with a show supporting Mumford and Sons. They released their debut album, So Long Forever, last November, a collection of alt-rock anthems about heartbreak, family ructions, death and diving headfirst into relationships they know will destroy them. Bitter is a song about jealousy and what that all consuming feeling can be like, says lyricist Leo Wyndham of...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Police have issued an urgent public appeal for helping in finding a mother and her two children.Officers are concerned for the welfare of 42 year-old Samantha Baldwin, who is from Newark.She was left seen near Nottingham city centre on Monday, March, 27. Officers are also concerned for the welfare of her children, nine-year-old Louis Madge and six-year-old Dylan Madge who are also missing. They also use the surname Taylor.Read more: 'I'd be devastated if my son was killed on the roads' says...
Daily Mail - Football
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Senegal drew 1-1 with Nigeria while Bailly's Ivory Coast downed Russia 2-0 before a bizarre turn of events prematurely ended their clash with Ivory Coast on Monday night.
Daily Mail - USA
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Deadline
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One week into Season 24 of Dancing With The Stars (1.7/6) and already the ABC competition series had a hard elimination last night and a ratings fall as rival The Voice (2.3/8) held steady. Though the most watched show of the night with 10.98 million viewers, DWTS went down 24% among adults 18-49 on Monday from its season premiere of March 20. That's a comparison to the final numbers of last week, which saw a rise of tenth for the show. Fast affiliates to fast affiliates...
Deadline
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One week into Season 24 of Dancing With The Stars (1.7/6) and already the ABC competition series had a hard elimination last night and a ratings fall as rival The Voice (2.3/8) held steady. Though the most watched show of the night with 10.98 million viewers, DWTS went down 24% among adults 18-49 on Monday from its season premiere of March 20. That's a comparison to the final numbers of last week, which saw a rise of tenth for the show. Fast affiliates to fast affiliates...
Ruptly TV
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Deadline
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Disney 's Beauty And The Beast continues to have moviegoers in a swoon as Belle and the gang grossed another $17.1M global yesterday to bring the worldwide cume to $710.5M through Monday. With $10.2M at offshore turnstiles yesterday, the international box office is now $384.6M that will rise to over $400M in short order this week. Domestically, the total through Monday is $325.9M. Beauty And The Beast reached the $700M milestone in 12 days and has been running ahead of...
Washington Free Beacon
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U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley blasted former President Barack Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal on Monday during a question and answer session at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference. "At the U.N., what is the attitude about the enforcement of the Iran Deal and how to hold Iran accountable, most importantly how to hold Iran accountable for the deal and for the threats it's posing?" Dan Senor, a former adviser to President George W. Bush and the moderator for the conference, asked. "It's concerning, and the reason it's concerning is because when the Iran Deal took place, all it did was empower Iran and it empowered Russia," Haley said. "And it emboldened Iran to feel like they could get away with more." "You can put sanctions on a country. To take sanctions away, it's very hard to go back and put sanctions back on, so what we have said is we are going to watch them like a hawk.
Washington Free Beacon
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MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews compared President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka Trump to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's kids on Monday night. "Let me just say, you know, we kid," Matthews said. "I kid about everything, but Uday and Qusay working for Saddam Hussein – you couldnt go to a restaurant and have eye contact with those guys without getting killed. These people are really powerful. Imagine getting into a fight in the office with Jared or Ivanka, they have enormous power, and they’re always gonna be there." Politico reporter Annie Karni responded that this is what worries her about Ivanka and Jared being top officials in the Trump White House. "This is what I worry about for other people in the White House," Karni said. "Ivanka Trump has been described as her father’s eyes and ears on the ground. That’s a little scary if you’re just a regular White House staffer.
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TIME - Top Stories
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Democrats aren't looking to do Republicans any favors, particularly if controversial items like the border wall or Planned Parenthood are included. They believe they have the American people on their side as they stand up to Trump, whose approval rating fell to new lows Monday. Both chambers are also going out for Easter recess in the coming month, meaning there are precious few legislative days to draft, debate, and pass a spending bill. The deadline comes on day 99 of Trump's presidency, and failure to act swiftly could mean Trump doesn't just face a legislative setback in his first 100 days, but also a government shutdown. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes is facing growing calls to step aside following his clandestine meeting on White House grounds last week that sparked a bizarre series of public statements and behind-the-scenes maneuvering.