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US Stocks Extend Gains As Yuan Tumbles To 12-Month Lows

Equity markets just keep speeding along...

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Outrage Grows As MGM Presses "Reprehensible", "Stunt" Lawsuit Against Shooting Victims

Survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in US history are expressing their outrage with MGM Resorts International after the company sued the surviving victims of the shooting, claiming it has "no liability of any kind" in the Oct. 1 massacre, USA Today reports. An MGM spokeswoman said the company has been "focused on the recovery of those impacted by the shooting" while also claiming that the attack was "unforeseeable."

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Papa John's Shares Soar On Report Ousted Founder Held Merger Talks With Wendy's

Papa John's stock is sharply higher following a WSJ report that its founder and recently ousted chairman John Schnatter, held merger talk with Wendy’s. And while the talks between Wendy’s officials and the disgraced former Chairman and CO - who still sits on the board and owns 29% of Papa John’s - were preliminary and began before he stepped down as chairman last week, the talks, which Papa John’s board was aware of according to the WSJ, have cooled since the incident, one of the people said.

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White House Denies Trump Said Russia "No Longer Targeting The US"

The White House has denied that President Trump said "Russia is no longer targeting US elections", after video emerged from a Wednesday cabinet meeting in which Trump says "No" after being asked "Is Russia still targeting the US?"

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Watch: Hawaiian 'Lava Bomb' Creates "Chaos", "Terror" As It Smashes Into Sightseeing Boat

We've already reported on just how dangerous so-called "lava bombs" - solid pieces of debris that are ejected from active volcanoes - can be as the ongoing eruption of Hawaii's Mt. Kilauea has threatened the lives of nearby residents, forcing them to flee. One man even suffered a broken leg after being struck by a seemingly small (but powerful) piece of debris. The latest close call unfolded on Monday, when a volcanic explosion sent a basketball-sized "lava bomb" crashing through the canopy of a tourist boat. It exploded, showering passengers with molten rock, according to the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.

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