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Drone sighting disrupts major US airport

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Newark International Airport handles around 20 million passengers a year                  Flights were grounded at Newark International Airport in the US state of New Jersey after two drones were spotted flying nearby. A pilot duty air traffic control that one of the drones came within 30ft (9m) of his aircraft. 19659007] He was flying at …

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Department of Labor: Oracle-shortened women, minorities with $ 400 million

Women and minority workers of Oracle employees lost at least $ 401 million in salaries from 2013 to 2016 due to what the US Department of Labor described as systematic technology discrimination. The company's software company intentionally shows "extreme preference" to employ Asian workers with visas, as it also allows them to underpay them, the work department is charged in …

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Nest Security Camera Rack causes panic for the Orinda family

ORINDA, Calif. (KGO) – A home security camera jack caused pure panic for a family in Orinda. That fear then became angry when they discovered what the security camera company knew all the time. Laura Lyons recalled the horror of the ABC7 News media partner, the East Bay Times, "It came out as acoustic sounds of a yellow warning and …

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American airlines are pushing army helicopter pilots to ease shortages

CHICAGO (Reuters) – American Army Pilot Shaun Perez spent ten hours flying an Apache helicopter over Afghanistan and giving gun protection to the special forces on the ground as they hunt for highs, weapons and weapons. Military helicopter pilot Henery Jacobs uses a flight simulator at Coast Flight Training in San Diego, California, USA January 15, 2019. Image taken January …

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Asian shares pause amid concerns over growth and trade By Reuters

© Reuters. Man looks at a stock quotation board outside a brokerage in Tokyo By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dipped 0.15 percent, stalling after climbing to a seven-week high on Monday Australian stocks lost 0.25 percent and Japan's shed 0.1 percent. On Wall Street, …

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National Grid President Collapses During Press Conference

Rhode Island National Grid President Tim Horan collapsed Tuesday evening during Governor Gina Raimondo's press conference to update the public on the gas outage situation in Newport. Horan was transported to Rhode Island Hospital and was later released. "Happy to report that Tim Horan is doing well and will be released from the hospital shortly," tweeted Ted Kresse, Director of …

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Green growth makes hostile bid for the Aphria official

US-based cannabis producer Green Growth Brands Inc. made a formal offer to shareholders Aphria Inc. to acquire the company Tuesday, almost four weeks after the Ohio company originally announced plans for the bid. Green growth GGBXF, + 6.94% offered Aphria APHA, + 5.99% APHA, -4.94% shareholders 1.5714 shares of the Green Growth share for each outstanding Aphria share. The share …

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Detroit Metropolitan Airport closed due to ice and snow

Share This Story! Detroit Metropolitan Airport closed due to winter weather The Federal Aviation Administration said the airport closed on Tuesday at 8 pm. due to ice and snow. Post to Facebook Posted! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! your Facebook feed. Detroit Free Press staff Published 9:41 p.m. ET Jan. 22, 2019 | Updated …

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No, Nest Cams are not hacked to issue false nuclear threats

The horror may have been right. The hack? Not so much. But the fact that a family spent five minutes fearing that North Korea launched intercontinental ballistic missiles in the United States is definitely a teachable moment for the rest of us. "Five Minute Clean Terror" Mercury News [19659004] has the story of Laura Lyons, a mother in Orinda, California, …

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Reports by drone lead to short stops, delays at Newark Airport

NEWARK, New Jersey (WABC) – A brief grounding was ordered at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey on Tuesday night due to drone activity. According to the FAA, there were two reports of a drone looking about 3500 meters above the Teterboro Airport in Bergen County, leading to a police helicopter search around the airport. All arrivals to Newark …

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