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"mueller" - Google News: Comparing Mueller Water Products, Inc. (MWA) and Washington Real Estate Investment Trust (WRE) - E Globalist

Comparing Mueller Water Products, Inc. (MWA) and Washington Real Estate Investment Trust (WRE)  E Globalist
Mueller Water Products, Inc. (NYSE:MWA) shares are up more than 20.66% this year and recently increased 2.71% or $0.29 to settle at $10.98. Washington ...


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"fbi" - Google News: GM, Union Officials Prepare For Contract Talks Amid Plant Closings And FBI Probes - WKNO FM

GM, Union Officials Prepare For Contract Talks Amid Plant Closings And FBI Probes  WKNO FM
General Motors workers made big concessions to help pull the automaker out of its 2009 bankruptcy. Now, the company is making record profits. But, the.




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"fbi" - Google News: GM, Union Officials Prepare For Contract Talks Amid Plant Closings And FBI Probes - New England Public Radio

GM, Union Officials Prepare For Contract Talks Amid Plant Closings And FBI Probes  New England Public Radio
General Motors workers made big concessions to help pull the automaker out of its 2009 bankruptcy. Now, the company is making record profits. But, the.




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"fbi" - Google News: The FBI is investigating Mithril Capital, started by Peter Thiel, for financial misconduct - Vox.com

The FBI is investigating Mithril Capital, started by Peter Thiel, for financial misconduct  Vox.com
Mithril Capital raised over $1 billion on the name of Thiel, one of Silicon Valley's biggest celebrities. Now federal investigators are looking under the hood.


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"fbi aclu report" - Google News: Netanyahu: Israel did not plant listening devices near the White House - Hot Air

Netanyahu: Israel did not plant listening devices near the White House  Hot Air
Did Israel plant “stingrays” around the Beltway to intercept cell-phone transmissions by Donald Trump and his inner circle? That's the claim made by a “former ...


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Yes, you can add JSON structured data to the body of your pages  Search Engine Land
JSON structured data can be inserted in the head as well as the body of your pages, Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller explained on the September 11 ...


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"mueller" - Google News: Masterbatches Market 2019 Analysis and Advancements Outlook – Tosaf, Plastika Kritis SA, RTP Company, Polyplast Mueller GmbH - SocioHerald

Masterbatches Market 2019 Analysis and Advancements Outlook – Tosaf, Plastika Kritis SA, RTP Company, Polyplast Mueller GmbH  SocioHerald
The report presents an in-depth assessment of the Masterbatches including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, ...




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"Christopher Wray" - Google News: Arrests in 10 countries over money-transfer scams - BBC News

Arrests in 10 countries over money-transfer scams  BBC News
Police in 10 countries have arrested 281 people they suspect of carrying out large-scale money-transfer scams. The FBI co-ordinated the raids over several ...


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"fbi" - Google News: $7500 reward being offered by the FBI for information in 2017 Danville murder - Chatham Star-Tribune

$7500 reward being offered by the FBI for information in 2017 Danville murder  Chatham Star-Tribune
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $7500 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person(s) responsible for the armed robbery and homicide ...


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"fbi" - Google News: The FBI is reportedly 'confident' Israeli agents planted surveillance devices near the White House - The Week Magazine

The FBI is reportedly 'confident' Israeli agents planted surveillance devices near the White House  The Week Magazine
The United States government believes Israeli agents planted surveillance devices near the White House and elsewhere in Washington, D.C., Politico reported ...


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"fbi" - Google News: The FBI is reportedly 'confident' Israeli agents planted surveillance devices near the White House - The Week

The FBI is reportedly 'confident' Israeli agents planted surveillance devices near the White House  The Week
The United States government believes Israeli agents planted surveillance devices near the White House and elsewhere in Washington, D.C., Politico reported ...


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"mueller" - Google News: House Judiciary Committee to conduct first impeachment-related vote - WZTV

House Judiciary Committee to conduct first impeachment-related vote  WZTV
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Judiciary Committee is preparing for its first impeachment-related vote, set to define procedures for upcoming hearings on ...




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"fbi" - Google News: FBI Gang Task Force offering $7500 for information on Danville man's murder - WSET

FBI Gang Task Force offering $7500 for information on Danville man's murder  WSET
DANVILLE, Va. (WSET) -- The FBI Richmond Division's South Piedmont Violent Gang Task Force is offering a $7500 reward for information leading to the arrest ...




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"mueller" - Google News: Tom Mueller on Crisis of Conscience Whistleblowing In an Age of Fraud - Corporate Crime Reporter

Tom Mueller on Crisis of Conscience Whistleblowing In an Age of Fraud  Corporate Crime Reporter
Tom Mueller has written a book on whistleblowing called – Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing In An Age of Fraud (Riverhead Books, 2019). It's about right ...




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"fbi" - Google News: Nassar Sexual Abuse Victim Wants IMPD, FBI Investigated - 93.1 WIBC Indianapolis

Nassar Sexual Abuse Victim Wants IMPD, FBI Investigated  93.1 WIBC Indianapolis
Rachel Denhollander was the first victim to go public with accusations of sexual abuse by Nassar in 2016. Kurt Darling. Sep. 12, 2019. Share. Facebook · Twitter ...




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Waist support Market Seeking Excellent Growth | LP, McDavid, FUTURO, AQ, Mueller & Jiahe  NewsStoner
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Boston Herald: Stock-picking fund managers are clawing back. Can it last?

NEW YORK — Mutual fund managers are making the most of the shaky stock market, which has provided them an opportunity to prove themselves and lure back investors who dumped them in recent years.
Nearly half of all actively managed U.S. stock funds turned in better returns than their average index-fund peer for the 12 months through June, according to fund tracker Morningstar. Their success rate of 48% may not sound very impressive, but it’s much better than the 37% of a year earlier.
That supports the contention that stock-picking fund managers do their best work when markets are shaky because they’re free to avoid risky stocks dragging down the S&P 500 and other broad indexes. Index funds, on the other hand, mimic those indexes’ falls. These extra returns above index funds — what the industry calls “alpha” — are what managers hope will keep investors from panicking and selling their stock funds when prices fall.
“The unfortunate reality is that active managers tend to add alpha when the market is heading lower,” said Steven DeSanctis, equity strategist at Jefferies. And the market has been heading lower more often in the last year, often to only quickly jerk higher again, as investor fears about a possible recession wax and wane. The S&P 500 tumbled nearly 20% in late 2018, only to start 2019 with its best opening quarter in decades.
Some of the strongest gains in relative performance recently have come from managers of funds that focus on smaller and mid-sized stocks. They likely benefited by steering away from the smallest stocks, which have struggled much more than big stocks over the last year.
But experts caution that short-term performance figures can be erratic, and last year’s pickup in performance wasn’t enough to shift the long-term trend, which still shows most stock-picking managers failing to keep up with index funds.
“Over longer periods of time, active managers have had a hard time surviving,” said Ben Johnson, global director of passive strategies research at Morningstar. “The ones that die off tend to be funds that are not performing very well. But even among the remaining ones, what you see is many still fail to produce an outcome that investors might have gotten if they had just picked an average passive fund.”
Consider funds that invest in a mix of large-cap stocks, which are among the most popular investments and often benchmark themselves against the S&P 500. Just 8% of such actively managed funds beat their index-fund peers over the last decade.
The penalty for picking the wrong active fund is also often bigger than the potential reward. Over the last decade, more actively managed U.S. large-cap blend funds did at least 4 percentage points worse annually versus an index fund than did 1 percentage point or better.
Investors have paid close attention to such numbers. They’ve pulled hundreds of billions of dollars annually out of actively managed U.S. stock funds and plugged roughly the same amount into funds that simply and cheaply track the S&P 500 and other indexes.
Some areas of the market seem more conducive to active management than others. Among high-yield bond funds, for example, the majority of active managers have done better than index funds over the last decade. The same goes for funds that own a mix of small- and mid-cap foreign stocks.
Regardless, the best approach seems to be looking for funds with low expenses. While their rates of success may not always be better than a coin flip, they are nevertheless much higher than for more expensive funds.
“Pick your spots and focus on costs,” Morningstar’s Johnson suggested. “In fixed income and foreign stocks, you’re more likely to find a winner, especially if you focus on cheaper funds, and the shortcomings of picking a loser are less dramatic.”




Boston Herald
Boston Herald: Facebook expands new tool aiming to shrink ‘news deserts’

SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook is trying to coax “news deserts” into bloom with the second major expansion of a tool that exposes people to more local news and information. But the social network confesses that it still has a lot to learn.
The social media giant said Thursday it is expanding its “Today In” service to 6,000 cities and towns across the U.S., up from 400 in its previous iteration . Launched in early 2018, the service lets Facebook users opt into local news and information from local organizations. Such news can include missing-person alerts, local election results, road closures and crime reports.
The tool lives within the Facebook app; turning it on adds local updates to a user’s regular news feed. In areas with scant local news, Facebook will add relevant articles from surrounding areas.
The service won’t automatically turn on for people even in the areas it serves, which could limit its reach. So far, Facebook says, 1.6 million people have activated Today In. They receive news from some 1,200 publishers every week.
The service aggregates posts from the official Facebook pages for news organizations, government agencies and community groups like dog shelters. It uses software filters to weed out objectionable content.
Facebook employs no human editors for Today In, so tweaking its algorithm to find such good local stories has been a complicated process. Does a road closure matter if it’s 100 miles away? How about a murder?
Some 1,800 newspapers have closed in the United States over the last 15 years, according to research out of the University of North Carolina . Newsroom employment has declined by 45% as the industry struggles with a broken business model partly caused by the success of companies on the internet, including Facebook.
“There is no silver bullet,” said Campbell Brown, head of global news partnerships at Facebook, in an interview. “We really want to help publishers address challenges in local markets.”
Brown, a former news anchor and host at NBC and CNN, said local reporting remains the “most important” form of journalism today. She said Facebook has a “responsibility” to support journalism, while also noting that the media industry has been in decline “for a very long time.”
Local news is just one part of the Today In feature, which also includes posts from local groups along with events and community announcements from schools and governments. A news section within the section shows stories from local newspapers, blogs and TV stations. Facebook isn’t paying licensing fees or sharing ad revenue with these outlets, but says the tool is driving new readers to local news outlets.
Already, Facebook says it’s learned from publishers’ input about what doesn’t work. For instance, it now only allows posts from publishers registered with its “News page index,” which means they meet guidelines such as a focus on current events and information, citing sources and including dates and don’t have a record of publishing false news and misinformation. This means that obituaries from funeral homes, or real estate posts — both of which previously showed up under “news” — are no longer eligible.
The company says publishers featured in Today In see a significant increase “referral traffic” to their websites from Facebook, more so than when people see the same stories in their regular news feed, based on data from its test partners.
“(With the) news feed, people scroll through passively,” said Jimmy O’Keefe, a product marketing manager at Facebook. “We see that people engage with articles more than they would in news feed.”
Outside researchers studying local news data provided by Facebook found that about half of the news stories in the Today In feature met what they called a “critical information need” in the communities it served. This could be helpful for news publishers in determining coverage priorities and for Facebook as it tweaks how it presents news to its users.
Facebook has also learned that local news doesn’t work like national news. Political stories, for instance, don’t generate a lot of local interest.
When researchers looked at the types of news stories Facebook showed and how users interacted with them, finding that Facebook users interacted the most with stories serving a critical need — such as information on emergencies, transportation and health. While there were more “non-critical” stories available, on sports, for instance, people didn’t interact with those to the same degree. The researchers —Matthew Weber at the University of Minnesota and Peter Andriga and Philip Napoli at Duke University —received no funding from Facebook.
The expansion to 6,000 cities still doesn’t include large metro areas such as New York City, Los Angeles or San Francisco, where the abundance of news and population density makes it more difficult to provide relevant local information. A big local story in Brooklyn, for instance, might be irrelevant on Staten Island just a few miles away.




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"fbi" - Google News: Students field questions to FBI representatives - The Bengal - ISU Bengal Online

Students field questions to FBI representatives - The Bengal  ISU Bengal Online
Edna Grant. Staff Writter. Over 100 Idaho State University students filled the Little Wood River room last Thursday afternoon to hear a special presentation from ...




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Boston Herald: Jolting discovery: Powerful new electric eel found

WASHINGTON (AP) — Researchers report two newly discovered species of electric eels in South America, one of which can deliver a bigger jolt than any other known animal.
The researchers collected 107 eels in four countries and found differences in their DNA, along with minor physical variations.
One species had the ability to generate 860 volts of electricity, more than the 650 volts discharged by the only previously identified type of electric eel.
While 250 species of fish in South America generate electricity, only electric eels use it to stun prey and for self-protection.
Study leader C. David de Santana of Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History says the discovery illustrates the importance of protecting and studying the Amazon rainforest area.
The study was published this week in the journal Nature Communications.




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Boston Herald: Police in Florida arrest suspect in death of Weymouth mother

The man police say is responsible for the death of a mother in Weymouth two years ago was arrested in Florida Wednesday and is awaiting return to Massachusetts for trial.
Cornel Bell, 48, was apprehended by U.S. Marshals and Florida police officers after they chased him from a construction site north of Miami, according to Massachusetts State Police.
“The Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section has been working closely with the United States Marshal Service, identifying and following any trace of his whereabouts. Today that paid off,” Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey said in a statement.
Bell was indicted in October 2017 on a charge that he killed his estranged girlfriend Michelle Clarke, 33, in her apartment, according to Morrissey’s office.
DA spokesman David Traub said Clarke was found dead inside her Lake Street home in the early morning of Aug. 19, 2017, after officers received a call from a friend who was concerned about her well-being. He said investigators found evidence of “sharp injury and trauma.”
“We released the model and registration of a dark blue pickup truck he was believed to be driving, and that vehicle was eventually located abandoned in the Miami area,” Morrissey said in a statement. “Florida has been a focus of our investigation and search, but has it has included other areas as well.”
As the investigation unfolded, authorities discovered that Bell — believed to be from Jamaica — had previously used several names, dates of birth and social security numbers in past encounters with law enforcement and had fraudulently obtained numerous driver’s licenses with different aliases.
Investigators also determined that Bell was the subject of three other warrants under an alias for assault, robbery, and firearms offenses.
For the past two years, he has been on MSP’s most wanted list.
Morrissey said the homicide prosecution has been assigned to Norfolk Assistant District Attorney Carolyn Hely.
Hely and State police are working with Florida officials to arrange Bell’s return to Massachusetts for arraignment in Norfolk Superior Court, the timing of which has yet to be determined.




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Comey Is Criticized Over Handling of Memos About Trump
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The word haunting the austere courtroom was torture. Torture not only tormented the perpetrators; it has delayed justice for the families of 9/11 victims.


Rod Rosenstein plotted Trump coup, Judicial Watch says - Washington Times

Rod Rosenstein plotted Trump coup, Judicial Watch says  Washington Times
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For very different reasons, the Homeland Security Department under both the Obama and Trump administrations has struggled to elevate concerns about white nationalism and extremism.
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Brazil says it “stands ready to cooperate” with the F.B.I. seeks to interrogate an Egyptian man linked to planning attacks against the United States.
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No one was hurt after shots were fired at two buildings housing ICE operations on Tuesday, the authorities said.
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“I love American people,” said Mohamed Ahmed El Sayed Ahmed Ibrahim, an Egyptian living in Brazil who was named on a most-wanted bulletin.
Egyptian Sought in F.B.I. Qaeda Query Says He Has Nothing to Hide

“I love American people,” said Mohamed Ahmed El Sayed Ahmed Ibrahim, an Egyptian living in Brazil who was named on a most-wanted bulletin.
Man Who Claimed Trump Will Start a ‘Racial War and Crusade’ Is Arrested

The arrest was the latest example in a spate of what the authorities say are violent threats of domestic extremism, which have received renewed attention after mass shootings.
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Mr. Byrne’s resignation came roughly a week after he publicly disclosed that he had a relationship with Maria Butina.
Prosecutors Near Decision on Whether to Indict Andrew McCabe

An indictment of a top former F.B.I. official would be extremely rare, and it would be almost certain to draw praise from President Trump.
Will Trump Succeed in Prosecuting Andrew McCabe?

The Justice Department will soon decide whether to charge the former deputy F.B.I. director.
F.B.I. Raids U.A.W. Chief’s Home as Financial Inquiry Widens

Other searches also appeared related to an investigation that has implicated senior officials from the union and auto-industry executives.
Comey Is Criticized Over Handling of Memos About Trump

The findings came in a second report by the Justice Department inspector general that was highly critical of the former F.B.I. director’s actions.
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The true moment of reckoning is always just around the corner.
Big Tech Companies Meeting With U.S. Officials on 2020 Election Security

Security teams from Facebook, Google, Twitter and Microsoft met with members of the F.B.I., Department of Homeland Security and others on Wednesday. Wednesday, said a person briefed on the event.
Judge Rules Terrorism Watchlist Violates Constitutional Rights

A ruling on Wednesday called into question the constitutionality of a major tool the F.B.I. and the Department of Homeland Security use for screening potential terrorism suspects.
American Airlines Mechanic Arrested on Sabotage Charge After Grounding Flight

The authorities said the employee had disabled navigation equipment because he was upset about an impasse over a union contract.
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His his lawyers are expected to mount an aggressive attack on special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
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