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‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ mobile game launches June 21st

New York (CNN Business) Magic lovers, get ready: The Harry Potter-themed follow up to the hit mobile game Pokémon Go launches worldwide starting Friday. The rollout of “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite” will begin in the United States and the United Kingdom, … Google Alert – breaking news

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Indian magician’s body found after tragic Houdini-style stunt

Indian police have recovered the body of a magician who drowned when a Houdini-like stunt in a river went wrong. Chanchal Lahiri, 42, known by his stage name of Mandrake, went missing on Sunday after a ferry took him towards the broadest part of the … Google Alert – breaking news

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After a 4-year-old took doll from store, video shows Phoenix police pulling gun on parents

An Arizona couple is suing the city of Phoenix and its police department for $ 10 million after a video captured officers drawing their weapons and threatening to shoot the family of four. On May 29, Dravon Ames and his fiance, Iesha Harper, went on a family … Google Alert – breaking news

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USDA research agencies will move to Kansas City region despite opposition

Two scientific agencies in the Department of Agriculture will move from Washington to the greater Kansas City region, USDA announced Thursday, despite strong resistance to the plan. Nearly 550 positions at the Economic Research Service, a statistical … Google Alert – breaking news

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Pilot Killed in Midtown Helicopter Crash Wasn’t Certified to Fly in Bad Weather

The pilot killed Monday when his helicopter slammed into the roof of a New York City skyscraper was not authorized to fly in limited visibility, according to his pilot certification, raising questions about why he took off in fog and steady rain. FAA: PILOT WAS … Google Alert – breaking news

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Sudan Protesters, Devastated but Defiant, Regroup Underground After Crackdown

KHARTOUM, Sudan — The young doctor had been on the run for days, hiding in a quiet corner of the fear-filled Sudanese capital, Khartoum, his wounded head swaddled in bandages. The doctor, Diaa Ali, witnessed the crackdown last Monday when … Google Alert – breaking news

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FedEx Says It’s Ending Express Shipping Service for Amazon

It’s unusual when a major corporation boasts about its decision to cut back on doing business with Amazon. But FedEx’s announcement on Friday that it would not renew its contract to provide express shipping service for Amazon in the United States was a … Google Alert – breaking news

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Walmart CEO: America’s minimum wage is ‘too low’

Bentonville, Ark. (CNN Business) Walmart CEO Doug McMillon thinks the federal minimum wage is “too low.” Now the head of the country’s largest private employer is calling on Congress to raise it beyond $ 7.25 an hour. “The federal minimum wage is … Google Alert – breaking news

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