• Searching for the most successful stocks? Check: Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE: MPC)
Searching for the most successful stocks? Check: Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE: MPC)

It has outperformed by 14.75% the S&P500. Kenneth Mario Garschina increased its stake in Marathon Pete Corp ( MPC ) by 66.21% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Kornitzer Capital Incorporated Ks owns 0.18% invested in Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:MPC) for 195,000 shares. Eqis reported 0.17% of its portfolio in M...

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  • Power Outage At Atlanta Airport Causing Delays In DFW
Power Outage At Atlanta Airport Causing Delays In DFW

The utility said there are "many redundant systems in place" to ensure the power supply to the airport and that such outages at the airport "are very rare". The airport is now working with Georgia Power to figure out the cause of the outage, he said. Officials said only that a large portion of the airport had been impacted.

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  • SpaceX spacecraft to link with International Space Station
SpaceX spacecraft to link with International Space Station

SpaceX spent $50 million rebuilding the pad. Today's mission will mark the first time SpaceX has flown from the site since the accident. SpaceX ultimately wants to launch the Falcon Heavy from 39A, too, but the pad needed some modifications first in order to accommodate the larger rocket.

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  • Gas prices continue to decline in Chattanooga
Gas prices continue to decline in Chattanooga

Gas prices have finally dropped below where they were when Hurrican Harvey sent them skyrocketing. And here's some good news for travelers: Gas prices keep falling. Statewide, prices at the pump averaged $2.38 on Sunday, down 3 cents over the week and the lowest since August 30. So far this year, the highest average price in Florida was $2.73 o...

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  • India a leading global power, says new U.S. security policy
India a leading global power, says new U.S. security policy

Nasser Khan Janjua said on Monday that nuclear war in South Asia was a real possibility. But Januja said terrorism emerged in Pakistan only after the country chose to support the United States and the West. "Pakistan is blamed of instigating instability in Afghanistan, but it is pertinent to mention that Pakistan has never supported and never pro...

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  • Power Outage at Atlanta Airport Causes Problems in Mobile
Power Outage at Atlanta Airport Causes Problems in Mobile

She said, "The lights kept flickering, and I was in the bathroom and the lights went off and there were these flashing lights telling us it was an emergency". Some described sitting on a plane on the tarmac for hours. Everything was at a standstill on Sunday about 1 p.m., the same time Williams had arrived.

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  • Malcolm Turnbull unveils new-look Cabinet for 2018
Malcolm Turnbull unveils new-look Cabinet for 2018

It'll all be announced tomorrow, along with Turnbull's other cabinet reshuffles. New Nationals deputy leader Bridget McKenzie will be catapulted from the backbench into Cabinet and has been heavily involved in senate inquiries into agriculture issues in the past.

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  • China's top smartphone makers are in talks with U.S. wireless carriers
China's top smartphone makers are in talks with U.S. wireless carriers

US carriers are cutting subsidies so consumers increasingly pay full price, in some cases more than $1,000, for high-end phones. In another similar report put forward by Bloomberg , it appears that Xiaomi is also following in the footsteps of Huawei.

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  • Antoine Griezmann, French Soccer Star, Under Fire For Controversial Costume
Antoine Griezmann, French Soccer Star, Under Fire For Controversial Costume

Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have also been linked with the player who finished 3rd in the 2016 Ballon d'Or. After Atleti's transfer ban was upheld by Federation Internationale de Football Association, meaning they couldn't buy players until January, Griezmann committed his future to the club out of loyalty, signing a new deal.

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  • What the FCC rollback of 'net neutrality' means to you
What the FCC rollback of 'net neutrality' means to you

It's a corny, condescending list of activities everyone can still do on the internet after the death of net neutrality - such as posting selfies. Once the new recommendations are formally published and take effect in the next few months, they will nearly certainly be challenged in court.

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  • Hackers Successfully Shut Down
Hackers Successfully Shut Down "Critical Infrastructure" in an Unprecedented Attack

Representatives with Schneider Electric could not immediately be reached for comment. It marks the first report of a safety system breach at an industrial plant by hackers, who have in recent years placed increasing attention on breaking into utilities, factories and other types of critical infrastructure, the report noted.

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  • Ryanair strike may still go ahead unless management meet union before Wednesday
Ryanair strike may still go ahead unless management meet union before Wednesday

The low-priced airline's refusal to recognise unions was at the heart of the model that transformed the small Irish regional airline into Europe's largest carrier by passenger numbers. Ryanair had written to pilots' unions offering to begin talks on recognition in a bid to avert strikes at Irish and European bases. Ryanair sent its offer to uni...

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  • Record-breaking travel expected for holidays
Record-breaking travel expected for holidays

The projected travel volume is an increase of 3.1 percent nationally and 3.6 percent in OH, and marks the ninth consecutive year of year-end holiday travel growth. "We are also seeing that the labor market is doing very well, consumers have more money in their pockets and are more confident. they are spending that money and are contributing more to...

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  • GOP unveils final version of tax reform bill
GOP unveils final version of tax reform bill

Plus, we talk about entitlement, reform and whether the Republican Party will be working on infrastructure next. Members of a House-Senate conference committee signed the final version of the legislation Friday, sending it to the two chambers for final passage next week.

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  • Today is Free Shipping Day, here to save last-minute shoppers
Today is Free Shipping Day, here to save last-minute shoppers

You should though not cut it that close. If you are an Amazon Prime member , you have until December 17th to guarantee free Christmas delivery. So what are the best Free Shipping Day deals? Starting at 6 a.m. Deals and guidelines vary from company to company, and free shipping is only guaranteed for items that are now in stock and may exclud...

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  • Following Fed, China Hikes Interbank Rates
Following Fed, China Hikes Interbank Rates

Lee Ju-yeol told reporters. The Fed has increased rates twice in 2017 and is now expected to push through three more hikes next year. Fed officials acknowledged in their latest forecasts that the economy had gained steam in 2017 by raising their economic growth forecasts and lowering the expected unemployment rate for the coming years.

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  • Feds say NY woman laundered bitcoin to aide Islamic State
Feds say NY woman laundered bitcoin to aide Islamic State

A NY woman has been accused of laundering bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and wiring the money to help the so-called Islamic State . Investigators also found she'd previously visited web pages of known ISIS recruiters, financiers and fighters - including one article entitled " Islamic State: Who are the Top Female Jihadis".

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  • FCC Votes To Repeal Net Neutrality, Throwing The Internet's Future Into Question
FCC Votes To Repeal Net Neutrality, Throwing The Internet's Future Into Question

In short, they helped guarantee equality for all voices and prevented censorship. Who benefits by repealing net neutrality? The FCC with its 2015 rules claimed powers that could include regulating rates charged by internet service providers.

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  • Years Ago, Wine Glasses Were Seven Times Smaller Than Today
Years Ago, Wine Glasses Were Seven Times Smaller Than Today

Of course, plenty has changed in 300 years: The way both glasses and wine are made and appreciated is completely different. "Whether this led to the rise in wine consumption in England, we can't say for certain, but a wine glass 300 years ago would only have held about a half of today's small measure".

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  • SC may extend deadline for linking Aadhaar with mobile phone
SC may extend deadline for linking Aadhaar with mobile phone

The cases challenge several aspects of Aadhaar, including the use of data collected under the unique identification programme. The bench, also comprising Justices A K Sikri, A M Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud and Ashok Bhushan, heard arguments in support and against the mandatory linkage of Aadhaar for almost three hours in a packed courtroom and sa...

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