• Mystery solved: IHOb reveals what name change means
Mystery solved: IHOb reveals what name change means

Though the restaurant may be dropping the "P" from its name, it promised that the pancakes on its menu aren't going anywhere and reassured skeptical followers that the name change was legitimately happening. According to the restaurants website, IHOP traces its roots back to the opening of the first International House of Pancakes restaurant in 195...

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  • Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un prepare for Singapore summit
Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un prepare for Singapore summit

The official was not authorized to speak publicly about internal deliberations and insisted on anonymity. Close US ally Japan has urged Trump to bring up the decades-old issue of its citizens abducted in 1970s and 1980s to train Pyongyang's spies in Japanese language and customs.

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  • Bitcoin tumbles as hackers hit South Korean exchange Coinrail
Bitcoin tumbles as hackers hit South Korean exchange Coinrail

Coinrail has confirmed that it suffered a "cyber intrusion" and while it did not specify the value of the coins stolen, local news outlet Yonhap News estimated it to be $37.28 million based on a loss of about 30 percent of the coins traded on the exchange.

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  • Kim, Trump in countdown to historic summit
Kim, Trump in countdown to historic summit

After months of nuclear taunts, sports diplomacy and a rollercoaster of a will-they-or-won't-they tango, it all comes down to this: President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: "Excitement in the air" ahead of Kim meeting Trump doubles down on criticism of EU, Canada Merkel: EU will retaliate against Trump tariffs MORE will meet face-to-face with ...

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  • ‘Depressing’: Merkel slams Trump’s ‘withdrawal in tweet’ following G7 summit fallout
‘Depressing’: Merkel slams Trump’s ‘withdrawal in tweet’ following G7 summit fallout

Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland: "Canada does not conduct its diplomacy through ad hominem attacks". He then continued on: "And add to that the fact that the USA pays close to the entire cost of NATO-protecting many of these same countries that rip us off on Trade (they pay only a fraction of the cost-and laugh!)".

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  • Tony Awards 2018: How to Watch, Who’s Presenting and More!
Tony Awards 2018: How to Watch, Who’s Presenting and More!

The American Theatre Wing's 72nd Annual Tony Awards will air live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday, June 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS . Worst Bruce Springsteen Concert: Billy Joel opened for Bruce Springsteen , presenting his friend with a special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater.

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  • New Jersey man claims $315 million Powerball jackpot
New Jersey man claims $315 million Powerball jackpot

When asked why it took him so long to come forward, he replied, "Actually, my work". Souami, originally from Africa, moved to the United States in 1996. The jackpot is the third largest in state history. A Vernon man won a $533 million Mega Millions jackpot in March. The bottle of orange juice cost $5 at ShopRite, but Tayeb Souami's wife had fo...

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  • US built world's most powerful supercomputer-Summit
US built world's most powerful supercomputer-Summit

Summit's extraordinary computing power will provide scientists in researching energy, advanced materials, artificial intelligence, astrophysics and medicine in ways that were never possible earlier. In 2019, the bulk of access to the IBM system will go to research teams selected through DOE's Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory ...

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  • Donald Trump withdraws endorsement of G7 joint statement
Donald Trump withdraws endorsement of G7 joint statement

The announcements come as Mr. Trump seeks to make headway on the deep US trade deficit, saying the country has been taken advantage of for too long, and he is fighting back. Kudlow said Kim must not see "American weakness" on the eve of the Tuesday summit. "I did suggest it", Trump said . "We are focused on everything we accomplished here at t...

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  • Tyson Recalls Over 3,000 Lbs. of Frozen Chicken Products
Tyson Recalls Over 3,000 Lbs. of Frozen Chicken Products

These items were shipped nationwide to food services establishments. According to the USDA , the frozen, uncooked and breaded chicken tenderloins were produced on May 17, 2018. The department's Food Safety and Inspection Service said some of the products may be at food service institutions. Any institution that has purchased the products are a...

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  • Lotto Max to give away a record-breaking $112 million tonight
Lotto Max to give away a record-breaking $112 million tonight

A ticket worth $1-million was sold in the Windsor area for Friday night's Lotto Max jackpot. All was not lost for Vancouver Island players, however, particularly those who bought tickets in Ladysmith or Victoria. For each $5 play, Lotto Max players receive three sets of seven numbers ranging from one to forty-nine. A Burnaby ticket bearing the ...

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  • Canada loses 7500 jobs in May but unemployment rate unchanged
Canada loses 7500 jobs in May but unemployment rate unchanged

The rate of employment in the region dropped after four straight months of increases, but only by 0.1 percent to 68.6 percent. However, average hourly wages, a key indicator watched by the Bank of Canada, increased 3.9 per cent compared with a year ago, the monthly reading's largest annual increase since April 2009.

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  • Trump refuses to endorse G-7 communique, threatens Canada with more tariffs
Trump refuses to endorse G-7 communique, threatens Canada with more tariffs

President Trump on Saturday slammed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau , saying he was "very dishonest and weak", and claimed the world leader made "false statements" following the G-7 economic summit. Trudeau again denounced Trump's decision to invoke national security concerns to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel as "insulting" t...

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  • Gavin Patterson to step down as BT chief executive
Gavin Patterson to step down as BT chief executive

BT chairman Jan du Plessis said that while Mr Patterson had the backing of the board, wider support was starting to wane. The broader reaction to our recent results announcement has, though, demonstrated to Gavin and me that there is a need for a change of leadership to deliver this.

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  • Obama to blame for Crimea fallout, some want Russian Federation back in G8
Obama to blame for Crimea fallout, some want Russian Federation back in G8

German Chancellor Angela Merkel , left, and US President Donald Trump speaks after a family photo during the G7 Summit in in La Malbaie , Quebec , Canada, June 8, 2018 . The EU also attends as its own entity. The tension was due to his call to reinstate Russian Federation into the G7 again and trade policy. Trump fired off a pair of tw...

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  • KFC cooking up veggie version of its fried chicken
KFC cooking up veggie version of its fried chicken

Meanwhile, KFC's US team has indicated to Foodbeast that the vegetarian option won't be introduced in the country and there are "no plans related to the U.K.'s test at this time". KFC plans to sell a vegetarian equivalent of its famous chicken. "How sharply has vegetarianism increased in the U.S.?" And late a year ago, McDonald's added its fa...

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  • Trump keeps G7 attendance short at tense summit
Trump keeps G7 attendance short at tense summit

Speaking before his departure from the G7 summit in Quebec on Saturday, Trump also defended the punishing steel and aluminium tariffs he has imposed on his fellow G7 leaders - all of whom are feeling the sting of those newly imposed measures.

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  • Trump calls for Russian Federation to be readmitted to G7
Trump calls for Russian Federation to be readmitted to G7

Trump's counterparts in the G7 have been scrambling this week to try to find some semblance of consensus with Washington on trade and the other key issues that have formed the basis of the 42-year-old organization. Trump planned to leave the summit on Saturday before it discussed climate change and the health of oceans, underlining fractures in ...

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  • Winning $60 million Lotto Max jackpot ticket sold in Quebec
Winning $60 million Lotto Max jackpot ticket sold in Quebec

The odds of winning the draw are one in 28,633,528. A ticket sold in Victoria bearing the numbers 09, 15, 16, 18, 22, 33 and 38 will split $1 million ($500,000 each) with an identical ticket sold in Vancouver. One second prize, worth $202,003.60, was sold in Cambridge. Since its launch in September 2009, Ontario Lotto Max players have won over ...

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  • Cost plunges for capturing carbon dioxide from the air
Cost plunges for capturing carbon dioxide from the air

The study implies that falling costs of solar power could produce hydrogen affordably from electrolysis without producing an excessive increase in CO2. Keith explains it like a relatively straightforward process, but Carbon Engineering have been working on the problem of affordably capturing CO2 at a pilot plant in Squamish, British Columbia ...

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