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Will it work? Glitzy casino opening on industrial waterfront

Will it work? Glitzy casino opening on industrial waterfront The $2.6 billion gambling, hotel and entertainment complex brings Las Vegas opulence to the unlikeliest of places: a largely industrial waterfront home to a subway train repair yard, a water and sewer agency facility and a power plant. Massachusetts leaders hope the resort and its curved, bronze-toned hotel tower — echoing the company's distinctive properties in Vegas and Macau — transforms the city's reputation as an industrial afterthought. "We were ready for something like this," Mayor Carlo DeMaria said last week, putting forth a vision of a thriving waterfront district of hotels, restaurants and shops.


Members-Only Race Circuits Let You Put Pedal to the Metal and Then Enjoy a Chef’s Feast

Members-Only Race Circuits Let You Put Pedal to the Metal and Then Enjoy a Chef’s Feast There's nothing like an après-drive cocktail.


Is It Too Late to Buy Celgene Stock?

Is It Too Late to Buy Celgene Stock? The clock is ticking for Celgene's acquisition by Bristol-Myers Squibb. But is Celgene still a stock worth buying?


Better Buy: Aurora Cannabis vs. Gilead Sciences

Better Buy: Aurora Cannabis vs. Gilead Sciences Between this unlikely pair, which stock is the better pick for long-term investors?


South Africa youth unemployment a 'national crisis': president

South Africa youth unemployment a 'national crisis': president Youth unemployment in South Africa has become a "national crisis", President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday at an event commemorating youth activism during the apartheid era. Unemployment in Africa's most advanced economy has remained stubbornly high since white minority rule ended 25 years ago, and creating jobs is a major challenge for Ramaphosa as he aims to reignite an underperforming economy. Unemployment inched up to 27.6% in the first quarter, official data showed in May, underscoring the task faced by Ramaphosa after his ANC party won re-election last month.


3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Watch in June

3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Watch in June Is your portfolio ready for the next big thing in technology?


2020 race brings free college back to the national stage

2020 race brings free college back to the national stage After receding from the national stage, the free college movement is resurfacing as a central rallying point for Democrats as they set their sights on the White House. At least 18 of the party's 23 presidential contenders have come out in support of some version of free college . Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota says it should be limited to two years of community college.


Pope dons helmet to enter earthquake-hit cathedral in Italy

Pope dons helmet to enter earthquake-hit cathedral in Italy Pope Francis donned a white firefighter's safety helmet Sunday to enter a damaged cathedral during a visit to central Italy, where he gave encouragement to people still struggling three years after devastating earthquakes struck. Francis traveled to the town of Camerino, which was shaken so badly in 2016 that people are still not allowed into the town center as work continues to stabilize buildings. Before he entered the cathedral, a firefighter's safety helmet was placed over Francis' skullcap.


Alabama orders 'chemical castration' of some child molesters

Alabama orders 'chemical castration' of some child molesters Alabama will require some sex offenders whose crimes involve children to take chemical castration medication during parole, a requirement that has prompted some legal concerns and appears to be rarely used in some states that allow it. The law will require sex offenders whose crimes involved children under 13 to receive the medication that is supposed to lower sex drive. At least seven other states allow chemical treatments to reduce male testosterone for certain sex offenders, but the procedure appears rarely used.


Rallying-Sordo wins in Sardinia after late blow to Tanak's hopes

Rallying-Sordo wins in Sardinia after late blow to Tanak's hopes Spaniard Dani Sordo won the Rally of Italy in Sardinia for Hyundai on Sunday after Toyota's overnight leader Ott Tanak suffered a steering problem on the final stage and slumped to fifth. Tanak, who still took over the championship lead from Citroen's Sebastien Ogier, had been 26.7 seconds clear and heading for his third win in a row going into the final Sassari-Argentiera 2 power stage. Finland's Teemu Suninen finished second for M-Sport Ford, 13.7 seconds behind, with Norwegian Andreas Mikkelsen third for Hyundai and claiming five bonus points from the power stage.


Extinction Rebellion postpones Heathrow drone protest plan

Extinction Rebellion postpones Heathrow drone protest plan The environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion has postponed a plan to shut down London's Heathrow Airport with drones after it was criticized by politicians and police. The group still aims to target the airport, Europe's busiest, but said it would not fly drones within flightpaths, and would give two months' notice so travelers could make other plans.


Extinction Rebellion postpones Heathrow drone protest plan

Extinction Rebellion postpones Heathrow drone protest plan The environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion has postponed a plan to shut down London's Heathrow Airport with drones after it was criticized by politicians and police. The group still aims to target the airport, Europe's busiest, but said it would not fly drones within flightpaths, and would give two months' notice so travelers could make other plans.


Russian Gold-Backed Crypto Slams the Global US Dollar Standard

Russian Gold-Backed Crypto Slams the Global US Dollar Standard By CCN Markets: Russia is continuing to explore the possibility of a gold-backed cryptocurrency for use as a cross-border settlement alternative with other countries. Under heavy sanctions from the US, the potential of a value-pegged cryptocurrency could help Russia escape from the usage of the Dollar as a currency standard. Russia’s State Duma member Vladimir Gutenev proposed the creation of this digital asset. He suggested the tying of the value to gold would alleviate issues found in cryptocurrencies, and that this offering would be likened to a stable coin. Breaking US Dollar bonds Russia has honed in on gold reserves


3 Dangerous Money Lies You May Be Telling Yourself

3 Dangerous Money Lies You May Be Telling Yourself Any one of these misunderstandings could hurt your long-term financial health.


South Africa youth unemployment a "national crisis - president

South Africa youth unemployment a "national crisis - president Youth unemployment in South Africa has become a "national crisis", President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday at an event commemorating youth activism during the apartheid era. Unemployment in Africa's most advanced economy has remained stubbornly high since white minority rule ended 25 years ago, and creating jobs is a major challenge for Ramaphosa as he aims to reignite an underperforming economy. Unemployment inched up to 27.6% in the first quarter, official data showed in May, underscoring the task faced by Ramaphosa after his ANC party won re-election last month.


New York judge dies after having a heart attack on the bench

New York judge dies after having a heart attack on the bench James Reitz, a 57-year-old judge from Mahopac, New York, died after suffering a heart attack in Putnam County Court.


UPDATE 2-Blast-hit tankers to be assessed off UAE coast

UPDATE 2-Blast-hit tankers to be assessed off UAE coast The two oil tankers crippled in attacks in the Gulf of Oman last week that Washington and Riyadh have blamed on Iran are being assessed off the coast off the United Arab Emirates before their cargos are unloaded, the ships' operators said on Sunday. Damage assessment on Japan's Kokuka Courageous and preparation for ship-to-ship transfer of its methanol cargo would start after authorities in Sharjah, one of the UAE's seven emirates, complete security checks, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement said.


Tennis-Returning Sharapova inspired by 'ultimate fighter' Nadal

Tennis-Returning Sharapova inspired by 'ultimate fighter' Nadal Maria Sharapova says she will draw inspiration from Rafael Nadal's incredible powers of recovery as she resumes her injury-hit career on the Spanish great's island next week. The 32-year-old Russian has not played a competitive match since pulling out of the St Petersburg Open in January and underwent surgery on her right shoulder a few weeks later. Sharapova was already training on grass in the sunshine Balearic isle while Nadal was winning his record-extending 12th French Open last weekend, having battled back from knee injuries.


Surprise! Social Security Might Not Have Paid for Your Medicare

Surprise! Social Security Might Not Have Paid for Your Medicare An error gave recipients bigger checks than they should have gotten -- because they failed to withhold premium payments for healthcare coverage.


Inside Japan’s Oldest Whisky Distillery

Inside Japan’s Oldest Whisky Distillery Inside Japan’s Oldest Whisky Distillery


A Cannabis Credit Card? Yeah, That's a Real Thing Now

A Cannabis Credit Card? Yeah, That's a Real Thing Now This newly-public multistate dispensary operator has introduced its own marijuana credit card for consumers.


1 Stock That Pays You Each Month

1 Stock That Pays You Each Month This Canadian pipeline company provides its investors with a generous monthly payment.


4 of the 14 Most Widely Held Stocks on Investing App Robinhood Are Marijuana Stocks

4 of the 14 Most Widely Held Stocks on Investing App Robinhood Are Marijuana Stocks Millennials love cannabis stocks. Unfortunately, two of their favorites could be duds.


Want to Become Wealthy? Do This One Thing.

Want to Become Wealthy? Do This One Thing. Four simple words hold the key to reaching your financial dreams.


French, Malian forces kill 20 militants in operation: Mali army

French, Malian forces kill 20 militants in operation: Mali army Allied French and Malian forces killed 20 militants in an operation in a part of northern Mali where Islamic State operates, a spokesman for the West African nation's military said on Sunday. The operation in the district of Akabar, a remote part of a game reserve near the border with Niger and not far from the Malian city of Menaka, was continuing, army spokesman Colonel Diarran Kone said by telephone. Mali has become increasingly engulfed in violence since a Tuareg uprising in 2012 was hijacked by Islamist militants, prompting France to intervene to push them back the following year.


French, Malian forces kill 20 militants in operation-Mali army

French, Malian forces kill 20 militants in operation-Mali army Allied French and Malian forces killed 20 militants in an operation in a part of northern Mali where Islamic State operates, a spokesman for the West African nation's military said on Sunday. The operation in the district of Akabar, a remote part of a game reserve near the border with Niger and not far from the Malian city of Menaka, was continuing, army spokesman Colonel Diarran Kone said by telephone. Mali has become increasingly engulfed in violence since a Tuareg uprising in 2012 was hijacked by Islamist militants, prompting France to intervene to push them back the following year.


Damaged tankers reach safe waters after Gulf attacks

Damaged tankers reach safe waters after Gulf attacks Two damaged tankers arrived safely Sunday to locations off the Emirati coast after they were rocked by explosions in Gulf waters, in an incident Saudi Arabia blamed on its regional arch-rival Iran. The Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous was carrying highly flammable methanol through the Gulf of Oman on Thursday when it came under attack along with the Norwegian-operated Front Altair -- the second assault in a month in the strategic shipping lane. US President Donald Trump has said the operation had Iran "written all over it" -- rejecting Tehran's vehement denial -- and its key Gulf ally Saudi Arabia has also lashed out against Tehran.


Taking aim at Johnson, British PM hopefuls make Brexit case

Taking aim at Johnson, British PM hopefuls make Brexit case Several hopefuls vying to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May turned their fire on favourite Boris Johnson on Sunday, questioning his pledge to leave the European Union by the end of October no matter what. With former London mayor and foreign minister Johnson keeping a low profile, the other candidates have targeted the air waves to try to present their cases to lead the governing Conservative Party. Candidate after candidate on Sunday questioned his ability to navigate Britain's departure from the EU, saying his pledge to leave on Oct. 31 was nigh on impossible and would set Britain on track for a no deal Brexit.


UPDATE 1-Iran to scale back nuclear deal commitments - Tasnim

UPDATE 1-Iran to scale back nuclear deal commitments - Tasnim Iran will announce further moves on Monday to scale back compliance with an international nuclear pact that the United States abandoned last year, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported on Sunday. "Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation tomorrow at the Arak heavy water site will announce preparatory steps that have been taken to further decrease Tehran's commitments under the deal," Tasnim said, without citing sources. The organisation will announce moves to increase stocks of enriched uranium and production of heavy water at Arak, Tasnim reported.


Pope urges restraint in Gulf after tanker attacks

Pope urges restraint in Gulf after tanker attacks Pope Francis called for restraint and a lowering of tensions in the Middle East on Sunday following attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman that have raised fears of a broader confrontation in the region. Francis, during a visit to a city in central Italy that was severely damaged by a string of earthquakes in 2016, said he was worried by the ramifications of the attacks. "I invite everyone to use the instruments of diplomacy to resolve the complex problems of the conflicts in the Middle East," he said.


Cricket-Booing Warner, Smith can backfire for England - Anderson

Cricket-Booing Warner, Smith can backfire for England - Anderson Sledging and booing Australia's Steve Smith and David Warner during the English summer will only push the duo to improve their performance levels, England pace bowler James Anderson said. Smith and Warner were suspended for 12 months after a ball-tampering incident in South Africa last year and returned to international cricket at the World Cup.


UK Tories warned not to crown Boris Johnson without a fight

UK Tories warned not to crown Boris Johnson without a fight Candidates seeking to beat favorite Boris Johnson and become Britain's next prime minister warned Sunday that the Conservative Party needs a real leadership contest, not just a coronation for the flamboyant front-runner. Johnson, a former foreign secretary who has run a deliberately low-profile leadership campaign, was accused of trying to avoid scrutiny after he refused to take part in a televised debate Sunday night among the six candidates still in the race. An instantly recognizable figure, famous for his Latin quips and unruly blond hair, Johnson is admired by many Conservatives for his ability to energize voters.


UPDATE 1-Chinese regulators will restructure Baoshang Bank as soon as possible

UPDATE 1-Chinese regulators will restructure Baoshang Bank as soon as possible The Chinese government's takeover of Baoshang Bank has caused some pain but prevented bigger financial and social instability, and regulators will restructure the lender as soon as possible, a newspaper affiliated to China's central bank said on Sunday. Chinese regulators had completed debt repayment and transfer for Baoshang bank's big institutional and interbank clients as of June 7, and will move on to verify and evaluate the lender's assets ahead of the restructuring, according to the Financial News article, published on the People's Bank of China's (PBOC) website. Chinese financial regulators took control of Inner Mongolia-based Baoshang Bank on May 24 due to "serious" credit risks, rattling domestic markets and prompting PBOC to inject cash into the banking system.


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20% of Baby Boomers Are Making This Huge Financial Mistake And it could really hurt them in retirement.


UPDATE 1-Extinction Rebellion delays drone protest at Britain's Heathrow until after summer

UPDATE 1-Extinction Rebellion delays drone protest at Britain's Heathrow until after summer Climate activism group Extinction Rebellion has postponed until later this year a plan to shut down Britain's Heathrow Airport using drones and published on Sunday more details of the protest action in a bid to allay public safety fears. "Extinction Rebellion will not be carrying out any actions at Heathrow Airport in June or July this year," the group said in a statement. Heathrow Airport responded to the group's announcement by repeating its previous warning that any use of drones near the airport would be a "reckless action" that could endanger lives.


Deadline looms for agreement on Swiss-EU ties

Deadline looms for agreement on Swiss-EU ties Swiss ties with the European Union, its biggest trading partner, face a critical test this week as Brussels decides whether the two sides have made enough progress on a stalled draft treaty to head off punitive measures set to start at the end of June. After more than four years of negotiations produced a draft text in November, the Swiss government this month tentatively endorsed the accord but said it needed clarifications on three areas -- protecting Swiss wages, regulating state aid, and spelling out citizens' rights -- before it could sign off. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker -- whose term ends on Oct. 31 -- responded that he was prepared to clear up any questions but wanted this done by Tuesday, when the Commission reviews relations with Switzerland.


China stays mum as Hong Kong protests against extradition bill

China stays mum as Hong Kong protests against extradition bill Chinese state media remained largely silent Sunday as hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong people took to the streets to protest against a controversial extradition bill, with social platforms scrubbed clean of any pictures or mentions of the rally. Hong Kong's government has been rocked in recent days by massive demonstrations -- and some violence -- which forced the city's embattled leader to indefinitely suspend passage of the bill. Critics fear the Beijing-backed law will entangle people in China's notoriously opaque and politicised courts and damage the city's reputation as a safe place for business.


Illinois farmers give up on planting after floods, throw party instead

Illinois farmers give up on planting after floods, throw party instead The Happy Spot was a little depressed. Dozens of corn farmers and those who sell them seed, chemicals and equipment gathered on Thursday at the restaurant in Deer Grove, Illinois, after heavy rains caused unprecedented delays in planting this year and contributed to record floods across the central United States. James McCune, a farmer from Mineral, Illinois, was unable to plant 85% of his intended corn acres and wanted to commiserate with his fellow farmers by hosting the "Prevent Plant Party" at The Happy Spot.


Illinois farmers give up on planting after floods, throw party instead

Illinois farmers give up on planting after floods, throw party instead The Happy Spot was a little depressed. Dozens of corn farmers and those who sell them seed, chemicals and equipment gathered on Thursday at the restaurant in Deer Grove, Illinois, after heavy rains caused unprecedented delays in planting this year and contributed to record floods across the central United States. James McCune, a farmer from Mineral, Illinois, was unable to plant 85% of his intended corn acres and wanted to commiserate with his fellow farmers by hosting the "Prevent Plant Party" at The Happy Spot.


Saudi Crown Prince Says Aramco's Planned IPO Is On Track

Saudi Crown Prince Says Aramco's Planned IPO Is On Track The world’s top crude exporter aims to offer Aramco stock on its domestic exchange and at least one international bourse, with the prince projecting the company’s value at about $2 trillion. Aramco’s financial performance, revealed in April, indicated a valuation closer to $1.2 trillion if investors judge it by the same metrics as other giant oil companies. “We are committed to the Aramco IPO, given the proper circumstances and the right time,” the crown prince said in an interview with Asharq Al Awsat newspaper published Sunday.