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El Chapo's conviction may be the last time the public sees him

62-year-old Guzman was convicted in February by a jury in all ten cases. The prosecution has described him as the "unscrupulous and bloodthirsty leader" of the Sinaloa cartel and is seeking a life sentence. Witnesses testified during the trial that Guzman ordered and participated in the torture and murder of suspected antitrust opponents. Attorney Mariel Colon, who visited Guzman regularly …

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Pam Hupp bypasses the death sentence with a plea and sees himself confronted with the murder of Louis Gumpenberger in prison in 2016

Pam Hupp faces a life in jail after admitting on Wednesday that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict them for the murder of Louis Gumpenberger in August 2016. In a courtroom in St. Charles, Missouri, Hupp entered a petition from Alford and allowed her to avoid a death penalty without blaming the case. Pam Hupp "We asked for the death …

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Wall Street sees great potential for growth for Luckin in the undeveloped Chinese coffee market

Image of a cup of coffee at a Luckin Coffee location. Fred Dufour | AFP | Getty Images Beijing-based coffee chain Luckin Coffee is attracting the attention of Wall Street analysts, who hope the technology-driven business model of the new company will fuel growth in a subdued coffee market in China. This is Luckin China's second-largest coffee chain grew nearly …

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IEA sees demand growth to the lowest level in years

The International Agency for Energy (IEA) slashed its estimate for global oil demand growth for a second consecutive month on Friday. The energy agency's closely-watched report comes as world OPEC's output cuts or US sanctions against Iran and Venezuela to worries about deteriorating demand growth. Crude futures have turned a 45% rally in the first four months of 2019 into …

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As Eli Manning of Giants sees the challenge of Daniel Jones

In the end zone of a practice field was on Wednesday in the mini camp of the Giants no scoreboard lit. Eli Manning said he also did not have a mental scorecard for the play-by-play action conducted between him and Daniel Jones. He did not need that. Everyone else will do it for him. For the first time in his …

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Trump goes to Big Tech because he sees them as political opponents

Jim Cramer Scott Mlyn | CNBC [CN] [CNBC] CNBC's Jim Cramer announced on Tuesday that he believes President Donald Trump wants to crack down on Silicon Valley's biggest tech companies because he sees them as political opponents. Cramer believes there may be a pending antitrust case against Big The dominance of technology. But he believes that the Trump administration is …

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Study sees connection between video games and games

Although questions about the relationship between violent video games and shootings have become more pressing, a lack of good data has made it difficult to reach final conclusions. In a study published on Friday in the JAMA network, Ohio State University researchers said they found a connection. "This is one of the first studies to show a relationship between violent …

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LIVE BLOG: Jefferson City sees widespread damage from observed tornado

Source: Gerald Turnage “/> Source: Gerald Turnage JEFFERSON CITY, MO – UPDATE 2:50 pm: The Lincoln University will be closed on Thursday, May 23, LU spokeswoman Misty Young said. The campus will reopen on Tuesday. UPDATE 2.30 am: The Jefferson City Police Department assessed the damage in the greater Jefferson City area on Thursday morning. The authorities concentrated on the …

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In the Senate elections in the Philippines, Duterte sees the opportunity to consolidate power

MANILA – Millions of Filipinos elected on Monday half of the Senate in a widespread proxy struggle between President Rodrigo Duterte and politicians who spoke out against his deadly war on drugs. Just hours after opening the elections at 6 am, police reported isolated cases of voter violence and intimidation. On Sunday night, the eve of the vote, two explosions …

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