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Russia's top oil boss sees risk of shale crippling OPEC deal

Oil prices were down on Wednesday with Brent crude trading 55 cents lower at $51.29 per barrel, while US West Texas Intermediate fell 51 cents to $49.15. Analysts believed that stocks fell less - 2.517 million barrels, or 0.48 percent - to 513.783 million barrels. OPEC had hoped the deal would boost prices and income for members of the cartel.


Rabri Devi wants homely daughters-in-law for minister sons

Rabri Devi wants homely daughters-in-law for minister sons

According to a report in The Times Of India , Rabri said: "Cinema hall aur mall jane wali ladki nahi chahiye". Nitish drove to 10, Circular Road, where the RJD supremo lives in the official residence alloted to his wife Rabri Devi, and gave a bouquet to Prasad before the two embraced each other.



Apple unveils iMac Pro

AMD is doing all sorts of great business with the likes of Ryzen, ThreadRipper, and their next-gen Vega GPU architecture making it into Apple's new iMac Pro. Although the HomePod and iMac Pro are slated to arrive towards the end of the year in December, the iPad Pro is now available for order with shipments expected to arrive starting next week.


Starbucks teams with Lady Gaga for 'Cups of Kindness'

Starbucks teams with Lady Gaga for 'Cups of Kindness'

The artist, who's known for popular songs such as "Poker Face" and " Born This Way ", took to Twitter to make the announcement and revealed that the beverage collection will be called Cups of Kindness . The four Cups of Kindness drinks as seen on the official Starbucks web page. Specifically, donations will help the foundation's new Kindness Channel, where people 16 to 24 years old report and write stories about acts of generosity and compassion where they live, as well as other ...



Another US appeals court keeps Trump's travel ban blocked

Douglas Chin, the attorney general for Hawaii , one of the states challenging the executive order, said the ruling was a clear message to the administration that it was not above the law. In the ruling issued Monday afternoon by the Ninth Circuit Court, it did just the opposite - ruling against the president on the basis of immigration statutes, not the Constitution's First Amendment ban on religious discrimination.