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President Trump to sign executive order targeting foreign work visas

On the campaign trail, Trump called the H-1B program "very, very bad for workers" while acknowledging that he's used it to bring in foreign employees for his own businesses. "It would be a mistake to close the door on high-skilled workers from around the world who can contribute to American businesses growth and expansion and make the USA more competitive around the world".


CPI at an eight month low

CPI at an eight month low

CPI has spend most of the past year outside the Reserve Bank's 3%-6% target range, and could head higher in April, after the rand took a knock from President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle. Such moves would normally boost inflation, putting pressure on central banks to raise interest rates. Paul Sirani, chief market analyst at Xtrade, notes the fall in inflation is likely to spur the rand to a strong session.


Samsung launches Galaxy S8

Samsung launches Galaxy S8

That includes the Microsoft Office suite of apps, like Word, Excel, OneDrive, OneNote, Skype, Groove Music, MSN News, Outlook, Bing, and more. A statement released to press discloses that the Microsoft Edition will apply "a Microsoft customization" when the device starts for the first time and is connected to WiFi.


Cleveland Facebook murder suspect takes own life

Cleveland Facebook murder suspect takes own life

Authorities are appealing to the public for tips as they conduct a nationwide search for Stephens who remains at large. He said authorities wished to talk to Stephens to discover his motives for the murder. Shortly after 11 a.m., there was a short police pursuit and when officers approached the vehicle, Stephens auto spun in circles and that's when Stephens shot himself.


US Calls North Korea's Failed Missile Test an Attempted Provocation

US Calls North Korea's Failed Missile Test an Attempted Provocation

The tests have grown in sophistication each time, U.S officials said . South Korea hosts 28,500 United States troops to counter the threat from the North. North Korea's deputy United Nations ambassador Kim In Ryong told a news conference that "if the U.S. dares opt for a military action", North Korea "is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the US".


Prince was prescribed opioids under a false name

Prince was prescribed opioids under a false name

At the time of his death, people at the home of Prince indicated to investigators that he had been suffering from withdrawals from prescription medications to which he had become addicted. The investigation showed that he died from an accidental overdose, and no-one has been charged over this death. Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg told detectives that he had treated Prince on two occasions - April 7 and 20 of previous year.