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Celine Dion teases ‘grand unveiling’ of gender-neutral children’s clothing line

Dave Simpson/WireImage(NEW YORK) — Celine Dion is working on something so good it might be … illegal? The singer on Tuesday teased a “grand unveiling” of her latest endeavor by posting a clip of herself being taken to the ground and handcuffed by police officers. “It’s OK, it’s OK. I’m Celine Dion,” she says with …

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Study shows three-year dairy price cycle might be a thing of the past

CoBank Economist Ben Laine authored a new report that suggests the traditional three-year dairy price cycle might be a thing of the past, with the shift to larger dairy farms possibly leading to longer periods of lower prices, like the industry is experiencing now.   Continue reading Study shows three-year dairy price cycle might be …

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Trial of ‘El Chapo’ begins in federal court

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — His nickname may be shorty but the list of crimes attributed to Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman — including drug trafficking, murder and torture — is lengthy and spelled out in a 17-count indictment that forms the backbone of a trial that starts Tuesday in a Brooklyn, New York federal court with opening …

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Saudi Arabian official ‘shocked’ by audio recording of Khashoggi’s murder: Erdogan

Getty Images(ISTANBUL) — A Saudi Arabian intelligence official was “shocked” after listening to an audio recording of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder during a recent visit to Istanbul, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said. Erdogan described the content of the recording as a “calamity” and insisted that Riyadh take decisive action against Khashoggi’s alleged …

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Amazon to announce new headquarters in New York City, Virginia

Amazon.com(NEW YORK) — Amazon is expected to announce later Tuesday where its new headquarters will be built, sources close to the matter told ABC News. The Long Island City neighborhood of Queens, just across the East River from Manhattan, and Crystal City, Virginia, about a mile from the Pentagon, were selected by the retail giant, …

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Report: Samsung working on TVs that you control with your mind

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — If Samsung engineers get this right, you may never have to dive into your couch cushions for a lost TV remote again — because you won’t need one. The Sun reports the South Korean tech company is working on TVs you control with your mind. The paper notes Samsung is partnering with …

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Extremely critical fire risk in California as Arctic cold heads for Northeast

ABC News(NEW YORK) — As firefighters continue battling blazes in California that have claimed at least 44 lives, conditions in Southern California have worsened. In San Diego County, the fire risk on Tuesday is extremely critical, the highest level issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “Vary rapid fire growth, extreme fire behavior is …

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Protests expected as church leaders gather to discuss sexual abuse crisis

ABC News(BALTIMORE) — Protests are slated to take place in Baltimore this week as church leaders gather at the annual General Assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to discuss the ongoing sexual abuse crisis. Several prominent groups advocating for the rights of survivors of sexual abuse by clergy have planned demonstrations outside the …

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Less than 1% of migrant caravan may reach border near San Diego in five days

ULISES RUIZ/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Approximately 100 of an estimated 11,000 migrants, less than 1 percent of those U.S. officials are tracking across four groups, may reach the U.S. border south of San Diego on Sunday. The overwhelming majority of those from Central America fleeing hardship on foot are hundreds of miles away, weeks from …

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At Base Camp Donna, US Army troops spend Veterans Day preparing for migrants

Quinn Owen/ABC News(BASE CAMP DONNA, Texas) — On an unusually frigid morning, Army Warrant Officer Silvestre Arroyo was supervising his team on Veterans Day weekend as they prepared a hot breakfast of sausage and grits. His breakfast customers are the estimated 1,000 troops now stationed at this rural outpost in southern Texas and across the …

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‘I thought I was gonna die right there’: Nurse’s harrowing escape from Camp Fire

iStock/Thinkstock(PARADISE, Calif.) — When the deadly Camp Fire started to close in on Feather River Hospital in the Northern California town of Paradise, nurses were forced to evacuate their critically sick patients without warning. “We got these patients in wheelchairs … we were pulling tubes out,” nurse Nichole Jolly told ABC News. Patients and staff …

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‘It’s just a recipe for destruction,’ fire chief says of conditions on front lines of California fires

ABC News(LOS ANGELES) — A prolonged drought followed by a welcomed spike in rain and another dry spell has created a “recipe for destruction” that’s manifesting itself in wildfires of historic proportions raging in California, leveling thousands of homes and killing at least 31 people, a state fire official told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on …

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Amazon taps New York City and Virginia as new locations for additional headquarters: Report

Amazon.com(NEW YORK) — Amazon’s new additional headquarters will be split between New York and Virginia, the Wall Street Journal reported. The company is expected to make the official announcement tomorrow, sources close to the matter told ABC News. Long Island City in Queens and Crystal City in Arlington County, Virginia have been selected by the …

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California wildfires: Massive blazes grow as; death toll rises to 44

Myhealthguy/Instagram(LOS ANGELES) — Fueled by blustery winds and parched vegetation, two massive fires burning in California both grew overnight, leaving thousands of exhausted firefighter battling to stretch containment lines around the raging blazes that have killed at least 44 people and destroyed thousands of homes. Adding to the turmoil were two new fires that broke …

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Trees for Troops

Brownfield’s Amie Simpson will be on the ground for Trees for Troops Tuesday, November 13 in Thorntown, Indiana Continue reading Trees for Troops at Brownfield Ag News.      

Corn, wheat gain despite higher dollar

Soybeans closed lower in a day of quiet trading because of the holiday. The USDA Crop Progress reports are out Tuesday with harvest data as of Sunday. Kansas and Missouri got snow and rain the past two days and parts of the Corn Belt are wet. Soybean planting is making progress in Brazil and Argentina, …

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Quality concerns grow during wet harvest

An agronomy specialist says a wet harvest has meant quality concerns in many parts of the Corn Belt. Nick Hustedde with FMC tells Brownfield a delayed harvest and disease issues in soybeans have meant some growers are being discounted at the elevator.  “We started picking up more frog eyed leaf spot pressure about the middle of …

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Closing Grain and Livestock Futures: November 12, 2018

Dec. corn closed at $3.71 and 1/4, up 1 and 1/2 cents Nov. soybeans closed at $8.71 and 3/4, down 3 and 1/2 cents Dec. soybean meal closed at $305.60, unchanged Dec. soybean oil closed at 27.71, up 9 points Dec. wheat closed at $5.19 and 3/4, up 17 and 3/4 cents Dec. live cattle …

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USGC returns from Mexico, says it’s back to business as usual

U.S. Grains Council leaders just returned from a trade mission to Mexico and Tom Sleight says it’s back to business as usual now that negotiations for the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement are wrapped up. Sleight, president and CEO, says it was important for the USGC to meet with customers in Mexico. “We thought it was …

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USGC returns from Mexico, says it’s back to business as usual

U.S. Grains Council leaders just returned from a trade mission to Mexico and Tom Sleight says it’s back to business as usual now that negotiations for the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement are wrapped up. Sleight, president and CEO, says it was important for the USGC to meet with customers in Mexico. “We thought it was …

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