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Today's bell ringers are Vident Financial with Fred Stoops, head of retail investments, at the NYSE, and CLPS Incorporation with Raymond Ming Hui Lin, CEO and director, at the Nasdaq.
CBC: Iqaluit's largest grocery store prepares to reopen after fire
ABC: WATCH: There's an Idris Elba doll and it looks nothing like Idris Elba
CNBC: Mitt Romney is telling friends he wants to be on the Senate Finance and Commerce committees
CTV News: Officials caught 'snooping' on health records, N.S. privacy commissioner says
CTV News: Retired government worker revealed as US$343M Powerball winner
Reuters: Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar will not begin on Thursday: sources
Reuters: Ireland on board with draft Brexit deal: EU sources
Reuters: Explainer: How does a leadership challenge to a Conservative UK prime minister work?
Reuters: Shipbound migrants in Libya port say would rather die than disembark
Reuters: South Korean firms to plead guilty to rigging U.S. military fuel bids
Reuters: Northern Irish DUP lawmaker says UK PM May's position 'very, very shaky'
Times of Israel: Justice Department says Trump attorney general appointment is legal
Jpost: Four lessons between murder to hope
USA Today: GOP faces pressure on Mueller protection bill
USA Today: Mattis, Nielsen address US troops at border
USA Today: The best cities for your buck: Top places to live on a $55,000 salary
USA Today: A meteor crater the size of Paris was found under the ice in Greenland
USA Today: 2018 CMA Awards: Who will win (and who should) on country music's biggest night
FOX: New allegations that Colombia prosecutor covered up bribes
FOX: Unprecedented security protecting jurors, others at El Chapo trial
Daily Mail: S.Korean firms to plead guilty to rigging U.S. military...
Daily Mail: Guyana strikes down law against 'improper' cross-dressing
Daily Mail: Furious Brexiteers are poised to call an 'imminent' vote of no confidence in Theresa May