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U.S. equity indexes closed moderately lower on Tuesday as traders mulled over various reports on ongoing trade deals ahead of the Federal Reserve policy meeting decision on Wednesday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 27.88 points to 27,881.72 while the S&P 500 edged down 3.44 points to 3,132.52 and the Nasdaq Composite Index slipped 5.64 points to 8,616.18. Volume on the New York Stock Exchange totaled 2.8 billion shares with 1,445 issues advancing, 95 setting new highs, and 1,515 declining, with 21 setting new lows.
Over 50 cars were involved in a massive pileup in Iowa as a snowstorm ripped through the state on Tuesday. The pileup occurred around 11 a.m. Tuesday morning on the westbound side of Interstate 80, outside of Altoona, Iowa. It happened as drivers contended with reportedly white-out conditions due to a fast-moving snowstorm that hit the area.
Protests have erupted across parts of India over a bill that precludes Muslims from other countries from gaining Indian citizenship. The lower house of Parliament passed legislation early Tuesday that will grant citizenship to Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians who escape persecution in neighboring Muslim-majority nations like Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
A new report says a new “Batman” game will be revealed during the 2019 Game Awards. The report comes courtesy of YouTuber SLCMOF, who has covered and leaked alleged information around possible “Batman” games following 2015’s “Batman: Arkham Knight.” He said the game will be among the multiple game reveals and updates to drop during the Game Awards on Dec. 12. No other information has been provided about what the new game would possibly be about.
US authorities arrested three men in an alleged fraud that raised $722 million from investors lured by fake bitcoin mining earnings, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. Prosecutors described the scam as a "high-tech Ponzi scheme" run by the "BitClub Network," which took money from investors and rewarded them for recruiting new shareholders. From April 2014 through December 2019 the group attracted unsuspecting investors using fraudulent earnings purported to come from the network's mining pool, according to the statement.
The Chilean Air Force said Tuesday that a military plane carrying 38 people en route to Antarctica most likely crashed. The plane on Monday went missing from radar and became unresponsive 450 miles into its 770-mile journey. Based on the length of time since then, officials say that a crash is the most probable explanation.
Republicans predictably denounced articles of impeachment lodged against President Trump Tuesday, condemning Democrats for the speed with which they conducted their investigation and drafted the charges. House Judiciary Committee Jerrold Nadler outlined the accusations at a press conference, citing Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, and declaring, "No one, not even a president, is above the law.".
Stassi Schroeder is a reality TV star, successful podcast host, founder of National #OOTD Day and, let's not forget, a New York Times bestselling author. Even with all those titles, there's still one that some of her "Vanderpump Rules" co-stars have that she hasn't gained just yet -- homeowner. But, that could be about to change.
Although his character may have been mentioned in the final few moments of the “Silicon Valley” series finale, actor T.J. Miller did not make a surprise appearance. Instead, audiences were welcomed with guest star Bill Gates. Still, Miller could not help himself from commenting in some way on the show’s final season and how his character, Erlich Bachman, eventually made out in the “Silicon Valley” finale.
A New York judge sided with Exxon Mobil on Tuesday in a closely-watched environmental case, concluding the oil giant did not mislead investors in its climate change disclosures. The ruling by Barry Ostrager, a judge in the New York state court, rejected arguments by the state's attorney general that the company duped investors by downplaying the costs of mitigating climate change.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a teen that went missing in upstate New York. Marissa Graham, 16, was reported missing Monday after leaving Lancaster High School in Lancaster, New York. She reportedly left the school at about 9:30 a.m. by herself and wasn’t seen for the rest of the day. As of Tuesday afternoon, police have not found evidence about her possible whereabouts.

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