• Trump Tells Japanese Automakers To Build Cars In The US

    Trump Tells Japanese Automakers To Build Cars In The US

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    During his ongoing tour through Asia, Trump suggested that Japan has an unfair advantage on trade with the USA, citing the lack of American cars sold in Japan, Bloomberg reports. "Is that possible to ask?" Whether it was an attack of conscience, or, more likely, the fact that his hosts had done a good job of flattering his ego, he ended things on a complimentary note that also allowed him to take credit for new investments in the U.S.
  • Classroom auto crash: Woman charged over death of children

    Classroom auto crash: Woman charged over death of children

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    However, the condition of another nine-year-old is serious. Numerous children at the scene were treated for injuries. The children who died were aged eight. Outside the school, student Shiloh Nakauta told Ten Eyewitness News she saw her friends "covered in blood" after the collision. It is not yet known if the woman had any connection with the school, authorities said.
  • Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana among three finalists for IAAF 2017 Award

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    Greek pole vaulter Ekaterini Stefanidi, Belgian heptathlete Nafissatou Thiam and Ethiopia distance ace Almaz Ayana will be battling it out for the female award. Farah, a four-time Olympic champion, defended his 10000m at the world championships and finished second in the 5000m in the British capital in August.
  • Houston Texans have discussed Colin Kaepernick

    Houston Texans have discussed Colin Kaepernick

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    Some observers of the sport speculate that, despite Kaepernick's superior statistics and experience, the Texans and other teams have passed on him due to his kneeling protests from the previous season. If they don't, they'll be lucky to win another two games the rest of the way. Savage started Houston's season opener but was benched for Watson after a bad first half.
  • Harry Kane ready for England despite heavy workload and fitness concerns

    Harry Kane ready for England despite heavy workload and fitness concerns

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    He added: "The knock in the first half [against Palace] was still niggling". "It's something that happened [missing the United game] and we don't want it to happen again. "I'm sure that the national teams all understand the situations of our players and they will help them to be fit for their next game here otherwise it will be very tough, with the Christmas period, tough for the players".
  • Struggling West Ham appoint Moyes as manager

    Struggling West Ham appoint Moyes as manager

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    Moyes has not worked in football since resigning from Sunderland following their relegation to the Championship last season. It was his demeanour and his record that was held against him and Moyes appeared to get his excuses in early by predicting Sunderland faced a hard season after their second game.
  • ATP apologises for Next Gen draw 'disgrace'

    ATP apologises for Next Gen draw 'disgrace'

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    The draw-party was sponsored by Red Bull and the evening appears to have been designed as a tribute to Milan's famous links with the fashion industry. The top seven 21-and-under players in the rankings plus one Italian wild-card entry qualified for the tournament, which starts Tuesday. Players were then told to pick a model to determine which group they would play in, reported The Sun.
  • Josh Gordon reporting to the Browns on Tuesday

    Josh Gordon reporting to the Browns on Tuesday

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    Skipper noted the news in a Monday profile, pointing out Gordon hasn't played a game since the 2014 season and missed 51 of Cleveland's last 56 contests "because of struggles with substance abuse". He will be eligible to join the active roster on November 27, although such a move would be at the Browns' discretion. Gordon finally has come to terms with the fact that he is an addict, and that it has affected his playing career.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB will be shut down for 'several weeks'

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB will be shut down for 'several weeks'

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    The third-year quarterback sat out the second half of Sunday's 30-10 loss to the New Orleans Saints after being sacked late in the second quarter and landing on the shoulder he initially hurt at Arizona on October 15. The Buccaneers will activate Ryan Griffin from injured reserve to serve as Fitzpatrick's backup until Winston is ready to resume football activities.
  • Injured England paceman Finn out of Ashes

    Injured England paceman Finn out of Ashes

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    Finn jarred his knee during a training session and hasn't been recovering well. Finn, who missed the opening tour match in Perth last weekend, had scans which revealed a torn left knee cartilage. "We have probably got a batting spot to finalise and probably a fourth pace position so there's a little bit of competition from within which is good", said Bayliss.
  • Hossler ties for lead after 66

    Hossler ties for lead after 66

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    Out here you've got so many undulations around the greens and you've got tight hazards next to the pins and the greens, so it's crucial to get the right number, and we did that well today. Robert Garrigus was four strokes back at seven under after a 65. "It was a lot of fun", Garrigus said. 'It was a matter of keeping things together.
  • Andrea Pirlo confirms his retirement after final New York City game

    Andrea Pirlo confirms his retirement after final New York City game

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    A victor of six Serie A titles, two Champions League crowns and a World Cup, the Italy legend bowed out with a special message for team-mates and fans. Not only is my adventure in NY coming to an end but my journey as a footballer as well. "Thank you to the fantastic supporters, thank you to the coaching staff and everybody that work behind the scene, thank you to my teammates".
  • Broncos sticking with Brock Osweiler as starting QB vs. the Patriots

    Broncos sticking with Brock Osweiler as starting QB vs. the Patriots

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    Joseph said Lynch has only practiced a few times since returning from a sprained throwing shoulder that he injured in the preseason and he hasn't played with the starters since August. Philadelphia cornerback Patrick Robinson read the play the entire way, stepping in front of the pass and collecting a back-breaking interception. The Broncos really haven't had a solid look at him at quarterback and want to see what he can do.
  • Giants Could Bench Eli Manning

    Giants Could Bench Eli Manning

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    When asked if the quarterback spot was included in his considerations for possible changes, McAdoo made it clear that all positions will be evaluated. It's hard to say whether McAdoo just didn't have a whole heck of a lot to say to his team at halftime or if he just didn't want to share it with the media.
  • Manchester City vs Arsenal preview

    Manchester City vs Arsenal preview

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    Manchester City's only win in nine games against Arsenal was a 1-0 league victory at the Etihad last season. Sources close to City have told me they are "confident" that Sanchez will sign for them in 2018. However, Arsenal had too pull the plug on the deal as they could not do a deal for a replacement in time - but City's interest has not dissipated and likewise Sanchez wants to move to the Etihad.
  • Deion Sanders rips Tony Romo: 'You ain't won nothing!'

    Deion Sanders rips Tony Romo: 'You ain't won nothing!'

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    When Rich Eisen leveled the criticisms against Romo at the time (such as doing too much and getting punished for it), Romo looked at Sanders and said "why do you look at Deion when you say that?" before Sanders laughed it off. A proper response from Sanders would have been a dig at Romo's golf game, or something along those lines. You know you never won the big one . Romo also "didn't go to his bag of tricks to pull out blatant predictions" of the next play, but he did sometimes say ...
  • FSU suspends all fraternities, sororities after student's death

    FSU suspends all fraternities, sororities after student's death

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    The FSU chapter of the fraternity was suspended by its national organization after the death , pending the conclusion of the investigation. Students in those chapters will be allowed to remain as residents in their fraternity or sorority house and will have meal service.
  • Axed David Luiz watches Chelsea win from stands

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    Then I decided in this way tonight". Antonio Conte has consistently claimed he is "different" to his Chelsea predecessors as questions have been raised over his future during recent weeks, but, until Sunday, it was hard to pinpoint exactly what he meant.
  • Matt Duchene traded by Avalanche to the Ottawa Senators, source says

    Matt Duchene traded by Avalanche to the Ottawa Senators, source says

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    Colorado's first-round selection (third overall) in the 2009 NHL Draft, the 5-11, 195-pound native of Haliburton, Ont., has won gold medals with Team Canada at the Olympics (2014), the World Cup of Hockey (2016), two world championships (2015, 2016) and one Under-18 world championship (2008).
  • Michael Emenalo Reportedly Resigns as Chelsea's Technical Director

    Michael Emenalo Reportedly Resigns as Chelsea's Technical Director

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    Of course, no one will have expected Chelsea's statement to include a message from Roman Abramovich telling us all how he feels about his close ally walking out of the club he owns, but it is his thoughts that will determine just how significant this departure turns out to be.
  • Celtics interested in Jahlil Okafor, but only at right price

    Celtics interested in Jahlil Okafor, but only at right price

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    Still, Okafor is only 21 years old and may be re-energized with a fresh start. The Celtics have always been rumored to have an interest in acquiring 76ers big man Jahlil Okafor . Their reasons are the same: Jahlil Okafor will be an unrestricted free agent next summer, and that's a risk no National Basketball Association team would want to take.
  • Red carded at halftime

    Red carded at halftime

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    Altidore and New York's Sacha Kljestan were shown straight red cards for violent conduct after an altercation in the tunnel at half-time as tempers flared. 80′ - Giovinco mouths off, gets himself suspended next game - After picking up a yellow in the first leg, Giovinco reached the limit when he chased after and shouted at Penso.
  • Alan Shearer tells Arsene Wenger to apologise to Raheem Sterling

    Alan Shearer tells Arsene Wenger to apologise to Raheem Sterling

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    Kevin De Bruyne opened the scoring inside 20 minutes before Sergio Aguero converted the second-half penalty. I am very upset because at 2-1 we were in the game. Former England striker Shearer said: "I think it is totally wrong". "What does that say, not only to him, but to the rest of his team-mates?" "I was surprised", Cech said.
  • Ray Wilkins: Jose Mourinho has opportunity to pounce on wounded Chelsea

    Ray Wilkins: Jose Mourinho has opportunity to pounce on wounded Chelsea

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    We really are lucky to have him! Chelsea stay fourth on 22 points, the win breathing life into their hopes of retaining the title. From Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's thunderbolt in 2000 to Nani's stunner in 2011, there have been some memorable goals when Chelsea have met Manchester United in the league.
  • Sock qualifies for ATP Tour finals by clinching Paris Masters title

    Sock qualifies for ATP Tour finals by clinching Paris Masters title

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    It is the 16th-seed's third title of the year, his fourth overall and his first at a Masters. A stunning run from @JackSock concludes with his first Masters 1000 title and a spot in the Top 10. Still, he will climb to No. 33 next week. "It's an unbelievable week with a lot of good wins". "What I'm most proud of is that I was able to play four matches in a row at a very high level", Benneteau said.
  • Sanchez has decided on his next club says Bayern chief

    Sanchez has decided on his next club says Bayern chief

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    But Bayern seem to have fallen out of the race to snap him up despite looking set to be the favourites to sign the Chile worldwide at one point late last season, per Sam Wallace and Jason Burt in The Telegraph . But perhaps they will get lucky in the New Year. With the German side all but ruling themselves out of the running for Sanchez, it opens up an intriguing list of potential destinations that the former Barcelona attacker could end up.
  • New Zealand Back to Numero Uno Spot in T20 Rankings

    New Zealand Back to Numero Uno Spot in T20 Rankings

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    The Hyderabad pacer might have taken his maiden global wicket but ended up conceding 53 runs in his allotted four overs at an economy of 13.25. Backing his fellow-seamer, Jasprit Bumrah expects the 23-year-old to come back and improve in the next game he plays.
  • Injury woe forces Nadal to quit Paris Masters

    Injury woe forces Nadal to quit Paris Masters

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    Nadal, 31, has now ended four years as the world's best player, having first achieved the feat in 2008 when he won his maiden Wimbledon title with an epic victory over Federer. The American celebrated with a cheeseburger and set his sights on the ATP Finals . Of course, it's a very tough decision for me, especially here in Paris, which has been the most important city in my career without a doubt.
  • UFC 217 Gate, Attendance, and Performance Bonuses Announced

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    UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping will attempt his second title defense of his career against the returning ex-welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre in the main event. The $6.2 million gate ranks as the third highest in MSG history and 10th highest in UFC history. And Ramos (11-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) landed a wicked spinning elbow to knock out Aiemann Zahabi (7-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC) in the night's first fight.
  • Rose Namajunas, Georges St-Pierre and classy acts are UFC 217 winners

    Rose Namajunas, Georges St-Pierre and classy acts are UFC 217 winners

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    Namajunas finished the fight before the end of the first round after knocking the former champ to the floor with a vicious left hook. With the TKO, Namajunas handed Jedrzejczyk the first defeat of her entire career and ended all hopes of her matching Ronda Rousey's record of six consecutive title defences.
  • Brock Osweiler struggles, Broncos routed by Eagles 51-23

    Brock Osweiler struggles, Broncos routed by Eagles 51-23

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    The once-powerful defense of the Broncos allowed the Eagles to put up 51-points in a one-sided affair. The Rams, who won their third straight game, scored on five of their first six drives in the first half, with two of their scoring drives set up by Giants turnovers.
  • Breeders' Cup: Gun Runner dominates Classic

    Breeders' Cup: Gun Runner dominates Classic

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    Owned by Winchell Thoroughbreds and Three Chimneys Farm, Gun Runner now has won 11 of 18 starts. "I think he would have won". Gun Runner led at every call with fractions of 22.50, 46.31 and 1:10.50. "This is incredible", Miller said. "He's so much better than that". Both Good Magic and Solomini were sired by 2007 Breeders' Cup Classic victor Curlin.
  • Video shows Miami-Dade officer apparently punching woman at UM game

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    The police department is also reviewing the video to make sure proper procedure was followed. The name of the officer and the woman's name have not been released. Nearly immediately the officer pulls back his arm and punches the woman in the face. The incident happened during the University of Miami's victory over Virginia Tech at the Hard Rock stadium on Saturday night.
  • Tyson Fury Discusses Potential Anthony Joshua Fight in Twitter Video

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    The Body Snatcher was also successful on Saturday night, defeating Robert Helenius on the undercard for Joshua's fight. However, Wilder clearly believes that neither Briton poses a credible threat to his 33-month title reign. the one and only! Wilder last defended his belt in February, recovering from a broken right hand and torn biceps to stop fellow American Gerald Washington in the fifth round in front of a hometown crowd in Birmingham, Alabama after Andrzej Wawrzyk failed a drug test.
  • TJ Dillashaw Says Demetrious Johnson Can't Run Anymore, Calls Him Out

    TJ Dillashaw Says Demetrious Johnson Can't Run Anymore, Calls Him Out

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    Dillashaw. After racking up wins over Raphael Assuncao and John Lineker, Dillashaw earned the right to challenge Garbrandt in his first title defense. The champ seemed to find his range while the round wore on, and possessed the more powerful strikes, while Dillashaw had the edge in speed and footwork.
  • Kate Upton, Justin Verlander Marry In Weekend Wedding In Tuscany

    Kate Upton, Justin Verlander Marry In Weekend Wedding In Tuscany

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    The wedding was reportedly conducted at an old medieval church in the city, overlooking Montalcino valley and its vineyards. Kate Upton and Justin Verlander tied the knot on Saturday in a romantic ceremony at the Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco resort in central Italy.
  • NFL Week 9: Keys for Giants vs. Rams

    NFL Week 9: Keys for Giants vs. Rams

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    Meanwhile, the G-Men have lost seven of their last eight games and find themselves in the cellar of the NFC East, a whopping six games behind the first place Philadelphia Eagles. The two teams traded field goals later in the second quarter, with cornerback Trumaine Johnson's second interception of the year leading to Zuerlein's.
  • Ovince Saint Preux vs

    Ovince Saint Preux vs

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    Ovince Saint Preux stunned his opponent Corey Anderson with a heavy kick to the head in their light-heavyweight bout, leaving Anderson concussed. He took advantage, pinning Saint Preux to the cage for the rest of the round. Anderson goes down off balance at the very end of the round. Saint Preux defends well this time. Midway through the round, he scooped Saint Preux up for a takedown.
  • Falcons can't hold early lead in costly loss to Panthers

    Falcons can't hold early lead in costly loss to Panthers

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    A low-floor, low-upside WR3/4, Sanu gets a date with the Cowboys next week at home. BC-FBN-Falcons-Panthers, 1st Ld, 547Panthers run for 201 yards in 20-17 win over FalconsAP Photo NCCB114, NCCB112, NCCB113, NCCB110, NCCB111, NCCB103, NCCB104, NCCB105Eds: APNewsNow.