• Alabama Crimson Tide QB Tua Tagovailoa back at practice despite hand injury

    Alabama Crimson Tide QB Tua Tagovailoa back at practice despite hand injury

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    As Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa returned to practice in a limited role Thursday, we're learning more about what sent him to the hospital two days prior. Tua Tagovailoa sustained the injury when he hit his hand on a teammate Tuesday, according to his father. We're sure that Nick Saban won't be happy one of his players' parents was discussing their son's injury publicly.
  • Debut boy Paul Smyth scores late victor to beat South Korea

    Debut boy Paul Smyth scores late victor to beat South Korea

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    The South Koreans had gone ahead early on through Kwon Chang-hoon but the hosts levelled when an ingenious free-kick routine led to Kim Min-jae scoring an own goal, with Smyth then stepping off the bench to grab a victor and help the Northern Irish move on from their World Cup play-off heartache.
  • Egypt coach makes huge Mohamed Salah claim

    Egypt coach makes huge Mohamed Salah claim

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    Asked whether Salah, who arrived for just £34.7million from Roma last summer, can maintain his form, he added: "I think it's all down to confidence". I think that's the difference when you're in a purple patch like that. "When I scored 47 goals we won the European Cup so it does need that little bit longer. I'm more pleased that we won three trophies than I did scoring 47 goals".
  • Assam: Class V girl gangraped and set ablaze in Nagaon

    Assam: Class V girl gangraped and set ablaze in Nagaon

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    The victim was found in a critical condition by one of her family members who saw smoke coming from the shed and was rushed to the hospital. Taking advantage of the minor being alone at home, the three accused executed their plan. Meanwhile, police has arrested two accused persons. After committing the crime the rapists poured kerosene oil on her and set her ablaze. As the accused are minors, they will be booked under the Juvenile Justice Act.
  • Senior Chinese official cautions United States over tariffs

    Senior Chinese official cautions United States over tariffs

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    The Chinese move appeared to be a warning shot aimed at increasing domestic US pressure on Trump by making clear which exporters, including farm areas that voted for the president in 2016, might be hurt. intellectual property rights by forcing American companies to transfer valuable technology to Beijing . A TV reporter's theatrical eyeroll during a long-winded question at a Beijing news conference stole the show during China's annual parliament session last week, exploding on Chinese ...
  • FM: Turkey won't force Syrian refugees to leave country

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    Three Turkish soldiers have died clearing mines in Syria's Afrin , following the capture of Afrin city from Kurdish forces at the weekend. "Our staff have met civilians who reported walking for 36 hours to reach safer areas", WHO's representative in Syria Elizabeth Hoff said in a statement .
  • Vice President Pence's Daughter Answers Mockers with Kindness

    Vice President Pence's Daughter Answers Mockers with Kindness

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    In Charlotte's version, Marlon Bundo , or BOTUS (Bunny of the United States), hangs out with "Grampa", aka the vice president. He pointed out that the Pence family book tour will include a stop with Focus on the Family, an organization that has promoted conversion therapy and said that homosexuality is "curable".
  • Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE:KMI)

    Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE:KMI)

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    Traders will often use multiple moving averages to analyze a single security. Weibo Corporation (NASDAQ:WB) has risen 239.00% since March 24, 2017 and is uptrending. Raymond James Tru Na holds 51,475 shares or 0.63% of its portfolio. WFC's profit will be $5.22 billion for 11.91 P/E if the $1.07 EPS becomes a reality.
  • Arrest in Kansas Water Slide Death Case

    Arrest in Kansas Water Slide Death Case

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    A 10-year-old boy who was the son of a state legislator died when he was riding a raft on the Verruckt waterslide in 2016. Schlitterbahn Water Park does not agree with him being charged in this young boy's death. The safety of our guests and employees has been at the forefront of our culture throughout our 40 years of operations. On the day in question, Caleb's father, state Rep.
  • Kyrie Irving expected to miss 3-6 weeks after knee surgery

    Kyrie Irving expected to miss 3-6 weeks after knee surgery

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    The Boston Celtics haven't had Kyrie Irving for the last five games, as the All-Star point guard has been dealing with a sore left knee that hasn't gotten better despite rest. That means there is a chance Irving will miss the first round of the postseason, and potentially more depending on his recovery time. Lately, Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown have been out with injuries.
  • Public service to be held for former Georgia Governor Zell Miller

    Public service to be held for former Georgia Governor Zell Miller

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    However, while he endorsed President Bush for a second term, he said he never considered joining the Bush Administration. Gov. Roy Barnes, a Democrat, appointed Miller to Coverdell's seat. "We can't all be born rich and handsome and lucky", Miller, then in his first term as governor, told fellow delegates at New York's Madison Square Garden.
  • Kremlin denies claim Sergei Skripal asked Putin for pardon

    Kremlin denies claim Sergei Skripal asked Putin for pardon

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    According to his friend Timoshkov, who he had known since school, Skripal did not see himself as a traitor as he had sworn an oath to the Soviet Union. The EU has recalled its ambassador to Russia, German Markus Ederer, "for consultations" after saying on Thursday it was "highly likely" Russia was behind the attack.
  • Mom faces charges after Facebook video shows baby smoking pot

    Mom faces charges after Facebook video shows baby smoking pot

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    Raleigh police thanked everyone who brought the video to their attention. The baby was placed with the county's child protective services department. "She deserves every minute in jail she receives", one person wrote. Price says he often would see Lofton and her baby in their neighborhood, and said the mom seemed friendly and attentive.
  • Sister of a slain Indian blames on Harjit

    Sister of a slain Indian blames on Harjit

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    Swaraj cited ID cards, long hair and kada bracelets-traditionally worn by Sikh men-found on the bodies as further evidence that the men had been found. However, Swaraj disputed this and has refused to confirm the deaths based on his account. Masih was one of the 40 Indian workers abducted by ISIS militant outfit.
  • Bride stabbed to death by father on the evening of her wedding

    Bride stabbed to death by father on the evening of her wedding

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    However, they finally gave their consent to their marriage. The talk was initiated after both parties approached the police to resolve the issue and police settled it amicably with the cooperation of both parties, he said. The victim was working in the dialysis centre of Manjeri Medical College. The bride, Athira, was in love with an Army man. The girl's father didn't approve of their relationship and was against it.
  • Trump signs spending bill after veto threat

    Trump signs spending bill after veto threat

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    After the US Senate passed the spending bill, Charles Schumer, the head Democrat in the Senate who has repeatedly said protections for DACA recipients is a top priority, heralded portions of it as victories, such as increased funding for childcare subsidies and low-income housing tax credits.
  • UK Investigators Raid Cambridge Analytica Offices In London

    UK Investigators Raid Cambridge Analytica Offices In London

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    The data watchdog is looking into claims that Cambridge Analytica , used by Donald Trump during his primary campaign, illegally mined users' Facebook data and then used it to target potential voters. Tayler insisted Cambridge Analytica "immediately" deleted raw user data after Facebook first raised concerns that it had been obtained outside of Facebook's terms of service.
  • SBI reported Kanishk Gold, Nathella Sampath as fraud accounts in 2017-end

    SBI reported Kanishk Gold, Nathella Sampath as fraud accounts in 2017-end

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    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has exposed yet another bank fraud worth Rs 824.15 crores against the Chennai-based jewellery chain Kanishk Gold Pvt Ltd. They said "some vested interests" may have leaked the complaint. When the stock audit was initiated on April 5 for the quarter March 2017, the promoter was unable for follow up.
  • Egypt arrests, deports British journalist ahead of presidential polls

    Egypt arrests, deports British journalist ahead of presidential polls

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    State security forces have cracked down on Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood organization and have tried to stamp out attacks by jihadists - including those by Islamic State (IS) militants. It has not yet been confirmed if the explosion is terror related, however Egyptian regime troops have been waging an offensive against an Islamic State-affiliated insurgency in the northern Sinai since February.
  • After Parkland shooting, worldwide 'March for Our Lives'

    After Parkland shooting, worldwide 'March for Our Lives'

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    Students are pulled out of class for counseling, and school workloads have been lightened for the month so students are not overly stressed - something that will end with the start of the fourth quarter. Schneid said that her participation will be both. The debate over arming teachers was also addressed by the students. "This isn't about gun control", said eighth grader Jonah Zuehls.
  • Trump Says He Signed Spending Bill, Reversing His Veto Threat

    Trump Says He Signed Spending Bill, Reversing His Veto Threat

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    The president kept Washington in suspense over what he would do on the spending bill. And just as had been noted by the administration for the past couple of days until this morning's tweet . Representatives Andre Carson (D), Luke Messer (R), Susan Brooks (R), Jackie Walorski (R), Jim Banks (R) and Pete Viclosky (D), voted for the spending bill, while Rokita and Rep.
  • Prez Trump's $60bn China tariff plan to hit tech, communications, aerospace industries

    Prez Trump's $60bn China tariff plan to hit tech, communications, aerospace industries

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    China announced a $3 billion list of US goods for possible retaliation in a tariff dispute with President Donald Trump and girded Friday for a bigger battle over technology policy as financial markets sank on fears of global disruption. "For the overall US-China relationship, we have always believed that the right approach is to base ourselves on mutual respect and extend our cooperation and manage our differences in a constructive way", said Tiankai.
  • Pro-Life Centers Have Free Speech, Too

    Pro-Life Centers Have Free Speech, Too

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    A California law requiring pregnancy centers that oppose abortion to post information about state-funded abortion services is the latest in a flurry of high court cases concerning "compelled speech". But after hostile news coverage threatened the clinic's funding, she posted the mandated disclosure. A political science and law professor, Schweber added that the Supreme Court has never directly weighed in on the relatively young professional-speech doctrine.
  • Mozilla Suspends Facebook Advertising Amid Cambridge Analytica Scandal

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    The British Information Commissioner's Office was granted a warrant by the High Court to search the London offices of the company late Friday, a move which is part of a wider investigation into political campaigning. Mozilla said it will consider resuming ads on Facebook if the company boosts protection for customer data, as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised during a media blitz Wednesday .
  • California High School Students Plan Pro-life Walkout

    California High School Students Plan Pro-life Walkout

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    The concern for safety is why the press, parents, and visitors were not permitted to come into either GL or Columbia Middle school, she said . One by one a student seated in one of the seventeen chairs mentioned a description of one of the seventeen victims in first person.
  • Kurdish fighters 'withdrawing' from northwest Iraq after Turkish warning

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    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday vowed to expand a military campaign in Syria to other Kurdish-held areas up to the Iraqi border. Ankara is seeking to clear its border area of YPG militants, as it regards them as terrorists, but Washington has used them as a reliable ground force against the Islamic State.
  • MoviePass lowers its monthly price, again

    MoviePass lowers its monthly price, again

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    The new price of $6.95 per month for new MoviePass subscribers represents a 30% decrease from the prior price of $9.95 per month. "Our vision has always been to make the movie going experience easy and affordable for anyone, anywhere", said MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe.
  • Lots of time on her hands as clocks go forward an hour

    Lots of time on her hands as clocks go forward an hour

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    Early tomorrow morning (Sunday) will see the clocks go forward one hour to make way for British Summer Time (BST). Changing the hour, for the start of British Summer Time , plays havoc with our circadian rhythms, or "body clock". As the clocks go forward, the change to BST means you sadly lose an hour of sleep. Daylight Saving Time will be in force until October 28. The golf industry says one extra month of Daylight Saving Time can generate up to £246.6million a year in extra sales and ...
  • New athletes providing spark for track program

    New athletes providing spark for track program

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    We want to go to state again this year for our relays and we want to win conference... Freshman Jordan Stopak scored Boone Central/Newman Grove's only event victory, running 6:03.40 in the 1600 meter run. "This is why I'm here, this where I need to be right now", Whisler said. Junior Sandra Casas threw well in her first action of the season, placing third in the shot put on a personal-record heave of 26-feet-7-3/4-inches.
  • Stock markets gyrate on worries about a trade war

    Stock markets gyrate on worries about a trade war

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    As a result, the market has again been dragged into correction territory, mounting more losses to the $25 billion that flowed out of USA stocks in the week through Wednesday. Not every company breaks out how much of its revenue comes from overseas, but FactSet estimates that 30.5 percent of revenue at big companies in the S&P 500 comes from outside the United States.
  • Rajya Sabha: BJP extends lead over Congress, still short of half-way mark

    Rajya Sabha: BJP extends lead over Congress, still short of half-way mark

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    West Bengal, Karnataka , Chhattisgarh and Kerala will also feature in the polls. The votes secured by Mr Prakash are 33 and Mr Yadav got 32 votes. BJP can easily win 8 of the 10 seats left. Besides congratulating PM Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah , Adityanath thanked Independent MLAs and the one "who voted in favour of the BJP by listening to his inner voice" - referring to BSP MLA Anil Singh.
  • Lalu Yadav Gets 14 Years in Fourth Fodder Scam Case

    Lalu Yadav Gets 14 Years in Fourth Fodder Scam Case

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    Senior RJD leader Raghuvansh Prasad, while objecting against Lalu's conviction and ex-CM Jagannath Mishra's acquittal in the third case linked to fodder scam, accused the court of targeting the former due to his "lower caste". He is still facing trial in the last case in Jharkhand. Lalu was unable to appear before the court while being sentenced to rims in Ranchi hospital in Ranchi .
  • Tropical Cyclone Nora could hit Queensland coast as category three storm

    Tropical Cyclone Nora could hit Queensland coast as category three storm

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    On Saturday morning Nora was about 275km northwest of Weipa, and was moving southwest at 20km/h. The forecast winds are strong enough to cause roof and structural damage if Nora hits a populated area. Gales with gusts of up to 110km/h could develop in coastal areas between Elcho Island and Cape Shield, including Nhulunbuy, on Friday if the system takes a slightly more southerly track than forecast.
  • TDP's move to quit NDA

    TDP's move to quit NDA "unfortunate and unilateral": BJP President Amit Shah

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    He went on to claim that while the central government continues to provide special benefits to North Eastern states but had the same benefit accorded to Andhra Pradesh, many more industries could have come out of crisis. "It (decision) will be construed as being guided wholly and exclusively by political considerations instead of developmental concerns". You may recall that during the previous Lok Sabha and in the Rajya Sabha, when your party did not have adequate representation, it was the ...