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Their beef only grew from there and Drew began to take interest as it did. The two met before the game and have plans to hang out after Boston's season ends. The former No. 1 overall pick by the Patriots doesn't mind reconnecting with his first professional home. Bledsoe spoke with the media after the game and teased a potential collaboration with Rozier on a "Terry Rosè" wine.
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    On May 2nd the organization Boy Scouts Of America revealed its new campaign called "Scout Me In" showing how the organization is opening up its doors and campfires to both boys and girls. Surbaugh said that having separate units for boys and girls should alleviate concerns that girls joining the BSA for the first time might be at a disadvantage in seeking leadership opportunities.
  • Trump's EPA: a captive of industry?

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    The memo does not detail any specific incident in which Pruitt was said to be in danger or what exactly is meant by " lashing out ". "He didn't want anybody to question anything", Kevin Chmielewski, Pruitt's former deputy chief of staff for operations, told The Times .
  • SEC challenges HC order in SC

    SEC challenges HC order in SC

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    Earlier, the Calcutta High Court had directed the election commission to accept the nominations of a few independent candidates from Bhangar in South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, who filed their nominations for Panchayat polls through Whatsapp.
  • Pakistan airs concern over USA withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal

    Pakistan airs concern over USA withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal

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    Earlier this month, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released a statement saying that according to its December 2015 Board of Governors report, "the agency had no credible indication of activities in Iran relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device after 2009".
  • Pakistan laments Trump's withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal

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    Trump on Tuesday said he was reimposing economic sanctions on Tehran and pulling his country out of the deal, achieved through months-long negotiations. The 2015 nuclear accord placed unprecedented restrictions on Iran's nuclear program in exchange for billions of dollars in relief from worldwide sanctions, but Trump has consistently railed against it since he began his bid for America's highest office, repeatedly claiming it is the "worst deal" he has ever seen.
  • Google's AI Brings Us The Most Human-Like Experience

    Google's AI Brings Us The Most Human-Like Experience

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    Using WaveNet technology, Google can simulate entire vocabularies without having actual human recordings. "We want to proceed with caution", says the Search giant's Vice President of Product and Design for Google Assistant and Search, Nick Fox, and, Google's Vice President of Engineering, Yossi Matias.
  • Despite overnight rocket volley, schools to open on Golan Heights

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    Syrian air defenses engaged missiles that Israeli warplanes are launching from outside the country's territory, SANA reported on Thursday. Lt Col Conricus said that around 20 projectiles , most likely rockets, were fired by the Quds Force, an external arm of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps.
  • First Signs Go Up For US Embassy in Jerusalem

    First Signs Go Up For US Embassy in Jerusalem

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    The constitution forbids officials to hold two posts simultaneously. Israel's Ambassador to Paraguay Ze'ev Harel indicated that Israel is very grateful for this "important decision to transfer the embassy of Paraguay". The question of Jerusalem is one of the thorniest of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel took control of East Jerusalem from Jordan in the 1967 Six-Day War and later annexed it.
  • Arvind Kejriwal's nephew arrested on PWD graft charges

    Arvind Kejriwal's nephew arrested on PWD graft charges

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    Vinay Bansal who was taken into custody earlier in the day is the son of Surender Bansal, Kejriwal's brother-in-law. In 2017, the ACB had registered three separate cases after it had received complaint alleging a scam in the PWD. However, the Delhi government alleged political vendetta behind the arrest, claiming that the construction work undertaken by Bansal's firm was given a clean chit by Sriram Labs, which was directed by the ACB to do the inspection.
  • Burst dam in Kenya kills at least 27

    Burst dam in Kenya kills at least 27

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    It is a disaster", said Rongai police chief Joseph Kioko. Officials said the dam water and mud spilt out of the reservoir and submerged homes, extending to a radius of almost two kilometres. The Patel dam in Nakuru County broke its walls last night, and swept away hundreds of homes downstream, reports the BBC's Ferdinand Omondi in Nairobi .
  • 12 killed in Uttar Pradesh thunderstorm

    12 killed in Uttar Pradesh thunderstorm

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    On Tuesday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) had issued a warning of thunderstorm accompanied with squall. In Mathura's Mant tehsil, 55-year-old Shakuntala Singh was killed after he came in contact with an electricity pole. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had faced criticism then for not heading back immediately from the Karnataka election campaign, as news of the casualties poured in from his own state.
  • Police scramble to pull sleeping man from burning vehicle

    Police scramble to pull sleeping man from burning vehicle

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    Police were responding to several calls about a smoking vehicle parked on the street in Roselle Park, New Jersey Saturday when they discovered a man slumped over in the driver's seat. Two officers are then seen a few seconds later picking up the man by his arms and legs and taking him to a grassy area on the sidewalk. The caller also reported the auto was possibly occupied.
  • Parents 'Fuming' After UK Government Announces Plans To Ban Wet Wipes

    Parents 'Fuming' After UK Government Announces Plans To Ban Wet Wipes

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    It is likely that the wet wipe problem is affecting other rivers around the country. Wet wipes have been the reason for river blockage and feeding the growth of "fatbergs" in sewers. A museum employee poses behind a piece of fatberg, a congealed lump of fat, sanitary napkins, wet wipes, condoms, diapers and similar items found in sewer systems, on display at the Museum of London , in central London, on February 8, 2018.
  • +2 results declared, pass percentage at 83.75%

    +2 results declared, pass percentage at 83.75%

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    The overall pass percentage for the exam is 83 .75%. ■ Open keralaresults .nic.in and click on the Kerala DHSE results 2018 link. Around 4.6 lakh students appeared for the Kerala Class 12 examination conducted across the state, Mahe (part of Puducherry), Lakshadweep and Gulf countries.
  • Don Blankenship Just Lost

    Don Blankenship Just Lost

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    Renacci first entered the governor's race but jumped into the Senate primary after State Treasurer Josh Mandel decided not to run due to his wife's health. He now faces GOP primary victor Jim Renacci, currently a House member from Ohio's 16th District. Pat Tiberi. The race had become a proxy fight between Tiberi, a GOP moderate, and conservative Republican Rep.
  • Australian scientist plans to kill himself with 'Swiss option'

    Australian scientist plans to kill himself with 'Swiss option'

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    Ecologist David Goodall , who is not terminally ill, told a news conference in Switzerland that he was ready for the end. Yahoo brings you live coverage of his press conference, 24 hours before he plans to die. To elect euthanasia in Victoria, a candidate must be terminally ill and less than six months from imminent death. He told reporters that he hasn't enjoyed life for some time now, likening some instances of it to a prison.
  • Bioluminescent bloom lights up waves

    Bioluminescent bloom lights up waves

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    Bioluminescence expert Michael Latz says the glow hasn't happened in California in almost five years. The phenomenon is caused when huge numbers of dinoflagellates form in what's known as a bloom , according to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego.
  • House Republicans, Defying Leaders, Move to Force Immigration Votes

    House Republicans, Defying Leaders, Move to Force Immigration Votes

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    The petition has more than a dozen Republicans on it already, Denham said, and while the members would not reveal their list of supporters in advance, they did note the signatories come from across the ideological spectrum. In a meeting Tuesday with Ryan, Denham said he told the speaker he had the backing he needs. The rule also allows for the authors of the bills to change them, and the members expected all of the proposals would evolve before a floor vote - especially to include language ...
  • Congress projects Rahul Gandhi as Prime Ministerial Face For 2019 Elections

    Congress projects Rahul Gandhi as Prime Ministerial Face For 2019 Elections

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    Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has reiterated his statement from 2013 state assembly elections. Patel made it clear that his party would support the farmers movement to be organized in Palghar in Maharashtra on on June 3rd against the move to acquire land for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project.
  • Yemeni government supports Trump's decision on Iran nuclear deal

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    The Saudi foreign ministry accused Iran of using economic gains from the lifting of sanctions to develop ballistic missiles and support militants. The Arab League on Wednesday called for the Iran nuclear deal to be revised, a day after President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the accord.
  • Eric: Warm temps, showers expected

    Eric: Warm temps, showers expected

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    Thursday will be mostly sunny again with a slight chance for afternoon showers and storms. High temperatures for Monday afternoon are expected to range from mid to upper 60s along the Jersey Shore, to the lower 70s further inland. Nighttime lows drop into the lower to mid 60s. Closer to the coast, however, a storm system will probably maintain an on-shore flow and thicker clouds overhead pretty much all day.
  • White House tree planted by two presidents 'gone'

    White House tree planted by two presidents 'gone'

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    The Tory MP, who has long supported Trump's visit to the country, said: "I think it's great news and absolutely superb following the state visit of France's President Macron to the United States". No official explanation has been given, although a source in the Elysee Palace cited by the Huffington Post said the tree was in quarantine. A TREE planted on the White House lawn as a symbol of friendship between the U.S.
  • Modi is busy serving the BJP party, not the nation!

    Modi is busy serving the BJP party, not the nation!

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    In Bengaluru , Prime Minister Modi said that Karnataka needs "sensitive" and "receptive" Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP ) government unlike Congress which has no vision for the state. The six Cs of Congress: culture of congress, communalism, casteism, crime, corruption and contractorship has destroyed the state completely. "It displays his ego", said Modi today in a campaign rally in Kolar in Karnataka.
  • Termination of coverage notices going out to nursing homes

    Termination of coverage notices going out to nursing homes

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    The head of the state health department called it a "disappointing" and "unprecedented day" as she announced that written notices are going out to almost 40,000 Medicaid recipients warning that they could lose benefits due to the ongoing budget crisis.
  • Juventus thrash AC Milan to win Coppa Italia

    Juventus thrash AC Milan to win Coppa Italia

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    Juventus are nearly certain to add this year's Serie A title to their trophy cabinet and complete a fourth successive double. "The lads had an extraordinary game and deserved this win, taking nothing away from Milan , who had a good first half", said Allegri.
  • IAEA confirms Iran fulfilling nuclear-related commitments

    IAEA confirms Iran fulfilling nuclear-related commitments

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    He threatened the Iranian govt. and the Iranian nation, claiming he would do one thing or another. In comments before schoolteachers, Khamenei told Trump: "You can not do a damn thing!" Mr Johnson's comments came amid fears that the reimposition of U.S.
  • Monica Lewinsky Uninvited From An Event Because Bill Clinton Attended

    Monica Lewinsky Uninvited From An Event Because Bill Clinton Attended

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    It's unclear what event Lewinsky was referring to, but HuffPost reported the former White House intern was uninvited from Town & Country magazine's philantrophy summit, which took place Wednesday morning at Hearst Tower in NY. The publication tweeted that Clinton introduced Parkland shooting survivor and gun control advocate Emma Gonzalez at their Town & Country Philanthropy Summit on Wednesday morning.
  • Iran's currency plunges after USA pulls out of nuclear deal

    Iran's currency plunges after USA pulls out of nuclear deal

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    Trump announced that he was withdrawing the United States from what he called the "decaying and rotten" Iran nuclear deal signed by the Obama regime in 2015, putting him on a collision course with America's closest allies . European commissioners are expected to decide whether to go ahead next week in Brussels, setting the stage for EU government leaders to take a final decision at a summit in Sofia on May 17.
  • Germany reaffirms Iran nuclear deal but business worries abound

    Germany reaffirms Iran nuclear deal but business worries abound

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    The direct effects from the newly imposed sanctions on Iran will all depend on how high the price of crude oil gets and who will help fill the gap. "We express regret over this decision made by the United States ", Geng said. Companies and banks doing business with Iran will have to scramble to extricate themselves or run afoul of the USA government. "I welcome the withdrawal of the United States from the nuclear deal", said General Mohammad Ali Jafari, head of the elite ...
  • Man used white supremacist group to hire

    Man used white supremacist group to hire "hit man" for black neighbor

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    The suspect apparently wanted his Black neighbor killed and the Federal Bureau of Investigation shortly began investigating Lecroy once a private source said the man tried to enlist a white supremacist to commit murder for hire, U.S. Lecroy sent the agent photos of the neighbor, according to court papers, and allegedly pointed out his neighbor's home to the agent. Lecroy said he wanted an untraceable, not-stolen "ghost gun".
  • Wilbur Ross: US and China Are 'Pretty Far Apart' in Trade Talks

    Wilbur Ross: US and China Are 'Pretty Far Apart' in Trade Talks

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    Xi hailed last week's Beijing trade negotiation as "candid, effective and constructive", adding that China and the United States should maintain the momentum necessary to find proper solutions to existing problems and achieve "mutually beneficial' results, Xinhua reports ".
  • Former CIA Officer Charged With Spying For China

    Former CIA Officer Charged With Spying For China

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    U.S. prosecutors formally accused a former Central Intelligence Agency officer of violating federal laws by sharing information with Chinese intelligence officers, activities that some suspect is linked to the killing of more than a dozen CIA informants in China .
  • What Mom Wants for Mother's Day

    What Mom Wants for Mother's Day

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    Just over one third of Mother's Day shoppers, 34 percent, will spend $4.6 billion on jewelry for moms and 55 percent will spend $4.4 billion on food experiences - such as brunch or dinner. Don't forget the finger food, including creole chicken "n" black bean egg rolls and deviled eggs. Moms will be admitted free (though space is limited); kids pay $8 and other adults $16 for this unique outdoor activity.
  • USA tells German businesses to stop trade in Iran 'immediately'

    USA tells German businesses to stop trade in Iran 'immediately'

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    Grenell presented his credentials Tuesday to German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. As @ realDonaldTrump said, USA sanctions will target critical sectors of Iran's economy. German politician Omid Nouripour, the head of the foreign policy committee in Germany's parliament and a leader with the country's Greens party who was born in Iran, also criticized the comments.
  • Amano: IAEA confirms Iran's commitment to nuclear pledges

    Amano: IAEA confirms Iran's commitment to nuclear pledges

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    The decision marks a bitter defeat for Washington's European allies , who have spent months beseeching President Trump to stay in a deal that he has denounced as "insane". China and Russian Federation were also a part of the deal. "The deal provided Iran with an immediate income of billions of dollars, which instead of bringing about moderation, brought increased Iranian irredentism across the Middle East".
  • Lava from Hawaii volcano swallows auto

    Lava from Hawaii volcano swallows auto

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    Earlier yesterday, residents of the hardest-hit area, Leilani Estates , drove through clouds of sulphur and over cracked roads to make desperate and possibly last visits home before another eruption. The next problem facing residents: acid rain and volcanic smog. Another image, also from Sunday, shows yellow and green streaks depicting sulfur dioxide gas , which can be risky at high levels.