• Michel Barnier: Boris Johnson's whistling noise is actually the clock ticking
Michel Barnier: Boris Johnson's whistling noise is actually the clock ticking

Scottish National Party leader Sturgeon wanted to stay in the European Union and opposes May's plan to pull Britain out of Europe's single market as the price of controlling immigration from the bloc. He added: 'On subjects of such importance, it is essential to make sure that we and our partners are on the same political line before we seek te...

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  • Bernie Sanders Says He Hasn't Ruled Out Running For President In 2020
Bernie Sanders Says He Hasn't Ruled Out Running For President In 2020

Sanders said, "I think at a frightening place, in a place where people all over this country are scratching their heads, they're incredibly anxious about the temperament of this president - I don't have to tell you anything about that". "But what is important is that there be a methodical, objective, bipartisan process that looks at this whole busi...

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  • Premier League clubs commiserate with Kotoko after bus crash
Premier League clubs commiserate with Kotoko after bus crash

A first-half goal from Abdul Hadik Hudu was enough to end the Porcupines' nine games a without defeat and pushed them down to fourth in the league with eight games left to be played. The bus carrying players and officials of the Ghana Premier League team was returning to its base in Kumasi after a game against Inter Allies in Accra.

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  • Yankees acquire first baseman Garrett Cooper from Milwaukee
Yankees acquire first baseman Garrett Cooper from Milwaukee

Cooper, 26, has put up big numbers in Triple-A, batting.366 with 17 homers and 82 RBI in 75 games. NY is now tied with the Rays at 3.5 games back of the Red Sox for first place in the American League East. "The 6'6", 230 pound right-handed prospect has played third base and the corner outfield positions but profiles best as a first basemen. In ...

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  • In Grandparents Helped Human Ancestors Get a Safer Night's Sleep
In Grandparents Helped Human Ancestors Get a Safer Night's Sleep

The ubiquity of smartphones and technology often gets the blame for the apparent lack of sleep we seem to be getting nowadays. The study authors claim that the different sleeping patterns of the old, when compared to the young, could be an evolutionary adaptation.

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  • Morgan Stanley Reiterates
Morgan Stanley Reiterates "Equal Weight" Rating for Fastenal Company

Wednesday's selloff seemed entirely due to spillover effects from MSC Industrial's near-term gross margin commentary. Short traders are feeling a little more bullish on shares of Fastenal Company of late looking at the change in short interest.

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  • Woman in court over death of toddler in apartment
Woman in court over death of toddler in apartment

Entry was forced and the infant child was found in his bedroom. No bail application was made as bail in murder cases can only be granted at the High Court. She made no reply. The 42-year-old has been remanded in custody for a week. There was no Garda objection. Wearing a purple sweater, blue jeans and glasses, she nodded when the brief procee...

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  • Trump's nominee for Federal Bureau of Investigation director vows to keep agency impartial
Trump's nominee for Federal Bureau of Investigation director vows to keep agency impartial

Wray, selected for the Federal Bureau of Investigation job last month after Trump fired James Comey , made clear that he disagreed with the characterization. That's one more question the Mueller probe must answer. Durbin also spoke about Donald Trump Jr.'s controversial email exchange about meeting a Russian attorney, whom an acquaintance ha...

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  • Squee! The National Zoo Has A Tiny New Sumatran Tiger Cub
Squee! The National Zoo Has A Tiny New Sumatran Tiger Cub

Jennifer D'Agostino, senior director of veterinary care. Keepers at the National Zoo watched the miraculous moment on a closed-circuit camera set up in Damai's den, and they continue to watch how the mom and her new baby bond. Keepers observed their reactions to determine how they might respond face-to-face. They bred several times between Februa...

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  • Turkish police kill suspected Daesh militants during operation
Turkish police kill suspected Daesh militants during operation

The putsch against the Ankara government, which left nearly 250 people dead, was suppressed over the course of some two days. Turkey has detained tens of thousands of citizens since the coup, which the Turkish government blames on Muhammed Fethullah Gülen, a US-based Turkish cleric.

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  • Sexual Assault Survivors Say Betsy DeVos' Stance on Title IX Is 'Traumatizing'
Sexual Assault Survivors Say Betsy DeVos' Stance on Title IX Is 'Traumatizing'

The statement received sharp criticism from advocates against campus sexual assault, who argue that focusing exclusively on the rights of the accused ignored that only 2% to 10% of sexual assault allegations tend to be false. In her statement of apology, Jackson said she was a rape survivor. On the flip side, wrongful accusations represent as littl...

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  • Xavi advises Barcelona against move for Hector Bellerin
Xavi advises Barcelona against move for Hector Bellerin

Diario Sport and Record had reported earlier this week the two clubs were locked in talks for Semedo, who has made over 60 appearances for Benfica . He is a football player with Barca DNA and he is showing at Arsenal that he is on another level. I would not bring them back in the future. Barcelona themselves like Semedo, because they have ...

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  • New Cease-Fire Begins in Parts of Southern Syria
New Cease-Fire Begins in Parts of Southern Syria

Such zones are a priority for the United States, and we're encouraged by the progress made to reach this agreement. They have all eventually collapsed. "In general there is quiet in the three provinces". The most suspenseful question may be whether the ceasefire blanket can be thrown across northern Syria in time to extinguish the smoldering conf...

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  • Harvard may ban all fraternities and sororities
Harvard may ban all fraternities and sororities

A group of faculty that had been tasked with studying the issue produced a report Wednesday calling for new students to be barred from participating in unofficial off-campus groups. had second thoughts about the punch process, especially having just learned three years after the fact of the damaging effect it had on one of his blockmates", the re...

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  • Nelson Cruz Stopped the All-Star Game to Have Yadier Molina Take a Picture of Him and Joe West
Nelson Cruz Stopped the All-Star Game to Have Yadier Molina Take a Picture of Him and Joe West

Cruz flew out with the phone in his pocket, so he was not forced to choose between sliding and not having to get a new phone. The only difference being that meant stepping into the batter's box in front of a worldwide TV audience, as he ended up flying out to center.

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  • Lily James to star in 'Mamma Mia' sequel
Lily James to star in 'Mamma Mia' sequel

Christine Baranski , who we know from The Good Fight , and Lily James , who was last seen in Baby Driver , have joined the movie over at Universal Pictures, which is scheduled to start filming very soon. She starred in the live-action Disney film Cinderella as well as the recent miniseries War & Peace. The highly-anticipated sequel is said...

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  • Want to own Michael Jackson's final album?
Want to own Michael Jackson's final album?

A photo from the auction house shows a blank CD-R with the word " Bible " written on it in marker. The CD includes 12 "master quality" tracks, three of which are unheard mixes of previously released songs: " Monster ", " Breaking News ", and " Stay ".

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  • US, Sudan: Trump Delays Decision On Sudan Sanctions
US, Sudan: Trump Delays Decision On Sudan Sanctions

On Tuesday, the USA postponed for three months a decision on whether to permanently lift sanctions on Sudan over its human rights record and other issues. Sudan has been subject to US sanctions for two decades, including measures imposed for terrorism in 1997, others imposed as a result of the Darfur conflict in 2006-7.

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  • Donald Trump Jr. Email Scandal Continues to Unfold
Donald Trump Jr. Email Scandal Continues to Unfold

Veselnitskaya told NBC News on Tuesday in an exclusive interview that the goal of the meeting with Trump Jr. was to discuss US sanctions against Russian Federation and she did not have any dirt on the Clinton campaign. Number two, when you say we can release. "What did he do?" said Sekulow. "They were published - he released them". A represent...

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  • Evangelical Leaders Lay Hands On Donald Trump In Group Prayer
Evangelical Leaders Lay Hands On Donald Trump In Group Prayer

In a CNN interview Tuesday, evangelical leader Johnnie Moore , who also posted the photo on his Twitter page , said, "We similarly prayed for President Obama but it's different with President Trump". CNN immediately tied the meeting to reports the administration has become unhinged following the latest allegations of collusion between the Trump...

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