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It's on: EPL title race heats up as Chelsea loses at United

It's on: EPL title race heats up as Chelsea loses at United

Player ratingsManchester United: David De Gea 7, Antonio Valencia 7, Eric Bailly 7, Marcos Rojo 8, Matteo Darmian 7, Marouane Fellaini 7, Ander Herrera 8, Paul Pogba 7, Ashley Young 7, Jesse Lin...

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Bulls beat Celtics 101-94; Thomas plays after sister's death

Bulls beat Celtics 101-94; Thomas plays after sister's death

Thomas, 22, the sister of National Basketball Association star Isaiah Thomas , according to family friends. Thomas' sister tragically died on Saturday in a vehicle crash, but he still took the co...

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After winning gold, Rose is going for green jacket

After winning gold, Rose is going for green jacket

Rose will be in the last duo out today at 2:45 pm (1845 GMT) with Garcia just after Rickie Fowler and 2015 Masters victor Jordan Spieth, who climbed up the leaderboard with a 68. Justin Rose birdied...

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Mashrafe Mortaza announces retirement from T20

Mashrafe Mortaza announces retirement from T20

Amongst Bangladeshi bowlers, only Mashrafe Mortaza got two wickets for 32 runs in his four overs. Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza , who announced his retirement from Twenty20 global cricket...

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Missile strike punctuated Trump talks with China's Xi on North Korea

Discussions about China's rise and America's relative decline have been ongoing for nearly a decade. The missile strikes catapulted Washington into confrontation with Russian Federation, which has a...

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Brown off as Celtic held in controversial finish

Brown off as Celtic held in controversial finish

The fun didn't stop there, though, as Celtic captain Scott Brown was sent off for a risky tackle on the goalscorer, although he is set to play in the Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers as his clu...

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Chance for severe weather in NW Oklahoma Saturday, central Oklahoma Sunday

Chance for severe weather in NW Oklahoma Saturday, central Oklahoma Sunday

In 2010, Minnesota led the nation in tornadoes with a total of 104. All of them were either an EF0 or EF1. Many radio and TV stations across the state will issue the test tornado warnings. When prepar...

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DPRK says it's "prepared to respond to all-out war, with all-out war"

The portraits of late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il are seen lit at dawn at Kim Il Sung Square on Saturday, April 15, 2017, in Pyongyang, North Korea. US officials said on Friday that Trump's ad...

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Carrie not a part of Star Wars: Episode IX

I didn't know this myself but apparently, the team who brought us the high adrenaline series Burnout also previously worked on the Star Wars: Battlefront VR experience that was released late previ...

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ISIS Death Toll from 'Mother of All Bombs' Hits 90

Since then, the number of ISIS fighters has dropped to between 600 and 700 from up to 3,000, according to US officials. An initial assessment said 36 militants had been killed. Pentagon officials ...

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Duterte heeds Beijing's warning, cancels visit to disputed island

Duterte heeds Beijing's warning, cancels visit to disputed island

Duterte set off alarm bells when he ordered troops to occupy and fortify the Spratly Islands in the hotly contested waters on 6 April, in a bid to reinforce his country's claims over the disputed te...

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N. Korea behavior 'can't continue', says U.S. security adviser McMaster

McMaster said , "I think there's an worldwide consensus now, including - including the Chinese and the Chinese leadership - that this is a situation that just can't continue". In response to Pyongyan...

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U.S. national security adviser says North Korea missile test provocative

The extended-range Scud missile in that earlier launch suffered an in-flight failure and fell into the sea off North Korea's east coast, according to US imagery and assessments. North Korea has carrie...

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Pence lands in South Korea after failed missile launch by North

This matters because while North Korea regularly launches short-range missiles, it is also developing mid-range and long-range missiles meant to target US troops in Asia and, eventually, the USA mainl...

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Donald Trump Just Forgot Which Country He Bombed Last Week

Donald Trump Just Forgot Which Country He Bombed Last Week

Now Russia is bad because it continues to support Syrian dictator Bashar Assad, who killed civilians, including "beautiful babies", with chemical weapons. "'But you want to make a great deal?" Why h...

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North Korean missile 'blows up' on launch

With the US Navy deployed near the Korean Peninsula, and experts speculating that Pyongyang was preparing another nuclear test, tensions have been rising in recent days. It also suggested that North...

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North Korea fires ballistic missile, but projectile explodes within seconds of lift-off

A North Korean missile exploded during its launch, United States and South Korean officials said - a high-profile failure that comes as a powerful USA aircraft supercarrier approaches the Korean Pen...

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Faithful flock to Vatican as pope celebrates Easter Sunday

Faithful flock to Vatican as pope celebrates Easter Sunday

The pope's celebration of Easter got underway the night before in a packed St. Peter's Basilica. Similar services, known as the Stations of the Cross, were taking place in cities around the world as...

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Warmer Air Builds for the Holiday Weekend

As for temperatures, with a few more clouds, afternoon highs will be a degree or two cooler than the past couple of days but still well above average for mid-April. By the late afternoon and evening w...

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We celebrate Easter year-round

We celebrate Easter year-round

Easter 2017 is here, and those who want to celebrate the day by sharing a quote will have plenty of sayings, poems, and Bible verses to share on social media. "At St James, we will have a special Eas...

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USA and Russian Federation struggle to overcome rifts in Moscow

Mr Putin said he believed the USA would launch more missile strikes, and rebels were planning to stage chemical attacks to provoke more strikes. Boris Johnson has said he is "dismayed" at Russia'...

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Emergency declared after Egypt bombings

Emergency declared after Egypt bombings

Copts, who make up about one tenth of Egypt's population of more than 92 million and who celebrate Easter next weekend, have been targeted by several attacks in recent months. We heard voices telling ...

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Millions of Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter

The Holy Fire ceremony is part of Orthodox Easter rituals and the flame symbolizes the resurrection of Christ in a ceremony dating back to the 12th century. Good Friday comes after Maundy Thursday or ...

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North Korea fails in new missile test: Seoul

North Korea fails in new missile test: Seoul

The Yonhap news agency in South Korea first reported the failed launch, citing the South Korean military. After a two-month policy review, officials settled on a policy dubbed "maximum pressure and ...

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Protesters To Take To Streets To Demand Trump Release Tax Returns

The tax marches, also seen in Philadelphia and dozens of other US cities, coincided with the April 18 deadline for tax returns in 2017. Protesters say Americans deserve to know about Trump's potenti...

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North Korean missile explodes on launch

North Korean missile explodes on launch

Mr Trump described the U.S. nuclear-powered warships heading towards the region as an "armada" last week, while Mr Pence warned that a policy of "strategic patience" with North Korea is over. Washingt...

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UN Security Council unanimously votes to end peacekeeping mission in Haiti

The peacekeepers were deployed in 2004 when a rebellion led to the ouster and exile of then-President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. It will focus on the rule of law, building Haitian police capacities and m...

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Leapfrog Hospital Safety Report: Patient Safety Improving, but Critical Work Remains

Leapfrog Hospital Safety Report: Patient Safety Improving, but Critical Work Remains

East Georgia Regional Medical Center was the only hospital rated in the immediate area and received a "C" grade. St. Joseph Mercy Livingston's full grade can be viewed through the link. Despite the ...

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No Significant Chemical Discharge From US Steel Spill

No Significant Chemical Discharge From US Steel Spill

Hexavalent chromium was made more well-known after the 2000 film " Erin Brockovich ", which was based on a utility's disposal of water laced with the chemical in California. In any case, no evidence o...

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United CEO Says Airline Won't Use Law Enforcement Officers To Remove Passengers

United CEO Says Airline Won't Use Law Enforcement Officers To Remove Passengers

As previously reported, Elizabethtown, Kentucky, resident Dr. David Dao and three other passengers were randomly selected to leave so that four United Airlines employees could take their place. Unit...

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