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It's not quite the same as winning a third term, which he says he could have done, but the Gallup organization says the current resident of the White House will leave on a relative, if declining, high note: Americans are most likely to name President Barack Obama as the man they admire most in 2016. Twenty-two percent mentioned Obama in response to the open-ended question. President-elect Donald Trump was second at...
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Dwyane Wade and LeBron James have a detailed and fun handshake to celebrate a win. As for Wade and Kevin Love...not as much.
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The vote reflects Trump administration and congressional Republican efforts to undo regulations that the Republican Party argues harm the free market.
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With Paraguay removing visa requirements for Singaporeans, the Singapore passport is now the "most powerful" in the world, with a visa-free score of 159.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.
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MSM setting up downfall of Clintons to make persecution of Trump not seem political...
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Suburbicon star Matt Damon's given conflicting statements about his knowledge surrounding Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual predations.
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Gory new primetime drama Gunpowder has been defended by the BBC after viewers were left shaken. The broadcaster's new drama shocked audiences with graphic scenes of torture and execution, airing only minutes after the watershed on Saturday night (21 October).
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A judge denied bond Tuesday for five Michigan teenagers charged with throwing a rock off a highway overpass and killing a passenger in a van.
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In more of the Trumpian brand of populism, the Senate has cleared the way for corporations to include arbitration clauses in the fine print of rip-off contracts.
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With Vice President Mike Pence breaking a Senate tie, Congress overturned a rule by an Obama-appointed financial regulator that would have made it easier for consumers to sue banks in groups.
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White House press secretary gets called out for "hypocrisy."
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A judge denied bond Tuesday for five Michigan teenagers charged with throwing a rock off a highway overpass and killing a passenger in a van. The group of teens, aged 15-17, were arraigned in Genesee County district courtroom.
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If a president is dangerous, he should be checked and balanced by Congress. But this Republican Congress still chooses partisanship over principle.
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Police are searching for an armed suspect in Norwich, officers said on Monday night.
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Clayton Kershaw and Dallas Keuchel are engaged in a battle of aces as the two Cy Young Award winners are holding each team to just one run, as the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros are tied 1-1, in...
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A law firm representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC entered into an agreement with a research firm that produced the infamous dossier, it was reported.
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Smith, 42, patted her hand on the letters: "Neysa T." On either side of her, a brick wall running along Westcliff Drive was adorned with 57 more colorful hearts containing the names of the other men and women killed in Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas.
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The Senate has voted to nullify a consumer-oriented rule that would let millions of Americans band together to sue their banks or credit card companies. Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to stop the rule from going into effect — the fifth instance he has broken a 50-50 tie since taking office. Many consumers must go through an arbitrator to resolve financial disputes, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized a rule that bans most types of mandatory arbitration clauses. The rule exposed banks to large class-action lawsuits. Supporters say that possibility...
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Two of baseball's best pitchers made very few mistakes in the opening game of the World Series, as the Los Angeles Dodgers edged the Houston Astros 3-1 in Los Angeles. Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw pitched seven strong innings, giving up a measly three hits and one run.
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It's not quite the same as winning a third term, which he says he could have done, but the Gallup organization says the current resident of the White House will leave on a relative, if declining, high note: Americans are most likely to name President Barack Obama as the man they admire most in 2016. Twenty-two percent mentioned Obama in response to the open-ended question. President-elect Donald Trump was second at...
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Dwyane Wade and LeBron James have a detailed and fun handshake to celebrate a win. As for Wade and Kevin Love...not as much.
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The vote reflects Trump administration and congressional Republican efforts to undo regulations that the Republican Party argues harm the free market.
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With Paraguay removing visa requirements for Singaporeans, the Singapore passport is now the "most powerful" in the world, with a visa-free score of 159.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.
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MSM setting up downfall of Clintons to make persecution of Trump not seem political...
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Suburbicon star Matt Damon's given conflicting statements about his knowledge surrounding Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual predations.
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Gory new primetime drama Gunpowder has been defended by the BBC after viewers were left shaken. The broadcaster's new drama shocked audiences with graphic scenes of torture and execution, airing only minutes after the watershed on Saturday night (21 October).
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A judge denied bond Tuesday for five Michigan teenagers charged with throwing a rock off a highway overpass and killing a passenger in a van.
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In more of the Trumpian brand of populism, the Senate has cleared the way for corporations to include arbitration clauses in the fine print of rip-off contracts.
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With Vice President Mike Pence breaking a Senate tie, Congress overturned a rule by an Obama-appointed financial regulator that would have made it easier for consumers to sue banks in groups.
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White House press secretary gets called out for "hypocrisy."
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A judge denied bond Tuesday for five Michigan teenagers charged with throwing a rock off a highway overpass and killing a passenger in a van. The group of teens, aged 15-17, were arraigned in Genesee County district courtroom.
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If a president is dangerous, he should be checked and balanced by Congress. But this Republican Congress still chooses partisanship over principle.
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Police are searching for an armed suspect in Norwich, officers said on Monday night.
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Clayton Kershaw and Dallas Keuchel are engaged in a battle of aces as the two Cy Young Award winners are holding each team to just one run, as the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros are tied 1-1, in...
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A law firm representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC entered into an agreement with a research firm that produced the infamous dossier, it was reported.
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Smith, 42, patted her hand on the letters: "Neysa T." On either side of her, a brick wall running along Westcliff Drive was adorned with 57 more colorful hearts containing the names of the other men and women killed in Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas.
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The Senate has voted to nullify a consumer-oriented rule that would let millions of Americans band together to sue their banks or credit card companies. Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to stop the rule from going into effect — the fifth instance he has broken a 50-50 tie since taking office. Many consumers must go through an arbitrator to resolve financial disputes, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized a rule that bans most types of mandatory arbitration clauses. The rule exposed banks to large class-action lawsuits. Supporters say that possibility...
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Two of baseball's best pitchers made very few mistakes in the opening game of the World Series, as the Los Angeles Dodgers edged the Houston Astros 3-1 in Los Angeles. Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw pitched seven strong innings, giving up a measly three hits and one run.