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Despite a sprained ligament in his hand, Patriots QB Tom Brady would play against Jacksonville . Now we're wondering how the Jaguars could play the fourth quarter so conservatively until it was too late. They arrived in Houston previous year on the Monday before the Super Bowl. He is trying to become the first backup quarterback to win a Super Bowl since Brady did it in the 2001 season.
  • President Donald Trump is rejecting a proposed bipartisan immigration bill

    President Donald Trump is rejecting a proposed bipartisan immigration bill

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    They came just hours after the White House announced it will release a "legislative framework" for immigration reform on Monday that is acceptable to both Democrats and Republicans. Trump thought he wanted a "big, lovely wall" along the southern border, with Mexico paying the cost. Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., said in a statement that he was "extremely pleased with the number of senators - from both sides of the aisle" - who had accepted his invitation.
  • Commuter train crash near Milan leaves 3 dead, 110 injured

    Commuter train crash near Milan leaves 3 dead, 110 injured

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    The six-carriage Trenord train left Cremona, a city about 90 kilometres south-east of Milan, at about 5:30 am and derailed at around 7am near the suburban municipality of Pioltello. One of the carriages was lying across the track, bent nearly at a right angle. Journalists watched from a field about 100 metres away from the site, where three helicopters arrived to rush the injured to hospital while another patrolled the area.
  • Dash cam video shows fatal shooting by Park Police

    Dash cam video shows fatal shooting by Park Police

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    Park Police. Police in Fairfax County have now chose to release the four-minute video, captured by one of their officers' dashboard cameras while he was shadowing the chase. Ghaisar flees. Roessler said that he has been in contact with Ghaisar's family and they saw the video before it was released to the public. The lawyers, Roy L.
  • Rohingya crisis: USA negotiator quits advisory panel

    Rohingya crisis: USA negotiator quits advisory panel

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    After three days of meetings he denounced it as a "cheerleading operation" and accused Ms Suu Kyi, a former political prisoner and Nobel Peace Prize victor, of lacking moral courage. "It has become clear that I can not in good conscience serve in this role", Richardson said. "(Suu Kyi) told Mr Richardson to keep to the correct agenda".
  • New Jersey will sue over Trump immigration order

    New Jersey will sue over Trump immigration order

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    Patel, a DACA recipient, came to the US from India at the age of five and passed the bar exams of both New Jersey and Pennsylvania in 2016. In the executive order , Murphy called on the New Jersey Department of Health and Board of Medical Examiners to review the state's existing medical marijuana program .
  • Women journalists protest separation during Pence visit to Jerusalem

    Women journalists protest separation during Pence visit to Jerusalem

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    The female journalists created a hashtag - #PenceFence - and took to social media to decry the second-class treatment. The Western Wall, one of the holiest sites in Judaism, typically segregates men and women during prayer. Sources from the foundation that USA personnel were responsible for the media arrangements. First at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office on Monday morning, a visiting female journalist from Finland's state television was asked to remove her bra during ...
  • Trump says he is willing to be interviewed under oath by Mueller

    Trump says he is willing to be interviewed under oath by Mueller

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    When questioned by reporters yesterday on the matter, Mr Trump said Mr Wray did not resign, adding "he's going to do a good job". The roles Sessions has played within the Trump campaign and the administration make him of prime interest to Mueller, who is probing not just possible collusion but also efforts by the president to obstruct the investigation.
  • Pakistan vs New Zealand 2nd T20

    Pakistan vs New Zealand 2nd T20

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    The pair made the most of Eden Park´s short boundaries to comfortably dispatch anything short or wide for four . Pakistan's top order had previously failed throughout the ODI and T20 series but clicked on Thursday when it worked from a strong foundation.
  • Trump says he'd be willing to speak to Mueller under oath

    Trump says he'd be willing to speak to Mueller under oath

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    Trump said, however, that setting a date certain for an interview would be "subject to my lawyers and all of that". "I would love to do it", he said, going on to say he "would do it under oath". Mr McCabe said he told the president that he did not vote in the 2016 presidential election, according to the Washington Post . Representatives for the CIA said the USA intelligence agency had no comment on NBC's report.
  • Colleges name local students to dean's lists

    Colleges name local students to dean's lists

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    Bradley Scott of Buffalo was among the students who the press release states earned recognition for their academic achievements by making the Dean's List at Lander. The University offers more than 100 undergraduate majors, graduate and professional degrees at the master's, specialist and doctoral level as well as numerous worldwide study offerings including locations in Australia, Chile, England, France, Greece, Italy and Zambia.
  • State police detective, trooper wounded in southern MI

    State police detective, trooper wounded in southern MI

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    Kristie Etue says that D/Sgt. Aaron Steensma, who is posted in Marshall, Michigan, is in serious, but stable condition at Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo. No further details were released. The attorney general's office said Wednesday that the grand jury concluded its deliberations January 10 and decided against indicting the trooper who fired.
  • Pakistan reach semi-final with nervy 3-wicket win against South Africa

    Pakistan reach semi-final with nervy 3-wicket win against South Africa

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    South Africa will now enter the Plate Championship portion of the competition where they will play for, at best fifth position overall. While batting first, Australia U-19 Team was bowled out for just 127 in 33.3 overs. Pakistan was the better side with both bat and ball. Zaryab was well accompanied by Saad to add 65 crucial runs for the sixth wicket, which proved to be decisive in a low-scoring affair.
  • Indian origin man designated as global terrorist by US

    Indian origin man designated as global terrorist by US

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    Since joining ISIS he has since appeared masked in a propaganda video, where prisoners are executed. The US state department confirmed that Dhar, dubbed Jihadi Sid, was considered a replacement for Mohammed Emwazi, who was called Jihadi John after being videoed murdering dozens of hostages, and that the US now...
  • Best music events in honor of the Grammys' return to NYC

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    Jay-Z is the leader of the 2018 Grammy Award nominations in a year where the top four categories are heavily dominated by rap and R&B artists, giving the often overlooked genres a strong chance of winning big. To determine the best-selling Grammy Award winners of all time , 24/7 Wall St. analyzed album and digital singles sales data from the Recording Industry Association of America.
  • Judge dismisses several counts against Sen. Robert Menendez in bribery case

    Judge dismisses several counts against Sen. Robert Menendez in bribery case

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    They claim that Melgen, an ophthalmologist and long-time friend of Menendez, sought the senator's intervention on the doctor's behalf in an $8.9 million Medicare billing dispute, as well as visa applications of Melgen's foreign girlfriends and a contested port security contract in the Dominican Republic that would benefit one of Melgen's companies.
  • White House says it will send immigration 'framework' to Congress

    White House says it will send immigration 'framework' to Congress

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    The White House on Tuesday staked out a hard line on immigration negotiations in the Congress, as lawmakers in both parties tried to sort out how best to reach an agreement by February 8 to deal with almost 700,000 thousand illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States as children, under the Obama Administration's DACA program.
  • CNN's Don Lemon Points the Finger in Death Threats Against CNN Employees

    CNN's Don Lemon Points the Finger in Death Threats Against CNN Employees

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    Worldwide chief Jeff Zucker said he would use his weekly staff-wide town hall on Thursday to address the threats for which MI resident Brandon Griesemer was arrested and later released on bond. Added Lemon: "And if one of us is hurt or god forbid something else in some way or another because you either don't understand the power of your words and/or you don't care, it won't be a fake injury or sadly a fake death , it'll be real".