• New trailer for Paterno starring Al Pacino as the disgraced football coach

    New trailer for Paterno starring Al Pacino as the disgraced football coach

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    HBO released a full trailer of " Paterno " Friday, a film starring Al Pacino as Joe Paterno that's based around the late Penn State football coach's involvement in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Paterno's family, Penn State football fans and the people of State College would surely like to keep the situation out of the limelight and keep moving forward.
  • PSL 2018 - Islamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi Preview

    PSL 2018 - Islamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi Preview

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    He then chose to stay back for the opening fixture between Peshawar Zalmi and Multan Sultans as his friend Javed Afridi, the owner of the Zalmi team, had extended a special invitation to him for the match. A total of 34 matches would be played across 4 venues in 32 days. PSL has seen unprecedented success on foreign soil. The victor of the first eliminator will then take on the loser of the first qualifier.
  • Polling underway for Bijepur bypoll in Odisha

    Polling underway for Bijepur bypoll in Odisha

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    Besides, 30 Inspectors and 150 Sub-Inspectors of Police would also be on duty, he said. The miscreants then attacked and fired at them before fleeing the spot. "The violent attack was a part of a conspiracy by the BJP to derail tomorrows poll process as the saffron party fears defeat in the bypolls", BJD Vice President Prasanna Acharya alleged.
  • Northern Oil & Gas (NOG) Shares Gap Up to $1.91

    Northern Oil & Gas (NOG) Shares Gap Up to $1.91

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    This stock (OKE) is ahead of its 52-week low with 21.3%. After having $0.17 EPS previously, Smart Sand, Inc.'s analysts see -5.88% EPS growth. The stock decreased 1.91% or $0.15 during the last trading session, reaching $7.7. tax law benefit" published on February 23, 2018, Livetradingnews.com published: "Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) Bullish Divergence" on February 23, 2018.
  • White House: 'No' chance Ivanka Trump meets with North Korean officials

    White House: 'No' chance Ivanka Trump meets with North Korean officials

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    Trump, daughter of and advisor to US President Donald Trump , is scheduled to have dinner with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the Blue House in Seoul during her visit. "For all the media fawning over the sister of the North Korean dictator, I think it's important that every American knows who this person is and what she's done", said Pence before elaborating on some of her infamous résumé.
  • Chinese tycoon buys 10% of Daimler

    Chinese tycoon buys 10% of Daimler

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    Li Shufu, chairman of Geely Holdings , speaks at the China-UK business forum in Shanghai, China February 2, 2018. Last year, Geely Holding bought a 51% stake in Lotus, the British sports auto maker. Mercedes-Benz sold more cars in China than any other market previous year, some 600,000 cars and SUVs, he said. Geely Holding has also started an automotive brand, Lynk & Co, aimed at wealthier buyers.
  • Bitcoin, Other Cryptocurrencies Not Recognized in Iran: Central Bank

    Bitcoin, Other Cryptocurrencies Not Recognized in Iran: Central Bank

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    Certain openings for Iran to use the digital currency in overseas trade had appeared earlier. "We welcome Bitcoin, but we must have regulations for Bitcoin and any other digital currency... Such a move, assuming true, is yet to be confirmed and the central bank has not issued any official declaration in such manner. Jahromi further invited all Iranian tech experts to participate in the upcoming tender of Post Bank - a bank which focused on e-banking and the development of Iran's ...
  • One very sour note from Bill Nelson in town hall on guns

    One very sour note from Bill Nelson in town hall on guns

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    Al Hoffman Jr., an influential GOP donor who backed Rubio's first run for the Senate in 2010, expressed disappointment that Rubio didn't take a stronger stand against assault weapons. The host then turned his attention towards Rubio and his performance during CNN's Town Hall on gun reform. Bill Nelson and Rep. Ted Deutch .
  • Flooding's impact to gradually ease for Tiffin, St. Joseph rivers

    Flooding's impact to gradually ease for Tiffin, St. Joseph rivers

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    Local roads and bridges were jammed as people began to make their way out of the three neighbourhoods covered under the evacuation order , he said, adding the number of people fleeing the flood is not yet known. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne came to the city on Wednesday. He said, "There has never been a significant plan for road closures (in such a case)".
  • Trump pushes suggestions to prevent gun violence

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    The NRA's credit card partner, First National Bank of Omaha, "will not renew" its NRA Visa Card contract with the organisation, bank spokesman Kevin Langin said in a statement on Thursday. It should not be easier to shoot up a school than a bank or a jewellery store, he added. President Donald Trump is promising action - although he remains uncertain as to what, specifically, he wants to get done and in what order .
  • New indictment accuses Manafort of paying European politicians

    New indictment accuses Manafort of paying European politicians

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    On Thursday, Mueller brought a new 32-count indictment against Gates and former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort . The new round of indictments revealed that the two had laundered more than $75 million since 2006; Manafort allegedly funneled $30 million of that through offshore accounts, while Gates transferred approximately $3 million.
  • South Sudan sentences South African to hang over aid to rebel chief

    South Sudan sentences South African to hang over aid to rebel chief

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    A court in South Sudan has sentenced a former South African colonel to death by hanging for conspiring against President Salva Kiir's government. "[South Sudan's] people have been denied the right to life, the right to justice, and, as this report details, the right to freedom of opinion and expression - rights that are not luxuries but are essential to bring about peace and development", said the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, in a news release announcing ...
  • Chief of Staff to decide security clearance of Kushner

    Chief of Staff to decide security clearance of Kushner

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    I have no doubt hell make the right decision", Trump told reporters at a joint news conference with the visiting Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Most prominent among them is Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law, who has had access to some of the nation's most sensitive material for the a year ago while waiting for his background investigation to be completed.
  • NYT ad calls out lawmakers who have accepted NRA money, including Michigan's

    NYT ad calls out lawmakers who have accepted NRA money, including Michigan's

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    Thousands of people are gathering at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, some 25 miles from where 17 people were shot and killed at a high school. They're going to do what's right. Loesch, who launched into an angry tirade against the media, also said Democratic lawmakers, in addition to the media, are taking advantage of the shooting.
  • Small plane goes missing after takeoff from Grand Junction airport

    Small plane goes missing after takeoff from Grand Junction airport

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    Family members and friends of four southern Alberta men missing during a small aircraft flight are hoping for the best as searchers scour Colorado and New Mexico for them. By early evening, Kaupp contacted the U.S. Air Force Rescue Co-ordination Center to report the plane as missing. As those concerns grew, the family contacted authorities in the US with the Federal Aviation Administration beginning a search.
  • FATF puts Pakistan on grey list for terror financing

    FATF puts Pakistan on grey list for terror financing

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    Pakistan was on the list from 2012 to 2015. Addressing a weekly media briefing here on Friday, Dr Mohammed Faisal said on 20 January 2018 the USA and United Kingdom jointly submitted a letter to the FATF nominating Pakistan for placement in the "grey list".
  • Gates Now Charged with Lying to Mueller's Office, Set to Plead Guilty

    Gates Now Charged with Lying to Mueller's Office, Set to Plead Guilty

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    The charges against Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, and Gates, a former campaign aide and Manafort's business associate, include multiple charges of tax and bank fraud. There are no criminal allegations that either man colluded with Russian Federation to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, which is the main thrust of the Department of Justice investigation.