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Loretta Lee, a software engineer who worked for the Silicon Valley giant from 2008 until she was sacked February 2016, filed suit last month against Google for sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and wrongful termination in Santa Clara County Superior Court, Calif., reports Gizmodo .
  • Allonzo Trier: Cleared by NCAA, will play Thursday

    Allonzo Trier: Cleared by NCAA, will play Thursday

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    Thompson told Yahoo Sports last Thursday that both Trier's positive tests were for Ostarine, a chemical compound that mimics the muscle-building and fat-burning effects of anabolic steroids. "While hydration, which can affect pH of a urine sample, could be a factor and can influence results, it would not seem a very plausible explanation for a positive drug test occurring a year after inadvertent use of Ostarine".
  • What To Expect From Kohl's Q4 Earnings

    What To Expect From Kohl's Q4 Earnings

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    Investors Research Corp acquired a new stake in shares of Kohl's Co . Analysts on average had expected sales to rise 6.1 percent in stores open at least 12 months in the quarter ended January 27, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Earnings per share in the quarter rose from the same period a year earlier to $1.99, excluding the impact of a USA tax overhaul and store closures.
  • China lashes out at USA over bill promoting Taiwan ties

    China lashes out at USA over bill promoting Taiwan ties

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    On Wednesday, the US Senate unanimously supported the bill aimed at strengthening ties between the officials of Taipei and Washington. The legislation only needs President Donald Trump's signature to become law. Still, US media report it would be rather unusual for a president to veto a measure that was accepted by all and passed without any opposition. With the Senate's approval, it now goes to President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind ...
  • Vikings might be a QB away from finally

    Vikings might be a QB away from finally

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    The Vikings are expected to be among the many teams interested, including the Denver Broncos , New York Jets and others. The only quarterback under contract is Kyle Sloter, while 2017 starter Case Keenum and Sam Bradford will be unrestricted unless agreements are reached prior to March 14.
  • Trump warns of 'very rough' sanctions on NKorea

    Trump warns of 'very rough' sanctions on NKorea

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    Ivanka Trump said the United States is committed to putting "maximum pressure" against the North Korean regime. "North Korea, we imposed today the heaviest sanctions ever imposed by our country before". "Frankly hopefully something positive can happen", he said instead. Trump was speaking at a news conference Friday alongside Australia's prime minister.
  • French far-right leader charged over ISIS photos

    French far-right leader charged over ISIS photos

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    The images, tweeted in December 2015 with the caption "This is Daesh [the Arabic acronym for Isil]", included a picture of the beheaded journalist, James Foley , a man on fire in a cage and a tank driving over another victim. Marine Le Pen's French-first, Islam-skeptic nationalism resonated widely in the wake of Donald Trump's election and Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
  • Yes we will be on terror financing watch list, confirms Pakistan

    Yes we will be on terror financing watch list, confirms Pakistan

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    An action plan to eradicate terrorist financing is being prepared and will accordingly be shared with the worldwide body, he said. "We remain hopeful that China would uphold and support the objectives and standards of FATF in a balanced, objective, impartial and holistic way", External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted.
  • More details released on committee formed to investigate Greitens

    More details released on committee formed to investigate Greitens

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    Also Tuesday, a resolution kick-starting the Missouri House investigation into the allegations against Greitens was filed, a move that is the first step towards possible impeachment. Ryan said the office first asked St. Louis police for help but was directed to the FBI, which in turn said the investigation was out of its jurisdiction.
  • Olympian Adam Rippon Announces LGBTQ Youth Fundraising Campaign With GLAAD

    Olympian Adam Rippon Announces LGBTQ Youth Fundraising Campaign With GLAAD

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    Olympic delegation to South Korea during an interview in February with USA Today . "I'm sorry?", asked Ellen , who got what he was saying after a bit of clarification. Adam added: "I don't think he has a real concept of reality". On a lighter note, Rippon also revealed his celebrity crushes. "That should've been the writing on the wall for me", he said, smiling.
  • What exactly are our Second Amendment rights?

    What exactly are our Second Amendment rights?

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    The truth is, many conservatives actually do want to discuss the wide range of solutions offered to make our country safer. Many of them are the garden variety one-size-fits-all you would expect from such a passionately charged dispute.
  • Toys R Us And Maplin Go In To Administration

    Toys R Us And Maplin Go In To Administration

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    The embattled toy chain risked collapse in the United Kingdom in December 2017 but agreed to a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) which saw it restructuring its operations and planning to close at least 26 stores. Last minute talks to save the cash-strapped retailer have failed, forcing administrators to be called in and its 200 stores placed in untertainty. Founded in 1972 as a small mail order business, the company opened its first store a couple of years later in 1974 and rapidly ...
  • Hillary Clinton cries 'Russians are coming,' accuses Trump of 'surrender'

    Hillary Clinton cries 'Russians are coming,' accuses Trump of 'surrender'

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    During this time , in fact, before all of this, a blathering weirdo investment banker, Carter Page, who was ostensibly working for the Russian government as a business liaison to the U.S.to "loosen up relations" was covertly working as an global advisor to the Trump campaign at the same time he was being closely followed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for "questionable tactics".
  • IOC Lifts Russian Team's Suspension After 2018 Olympics

    IOC Lifts Russian Team's Suspension After 2018 Olympics

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    The decision was announced by the Russian Olympic Committee on Wednesday, and later confirmed by the IOC. "We had to meet many demands before and during the Games". "The bobsled Federation of Russia and the athlete herself understand the extent of her responsibility and realize how what happened can respond to the fate of the whole team", it said in a statement .
  • Hope Hicks announces resignation as White House communications director

    Hope Hicks announces resignation as White House communications director

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    He dismissed, however, the notion she would be crucial in Trump's campaign for re-election. Trump praised Hicks as outstanding and said she has done great work. "I think the changes that may occur as a result of Hicks's exit have more to do with the president's ability to exist without her in an emotional sense", Nuzzi continued.
  • People buried in rubble after PNG quake

    People buried in rubble after PNG quake

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    U.S. seismologists said the initial quake struck 90 km (56 miles) south of Porgera at about 03:45 local time on Monday (17:45 GMT on Sunday), with dozens of aftershocks, including a 5.7 quake on Tuesday afternoon. The tremor hit at a depth of 35 kilometres around 3:45 am (1745 GMT Sunday), US seismologists said, with aftershocks of 6.0 and 6.3 magnitude recorded.
  • US NAFTA autos negotiator called from Mexico for consultations

    US NAFTA autos negotiator called from Mexico for consultations

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    It's unlikely that U.S. President Donald Trump's administration will walk away from the North America Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) as has been threatened by the American leader since his election campaign and the country is unlikely to build a wall on the border with its southern neighbour to stem the flow of illegal immigrants, Mexico's former president said.
  • Officials give update after body found near missing Middlesex Co. mother's home

    Officials give update after body found near missing Middlesex Co. mother's home

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    Sampson said investigators reached out to Keyser Wednesday evening and spoke with him. Family members tell the station they believe St. John went to her vehicle and was confronted by someone who she struggled with. A K-9 units and air surveillance were joining in the search for St. John. Detectives said earlier in the week that they were investigating four people of interest, including St.