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Despite some early signs of a minor miracle, the tournament host's hopes of lifting the silverware are as good as done. Mozo vented to an official after the round, which you can see here , saying "We are going to get hurt (by) a stupid sign".
  • Trump hits Puerto Rico's preparedness in speech to manufacturing group

    Trump hits Puerto Rico's preparedness in speech to manufacturing group

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    The Trump administration earlier lifted restrictions known as the Jones Act for 10 days on foreign shipping from the USA mainland to Puerto Rico. The president is responding by citing what he calls "such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help".
  • Queensland Bulls' Marnus Labuschagne penalised under new cricketing rules

    Queensland Bulls' Marnus Labuschagne penalised under new cricketing rules

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    During Australia's domestic cricket tournament, JLT cup, Queensland Bulls cricket team were charged with 5 runs as a penalty as one of its players (Marnus Labuschagne) was found violating the new law . Joe Burns (49 from 40) holed out when well set, before Matthew Renshaw (67) was run out in a bad mix up with Labuschagne. The umpire spotted the mistake and immediately signalled the scorers to add five more runs to CA XI's total, despite Labuschagne's apology.
  • Boko Haram leaves 3 million kids out of school in N

    Boko Haram leaves 3 million kids out of school in N

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    Speaking to journalists in Maiduguri after an assessment tour of Borno State, the state most hit by the crisis, the Deputy Director of UNICEF, Justin Forsyth, said the humanitarian crisis is beyond UNICEF and need the collaboration of all including governments and global aid agencies.
  • Amgen's rival to AbbVie's Humira to launch in 2023

    Amgen's rival to AbbVie's Humira to launch in 2023

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    AbbVie also said that all litigation pending between the parties will be dismissed, and that Amgen has acknowledged the validity of AbbVie's intellectual property related to Humira. Six months later in March 2017, Amgen won European Commission approval for the biosimilar, which will be marketed in Europe as Amgevita™ (biosimilar adalimumab).
  • Richmond Ends 37-Year Grand Final Drought With Fairytale Win

    Richmond Ends 37-Year Grand Final Drought With Fairytale Win

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    Brownlow medallist Dustin Martin capped off a fairytale year for himself and his club when he won the Norm Smith Medal after starring with 29 possessions, six clearances and two goals. Two goals in one minute but they're still leaving in droves! Shaun Grigg, who had just kicked the Tigers' sixth goal in a row, ended up with the ball.
  • Uniti Group Inc. (UNIT), PTC Therapeutics, Inc. (PTCT)

    Uniti Group Inc. (UNIT), PTC Therapeutics, Inc. (PTCT)

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    PTC Inc (NASDAQ: PTC ) opened at 51.54 on Friday. (NASDAQ:ATHX) experienced a change of -10.20% in final minutes of trading Wednesday. Morgan Stanley maintained the shares of CSCO in report on Thursday, August 18 with "Equal-Weight" rating.
  • Manish Sisodia meets LG Anil Baijal over student loans

    Manish Sisodia meets LG Anil Baijal over student loans

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    Education minister Manish Sisodia, in response to the LG's letter on need for safeguards while implementing the Delhi Higher Education and Skill Development Loan Guarantee scheme, said he agrees that the there is need for due diligence and it is hence that the loan scheme has only been provided to a few selection institutions.
  • Clark County Among Top 20 In The Country For STDs

    Clark County Among Top 20 In The Country For STDs

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    There were 4,992 cases in 2016, compared to 3,695 cases in 2015. The three most common diseases include syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia. So is the increasing use of IUDs and other long-acting methods contributing to rising STD rates? The rate of gonorrhea was twice as high in men than women.
  • FDA OKs Continuous Glucose Monitoring Device

    FDA OKs Continuous Glucose Monitoring Device

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    FDA's Donald St. Pierre explained that the agency has always been welcome to new technologies that can help people manage chronic conditions. The device is intended for adults 18 years of age an older with diabetes . Risks associated with use of the system may include hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia in cases where information provided by the device is inaccurate and used to make treatment decisions, as well as mild skin irritations around the insertion site.
  • Mother Could Get Jail Time for Refusing to Vaccinate Son

    Mother Could Get Jail Time for Refusing to Vaccinate Son

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    MI is one of 20 US States which allow parents to get an exemption from vaccinations on more than just religious or medical grounds - known as "philosophical" waivers. Rebecca and her ex-husband do not see eye-to-eye. Court documents show that the child's father wants their son vaccinated . "I feel backed into a corner".
  • Model warns of eye tattoo dangers after hers goes wrong

    Model warns of eye tattoo dangers after hers goes wrong

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    After receiving comments that what she did was "stupid", Gallinger said in an emotional video on Sep. However, the 24-year-old's attempt at body art backfired, leaving her partially blind and oozing purple tears. "I have been to the hospital three times, I had no furry pets to cause any dander, and I wash my hands every time I do anything with my eye, both before and afterwards".
  • Cuckfield-born Vince named in Ashes squad

    Cuckfield-born Vince named in Ashes squad

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    The Essex batsman, who made one appearance for Mildenhall in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League this year, came into contention when he was called-up to the Test side for the first time in July. National selector James Whitaker said of Vince's inclusion: "The selectors are backing him to make an impact on his recall to the Test squad". "When I have played in Australia in the past and more recently in South Africa on a Lions tour I have found that playing with a different ball in ...
  • Washington state AG Bob Ferguson, Seattle sue OxyContin maker over opioid deaths

    Washington state AG Bob Ferguson, Seattle sue OxyContin maker over opioid deaths

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    The lawsuits followed a wave of cases against opioid manufacturers and distributors by Louisiana, West Virginia, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, New Hampshire and SC, as well as several cities and counties. Dennis' son was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 12 years old. "I stand together with Attorney General Ferguson in fighting for justice for patients who were prescribed opioids and became addicted, because they were not irresponsible; they were deceived", Seattle ...
  • Vettel 'not fussed' about points deficit to Hamilton

    Vettel 'not fussed' about points deficit to Hamilton

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    The first lap crash that forced Sebastian Vettel , Kimi Raikkonen , Max Verstappen , and Fernando Alonso to retire at the Singapore Grand Prix has sparked controversy in the racing community for almost two weeks. The lights went off, we did our start, everyone was trying to do his start, and with the way it happened it ended up really bad for all of us. "When I saw the replay, and when I saw [Sebastian] Vettel spinning out of Turn 3, we were just behind Lewis [Hamilton], and we were on ...
  • Suggs, Ravens not falling for Steelers' QB Roethlisberger's 'Jedi mind tricks'

    Suggs, Ravens not falling for Steelers' QB Roethlisberger's 'Jedi mind tricks'

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    The business tycoon turned politician was referring to a string of protests started by Colin Kaepernick. The Seahawks and the Titans also remained in the locker room during the anthem prior to their game. The NFL is not the only sporting franchise in the USA to have been targeted by Trump in recent days. He is a relatively young man, and I think he could coach for another decade easily if he wanted.
  • Fares set to rise again, Kejriwal calls it 'anti — Delhi Metro

    Fares set to rise again, Kejriwal calls it 'anti — Delhi Metro

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    The transport minister also said the it is not clear whether the Delhi government's stand was considered by the fare fixation committee of Delhi Metro . Though the Delhi government provides 15% of the funding for the Delhi Metro, it can not roll back the hike as the fare fixation committee is an independent body, officials said.
  • Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) PT Raised to $50.00

    Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) PT Raised to $50.00

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    On September 13 the company was upgraded from "Outperform" to "Buy" with a current price target of $40.00 in a report issued by Goldman Sachs. Analysts reported that the Price Target for Micron Technology, Inc. They expect $0.74 earnings per share, down 2.63% or $0.02 from last year's $0.76 per share. The other 1, though not evenly; between analysts who think you should buy Gevo, Inc.
  • Paul Ryan: 'It's Misguided To Protest The Anthem And The Flag'

    Paul Ryan: 'It's Misguided To Protest The Anthem And The Flag'

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    Democrats immediately ripped the plan, with Sen. "We're going to cut taxes for the middle class, make the tax code simpler and more fair for everyday Americans, and we are going to bring back the jobs and wealth that have left our country and most people thought left our country for good".
  • IN woman accused of poisoning milk to kill infant niece

    IN woman accused of poisoning milk to kill infant niece

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    According to authorities, the woman was angry that her brother, his fiancé and their daughter were staying with her and her mother at their home in fort Wayne. Rodriguez-Miranda's mother and the baby's mother took the infant to the hospital. Rodriguez-Miranda, meanwhile, also sent messages about her plan not working after her mother intervened according to the Journal Gazette.