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So we need to be 1-0 against them this year. Either way, I have nothing but respect for Romo standing up to the podium and handing his team over to the rookie. The real MVP award should be given to another impressive Dallas Cowboys offensive line that has kept things stable and running smoothly for America's Team .
  • Putin fires economy minister over bribe charges

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    Wearing a blue suit, Ulyukayev told a Moscow court he did not accept his guilt. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov - who said Putin had been informed of the start of the operation that led to Ulyukayev's detention - told Interfax news agency: "This is a very serious accusation that requires very serious proof".
  • Clergy join Dakota Access pipeline protesters for ceremony

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    The North Dakota State Capitol was briefly placed on lock-down Thursday when a group of USA clergy members prayed and sang outside - at least 14 people were arrested. The company would have an opportunity for a hearing to dispute any allegations. Fedorchak said the company could potentially be fined either for the reporting delay or for moving on with construction without getting PSC clearance.
  • Situation at ATMs, bank branches grim in Bengal

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    Benami is property actually owned by someone but held in the name of a third party. India's biggest state-owned lender State Bank of India (SBI) received deposits worth Rs 478.6 billion rupees. The central bank said there was enough cash available with banks and that it had made arrangements to deliver the new bank notes across the country.
  • Mexico have the last laugh as Marquez victor stuns USA

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    On occasion we look at players as over pampered, over tattooed prima-donnas. The U.S. has nine more games in the final round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying. And though this is his first trip here with a national team, he's also familiar with Mexico's struggles in Ohio . In the 30th, Klinsmann finally made changes to his formation that did not work for the first half hour of play, switching to a 4-4-2.
  • Reports of Shots Fired at Crossgates Mall

    Reports of Shots Fired at Crossgates Mall

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    The mall is being evacuated and there's a heavy police presence on scene. The police chief in Guilderland has confirmed that shots were fired but says no one was injured in the incident at Crosslands Mall in suburban Albany. Hundreds of people were evacuated from the mall. Some sheltered inside the mall, which was locked down. Albany County spokeswoman Mary Rozak told the Times Union that state police, county sheriff's officers, and Guilderland and Bethlehem police are at the scene.
  • India Inc welcomes demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes

    India Inc welcomes demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes

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    The growth in 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes was even steeper; 500 rupee notes grew 76 percent between 2011 and 2016, while in the same period, 1,000 rupee notes rose by 109 per cent. "We will probe this matter", he said. The new Rs 2,000 notes will feature "Mangalyan" showing India's scientific progress and research. According to him, someone would have taken a picture of the note and circulated on social media.
  • Flint warns commercial water customers to pay up or risk shutoff

    Flint warns commercial water customers to pay up or risk shutoff

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    But an assortment of groups - including the Concerned Pastors for Social Change, the ACLU, and the Natural Resources Defense Council - sued, seeking to expand the state's delivery policy. Businesses owed the city more than a million dollars in overdue water bills. Work is underway to replace contaminated service lines to homes affected by elevated levels of lead.
  • Donald Trump is the 45th U.S. President-elect

    Donald Trump is the 45th U.S. President-elect

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    Because of Trump's extreme anti-Muslim rhetoric, his "presidency would make the United States, its citizens, and its assets the single most attractive target for Al Qaeda, ISIL, and other Islamic militant groups", Bremmer said. "Right now, we have a president in office who is terrific", Rivers said. "I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will", she said.
  • Filing: Yahoo took its time investigating massive breach

    Filing: Yahoo took its time investigating massive breach

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    User account information taken included "names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords (the vast majority with bcrypt) and, in some cases, encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers" related to at least 500 million accounts was stolen from Yahoo! in late 2014.
  • Muni Bond Week in Review: Yields jump like crazy

    Muni Bond Week in Review: Yields jump like crazy

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    Still, some investors and analysts caution that bond yields could stabilize or decline as markets have more time to digest the implications of the USA election. Buying from indirect bidders, a category that includes foreign central banks, was the lowest since 2015. "We had flagged repeatedly that longer-term yields are too low relative to inflation, " said Eugene Leow, a fixed-income strategist at DBS Group Holdings Ltd in Singapore.
  • Twitter cuts 9 percent of its workforce worldwide

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    The layoffs at Twitter come after the company pink-slipped 336 employees previous year, shortly after co-founder Jack Dorsey returned as CEO of Twitter . This morning, Twitter announced its third quarter results - and layoffs . Service improvements are attracting advertisers, and "we believe revenue growth will follow", Dorsey said.
  • Clinton, Trump make last-minute push for votes

    Clinton, Trump make last-minute push for votes

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    Comey called "new and pertinent" evidence in the form of more than 600,000 documents from a laptop shared by top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her disgraced husband Anthony Weiner while investigating sex crimes involving minors. Christie said Monday on "CBS This Morning" that he was runner-up to be Republican Donald Trump's vice presidential pick. However, he didn't make explicit mention of the news but continued to call Clinton the most corrupt person to ever seek the USA presidency.
  • Lights go out, Maple Leafs keep skating

    Lights go out, Maple Leafs keep skating

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    Peter Budaj is still filling in nicely for Jonathan Quick , and the Los Angeles Kings gave him plenty of help Tuesday night. He hasn't allowed a goal in his past 150:32. The first again saw the visitors march easily into the Toronto zone, Carter's shot and goal ending Andersen's night. Carter scored his second against Enroth on a bank shot from a spot behind and to the side of the Leafs' net.
  • British PM May says country should unite on Brexit plan

    British PM May says country should unite on Brexit plan

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    A number of Conservative Party members also oppose the move. Downing Street is seeking to overturn it at the Supreme Court next month. The three judges looking at the case found there was no constitutional convention of the royal prerogative - powers used by ministers - being used in legislation relating to the EU.
  • Schools Still Set To Close As Negotiations Go On Ahead

    Schools Still Set To Close As Negotiations Go On Ahead

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    The minister said that the ASTI are trying to re-write the entire approach to public pay in this dispute. Loreto Secondary School in Letterkenny has informed parents that it is not possible to re-open the school after mid-term break until appropriate health and safety and child protection provisions can be in place, stemming from the planned ASTI industrial action.
  • New BEXIT legal challenge as Nigel Farage plans 100000 march in London

    New BEXIT legal challenge as Nigel Farage plans 100000 march in London

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    The interim Ukip leader, nicknamed "Mr Brexit" by Mr Trump, said he would do the job "very well" having been an MEP in Brussels for almost two decades. He said: "This is the politics of the gutter". In passing judgment the High Court noted that British referendums “can only be advisory for the lawmakers in parliament unless very clear language to the contrary is used.”.
  • Obama on FBI: We don't operate on innuendo

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    She leads in most opinion polls ahead of the November 8 election.Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook questioned why the Federal Bureau of Investigation director had not released any information about the agency's Russian Federation inquiries."If you're in the business of releasing information about investigations on presidential candidates, release everything you have on Donald Trump".
  • Philippine's Duterte tells Japan his China visit was just economics, blasts US

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    For the second time in as many days, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is threatening to cut military ties with the United States. Duterte also said he wanted to be a "friend" to China and "I do not want missiles established in my country" - a reference to the massive United States military deployment in the Philippines to counter China's rise in the region.
  • Utah police officer killed; 3 suspects in custody

    Utah police officer killed; 3 suspects in custody

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    Brotherson died at the scene. Police say the auto came to a stop after Brotherson was struck. Three suspects are custody, Vainuku said, and are now being questioned. They tried to stop the vehicle but the suspects fled, leading to a pursuit. Responding officers immediately called for medical assistance to attend to Brotherson, to no avail.