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However, the mid-week games, which began in 2014, have been widely criticized by fans for sloppy play and a lack of competition. Fox already airs Sunday NFC games. Murdoch has envisioned remolding the broadcast network to be built on live events, particularly sports and news. NBC will continue to air the season-opening Thursday night game and the Thanksgiving night game.
  • Former Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr Acknowledges 'Trump Can Fire Mueller'

    Former Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr Acknowledges 'Trump Can Fire Mueller'

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    The fears surfaced after Trump told reporters last week that he would be willing to speak under oath to Mueller , who is investigating allegations of collusion with Russian Federation. "I think my job, among others, is to give him the space to do it". Mueller could choose to refer his findings to Congress for possible impeachment proceedings.
  • 3 killed, 2 hurt when helicopter crashes into SoCal home

    3 killed, 2 hurt when helicopter crashes into SoCal home

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    She ran outside and saw a chaotic and gruesome sight. "The three people were all crunched in there together", a neighbour who witnessed the crash said. The helicopter is owned by Spitzer Helicopter LLC of Canyon Lake in Riverside County. John Wayne Airport identified the helicopter model as a Robinson 44.
  • Brexit leak 'shows economic harm' of leaving EU

    Brexit leak 'shows economic harm' of leaving EU

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    Responding to an urgent question in the Commons, Mr Baker said the document was "not anywhere near being approved by ministers" and that ministers in his team had only just seen it. "The Prime Minister must now agree to publish this analysis in full, and any other analyses which they are concealing from the people of these islands.
  • REMAINS ALL OVER THE CITY?: Bruce McArthur now charged with 5 murders

    REMAINS ALL OVER THE CITY?: Bruce McArthur now charged with 5 murders

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    Two of the victims did not fit the profile of some of the others - men of Middle Eastern descent known to have frequented Toronto's gay village neighborhood, suggesting the accused's crimes may extend beyond that district. The unfolding investigation into alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur grows more horrifying all the time. And Lisowick was not reported missing, but they believe the man, who lived in the city's shelter system, was killed between May 2016 and July 2017.
  • GOP lawmaker pushes for FISA memo to be released publicly

    GOP lawmaker pushes for FISA memo to be released publicly

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    Page that they were relying in part on research by an investigator, Christopher Steele, that had been financed by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. "I can tell you that the memo that they reference is a total misrepresenation", Pelosi added, as Democrats ridiculed the move, saying it's nothing but an effort to discredit the overall Russian Federation probe.
  • Republicans preparing to release controversial FISA surveillance memo Video

    Republicans preparing to release controversial FISA surveillance memo Video

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    In other words, the chairman of the Intelligence Committee is seeking to compromise America's national security. "Boyd also wrote that "wider distribution of the classified information" presumably contained in Nunes" memo would be a "significant deviation' from the Department's agreement with House intel and the office of House Speaker Paul Ryan", according to the CNN report .
  • Yemen president orders immediate ceasefire in Aden

    Yemen president orders immediate ceasefire in Aden

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    Gunmen were deployed throughout most districts of Aden on Sunday and there was heavy automatic gunfire and explosions in the southern port city, according to Reuters witnesses. The STC accused bin Daghr's government of attacking peaceful protesters and urged Hadi to sack the prime minister and his cabinet. On Monday, the separatists, who have long demanded independence for the south, dispatched additional forces from the central province of Marib and southern province of Abyan, security ...
  • Kasganj violence: Security forces intensify vigil; 80 arrested

    Kasganj violence: Security forces intensify vigil; 80 arrested

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    Hours after violence erupted in Uttar Pradesh's Kasganj district between two groups in a communal clash, 49 people have been arrested in connection with the conflict and section 144 is still imposed in the state. Meanwhile, a peace committee was organised earlier this morning in Kasganj after which it was decided that the shops and commercial establishments would be opened in the area.
  • Cloudy & dry today with warm, sunny weekend ahead

    Cloudy & dry today with warm, sunny weekend ahead

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    Windy with a south wind 16 to 26 miles per hour with gusts as high as 37 miles per hour. Friday night and into Saturday morning brings a better chance for wide spread snow showers across the region. Tuesday will likely be windy, but quite warm with high temperatures in the 60s and 70s at lower elevations. North wind 6 to 10 miles per hour. Southwest wind 8 to 11 miles per hour.
  • Russian police raid opposition chief Navalny's headquarters

    Russian police raid opposition chief Navalny's headquarters

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    Navalny's lawyer, Olga Mikhailova, told Reuters that her client had been released without charge but would have to face court at a later date. The Interfax agency estimated the number of demonstrators in Moscow at several dozen, while TASS reported about several hundred and Newsru.com about several thousand taking part in the unauthorised protests in Moscow and St Petersburg.
  • Militants attack military academy in Kabul

    Militants attack military academy in Kabul

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    Earlier today, the Afghan Presidential Spokesman Shahhussain Murtazawi said that the attackers were restricted to the first gate of the academy. Two of the attackers blew themselves up, two were killed in fighting and one was captured. News agency AFP cited a police spokesman confirming rocket and gunfire but saying it was now calm. "The Afghan National Army is the country's defence force and makes sacrifices for the security and well-being of the people", the ministry said.
  • Cyprus FM statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

    Cyprus FM statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

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    First lady Melania Trump was among those who toured the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Friday and tweeted that she experienced a "powerful and moving tour". A spokesman for the Campaign Against Antisemitism described it as "a disgraceful forgetting at a ceremony purposed for remembering", adding: "We call on Mr Corbyn to apologise and issue a new statement".
  • Their Majesties, Crown Prince due in Davos for WEF meeting

    Their Majesties, Crown Prince due in Davos for WEF meeting

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    With a message of the power of profit, secure borders and battling Islamist extremists, Trump may not be delivering the messages Davos is used to, but he may be delivering the messages Davos needs. Policymakers have been openly critical of his foreign policy but with the USA stock market soaring, corporate tax cuts padding companies' pockets and US consumers spending again, some companies here are quietly applauding the USA president.
  • China unveils plans for 'Polar Silk Road'

    China unveils plans for 'Polar Silk Road'

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    To that end, China has been working on improving relations with nations that border on the Arctic and have long-standing interests there. China published a white paper on its Arctic policy Friday, offering a thorough introduction to its policy goals, basic principles, policies and positions for its participation in Arctic affairs.