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Tony Adams: ‘Arsène Wenger has total dominance. The board do nothing’ | Football

[ad_1] “I was married to the club for 23 years so Arsenal are like an ex-wife,” Tony Adams says with a rueful grin as we reach the end of a ...

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Californian Sues Jelly Belly Over Sugar-Packed Jelly Beans

[ad_1] A California woman claims that the candy company Jelly Belly tricked her into buying its Sport Beans, a candy that doubles as a diet supplement to “fuel” the body and help ...

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Secretary Zinke: Please Leave Our National Monuments Alone

[ad_1] Today, on behalf of The Trust for Public Land and its many volunteers and supporters, I am registering our concern with President Trump’s executive order to review certain monument ...

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For-Profit Colleges Sue To Block Protections For Defrauded Students and Taxpayers

[ad_1] A California-based trade group largely comprised of for-profit colleges late Wednesday sued Trump Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to block a 2016 Obama administration regulation, called the borrower defense rule, ...

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Cancer With Political Clout | HuffPost

[ad_1] A suicide bomber inflicts hell at a concert hall in Manchester, England that’s full of children, as though that was the point — to murder children. The horror of ...

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Jared Kushner Reportedly Draws Interest Of FBI In Russia Investigation

[ad_1] The FBI is looking at Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and an influential White House adviser, as part of its investigation into Russia’s influence in the 2016 election, ...

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Climate 101 For The President

[ad_1] President Trump has been bombarded with reasons to keep the United States in the climate agreement the international community achieved two years ago in Paris. Everyone from the Pope ...

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Trump Reportedly Called Germans ‘Very Bad,’ Vowed To Stop German Car Sales In The U.S.

[ad_1] During a meeting with top leaders of the European Union, President Donald Trump said “the Germans are bad, very bad,” according to participants in the room who spoke to German ...

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Montana TV Station Won’t Air Recording Of GOP Candidate’s Attack On Journalist

[ad_1] If Montana residents tuned into the local news Wednesday night on NBC affiliate KECI, they wouldn’t have heard an audio recording of Republican House candidate Greg Gianforte attacking Guardian ...

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Former Obama Officials Relieved By Partial Victory On Iran Sanctions Bill

[ad_1] WASHINGTON ― The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a modified version of an Iran sanctions bill on Thursday that includes changes recommended by former Obama administration officials. The original ...

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