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With the Giants trailing late in the second quarter by two touchdowns, Minnesota cornerback Xavier Rhodes bumped into Beckham late after an incomplete pass - but Beckham lunged back at Rhodes and drew a taunting penalty. "I think he'll respond well". Former head coach Tom Coughlin , who has now offered to help Beckham avoid being a distraction, inexplicably said he did not see the stuff going on with Norman during that game.
  • Demand for Luke CagePossibly Caused Server Outages on Netflix

    Demand for Luke CagePossibly Caused Server Outages on Netflix

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    Luke Cage, Netflix's latest gift to Marvel lovers, is taking a political stand by paying tribute to the black lives lost to police shootings. "The most interesting aspect of Luke Cage , at least at the beginning [of the series], is the importance of cultural and artistic references".
  • Kim Kardashian West Joins Family in NYC Hours After Paris Robbery

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    Ms Kardashian arrived back in NY on a private plane, which took off from Le Bourget Airport this morning after her horrific robbery ordeal. " Be nice or shut up". Most of the purloined items were jewelry, and though no grand tally has been released, the stolen items are said to be worth millions, though some of the amount is still being evaluated.
  • Margot Robbie Kills Us With Her Ivanka Trump Impression

    Margot Robbie Kills Us With Her Ivanka Trump Impression

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    Over the years, the weight of the hilarious skits produced by the writers of Saturday Night Live have become more insightful of trending social issues and pop culture. The British actor continued: 'There are many hurdles to jump in order to make constitutional change, but we are now the closest we've ever been to that change.
  • Simon Cowell: I had an exorcist in my house

    Simon Cowell: I had an exorcist in my house

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    Phillip tries to recreate Simon's photo. "When he asked her to take the make up off, why didn't she tell Simone about his wardrobe malfunction [SIC]?" "Yes, girls should be allowed to experiment", Emma retorted, before Mel B added: 'It is bad...
  • Canada sets minimum carbon price to be met by 2018

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    Canada's northern territories and Saskatchewan remain adamantly and publicly opposed to any carbon tax as part of the pan-Canadian plan being developed with the Liberal government in Ottawa. "Quebec, Ontario and other provinces have serious issues because, first of all, a national carbon tax hurts existing systems like cap-and-trade". It's a mixed reaction from the provinces to Trudeau's national strategy to reduce emissions.
  • Emmys ratings dip to new all-time low

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    Veep bagged the award for the most Outstanding Comedy Series while its star Julia Louis-Dreyfus claimed the award for the Lead Actress in a Comedy. Regina King won the award for supporting actress in a limited series for "American Crime".
  • Obama to attend Shimon Peres funeral in Jerusalem

    Obama to attend Shimon Peres funeral in Jerusalem

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    Israeli ex-president and Nobel Peace Prize victor Shimon Peres died yesterday, some two weeks after suffering a major stroke, triggering an outpouring of grief for the historic figure and beloved statesman. He died in a Tel Aviv area hospital Wednesday. That capability, he once said, was acquired "not in order to have a Hiroshima but an Oslo" - referring to the 1993 peace agreement that won him a share of the Nobel Peace Prize (though the Oslo process eventually collapsed in a wave of ...
  • Drew Brees secures triumphant return to San Diego with comeback win

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    The Saints have won the past two meetings - 37-32 in London and 31-24 in New Orleans - and have taken three of the last four meetings after the Chargers claimed six of the first seven meetings in the series. With the Chargers trying to protect a 34-21 lead, Melvin Gordon fumbled and Darryl Tapp recovered at the San Diego 13, setting up Brees' 5-yard TD pass to Michael Thomas on fourth-and-2 to pull to 34-28 with 4:50 to go.
  • Lady Gaga Headlining 2017 Super Bowl Halftime Show

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    This will make it her second Super Bowl appearance having already featured in last year's event after singing the national anthem to rave reviews. She will also be the fifth female Super Bowl halftime show headliner in its history. Gaga has been noted in the past for both her unusual outfits and for the impressive stagecraft at her shows . The 85-year-old Bennett gushed about Gaga after they collaborated, saying "I'll tell you, I never met anyone with more talent than that lady".
  • Jared Leto was considered to play Marvel's Doctor Strange

    Jared Leto was considered to play Marvel's Doctor Strange

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    Benedict Cumberbatch nearly lost out on the lead role in Marvel's Doctor Strange because of a scheduling conflict. Cumberbatch seems to be dropping a hint that something major will be happening in Doctor Strange that will put fans one step closer to Avengers: Infinity War.
  • Orthodox delegation stays away from pope's Mass

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    Ilia welcomed Francis warmly to his church, expressing his "profound esteem and brotherly love" and embracing him with three kisses on the cheek. Francis' first stop was an English-language Mass at the small Catholic church that was built after St.
  • In 2016 circus, VP debate promises more staid politics

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    While a total of 16 sitting or former governors became vice presidents, half served before 1864. Republican presidential Candidate Donald Trump, points toward Republican Vice presidential candidate Gov. Pence, after losing one of the nastiest congressional races in IN history, once wrote an essay titled, "Confessions of a Negative Campaigner", in which he stated, "Negative campaigning is wrong".
  • 'Bridget Jones's Baby' Is High-Spirted And Playful

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    Deciding to focus on her career she suddenly meets dashing American, Jack ( Patrick Demspey). Back to Bridget , who admittedly is trapped in one of the hoariest premises in the romantic comedy playbook: She doesn't know which of the two men she recently had impulse sex with is the father, and never mind that this could be settled with a quick scrape of DNA.
  • Media Squeals With Delight After Clinton 'Burns' Trump

    Media Squeals With Delight After Clinton 'Burns' Trump

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    Clinton will appear at events - the locations still to be determined - in Athens, Jefferson and Stark counties, the campaign said. Trump remarked afterwards that his microphone was "defective", and as Clinton walked away from reporters, one of them yelled a question out about his statement.
  • Could climate change help Clinton win millennials?

    Could climate change help Clinton win millennials?

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    On the other hand, a generation of young voters entered politics by voting against Hillary Clinton - and hearing repeatedly that she could not be trusted. "This is certainly a product of Scott's long tenure in office". Government anti-terror policies have not gone far enough to adequately protect the country , 51 percent of voters say, while 27 percent say they have gone too far restricting civil liberties.
  • 'Game of Thrones' wins leading 12 Emmys

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    Fan favorite "Game of Thrones", went into Sunday's show with a leading 23 nominations and won a total of 12 Emmys, including for best drama series, directing and writing. The People vs O.J. Simpson cast got in on the Trump action as well, with Sterling K. Brown saying during his speech, "I was talking to Melania Trump asking her what should I say?" "If your show doesn't have a dragon or a White Bronco in it, go home now".
  • Watch And Fact Check Tonight's First Presidential Debate With PBS And NPR

    Watch And Fact Check Tonight's First Presidential Debate With PBS And NPR

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    The NBC anchor (and by extension Clinton) was correct that a single district-court judge declared the particular use of stop-and-frisk in NY unconstitutional - but he didn't make it clear that stop-and-frisk has generally been upheld if conducted in a nondiscriminatory manner, most famously by Earl Warren's Supreme Court in the 1968 case of Terry v.
  • Cauvery dispute: Karnataka defers release of water till meeting with Uma Bharti

    Cauvery dispute: Karnataka defers release of water till meeting with Uma Bharti

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    According to sources, a decision in this regard was taken at an all-party meeting chaired by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah here. "We also told him that our resolution was more important", Datta said. Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had called for an all-party meeting discuss the water-sharing dispute with Tamil Nadu. The Congress high command fully backed the Siddaramaiah's government's decision no to release water to parched hit Tamil Nadu state.
  • I reversed birther stance 'to get on with' campaign

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    Trump, on the other hand, has owned this issue with great pride, telling ABC News" Jonathan Karl in 2013, "I think it made me very popular, if you want to know the truth". Responding to Trump's interview with the Toledo television statement, the Clinton campaign argued that his remarks prove he was not being honest. Both fact-checking organizations conclude that Trump's assertion is false.