• Saturday Night Live Premiere Highlights

    Saturday Night Live Premiere Highlights

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    It's hurricane relief. These people need help. "Tell Melania to put on her flood heels". The first thing that struck me about the SNL premiere is that Alec Baldwin should have been set free at the end of last season. Basically Ryan Gosling is having an existential crisis because he knows that the Avatar logo is the Papyrus font. It might be a struggle after losing three main cast members (Vanessa Bayer, Sasheer Zamata, Bobby Moynihan), but hopefully the replacement actors will be ...
  • Muharram observed in Odisha with tazia processions, mourning

    Muharram observed in Odisha with tazia processions, mourning

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    Holy Ashura, commemorating the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA), is being observed across the country today with due religious fervour and solemnity. The Calcutta High Court had stayed the order following protests by the BJP leaders. According to Rawalpindi commissioner's office and police security branch, 79 processions and 206 Majalis were held on 9th of Muharram, while 65 processions and 113 Majalis were held on Youm- e- Ashur.
  • 4 takeaways from the Panthers' dramatic 33-30 win over Patriots

    4 takeaways from the Panthers' dramatic 33-30 win over Patriots

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    Brady leads the National Football League in passing yards (1,092) and touchdowns (eight) despite being 40 years of age. The Panthers have allowed just 251.7 yards and 13.3 points per game through three contests. This is more bad news for Newton owners. Cam is known as a vertical passer and now both of his trusted, big-bodied pass-catchers are either gone, or unlikely to perform at expected.
  • Ravens players kneel, pray for 'unity and justice' before national anthem

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    This is what he was talking about. Baltimore Ravens players kneeled before the national anthem on Sunday to pray for "unity, kindness and justice for all Americans". Protesting during the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner" drew national attention last season when then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick declined to stand as a way to bring attention to police treatment of blacks and to social injustice.
  • Macklemore's final message to Australia at NRL grand final

    Macklemore's final message to Australia at NRL grand final

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    Australia is in the middle of a national non-binding survey which asks voters if they think the law should be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry . Former prime minister Tony Abbott has called for Macklemore's appearance to be cancelled, saying it made for a "politicised grand final". "I thought Mr Abbott believed in freedom of speech", Brandis told the ABC.
  • Narayan Rane forms new party, Maharashtra Swabhimaan Paksh

    Narayan Rane forms new party, Maharashtra Swabhimaan Paksh

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    We shall be engaged in value-based politics. The party is expected to support the BJP government in the state and pick up an invite to join Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis's team. The Sena - which has been perpetually at odds with the BJP government at the Centre and the state - threatened to end the alliance after reports of Mr Rane joining the BJP.
  • Trump attacks Puerto Rico officials struggling with humanitarian crisis

    Trump attacks Puerto Rico officials struggling with humanitarian crisis

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    Yulín Cruz said she was dismayed at Trump's team trying to spin the narrative about what is happening in Puerto Rico after Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke referred to the federal help as a "good news story ". Cruz also called out FEMA , saying, "I can not fathom the thought that the greatest nation in the world can not figure out the logistics for a small island of 100 miles by 35 miles long".
  • College GameDay Staff Zings Rick Pitino With

    College GameDay Staff Zings Rick Pitino With "Coach No. 2" Joke

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    Next, further weirdness came in steady wavelets for the next hour, beginning when interim president and former radiology chair Gregory Postel, his university and its former head coach implicated and roiled by the 28-page federal report alleging bribery and other indignities in college basketball recruiting, manned the lectern and said he had "a very exciting announcement to make".
  • Russian Federation says ready to work with N.Korea to resolve missile crisis

    Russian Federation says ready to work with N.Korea to resolve missile crisis

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    North Korea described that threat as a "declaration of war", and North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho later said that Pyongyang had every right to shoot down USA planes because Washington had "declared war". Last week, the president vowed to "totally destroy" Kim Jong Un's country in the event of war and also referred to the North Korean leader as " Rocket Man " in his speech to the U.N.
  • Everton slump to dismal Burnley defeat, Arsenal see off Brighton

    Everton slump to dismal Burnley defeat, Arsenal see off Brighton

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    The results of previous matches between these teams remain on the account of Everton , who became stronger three times in the last 4 meetings. Carroll has 18 months left on his £110,000-a-week deal and West Ham could be prepared to look at a cash deal if they get the right offer in January.
  • Trump blasts Puerto Rican mayor for 'poor leadership' in hurricane relief crisis

    Trump blasts Puerto Rican mayor for 'poor leadership' in hurricane relief crisis

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    On Friday, Trump said the Caribbean island should take the responsibility of rebuilding. Ms Duke tried, too, to move on from the remarks she made a day earlier in which she called the federal relief effort a "good-news story". She also responded to Trump on Saturday, tweeting photos of Puerto Rico's recovery efforts and writing that her only goal was to save lives. Rob Aquino, who has aunts, uncles and cousins still in Puerto Rico, showed up to help organize donations.
  • Edmonton Attack, High Speed Chase Deemed Terrorism by Trudeau

    Edmonton Attack, High Speed Chase Deemed Terrorism by Trudeau

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    Suddenly, and without provocation, a male driving a white Chevrolet Malibu crashed through the traffic barricades that were separating vehicles from pedestrians, at a high rate of speed. The attacker then fled, and the officer was taken to hospital. The chase ended when the truck flipped over, and the driver was arrested. "We can not - and will not - let violent extremism take root in our communities", he said.
  • Tillerson 'wasting his time' negotiating with North Korea

    Tillerson 'wasting his time' negotiating with North Korea

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    We're not in a dark situation", he added. In their opinion, at present North Korea does not possess sufficient technical means to inflict any significant damage to us territories and military bases throughout the continental United States, but also in the region.