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Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Ava and Sophia were the most popular girl names. Over at Mercy, the three most popular girls' names are Evelyn, Olivia and Hannah. Lincoln also earned a place in Ontario's top 20 for the first time in the list's history. The historic moniker placed 17th province-wide. Royal names for babies are on the rise after the television series The Crown was released on Netflix, the ministry noted.
  • Kenya Wins 2017 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup

    Kenya Wins 2017 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup

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    At the same time, Posta Rangers goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has rallied the players and fans alike to support head coach Paul Put as the Belgian tactician looks set to revive Kenyan football after leading Kenya to a sixth Cecafa Senior Challenge title on Sunday, with victory over Zanzibar.
  • Nike to Honor Kobe Bryant With Special Air Force 1 Release

    Nike to Honor Kobe Bryant With Special Air Force 1 Release

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    Kobe Bryant will have both his No. 8 and No. 24 jersey numbers retired on Monday night when the Lakers face the Warriors at Staples Center. "As a kid growing up in Italy, I always dreamed of my jersey hanging in the Lakers' rafters, but I certainly never imagined two of them", Bryant said .
  • Video reportedly shows Navy jets chasing UFO

    Video reportedly shows Navy jets chasing UFO

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    Navy Commander David Fravor was flying over the Pacific Ocean with Navy Lieutenant Commander Jim Slaight in 2004 when the pair were told to investigate mysterious aircraft . In the video, a mysterious object is spotted off the coast of San Diego by Navy fighter pilots from the USS Nimitz. The project analyses sightings of aircraft moving at very high velocities with no visible signs of propulsion and encounters between unknown objects and USA jets.
  • Obama Derailed Hizbullah Investigation To Ink Iran Nuke Deal

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    It is the type of investigative reporting of the Obama administration that journalists failed to do when it counted. In order to keep the Iran nuclear deal on track, Obama gave a free pass to Hezbollah's drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations, including crimes unfolding inside the United States, Politico reported .
  • The Walt Disney Company (The) Sees Unusually High Options Volume (NYSE:DIS)

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    The institutional investor held 15,982 shares of the medical and nursing services company at the end of 2017Q2, valued at $1.29 million, up from 6,598 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Citigroup Incorporated invested in 1.81 million shares. (NASDAQ:PTLA). California State Teachers Retirement System invested in 0.01% or 88,055 shares.
  • Trump would not wish to discuss Flynn pardon 'but'

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    The fool Democrats who swooned and got all teary-eyed when Barack Obama took office and proclaimed that he would "fundamentally transform America", objected to and took illegal steps to prevent Donald Trump , who swore to "Make America Great Again", from taking office, are beyond my ability to understand.
  • BC Bans All Hunting of Grizzly Bears, After Major Public Outcry

    BC Bans All Hunting of Grizzly Bears, After Major Public Outcry

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    Doug Donaldson, Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, said that as a result of consultations this past fall, " we have listened to what British Columbians have to say on this issue and it is abundantly clear that the grizzly hunt is not in line with their values ".
  • Conor McGregor Wants a 'Real Fight' Next, Not Manny Pacquiao

    Conor McGregor Wants a 'Real Fight' Next, Not Manny Pacquiao

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    If McGregor decides to come back to the UFC and defend his title, it could be nearly a full year before we could get a chance to see this "mega fight" between St-Pierre and McGregor. He's helped grow it. The fight against Mayweather did 4.3 million buys, making it the second biggest fight in history. Speaking with TSN in Canada (via MMA Fighting , h/t MMA Mania ), longtime trainer and friend Firas Zahabi advised that the MMA icon would look into a return for a "big, exciting fight".
  • SNL's Trump Celebrates Christmas With ScarJo's Ivanka and... Omarosa?

    SNL's Trump Celebrates Christmas With ScarJo's Ivanka and... Omarosa?

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    Sessions asked. The angel had special counsel Robert Mueller's face on it. First on the tree was former Federal Bureau of Investigation head James Comey, whose face adorned an ornament given to Trump by Kate McKinnon's Kellyanne Conway. The advertisement parody has amassed over 8.5 million views on YouTube and even helped " complicit " become Dictionary.com's word of the year. "He's packing a go bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives." she said.
  • Ahead of Clasico, Barca extend Liga lead

    Ahead of Clasico, Barca extend Liga lead

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    As for Deportivo, it was the same XI that started their 1-0 win over Leganes last weekend, with on-loan Arsenal forward Lucas Perez featuring at the tip of their attack. Doubles for Luis Suarez and Paulinho secured the victory for Ernesto Valverde's side at Camp Nou, where Deportivo, who are battling to avoid relegation, offered little to trouble the Catalan giants.
  • Wale Has More To Say After Nicki Minaj's Thoughts On White Rappers

    Wale Has More To Say After Nicki Minaj's Thoughts On White Rappers

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    And on top of the video, she posted a wordy message about expressing her opinion. Minaj posted. When the criticism began to swell, Minaj updated her original posted and slammed "dick riders" and said, perhaps jokingly, that she wants to sign a white rapper to her label before ending the salvo by calling the fans who flamed her "sensitive ass ig thugs".
  • Australian police arrest man accused of brokering N. Korean missiles

    Australian police arrest man accused of brokering N. Korean missiles

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    The Australian Federal Police have arrested a 59-year-old Australian man for allegedly acting as an economic agent for North Korea with the intent of raising revenue for the Pyongyang government. Efforts by North Korea to build its intercontinental ballistic missile capabilities have accelerated in recent months. He said investigative findings suggest Choi had been in contact with high-ranking North Korean officials and he "would sell whatever he could to make money for the North ...
  • Congress punts on children's welfare

    Congress punts on children's welfare

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    During a monologue that went viral on social media, Kimmel addressed his broadcast audience of 2.4 million and contrasted the inaction on CHIP - which aids 9 million children and their families - with the tax-cut bill on a fast track in Congress.
  • Some Democrats Are Now Urging Al Franken to Remain in the Senate

    Some Democrats Are Now Urging Al Franken to Remain in the Senate

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    Through a spokesperson, Gillibrand told Politico: "He was entitled to a process, but he was not entitled to my silence". "I've seen a person that his own caucus has turned on, it just made me sick, it really did", he said . In retrospect they said they signed off on statements without the appropriate care and thought. Aides to several Democratic senators who called for Franken to step down, despite their conflicted feelings about doing so, said they remain comfortable with the move.