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Chicago took a 30-point lead with 8:17 left in the fourth quarter - its largest advantage of the season. The Bulls have rebounded from a demoralizing 10-game losing streak to this current run, where everyone Hoiberg taps for playing time is contributing and the collective confidence is soaring.
  • Mizuho Increases Tenet Healthcare (THC) Price Target to $15.00

    Mizuho Increases Tenet Healthcare (THC) Price Target to $15.00

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    Zweig has invested 0.65% in Tenet Healthcare Corp. It has underperformed by 68.76% the S&P500. Among 4 analysts covering Tracon Pharmaceuticals Inc ( NASDAQ:TCON ), 3 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 1 Hold. First Eagle Inv Limited Liability holds 778,655 shares. Credit Suisse Ag reported 612,872 shares stake. Dubuque Retail Bank invested 0% in DiamondRock Hospitality Company (NYSE:DRH).
  • Theresa May to face Brexit questions from liaison committee including rebel MPs

    Theresa May to face Brexit questions from liaison committee including rebel MPs

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    The Prime Minister failed - five times - to guarantee the vote would be on a Bill, allowing it to be amended, or for her to be sent back to Brussels to seek better terms if her deal is rejected. Backers of the Letwin amendment argue that Parliament may need more time to dissect the withdrawal agreement agreed by Britain and the European Union, especially if negotiations run to the final days or even hours of the Article 50 period.
  • Mary Norwood concedes defeat in Atlanta mayoral race

    Mary Norwood concedes defeat in Atlanta mayoral race

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    The elections director, Richard Barron, answered her complaints saying staffers did a hand count a small percentage of paper ballots, all within the law. Norwood called for a recount and threatened to sue the city after she alleged some Blacks in South West, Atlanta voted illegally. On election night, Bottoms defeated Norwood by over 800 votes.
  • Tie Vote Declared in Virginia's 94th House District

    Tie Vote Declared in Virginia's 94th House District

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    However, the judges, which the Post reports were all "elected by a Republican-controlled legislature", decided that the following ballot was valid because the voter cast all other votes for Republican candidates and appeared to cross out the "over-vote" for the Democratic candidate.
  • At least 29 dead in fitness centre fire in South Korea

    At least 29 dead in fitness centre fire in South Korea

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    A fire in a large commercial building in central South Korea killed at least 29 people on Thursday, after flames raged through the structure that houses a sauna, a gym, and other recreational facilities. An estimated 60 firefighters battled the fire Thursday and local media showed trucks and helicopters also on the scene. . Jecheon is southeast of the capital Seoul and is popular with visitors to its mountains and lakes.
  • North Korea testing biological warheads for its missiles

    North Korea testing biological warheads for its missiles

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    A recent ICBM test by North Korea , allegedly of a missile that could strike the us with a nuke, did not survive re-entry into the atmosphere. North Korea vehemently denied the allegation and said it will "take revenge" on the USA for saying it is developing biological weapons .
  • United Nations votes to condemn Trump's Jerusalem decision

    United Nations votes to condemn Trump's Jerusalem decision

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    By a lopsided 128-9 vote Thursday, the diplomats gathered in New York City ignored US objections and approved a resolution calling on countries to avoid moving their embassies to Jerusalem. And beyond the Middle East, countries across the West quickly reiterated the fact that their own embassies would not move from their present locations in Tel Aviv.
  • Cuban Leader Raul Castro to Stay in Office Through April: Government

    Cuban Leader Raul Castro to Stay in Office Through April: Government

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    Raul Castro announced in 2013 that this would be his last five-year term as president. The president of the Constitutional and Juridical Affairs Committee, Jose Luis Toledo, reminded the lawmakers gathered at Havana's Convention Center about the catastrophic consequences of Hurricane Irma for the country.
  • Mnangagwa to build a new Zimbabwe based on hardwork

    Mnangagwa to build a new Zimbabwe based on hardwork

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    The government recognized the need for an export-centered economic strategy to sustain high growth and would continue to support beneficiation and value addition of the country's exports, he said. ZANU PF national chairperson and environment minister Oppah Muchinguri was Thursday named acting president in the absence of Emmerson Mnangagwa. They include a new voters' roll, opposition access to public media, allowing an estimated three million Zimbabweans living overseas to vote and global ...
  • Ruckus in Rajya Sabha denies Sachin Tendulkar of his maiden speech

    Ruckus in Rajya Sabha denies Sachin Tendulkar of his maiden speech

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    Tendulkar was to initiate a short duration discussion on the right to play and the future of sports in India, but the protests led Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu to adjourn the House for the day. The cricketer got up, but could only look on as noisy protests went on. Naidu decided it was best to adjourn the proceedings for the day. As soon as the House met, Congress members trooped near the Speaker's podium, urging Sumitra Mahajan to allow party leader Mallikarjun Kharge to speak on the issue.
  • Cardi B Talks Topping Billboard Hot 100: 'It's Like Winning the Lottery'

    Cardi B Talks Topping Billboard Hot 100: 'It's Like Winning the Lottery'

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    Cardi B , whose entire year has been rich with success, is enjoying a particularly newsworthy week. Fallon tried to keep his composure, even dipping to take a swig from his coffee mug. That's not the only record the former Love & Hip Hop starlet has broken since " Bodak Yellow's " release. "My whole family was there, and it was just an emotional moment, it's like winning the lottery", she continues.
  • US Blames North Korea for 'Cowardly' WannaCry Cyberattack

    US Blames North Korea for 'Cowardly' WannaCry Cyberattack

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    In many cases, even paying the ransom did not decrypt the files. "After careful investigation, the US today publicly attributes the massive "WannaCry" cyberattack to North Korea", Bessert writes . She and Bossert urged more cooperation and information-sharing from American and multinational companies, arguing a united front is vital to protecting against bad actors who do not differentiate between government and business.
  • Prosecutors Asking FBI for Details on Uranium One Deal

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    New documents released by an anonymous informant in October brought the case back into the spotlight, suggesting that any Clinton-Russia collusion is worse than the alleged Trump-Russia collusion driving the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
  • Mum 'Broke Son's Heart' By Accidentally Cooking His Elf On The Shelf

    Mum 'Broke Son's Heart' By Accidentally Cooking His Elf On The Shelf

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    When it came time to make lunch a few days later, she preheated the oven without a second thought. When Mease attempted to extract him from the oven rack, his head popped off, much to the horror of her young son. Though Gray is happy about Elfis' return, Ily is a little bit salty. But as with all stories that are hilarious after the fact, timing is everything, and in the very moment the friends were using kitchen utensils to get the burnt and melting elf out of the oven, Gray walked in ...