• Colin Cowherd calls Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa a 'left-handed Russell Wilson'

    Colin Cowherd calls Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa a 'left-handed Russell Wilson'

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    There was a rush to be the first to usher in the demise of Nick Saban and the almighty Crimson Tide. Tagovailoa replaced starting quarterback Jalen Hurts at halftime. He also said that Alabama was making a serious run for Jake Fromm, who ended up quarterbacking the Bulldogs to the national championship . Had history been different, however, there could have been an epic quarterback battle in Eugene this year.
  • James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt to play Summerfest June 28

    James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt to play Summerfest June 28

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    Taylor is known for his popular tracks like "Fire and Rain" and 'Something in the Way She Moves, ' among many others. Three of her albums have gone gold, and four have gone platinum, including "Nick of Time", which has sold more than 5 million copies, and "Luck of the Draw", which has sold more than 7 million.
  • Vin Diesel in Talks to Play Valiant's Bloodshot

    Vin Diesel in Talks to Play Valiant's Bloodshot

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    However, exciting as it may be to imagine Diesel kicking butt in a R-rated comic book movie riddled with bullets and nanotechnology, it's worth remembering that his casting has yet to be confirmed. This type of stoic, unstoppable killing machine antihero is flawless for Diesel, and is a return to the type of characters that originally made him famous.
  • Senior Hamas terrorist in critical condition with gunshot wound to the head

    Senior Hamas terrorist in critical condition with gunshot wound to the head

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    Al-Alami, also known by his nom de guerre , Abu Hamam, is reported in critical condition after he was taken to a Gaza City hospital. There was no independent confirmation of the circumstances of the incident. Mr Alani was then elected deputy leader in Gaza, a position he held until a year ago. Hamas co-founder and senior official Imad al-Alami has been on the U.S.'s radar since 2003.
  • TODAY'S FORECAST: Mostly cloudy, chance of snow showers

    TODAY'S FORECAST: Mostly cloudy, chance of snow showers

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    Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 22. Today's high temperature likely will be a harbinger of warmer conditions in Forsyth County later this week, forecasters say. Chance of precipitation is 70 percent. Total daytime snow accumulation of less than one inch possible. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour.
  • NAACP Wants Fans At College Title Game To Wave White Towels

    NAACP Wants Fans At College Title Game To Wave White Towels

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    University of Georgia game , is focused on protesting Trump and his "racist" policies, Richard Rose , the NAACP Atlanta chapter president told The Daily Caller News Foundation. Trump has been critical of the NFL for allowing players to kneel during the national anthem. President Trump won both Alabama and Georgia in the 2016 presidential election, but Fulton County, where much of metro Atlanta is located, voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton.
  • Senate Democrat releases testimony from co-founder of Fusion GPS

    Senate Democrat releases testimony from co-founder of Fusion GPS

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    Two Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are pushing Sen. The British ex-spy who authored a dossier of allegations against then-presidential candidate Donald Trump was told the Federal Bureau of Investigation had someone inside Trump's network providing agents with information, according to a newly-released transcript of a congressional interview.
  • Trump to attend Davos economic conference

    Trump to attend Davos economic conference

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    Bannon. An annual meeting of the wealthy global elite - some of whom have been quite critical of Trump - Davos seems a unusual venue for a president who has criticized free trade agreements and the effects of globalization on US industries.
  • Spanish prisoner presumed 'dead' found snoring shortly before autopsy

    Spanish prisoner presumed 'dead' found snoring shortly before autopsy

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    Relatives of Jimenez reportedly said, "They had already marked the body to open it with the scalpel". Jiménez was placed in a bag and taken to Legal Medicine Institute of Oviedo for an autopsy to determine how he died. Montoya was not dead. "The forensic [pathologist] proceeded to open the bag and found the inmate still alive", El Espanol wrote. He had "the marks painted on the body to open it", a relative told La Voz.
  • Brooklyn Assemblywoman Indicted on Fraud Charges

    Brooklyn Assemblywoman Indicted on Fraud Charges

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    Harris allegedly defrauded $25,000 from FEMA between 2012 and 2014 by falsely claiming she had been displaced from her Coney Island home by Hurricane Sandy. While head of a Brooklyn nonprofit between August 2015 and July 2015, Harris allegedly used $23,000 meant to rent a studio for personal use in her checking account, according to the indictment unsealed Tuesday.
  • At least eight migrants drown off the coast of Libya

    At least eight migrants drown off the coast of Libya

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    The incident was believed to be the first involving a migrant boat in the Mediterranean in 2018, according to aid agencies and non-government groups. "The search continues for survivors", said the coast guard, which was aided in the rescue by a navy vessel.
  • At least 5 dead as rain, mud roil California

    At least 5 dead as rain, mud roil California

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    A stew of water, garbage and tree limbs flooded one part of United States 101 between Montecito and Carpinteria, images from CNN affiliate KERO showed. Despite the potential for severe flooding, California is in need of rain. That's where thousands of residents evacuated Monday over fears of destructive mudslides in areas where the state's largest-ever fire raged last month.
  • Prosecutor's Statement Puts Cloud Over Massachusetts Marijuana Businesses

    Prosecutor's Statement Puts Cloud Over Massachusetts Marijuana Businesses

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    As of January 7, 2018, 29 states and the District of Columbia have laws permitting marijuana in some capacity, and seven states and the District of Columbia have laws permitting marijuana for recreational purposes. Senate. "Congress has unambiguously made it a federal crime to cultivate, distribute and/or possess marijuana ". Dick Evans, a Northampton attorney and longtime advocate for legalizing marijuana said he does not believe a federal crackdown is likely.
  • 61 people die from Listeria outbreak in South Africa

    61 people die from Listeria outbreak in South Africa

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    Sovereign issued a media release on Tuesday morning quoting Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi saying: "At this juncture‚ we can not conclude that the abattoir is the source of the present outbreak". He said the health workers should have "a high index of suspicion" when dealing with pregnant women or neonates. Whole genome sequencing (WGS) of 337 isolates from January 2017 includes clinical, food and food production environment isolates.