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Oregon State: Going into the game, the Beavers were making 42.5 percent from 3-point ranked to rank No. 1 in the nation. "We gambled and didn't get the steal and they get a wide-open shot", said Alford, whose team has matched its conference loss total from last season only seven games into Pac-12 play.
  • Militares venezolanos rodean y atacan al disidente Óscar Pérez

    Militares venezolanos rodean y atacan al disidente Óscar Pérez

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    Según la nota oficial, Pérez y sus hombres estaban "fuertemente apertrechados (armados) con armamento de alto calibre" , y "abrieron fuego contra las fuerzas de seguridad", lo que dejó dos policías muertos y cinco heridos. Óscar Pérez, un exfuncionario policial venezolano , ha denunciado a través de las redes sociales que se encuentra sitiado por las autoridades policiales y militares, en una localidad cercana a la ciudad de Caracas .
  • Notre Dame vs Clemson basketball

    Notre Dame vs Clemson basketball

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    Shelton Mitchell and Marcquise Reed had 12 points each for Tigers. Tennessee led 60-50 after three quarters, but a 12-0 run by the Irish coincided with a almost three-minute scoreless skid by Tennessee to give Notre Dame a 70-65 lead with 4:12 to play that it would not relinquish.
  • Trump campaign releases ad tying Democrats to murders by illegal immigrants

    Trump campaign releases ad tying Democrats to murders by illegal immigrants

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    President Donald Trump on Saturday released a vitriolic campaign ad attacking Democrats on immigration, calling them "complicit in every murder committed by illegal immigrants". The explosive new ad comes amid a government shutdown led by Senate Democrats holding the government hostage until Congress grants amnesty to illegal immigrants who came here as children.
  • Mulvaney Says Open Government Now and Then Discuss Larger Issues

    Mulvaney Says Open Government Now and Then Discuss Larger Issues

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    White House budget director Mick Mulvaney scolded CNN reporter Jim Acosta's question Friday suggesting that Republicans could not blame Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) for a potential government shutdown , saying Acosta knew an appropriations bill could not be passed without some Democratic votes.
  • UKIP leader Henry Bolton loses no confidence vote after girlfriend row

    UKIP leader Henry Bolton loses no confidence vote after girlfriend row

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    Despite claiming to have ended his relationship with model Jo Marney, the pair have continued to be seen together both in a London restaurant and travelling on a train to Folkestone, where Mr Bolton has a flat. He said the NEC should be focusing on ensuring the party's "survival" rather than discussing his leadership. He was forced to separate glamour model Marney after text messages in which she made racial slurs against Meghan Markle and joked about child abuse were revealed by a Sunday ...
  • Kings' George Hill reportedly drawing interest from Cavaliers

    Kings' George Hill reportedly drawing interest from Cavaliers

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    The Thunder was shooting an efficient 11-of-13 from the free-throw line in the first half until Andre Roberson found himself at the stripe four times . LeBron James says that this season with the Cavs has been harder than the ones that came before. Coach Tyronn Lue was aware of the reports, and joked that the comments didn't come from any players he knows.
  • President Trump Insists His Border Wall Plan Has 'Never Changed'

    President Trump Insists His Border Wall Plan Has 'Never Changed'

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    Rep. Ruben Gallego confirmed the comment to CNN's Wolf Blitzer on "The Situation Room". I don't think - he didn't say it the way you would like him to say it. Democrats had hoped that the government shutdown could be used as leverage for a deal, but Cuellar said Monday - while at a gathering with the media in McAllen - that he would not vote for a government shutdown under any circumstances.
  • Trump fires up anti-abortion 'March for Life'

    Trump fires up anti-abortion 'March for Life'

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    Trump has previously asserted - including during a presidential debate against Hillary Clinton - that USA law permits doctors to "rip the baby out of the womb" in the ninth month of pregnancy, a fallacy circulated in hardline anti-abortion circles.
  • Private investigators think wealthy Toronto couple may have been murdered

    Private investigators think wealthy Toronto couple may have been murdered

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    The new information contradicts a widely circulated theory that Barry and Honey Sherman died as a result of a murder-suicide - a notion that is regarded as fiction by those who knew the Shermans well. The team of private investigators believes that the Shermans were, in fact, killed on December 13, two days before they were found. He was born February 2, 1942, to a Jewish family in Toronto.
  • Women's marches across Canada to mark 1 year since Trump inauguration

    Women's marches across Canada to mark 1 year since Trump inauguration

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    She said her attacker tried to stop her screaming by gagging her with a dirty crab apple he found nearby. Speakers at the L.A. rally included Scarlett Johansson, Alfre Woodard, Viola Davis and Eva Longoria . "And most importantly, dare your friends, dare your neighbors, dare everyone you've ever met to go register and vote", she continued. In the crowd were many New Yorkers, but also some who flew in especially for the event.
  • Indian hearth kills 2 villagers close to Kashmir — Pakistan military

    Indian hearth kills 2 villagers close to Kashmir — Pakistan military

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    India and Pakistan often accuse each other of violating a 2003 cease-fire agreement. Both countries have been staking a claim to the Kashmir territory since 1947, when they gained independence from the British colonial domination. On Monday, four Pakistan Army soldiers were martyred as Indian forces opened fire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, said a statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
  • Greeks rally against use of

    Greeks rally against use of "Macedonia" in name dispute with Skopje

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    Tens of thousands of people on Sunday rallied in northern Greece's biggest city, Thessaloniki, against a "name" compromise with neighboring Macedonia which they say would hurt their national interests. According to a survey conducted for Greek radio station 24/7 by the Alco polling group, 63 percent of respondents said they thought it was in Greece's best interests to seek a mutually acceptable solution at the United Nations talks.
  • Missouri governor claims 'no blackmail,' 'no violence' in affair

    Missouri governor claims 'no blackmail,' 'no violence' in affair

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    In the Saturday interview, Greitens did not directly say "yes" or "no" when asked if he had bound and blindfolded and taken a photo of the woman. That is a mistake for which I am very sorry. The St. Louis city prosecutor announced last week that it would launch a probe into Greitens amid the allegations. Meanwhile, James Bennett, a lawyer for Greitens, said the Missouri governor "has not been contacted at any time by the Federal Bureau of Investigation".
  • M Central Committee says 'no' to electoral pact with Congress

    M Central Committee says 'no' to electoral pact with Congress

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    Yechury said. However, traditionally, the party congress has never accepted any amendment which goes against the sense of the draft resolution adopted by the central committee. According to CPI (M) sources, Yechury had last night expressed his desire to quit from his post, stating it would be hard for him to continue, if his political line was defeated in voting.