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With the Mavericks probably targeting a big man in the draft and with Dwight Powell's improved play this season, Noel fitting into the team's future plans is questionable at best. Noel's suspension will begin with tonight's game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Portland Trail Blazers , meaning he won't be on the court again until the start of the 2018-19 season.
  • What it looks like to lose the NCAA championship game

    What it looks like to lose the NCAA championship game

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    It's based on age. This is an accomplishment that only four teams since 1985 share. But Krzyzewski is 71. He joined The Post in 2015 after more than eight years as a columnist with the Seattle Times. "New low for an NCAA men's title game", Karp wrote . But when Wright took over in 2001-2002, the Cats had made the NCAA Tournament only once in the previous four seasons , and hadn't gotten past the second round since 1988.
  • OR joins suit challenging Census citizenship question

    OR joins suit challenging Census citizenship question

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    Conference of Mayors. Representatives for the U.S. Department of Commerce, which approved the question, were unavailable for immediate comment, as were Census Bureau representatives. Rep. Jerry NadlerJerrold (Jerry) Lewis NadlerTop House Judiciary Dem rips Nunes memo accusing Federal Bureau of Investigation of bias Conyers stepping aside as ranking Dem on House Judiciary Committee Dems stop short of demanding Conyers step down from powerful committee MORE (D-N.Y.) accused the Trump ...
  • Shots fired at YouTube offices in California, casualties reported

    Shots fired at YouTube offices in California, casualties reported

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    Google , which owns YouTube , has said it is investigating a possible "gunfire incident". The headquarters is about 12 miles south of downtown San Francisco, close to San Francisco International Airport. It unofficially marks the beginning of Silicon Valley and is also home to a major Walmart e-commerce office. Overhead video from CNN affiliate KGO showed a heavy police presence outside the YouTube building.
  • Woman used Taser to wake teen for Easter service, police say

    Woman used Taser to wake teen for Easter service, police say

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    Dobbins told ABC News, "I said, "Get up!" "Nobody writes a book on the correct way of parenting", the mother said. At one point she went back to her room and picked up the stun gun. He has nowhere to go. "He said some cuss words at me", Dobbins told Fox 10 Phoenix . An 18-year-old family member claimed to have witnessed the incident, AZCentral.com added.
  • Waterslide designer detained over decapitation of 10-year-old boy

    Waterslide designer detained over decapitation of 10-year-old boy

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    He is charged with Murder , Aggravated Battery, and Aggravated Endangering of a Child over the death of a boy on the Verrukt water slide at the Schlitterbahn water park outside Kansas City. Former park operations director Tyler Austin Miles and the park have been charged with involuntary manslaughter as well. In addition to Schooley, Henry and the construction company that built the slide have been charged with second-degree murder in connection with Caleb's death.
  • Prince Philip Admitted to Hospital Ahead of Hip Surgery

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    Philip was also due to attend the annual Maundy Service last Thursday at St. George's Chapel Chapel with Queen Elizabeth but cancelled at the last minute due to a problem with his hip. "Further updates will be issued when appropriate". He and Elizabeth celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary in November. He couldn't attend the Queen's annual church service at St.
  • De La Rue plans legal challenge to United Kingdom passport ruling

    De La Rue plans legal challenge to United Kingdom passport ruling

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    Basingstoke-based De La Rue, holder of the current passport contract, has said it may appeal the government's decision , which would see British passports manufactured in France after the United Kingdom has left the European Union. British passports are now manufactured by native firm, De La Rue. The government said doing so could save the taxpayer as much as 120 million pounds ($169 million).
  • CHP says Hart family crash appears to be intentional

    CHP says Hart family crash appears to be intentional

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    Speaking at an evening news conference Sunday night, Baarts said the electronic information combined with the lack of skid marks or signs the driver braked led authorities to believe the crash was purposeful. "The Red Cross has already been contacted and is helping the family", Peters said. Well before the wreck, Sarah Hart pleaded guilty in 2011 to a domestic assault charge in Douglas County, Minnesota, telling authorities "she let her anger get out of control" while spanking her ...
  • President Trump wants military to do border control

    President Trump wants military to do border control

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    Trump has been promising to fight illegal immigration from Mexico since his presidential campaign, claiming he will build a wall on the USA border. He also targeted money sent to Central American countries after it was reported that a caravan of immigrants from those countries was moving north through Mexico toward the U.S.
  • China hits the United States with tariffs on $3 billion of exports

    China hits the United States with tariffs on $3 billion of exports

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    Shares on the S&P 500 index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by as much as 3 per cent after the announcement, hitting their lowest levels since mid February, with a sell-off of tech stocks on the back of Donald Trump's latest tweets against Amazon and ongoing concerns over Facebook adding to Wall Street's nerves.
  • Russian ambassador to Ireland to host briefing on Skripal case

    Russian ambassador to Ireland to host briefing on Skripal case

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    Former UK Ambassador to Moscow Sir Tony Brenton said Buzhinsky's comments were a "relatively mainstream view" in Russian Federation. Mr Skripal remains in a coma and in a critical condition but last week doctors said that his daughter had shown signs of recovery and her life was no longer in danger.
  • Kpop group Red Velvet perform for Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang

    Kpop group Red Velvet perform for Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang

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    It reportedly has been a punishable crime in North Korea to consume popular culture from South Korea including music. "We had the responsibility of providing the freedom and convenience of media coverage", he said . Much South Korean material - which, unlike Chinese or Hollywood content does not require translation for a North Korean audience - is smuggled in on thumb drives and traded on black markets.
  • Lawyer Who Lied to Mueller About Russian Spy Gets 30 Days

    Lawyer Who Lied to Mueller About Russian Spy Gets 30 Days

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    The son-in-law of Russian oligarch German Kahn, Van der Zwaan faced up to five years in federal prison. Van der Zwaan lied to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his contacts with Rick Gates , who was an official on President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, and an individual in Ukraine who prosecutors referred to as "Person A".
  • Germany Files Request to Extradite Puigdemont

    Germany Files Request to Extradite Puigdemont

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    Schleswig-Holstein's Higher Regional Court will now decide whether to grant the extradition request. Carles Puigdemont, who was arrested last week while traveling from Finland to Belgium, is being held on an worldwide arrest warrant from Spain, where he has been charged with rebellion for going ahead with the referendum in spite of a court ban.