• Packers unlikely to sign Dez Bryant
Packers unlikely to sign Dez Bryant

The release of Bryant certainly created the thought that Williams' job was safe for the 2018 season, but that's far from the case as his production simply hasn't been there. I still believe Dez can highpoint the football as good as any receiver in the National Football League. Bryant would be a logical fit in Green Bay since the Packers released...

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  • Officer and four attackers dead in Indonesia police station assault
Officer and four attackers dead in Indonesia police station assault

One of the dead men had a suspected bomb strapped to his body, the report said. The attack comes after a series of suicide bombings, also claimed by IS, which targeted churches and a police building in Surabaya - Indonesia's second-biggest city, over the past few days.

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  • FBI Has Suspect in Damaging CIA Leak of Spying Code
FBI Has Suspect in Damaging CIA Leak of Spying Code

During his time at CIA, Schulte was employed at National Clandestine Service (NCS) as a Directorate of Science and Technology (DS&T) Intelligence Officer. He has pleaded not guilty. But to this day, no charges have been brought against Schulte in the Vault 7 leaks investigation. They allege messages sent by Mr Schulte suggest he was aware of il...

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  • Anwar says Malaysia on verge of
Anwar says Malaysia on verge of "golden era"

That hope now looks stronger than ever, with 92-year-old new Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad signaling he will yield to his one-time protege in one of the great turnabouts in Asian politics. The highs and lows of the relationship between Anwar and Mahathir are extraordinary. Anwar was freed in 2004 and cleared of the sodomy charges after Mahath...

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  • Facebook Suspends 200 Apps In Data Misuse Investigation
Facebook Suspends 200 Apps In Data Misuse Investigation

The move comes as the social network conducts an audit of apps that might have mishandled Facebook user data before the company changed its data-access policy several years ago. And as for future apps found to violate Facebook's terms, the firm "will ban them and notify people via this website". Facebook has suspended about 200 apps for p...

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  • Start of Ramadan delayed as no confirmed moon sightings in North America
Start of Ramadan delayed as no confirmed moon sightings in North America

On the 29th day of the preceding month, Shaaban, Muslim scholars observe the new crescent in the sky after the sun sets. It is on this night, which falls during the last 10 nights of Ramadan, that Muslims believe that God sent the Angel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad and revealed the first verses of the Quran.

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  • Defector: Kim Jong Un will never give up his nukes
Defector: Kim Jong Un will never give up his nukes

What a difference a year makes! However, analysts say the last five nuclear tests were all conducted using the same tunnel, and that although that tunnel may be damaged beyond fix, the North Koreans could dig others for potential future tests.

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  • National Police Week events today in Middle Tennessee
National Police Week events today in Middle Tennessee

As law enforcement at all levels collaborates to curtail violent crime, the cooperation of the public is a key component of community resilience and neighborhood safety. Those law enforcement officers traveled hundreds of miles from across the country. In honor of National Police Officers' Memorial Week, Clarinda Police's annual memorial ceremo...

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  • Children Were Made To Live In House Littered With Feces, Garbage
Children Were Made To Live In House Littered With Feces, Garbage

Sharon Henry, chief deputy district attorney for Solano County, said she was horrified by their statements , saying the torture was for sadistic purposes. But absolutely not, my husband is an fantastic person. Rogers told KTVU she called 911 after her 12-year-old son went for a walk and didn't return home.

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  • South and North Korea to Hold Meeting for Peace on May 16
South and North Korea to Hold Meeting for Peace on May 16

National Security Advisor John Bolton said at an interview on May 13 (local time) that the US government's permanent, verifiable and irreversible dismantling (PVID) means every nuclear weapon should be dismantled and transferred to Oak Ridge and uranium enrichment and plutonium reprocessing capabilities should be removed.

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  • Putin has truck driver's license, his spokesman says
Putin has truck driver's license, his spokesman says

Ukraine has said the construction of the bridge shows blatant disregard for global law. After Russia's annexation of Crimea in March 2014, the peninsula found itself between a rock and a hard place. "Today, both in a practical sense and from a symbolic point of view, is an extremely important day", he added. Putin is known to drive automobiles ...

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  • New Italy PM could be independent figure, top 5-star member says
New Italy PM could be independent figure, top 5-star member says

Mattarella is due to meet Di Maio at 4:30 pm local time and a delegation of the League at 6:00 pm. On Wednesday, Mr Berlusconi seemed to give the green light for the League to go ahead without him, and its leader Matteo Salvini and the M5S's Luigi Di Maio have since met and agreed on a government program and a leader, according to local media...

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  • Sports betting still illegal in Iowa despite Supreme Court ruling
Sports betting still illegal in Iowa despite Supreme Court ruling

A great day for the rights of states and their people to make their own decisions. Leonsis says the decision "brings a multibillion dollar industry out of the shadows and into the sunlight, where its integrity can be guaranteed and consumers can be better protected" and that it will change the face of sports fandom for the better.

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  • Controversial pro-Trump pastor offers blessing at Jerusalem embassy opening
Controversial pro-Trump pastor offers blessing at Jerusalem embassy opening

The Dallas pastor slated to lead a prayer at the opening of the USA embassy in Jerusalem has made derogatory remarks about Jews, Muslims, and Mormons. "You know, 4,000 years ago God said to Abraham that He would make him the father of a great nation that would be a blessing to all the nations on the earth", Jeffress said.

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  • Israel kicks off United States embassy celebrations in Jerusalem
Israel kicks off United States embassy celebrations in Jerusalem

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) released a statement Monday accusing the Palestinian militant group Hamas , which controls Gaza, of "leading a terrorist operation" and inciting protesters who had amassed by the border fence with Israel to conduct what Israel described as terror attacks.

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  • McCain 'surprised' WH aide not fired for snide remark
McCain 'surprised' WH aide not fired for snide remark

Press secretary Sarah Sanders scolded her employees Friday for the derogatory remark about Sen. In the meeting with communications staffers, Sanders called the comment by special assistant Kelly Sadler "unacceptable", according to ABC News , but sources told the network she was more upset over the leak of the remark.

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  • Goalkeeper Ederson extends contract at Man City until 2025
Goalkeeper Ederson extends contract at Man City until 2025

PEP GUARDIOLA hailed the flawless finish to an astonishing campaign as an injury-time strike saw champions Manchester City become the first club to reach 100 Premier League points in a season . Frank De Boer, Crystal Palace manager, September 10, 2017 . Other results included a 1-0 win for Arsenal at Huddersfield in Arsene Wenger's last ...

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  • United States says Iran nuclear inspections must continue
United States says Iran nuclear inspections must continue

Trump walked away from the deal anyway. After months of bellicose rhetoric between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the USA president in March said the two would meet for a summit, a stunning development South Korea's President Moon Jae-in dubbed a "miracle".

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  • Another Democratic Senator Announces Support For CIA Nominee Gina Haspel
Another Democratic Senator Announces Support For CIA Nominee Gina Haspel

She faced sharp questioning from Democrats over her role in the agency's use of "enhanced interrogation techniques", commonly referred to as torture , on terrorist suspects. Donnelly's endorsement comes just days after Haspel's confirmation hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee , during which she repeatedly refused to say torture is ...

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  • Mourinho admits being happy with second is against his nature
Mourinho admits being happy with second is against his nature

With the future of manager David Moyes uncertain, West Ham will head into the summer with several questions over who will remain at the London Stadium by the start of next season. "We have one more game on Sunday and we want to finish strong, then we can go forward to next season". Now we have the objective to finish with more than 80 points.

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