• New $38B Israeli aid deal signed

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    The agreement was signed at the State Department by US Undersecretary of State Thomas Shannon and by Mr Jacob Nagel, acting head of Mr Netanyahu's national security council. But the Obama administration has been eager to lock in the agreement before leaving he leaves office to bolster the president's legacy and undermine the criticism that his administration was insufficiently supportive of Israel.
  • Victor Oladipo: NBA players will protest during anthem

    Victor Oladipo: NBA players will protest during anthem

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    The 6-foot-4, 230-pound quarterback rose to stardom when he helped the 49ers reach the Super Bowl during the 2012 season, but has since regressed in play with each season. Sometimes it may not be what you do, they like. Although, if you are someone like Kaepernick, doing these types of acts have a significance impact on our society.
  • Clinton, Trump tied across 13 swing states

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    Among the broader electorate of registered voters, Clinton leads Trump by five points. To secure the presidency, a candidate must secure 270 votes in the Electoral College. A look at the candidates' demographic support also illustrates why the race is close. At one point Clinton was nearly seven points ahead of Trump in the average.
  • Driver, 10-year-old child among 4 dead in NC bus crash

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    Highway Patrol Lt. Jeff Gordon says 42 other people on the bus were hurt, but their injuries don't appear life-threatening. The bus hit an overpass bridge on the Highway 74 bypass and crashed. The crash is under investigation, but state troopers told WXII that the bus's left front tire blew, which caused the crash. Clinton College, where Gibson and Hicks were students, announced on Facebook Sunday afternoon that they were canceling Monday's classes.
  • Manchester United boss Mourinho explains reserves' poor performances vs Feyenoord

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    Memphis Depay and Ashley Young, who have played just one minute of Premier League football between them so far this season, came on in the second half. Pogba, signed for a world-record fee of $116 million last month, was given more attacking license than in previous matches by being played alongside Ander Herrera and Morgan Schniederlin in midfield, but was a peripheral figure, especially in the first half.
  • MSN reunite to help whack Celtic 7-0

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    Lionel Messi set the tone for another Champions League campaign when scoring a hat-trick in Barcelona's 7-0 destruction of Celtic, so throwing down the gauntlet to great rival Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid. "Leo Messi plays at every position, he has freedom to do so because he is the best in the world at any position he plays", Luis Enrique said. "Professionally it is never nice when this happens", said the manager.
  • Trump's Second Amendment comment heard as threat

    Trump's Second Amendment comment heard as threat

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    Take their guns away ". "Take their guns away , OK? It will be very risky". With only about 50 days left before Americans elect their president, news from the campaign trail this week ranged from Hillary Clinton's pneumonia to Donald Trump's rising poll numbers.
  • Apple Says Initial Quantities Of iPhone 7 Already Sold Out

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    Though Apple has released a warning for customers, who will own jet Black variant of iPhone 7, that has not deterred the customers at all. But on Friday most talk focused on supply issues. Several local mobile phone operators in Singapore said the shortages were "due to high demand". The black version of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus is an exclusive that has 128 GB and 256 GB storage options.