• NRL Release Massive Statement On Future Of John Grant

    NRL Release Massive Statement On Future Of John Grant

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    McGuigan said he had spoken at length with Grant but no pressure had been applied to the Knights, either from the ARLC or their rival clubs. It's believed the clubs had signalled they would not attend, and remain steadfast in their refusal to engage in discussions with the ARLC until Grant is sacked as chairman, or the original funding agreement - worth 130 per cent of the salary cap - is back in play.
  • Washington Electoral College elector willing to switch his vote

    Washington Electoral College elector willing to switch his vote

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    The name Hamilton Electors is a nod to founding father Alexander Hamilton . Electoral College voters based in Colorado have formed a political non-profit to block Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPelosi backs changes in Dem leadership structure Trump's Commerce pick: NAFTA likely starting point on Day 1 Clinton's popular vote lead over Trump breaks 2.3 million MORE from the presidency.
  • First Sexually Transmitted Case of 'Zika' Virus Hits the UK

    First Sexually Transmitted Case of 'Zika' Virus Hits the UK

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    But once infected, the virus can also be transmitted during sexual intercourse because it can survive in semen for months. The DSHS noted that travel back and forth across the Mexican border is part of everyday life in this part of Southern Texas, which could exacerbate spread of Zika virus in communities in this area.
  • Ohio State Assailant Enrolled in 'Microaggression' Course

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    Investigators confirmed Wednesday that Artan was a refugee from Somalia who came to the United States by way of Pakistan. The FBI and Columbus police say Artan posted a series of Facebook rants on Monday that show he nursed grievances against the USA, railing against USA intervention in Muslim lands and warning, "If you want us Muslims to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, then make peace" with the Islamic State group.
  • Pokemon Sun and Moon

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    It is surprising because we are several months away from the official release of Nintendo Switch and the next-gen console is confirmed to receive a ported version of Pokemon Sun & Moon . " Pokemon Stars" is rumored to be the counterpart of " Pokemon Sun and Moon " for the Nintendo Switch and will have more features. All berries can be found on Route 10 in the Alola region in " Pokemon Sun and Moon ".
  • Oculus Starts Shipping Touch Vitual Reality Controller This Week

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    Oculus Rift is priced at $599 and the Oculus Touch $199, so the combined price of the Oculus experience comes to $798, while the HTC Vive's price is $799. The contoured controllers fit firmly in the palm, guiding your forefinger over a springy trigger and curling the rest of your fingers around a large lower grip button that depresses when you make a fist.
  • Companies leaving the USA will face "consequences"

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    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has telephoned President-elect Donald Trump and had a brief but "very engaging, animated conversation" in which both leaders invited each other to visit his country. "It's not going to happen", Trump thundered. "But we're going to have a lot of phone calls made to companies when they say they're leaving this country, because they're not going to leave this country".
  • Rohingya who fled Myanmar recount killings, rapes, burnings

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    Following protests last week by Muslims in Malaysia, Indonesia and Bangladesh, Kyaw on November 3 formed an investigative commission on Rakhine to examine the situation that led to the border guard station attacks and subsequent violence, as well as to verify allegations of rights abuses during security operations.
  • Top judge in Brexit case hits back at claims of political bias

    Top judge in Brexit case hits back at claims of political bias

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    The UK Supreme Court has begun a hearing into a landmark case to decide whether the government can trigger the process of Britain's exit from the European Union without the parliament's approval. The Brexit process was thrown into confusion in November when the High Court sided with campaigners who had argued that the government must seek the support of MPs.