• Former NBA star Shaq visits Atlanta girl nearly killed by dog

    Former NBA star Shaq visits Atlanta girl nearly killed by dog

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    Per Fox 5 , O'Neal has been in touch with the Sanders family since the attack, and he recently bought them new furniture and spent time with Syrai and her relatives. O'Neal met Sanders and her family at Rooms to Go, an Atlanta furniture store, and picked up the tab for new items. That's when former National Basketball Association star Shaquille O'Neal paid her a surprise visit - with a hug, kiss and a special treat.
  • Mercedes look to make early statement in Australia

    Mercedes look to make early statement in Australia

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    The clocks go forward an hour at 1am on March 26 - the day of the race. The rear wing, on the other hand, has become shorter and narrower to produce the opposite effect. Despite the changes at Mercedes, that included the departure of technical team boss Paddy Lowe to join Williams, the champions will start 2017 as favourites again with Britain Hamilton the man to watch on the track.
  • Kaepernick Trolls Trump With A $50000 Donation To Meals On Wheels

    Kaepernick Trolls Trump With A $50000 Donation To Meals On Wheels

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    But, despite the media's claims that Trump was taking money away from the program, a closer examination of the president's budget revealed he wasn't actually proposing any cuts to the program at all. The national organization administers nutritious meals to elderly citizens who otherwise have no access. I said if I remember that one I'm gonna report it to the people of the Kentucky.
  • OR upsets Maryland in Sweet 16

    OR upsets Maryland in Sweet 16

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    ABOUT KANSAS (31-4): Mason has been outstanding in his last NCAA Tournament, averaging 22.7 points on 23-of-41 shooting and 6.7 assists, and has scored at least 20 in nine of the last 10 contests. Though the loss was significant for OR, the Ducks were able to overcome the injury, beating Iona, Rhode Island and MI before their Elite Eight win over the Jayhawks.
  • Southgate gives England stars chance to seize power

    Southgate gives England stars chance to seize power

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    England skipper Wayne Rooney was left out of the squad, while Gary Cahill, who led the side in Wednesday's defeat by Germany, is suspended. Joe Hart loves the fact that Gareth Southgate is trying new things as England manager, and agrees the leadership burden can not sit squarely on Wayne Rooney's shoulders.
  • OR coach gets chance to relive rivalry with Kansas

    OR coach gets chance to relive rivalry with Kansas

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    Maryland missed its first five shots and the game's first basket didn't come for more than three minutes, a short jumper by Oregon's Hebard. The team had been constantly reiterating how they did not want this year's class to feel like last years, who left after a second round upset by Washington in College Park.
  • Gary Neville puts his £200m development plans on hold

    Gary Neville puts his £200m development plans on hold

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    Speaking to Omnisport , Neville said: " He is not getting overplayed, he is able to learn at a more calm pace . We have tried to listen and made many , many changes", adding that criticism of underused streets is also being addressed in a reworking of the plan.
  • No cakewalk as Roger Federer wins opening Miami match

    No cakewalk as Roger Federer wins opening Miami match

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    Roger Federer kept waving in apology, twice after he dribbled winners off the net cord and once when he slammed a volley that almost knocked his opponent down. Federer had already won an Australian Open title - in 2004, with a win over Marat Safin in the finals. Federer and del Potro were supposed to play early in the 2016 Miami Open, but Federer withdrew from the tournament with a stomach flu.
  • England captaincy would be an honour - Dier on leadership ambitions

    England captaincy would be an honour - Dier on leadership ambitions

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    West Ham's Andy Carroll offers a unique threat with his aerial prowess, but like Sturridge, can not stay fit, while Arsenal duo Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck - both overlooked by Southgate for the Germany and Lithuania games - flatter to deceive too often and are both compromised by their poor goals ratio at the top level.