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  • Octogenarian jewelry thief Doris Payne arrested again in Atlanta

    She concealed it in her back pocket and attempted to leave the store, police said. Court documents made reference to numerous alleged thefts over dating back to 1999 - including one incident a year ago when she was accused of stealing a pair of earrings valuing $690 from a Saks Fifth Avenue at an upscale shopping centre in Atlanta.

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  • Stocks fall after Fed rate hike, dollar and bond yields jump

    Stocks fall after Fed rate hike, dollar and bond yields jump

    That is similar to a Reuters poll outlook for 2016 in a series of forecasts made a year ago on growth, rates, inflation and foreign exchange that were broadly accurate. There are, indeed, signs that the United States economy is strong and is approaching full employment, but the level of growth remains subdued by historical standards.

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  • First lady: White House needs a 'grown-up' to calm in crisis

    First lady: White House needs a 'grown-up' to calm in crisis

    Her husband campaigned on a promise to restore "hope", but now that he's turning over the White House to Donald Trump that's evaporated, according to Michelle Obama. "I feel Barack has been that for the nation in ways that people will come to appreciate". While Obama has refused since the November 8 election to repeat his criticisms of Trump, Mrs.

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  • New Spider Species Named After Enchanted 'Harry Potter' Sorting Hat

    New Spider Species Named After Enchanted 'Harry Potter' Sorting Hat

    The journal states: "This uniquely shaped spider derives its name from the fabulous, sentient magical artifact, the sorting hat , owned by the (fictitious) medieval wizard Godric Gryffindor, one of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardy, and stemming from the powerful imagination of Ms JK Rowling, wordsmith extraordinaire, as presented in her beloved series of books, featuring everyone's favourite boy-wizard, Harry Potter".

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  • UFC Fight Night: Waterson opens up about family and fighting

    Michelle Waterson will seek to make VanZant a runner-up once again. VanZant is 22, attractive, well-spoken and marketable. Picking up where Faber left off are young fighters like VanZant and Northcutt. "I'm definitely used to it by now and I just don't let anything that people say get to me. When they do, those are the only times I feel conflicted about my career, but fortunately I have a very supportive husband who is very understanding of my passion in martial arts, who believes in my ...

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  • Will you try it? Starbucks unveils 'Fruitcake Frappuccino'

    The drink is actually a modification of one of the coffee chain's other drinks. The Fruitcake Frappuccino tastes mostly like hazelnut and nothing like actual fruitcake, due to the fact that it lacks rum (oh, if only ...), and everyone know fruitcake only really tastes like rum.

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  • Over 950 merchants to participate in 'Free Shipping Day'

    Over 950 merchants to participate in 'Free Shipping Day'

    Crew Factory and Buffalo by David Bitton are among such merchants, with Walmart participating for the second year in a row. Also: there's no official spending minimum for the Free Shipping Day. Several stores offer free shipping without limits all season long. In addition, all merchants promise delivery by Christmas Eve . Therefore, unless and until you can consistently assure online shoppers that they don't have to worry about shipping charges, you'll be at a competitive disadvantage.

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  • 'La La Land' leads Golden Globe nominations with 7 nods

    Sliding right into its place, and for good reason, was Nocturnal Animals , nominated for Tom Ford's directing and writing, and supporting actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson (a odd pick considering leads Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Shannon), while Hidden Figures was recognized for only Octavia Spencer out of its highly praised ensemble.

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  • Wonder Woman dropped from United Nations gender equality efforts

    The decision to end the Wonder Woman campaign follows online protests from some who felt that the character's sexualized representation sent the wrong message to girls and women. Ms Simmons said the release next year of a special-edition Wonder Woman comic book on the empowerment of women and girls, announced in October, was still planned.

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  • Exxon Mobil names Woods chairman, CEO to replace Tillerson

    Exxon said Tillerson, 64, will retire at the end of the year and Woods, 51, would take over as chairman and CEO, effective January 1. Woods is currently senior vice president, and will now join Exxon's board. He emerged as Mr. Tillerson's heir apparent last December when he was appointed president of the company and took a seat on the board. "It would have been locked in no matter who was CEO".

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  • Yahoo says hackers stole information from over 1B accounts

    That earlier breach, which Yahoo has attributed to a "state-sponsored actor", is "likely distinct" from the newly disclosed breach, according to the company. So who's behind it? In the mid-1990s, Yahoo was among the most popular destinations on the internet, helping many people navigate the emerging web.

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  • La La Land sweeps Critics' Choice Awards

    La La Land sweeps Critics' Choice Awards

    The musical La La Land nabbed eight Critics' Choice Awards including Best Director and Best Picture. The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story won a bunch of acting awards and it also took home the prize for Best Television Movie or Limited Series.

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  • Terminally ill 5-year-old boy dies in Santa's arms

    Eric Schmitt-Matzen, 60 years of age, living in Tennessee, got a call from a nurse at his local hospital who told him he had to go "right now" to visit a boy who wanted to meet Santa. A United States man who dresses up as Santa Claus fulfilled a dying boy's Christmas wish by visiting him at his bedside, before the youngster passed away in his arms.

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  • 'La La Land,' 'Moonlight' among winners at Critics Choice

    'La La Land,' 'Moonlight' among winners at Critics Choice

    The Critics' Choice Awards are chosen by the more than 300 members of the Broadcast Film Critics Association. - Natalie Portman for best actress for her lead role in " Jackie ". Other big winners of the night included Alec Baldwin for his portrayal of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live , actress Viola Davis for Fences and Mahershala Ali for Moonlight .

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  • Trump Chooses Rick Perry for Energy Secretary

    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest took a swipe at Perry Tuesday while explaining why the administration rejected a request by the Trump transition team for information about Energy Department employees who worked on climate change .

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  • Portland Trail Blazers at Los Angeles Clippers

    Portland Trail Blazers at Los Angeles Clippers

    The closing minute or so was riveting, with Damian Lillard sinking a three-pointer that emphasized the importance of a late J.J. Redick free throw. George scored 15 points in a row in Indiana's game-clinching 19-4 run as in rallied for a 118-111 victory at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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  • Viewership dips for NBC's live showing of 'Hairspray'

    Viewership dips for NBC's live showing of 'Hairspray'

    In a production that often forgot the importance of appealing to our ears as well as our hearts, it was Hudson who issued a startling reminder: This isn't just a show about dreaming of a better future. There were some odd moments (" Good Morning Baltimore " was filmed outside, in the... evening?) but displayed admirable risk-taking from productions that can otherwise get stuck in a staid, stagey format.

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  • Kanye, Kardashian looking ahead to 2017

    We investigate them. And we can punt this rumor that alleges Kardashian is "creeping" on West with a National Football League kicker. It appears Kanye West might be bidding adieu to his Calabasas studio. Marquette King, Kim Kardashian's alleged lover, became an NFL-er in 2012 when he started playing for Oakland Raiders. But instead of coming out to respond to the rumors, the couple just chose to let it all fly out, believing perhaps that those would simply die natural deaths especially ...

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  • 'La La Land' gets 7 Golden Globe nominations

    'La La Land' gets 7 Golden Globe nominations

    Another Briton, Charlotte Rampling, is nominated for best actress in a limited television series for her performance in London Spy . Best supporting performance by an actor in any motion picture are:Mahershala Ali, "Moonlight"; Jeff Bridges, "Hell or High Water"; Simon Helberg, "Florence Foster Jenkins"; Dev Patel, "Lion"; Aaron Taylor-Johnson, " Nocturnal Animals ".

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  • Father's little helper: Mick Jagger becomes dad again at 73

    Father's little helper: Mick Jagger becomes dad again at 73

    Sir Mick and Ms Hamrick welcomed a son in NY on Thursday. Jagger was reportedly at the hospital in time for the baby's arrival. According to a statement, both parents are "delighted" and the "mother and baby are doing well". He had four children with his ex-partner Jerry Hall - Elizabeth , 32, James, 31, Georgia, 24, and Gabriel , 18. Jagger also has five grandchildren and, in 2014, he became a great-grandfather when his daughter Jade's daughter, Assisi , welcomed her own daughter.

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  • Winter weather advisory for York

    Winter weather advisory for York

    All precipitation could change to rain later Monday morning as warmer air sweeps across the area south of the city. Back to the Winter Storm Warning .the Flathead and Mission valleys are expected to receive in the neighborhood of 2 to 7 inches of new snow.

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  • Gatlinburg fire: 2 juveniles face aggravated arson charges

    The fire spread to the Gatlinburg area, causing widespread damage. However, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn said officials are determined to bring closure to the countless people who were affected. "I mean, what if somebody came through their town, and set their town on fire, and lost their loved ones, and lost all their homes?" The teenagers charged with setting a fire in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that ultimately spread to thousands of homes and ...

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  • Actor Judge Reinhold reportedly arrested at Dallas Love Field

    Officers claimed he refused to go through security screening and resisted a pat-down search. The actor was told the pat-down could be conducted in a private room, but he turned down the offer, the Dallas News reports. Mr. Reinhold reportedly became belligerent during the incident and used explicit language, according to a local ABC affiliate, WFAA . The Morning News reported that Reinhold was traveling through Dallas on his way to New Mexico, where he has a home.

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  • Facts About the Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo's Super Mario Run , the first official Mario game to arrive on smartphones, requires an Internet connection to play. Fans who want to check the game out sooner can do so with a special demo that will be available at Apple stores later today.

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  • See Princess Kate and the Queen (in Tiaras!) in Regal New Portrait

    At a diplomatic reception at Buckingham Palace, London , on Thursday evening, the Duchess wore a diamond and pearl-encrusted tiara which was made for Queen Mary of Teck more than a century ago. All eyes were on Duchess Catherine, who opted for one of her favourite looks, a striking red Jenny Packham gown, which she first wore past year at her very first State Banquet.

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  • Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Confirmed, Release Date Set

    Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Confirmed, Release Date Set

    These sequels have been announced well before the latest installments of the films even hit theaters! No one knew who I was or what I was doing. This is why, with nothing to go off of but a couple scenes with Tom Holland in Captain America: Civil War crowded with more established superheroes, Spider-Man: Homecoming has been my most anticipated movie of 2017.

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  • Warehouse fire recovery effort complete; death toll at 36

    Warehouse fire recovery effort complete; death toll at 36

    Days later, a city building inspector visited the property on November 17 and verified the blight complaint, but could not gain access to the building to confirm the other complaint regarding unpermitted construction. Jill Snyder, special agent in charge of the San Francisco office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, told AP investors were looking at "anything electrical" on the first floor of the warehouse near the origin of the blaze.

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  • Colombia president to collect Nobel without rebels in tow

    Colombia president to collect Nobel without rebels in tow

    The shock result appeared to have sent Santos' chances of winning the Nobel up in smoke. "It is much more hard to achieve peace than to wage war", Santos said in a speech after receiving the prize on Saturday. "The FARC has asked for forgiveness for this atrocity, and Leyner, who is now a community leader, has forgiven them", Santos said of Palacios said.

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  • Trump edges toward Tillerson for State

    It's unclear what his per-episode fee is, but it is likely to be in the low five-figures, at minimum. Variety reports that Trump will be paid through MGM , rather than NBC , though MGM declined to give details about how much Trump will be paid for holding the credit.

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