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  • Robin Thicke Comments On Father Alan Thicke's Passing

    Robin Thicke Comments On Father Alan Thicke's Passing

    Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, Robin noted Alan was "the greatest man I ever met" and said of his passing, " the good thing was that he was beloved and he had closure ". "Love, your grateful son". On that comedy, which aired from 1985 to 1992, Thicke played Dr. Jason Seaver, a psychiatrist and father-knows-best who moved his practice into his home so his wife could go back to work as a reporter.

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  • 1st US offshore wind farm opens off Rhode Island's coast

    The project's crew transfer vessel, the Rhode Island-built Atlantic Pioneer , transported technicians to the wind farm around the clock. The region is anticipated to install 40GW of wind energy generation system over forth coming years. Back in the US, there was optimism regarding the offshore turbines now producing energy. The Providence Journal notes that National Grid will pay Deepwater Wind 24.4 cents per kilowatt hour of power, with the price escalating over time to 47.9 cents per ...

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  • RNC adviser: Trump ups intel briefings to three times a week

    Most modern-day presidents-elect had intelligence officials brief them almost every day on the contents of the President's Daily Brief, the highest-level intelligence document produced in the United States. "I don't have to be told the same thing in the same words every single day for the next eight years ", Trump said. "You have to make the best information possible to make the best decisions possible".

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  • Former WWE wrestler body slams would-be robber

    Outside, another camera catches what happens next: Felix, apparently reeling from Gaspard's strength, stumbles into the parking lot outside. "When I ran to the door, I ran into the door hard as [expletive], trying to knock him out". That's when he says the man pulled out the weapon and Gaspard pushed him against a cooler and it, which turned out to be a bb gun . Gaspard, who has now returned to his home in LA, told Local 10 that he didn't think badly of Felix.

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  • Alaska Air completes Virgin America acquisition

    Starting Dec. 19, customers will be able to buy tickets on Virgin America's website for travel on Alaska. On Wednesday, Alaska Air Group CEO Brad Tilden said that his company planned to make this "the most customer-friendly merger ever". Together, the new Seattle-based airline will operate a fleet of 286 aircraft on 1,187 daily flights. Alaska added that the combination also grows its access to important east coast airports such as Washington National, New York JFK, New York LaGuardia and ...

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  • Cuisinart food processors involved in recall

    That includes 30 cases that caused mouth lacerations or tooth injuries, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission . The recall includes 22 different Cuisinart models (models listed below) sold in the United States and Canada from July 1996 to December of 2015.

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  • J&K govt announces ex-gratia for Burhan Wani's kin

    Khalid, 25, was the elder brother of Burhan, whose death in July this year had ignited fierce protests, and was pursuing a postgraduate degree in political science from the Indira Gandhi National Open University. Twenty months later, the state government has circuitously nullified the Army's claim by clearing the name of Khalid for the ex-gratia relief of Rs 400,000 or a job to his family.

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  • Ravenel Associates collect Toys For Tots

    The Norris Detachment 804 Marine Corps League, the sponsoring organization of Toys for Tots, has been collecting everything from dolls to Hot Wheels since October. That means at least 15,000 toys must be collected in the next three days. 280 Spur ISD students piled into the bulldog stadium for a Christmas surprise Monday morning, where they were each given a sack of toys for Christmas.

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  • Congress charge against Rijiju baseless, then CVO political fixer: BJP

    Congress charge against Rijiju baseless, then CVO political fixer: BJP

    Satish Verma, the Cheif Vigilance Officer (CVO) of the North East Electrical Power Corporation (NEEPCO) has accused several high-profile persons of involving in corruption in the construction of two dams of the project. It also alleged that many transport challans and records provided by contractors were found to be fake. Distancing himself from Goboi, Rijiju said, "He is not related to me.

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  • Sunny Leone's brother gets married

    The actor, who attended her brother Sundeep Vohra's wedding last week, looked extremely lovely in an Indian attire. The wedding ceremony took place in Los Angeles last week and the actress looked extremely attractive in traditional attire. She looked stunning in a royal blue and golden Patiala suit. The pictures shared by the lady on the social networking sites indicated that she was very closer to her brother.

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  • Microsoft Bringing Full Windows 10 to Smart Phones in 2017

    A spokesman for Microsoft said: 'Some customers using Windows 10 have reported difficulties connecting to the Internet. Microsoft's Terry Myerson , Executive Vice President, Windows and Devices Group, blogged this week stating that the next-generation of Windows called " Windows 10 Creators" will empower a new wave of creativity, bringing 3D and mixed reality to everyone.

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  • Man Killed by Officer in Driveway Didn't Have Gun

    Man Killed by Officer in Driveway Didn't Have Gun

    Son Rogelio Serna lives a few block away and went to the scene when he heard the news. Police say an officer then opened fire, killing Serna. The son added police were called to Francisco Serna's home at least twice before, because he father inadvertently activated a medical alarm.

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  • Questions and answers in dispute over miners benefits

    Rothfus, from the 12th Congressional District, supports legislation proposed by Rep. David McKinley, a Republican from West Virginia, that would expand eligible uses of Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund money and supplemental Treasury payments to fund the health care benefits.

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  • Mercedes hits demonetization speed bump, lowers sales target for 2016

    This power plant will produce 329 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque with an electronically limited top speed of 130 miles per hour. The two-door actually rides on a slightly shorter wheelbase (113.1 versus 115.7 inches) than the sedan-that's because the E-Class Coupe actually rides on a version of the smaller Mercedes-Benz C-Class platform.

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  • Have travel plans? Prepare for cold rain and snow

    Have travel plans? Prepare for cold rain and snow

    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Rocky Mountain Front, including Browning, Marias Pass, Logan Pass, and Choteau. The storms left Chicago-area freeways with patches of snow and ice, making travel more hard. East Idaho's lower elevation areas will also receive snow - up to 4 inches Wednesday morning through Wednesday night.

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  • "Legion" group to hack Parliament website sansad

    A group called Legion allegedly hacked the accounts of Dutt and Kumar. The hacker group has also said that its next target is sansad.nic.in, a website which provides email services to government employees and also the former Indian Premier League boss Lalit Modi.

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  • Gov't to require cars be able to talk to each other

    Gov't to require cars be able to talk to each other

    To be sure, the proposed rule comes in the 11th hour of the Obama administration, rendering it susceptible to quick counteraction by the Trump administration. Looking forward, the department is setting its sights on developing the technology further so it can "talk" to traffic lights, stop signs, and work zones "to improve mobility, reduce congestion and improve safety" on the roads.

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  • Islamic State killed in wars to date

    An Iraqi commander says reinforcements have been sent to eastern Mosul after a major Islamic State counterattack drove troops back last week, further slowing a almost two-month-old offensive to retake the city. "It doesn't mean that it's not still an extraordinarily unsafe situation". They have been hitting fierce resistance from Islamic State insurgents who took control of the city two years ago.

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  • Ready for debate, allow Parliament to function: Venkaiah Naidu to Opposition

    Stating that there would be no big lie than this one, he recalled that the winter session of Rajya Sabha failing to function till now only due to continued absence of the Prime Minister. Whether they have understood the reason (behind disruption) or not but we have really not understood", he said. The Members of Parliament and leaders from different political parties will pay floral tributes to the bravehearts at the plaque in Parliament House in the morning.

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  • Nokia's Android-powered smartphone to cost under Rs 10000

    D1C specifications have leaked online time and again but this time, pricing of the Nokia D1C has reportedly leaked and it is out to excite you much. Previous reports also claim that the cheaper model will include a 13-megapixel main camera, whereas the slightly more expensive one will feature a much better 16-megapixel photo snapper on the back.

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  • Kolkata: High Court sets up panel to seize equipment from Jessop factory

    Kolkata: High Court sets up panel to seize equipment from Jessop factory

    Last month when the Railways wrote to Ruia about repeated theft and fire at Jessop, the company replied back saying that Ruia had no liability as he was not connected to Jessop, the defence counsel said. Earlier, Ruia had moved the Calcutta High Court, which refused to stay proceedings against him in connection with the case filed by the CID following the fire and directed him to cooperate in the investigation.

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  • Charleston shooting trial sees Dylann Roof laugh during confession video

    Charleston shooting trial sees Dylann Roof laugh during confession video

    During the trial, which is expected to resume Monday, Roof did not look at the dozens of victims' family members in the room. At Bible study, Sanders recalled the church's then-pastor, the Rev. "I had to do it because somebody had to do it", Roof said in the taped confession. "I was worn out". "I'm not in a position, by myself, to go into a black neighborhood and shoot drug dealers".

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  • The Gambia's president urged to accept defeat by new government

    The Gambia's president urged to accept defeat by new government

    The UN and the African Union have called on Mr Jammeh to respect the election verdict. President Mahama who recently accepted defeat in Ghana's election, Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari, and Sierra Leone's Ernest Bai Koroma are going to fly to The Gambia's capital, Banjul on Tuesday to try and resolve the political crisis.

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  • Sexy Comeback! Kim Kardashian's Strip-down for Love

    Sexy Comeback! Kim Kardashian's Strip-down for Love

    Tabloids have rumored that Kim is seeing a divorce attorney planning to end her marriage after Kanye will recover. The 36-year-old stars in the fashion magazine's latest advent calendar video, counting down to December 25, sporting some lacy lingerie and a giant fur coat.

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  • Lions QB Matthew Stafford expected to play despite injured finger

    Lions QB Matthew Stafford expected to play despite injured finger

    Detroit trailed 17-13 before Stafford led the Lions on a seven-play, 76-yard drive for the winning touchdown, which came on a second-down scramble up the middle. He started Sunday's game - played indoors at Ford Field - with six straight completions but was an uncharacteristic 15-of-28 after that. "There's no issue of effort or wanting to win", Barkley said.

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  • Rs13 crore seized in demonetisation raid on law firm

    Rs13 crore seized in demonetisation raid on law firm

    In another raid today, the officials at the Indira Gandhi International airport detained six passengers who were carrying more than 16 kg gold. The same month, Income Tax officials seized almost Rs 28 lakh, half of it in new currency notes, from two men travelling in a taxi in Ghaziabad.

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  • Republicans sweep Louisiana runoffs, ending 2016 elections

    Republicans sweep Louisiana runoffs, ending 2016 elections

    Senate Candidate from Louisiana John Kennedy, right, during a "Thank You USA" tour rally in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on December 9, 2016. Kennedy says his campaign was about change in Washington. Angelle, third-place finisher in last year's governor's race, has been an elected or appointed official for almost three decades. In addition to Kennedy's win, two other Republicans were also elected to the U.S.

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  • Plane slides off runway at Detroit airport

    No injuries were reported and passengers from Delta flight 724 exited the plan from is tail before they were bused to the terminal, according to the Detroit Free Press . The flight from Buffalo was scheduled for arrival at 11:27 a.m. The National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings for parts of the Great Lakes and North East, as the storm forces schools to close.

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  • Former astronaut, US Sen. John Glenn of Ohio has died at 95

    An Ohio native, Glenn also served as a state Senator from 1974 to 1999. "The last of America's first astronauts has left us", President Barack Obama noted in a statement , "but propelled by their example we know that our future here on earth compels us to keep reaching for the heavens".

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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered trailer

    First up, everyone who has played Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Infinite Warfare will receive a prototype version of the Hailstorm pistol. Also coming to Infinite Warfare is a holiday-themed makeover for the Genesis map. Another part of Activision's holiday DLC celebration are new maps and modes for Modern Warfare Remastered. Activision adds in Gun Game and Hardpoint to the remastered Call of Duty game.

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  • Turkey Sends 300 More Troops to Syrian Border

    The Turkish army also said it lost contact with two Turkish soldiers in Syria, and an IS-affiliated news agency claimed they were taken hostage by the jihadist group. The Observatory said explosions triggered by IS had caused casualties in a village close to al-Bab. The Turkish army on Friday said its air strikes destroyed 34 Islamic State targets, while a statement from the day before said it said it had hit 10 targets.

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  • Manchester City's John Stones gets drugs tested after dodgy Leicester performance

    The striker's young replacement Iheanacho may as well have stayed on the bench for all the impact he had on the game, so while they have a game against Watford on Wednesday to rebuild some confidence they will not be looking forward to the the visit of an Arsenal side in full flow and if we beat them it will be one of the toughest fixtures of the season out the way.

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  • Trump rips CIA's report on Russian Federation

    Reince Priebus , the Republican Party leader Trump picked to be his chief of staff in the White House, attacked the news reports for relying on unidentified sources and denied a New York Times report that the Republican National Committee was hacked.

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  • Packers LB Nick Perry out vs Seattle with hand injury

    Packers LB Nick Perry out vs Seattle with hand injury

    This offseason, Bennett mentioned the Packers' quarterback as someone in the National Football League who could be more outspoken to promote social change to which Rodgers said the National Football League culture discourages such action. As for Perry, the hand injury takes away from what had been a breakout season for the first-round pick in the 2012 draft out of Southern California.

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