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Texas A&M hoping this 3-0 start created differently

Texas A&M hoping this 3-0 start created differently

The Aggies have started each of the past two seasons with five straight wins and rises into the Top 10. The Aggies had a balanced attack against Auburn, throwing for 247 yards and rushing for 231 yards. Les Miles and his Tigers survived a fierce comeback attempt from Mississippi State to move to 2-1 on the season. "We felt like we just needed a shot in the arm, so we gave John Franklin a shot and he did a good job moving the football". Read More

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Rosberg grabs Singapore pole with Hamilton third

Rosberg grabs Singapore pole with Hamilton third

Nico Rosberg left a beleaguered Lewis Hamilton trailing in his wake after he secured pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix in emphatic fashion. Hamilton followed Friday's pattern of overshooting his braking points when using the softest compound tire, and his best time was 1.5 seconds off Rosberg. Read More

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Group says 3 killed despite cease-fire in Syria

Meanwhile, a senior Russian military official said Moscow would help ensure the cease-fire in Syria for another three days, but warned the United States to press the rebels to end violations of the truce. Russian Federation has blamed violations on the rebels, while the opposition accused al-Assad's forces of breaking the terms of the deal. The UN has said it can not cross front lines or checkpoints without Syrian permission. Read More

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At least two dead as building collapses in Tel Aviv

Fifteen people have been treated for injuries in the wake of the incident, which Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth said occurred when a crane collapsed on an underground vehicle park. Other officials said those trapped in the parking were only construction workers. Only one of the workers suffered serious injury. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the site late Monday night, eschewing the Federation Internationale de Football Association 2018 World Cup qualifying soccer match ... Read More

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Prince William comes to aid of dignitary who falls over a bollard

The dignitary appeared unhurt after his fall and said after the royal visit: "I was stepping back and I tripped over a concrete bollard that was behind me, but I'm ok, I'm fine". The three of them are also collaborating with different organisations and charities in the mental health sector. William said Heads Together has also published tips for parents on how to speak with their children. Read More

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Sanders, Warren to court Ohio millennials for Clinton campaign

Almost half of likely Democratic voters would like to see Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders replace Hillary Clinton on the Democratic ticket should her poor health force her out of the race, Rasmussen Reports finds. At a rally outside the Democratic convention, the Sanders supporter says she could afford a protest vote because she lives in solidly Democratic Massachusetts. Read More

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United States Sends B-1B Bombers to South Korea

A U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer, escorted by U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons, performs a flyover over Osan Air Base, in South Korea, Sept. 13, 2016. North Korea is keenly aware of the US presence on the peninsula and of what it considers the USA nuclear threat. "China shares important responsibility for this development and has an important responsibility to reverse it", Carter said following the test. Read More

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Sharp Blow To Congress; Arunachal CM Pema Khandu, 43 MLAs Quit

Sharp Blow To Congress; Arunachal CM Pema Khandu, 43 MLAs Quit

In a surprising political development in Arunachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Pema Khandu and 42 Congress MLAs on Friday quit the Congress and defected to the Peoples Party of Arunachal (PPA), an ally of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Tuki's government had collapsed after Congress rebels led by Kalikho Pul joined hands with the BJP and voted it out in a special session of the assembly. Read More

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Philippines: No joint patrols

Philippines: No joint patrols

Japan said this month it was ready to provide Vietnam with new patrol ships , in its latest step to boost the maritime law-enforcement capabilities of countries locked in territorial rows with China. In July, an global arbitration court invalidated several of China's territorial claims in the South China Sea in a case brought by the Philippines. Read More

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Brazil's ex-president hit with corruption charges

Brazil's ex-president hit with corruption charges

The country is now run by former Vice President Michel Temer , but the recent polls showed significant support for the leftist leader. The allegations come just weeks after Dilma Rousseff, Lula's protege and successor as president, was removed from office in an impeachment trial for breaking budget laws. Read More

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'Smart' Dildo Company Sued For Tracking Users' Habits

'Smart' Dildo Company Sued For Tracking Users' Habits

While Standard Innovation claims to have to thoroughly protected its customers' data, the existence of such a sensitive database at all highlights the security concerns raised by the internet of things. The woman is seeking an injunction prohibiting Standard Innovation from monitoring everyone's grand old times without written consent, as well as she is demanding the company destroy all current information of this nature in its possession. Read More

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Donald Trump releases his medical record

Donald Trump releases his medical record

The one-page letter simply attested to Trump's general health. The release also said that "as all physicians do when seeing a patient for the first time", Oz took Trump "through a full review of systems including the following: nervous system; head and neck; hormone levels; cardiovascular health and related medications; respiratory health; gastrointestinal health; bladder or prostate health; dermatological health; history of cancer". Read More

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Congressional report slams NSA leaker Edward Snowden

Congressional report slams NSA leaker Edward Snowden

The former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor has been living in Russian Federation since 2013, shortly after he released information regarding mass phone and internet surveillance programmes carried out by the U.S. Adam Schiff of California, the ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee. Photogenic and self-deprecating, Snowden fits the central casting image of a reluctant hero. Read More

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WhatsApp Refutes Charges Of Privacy Breach Of Users' Data

WhatsApp Refutes Charges Of Privacy Breach Of Users' Data

The policy which is slated to take effect on 25 September allows users to not accept the new policy by making changes in their WhatsApp settings and unchecking a box allowing for sharing of information (sharing is the default option). if any of the user wants to opt out of the new policy, he/she can not be forced to not choose that option", Mr Luthra said. In the meantime, Senior lawyer Pratibha Singh , who represented petitioners Karmanya Singh Sareen and Shreya Sethi argued before ... Read More

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Sri Lanka condemns nuclear test by North Korea

KRT showed thousands of citizens and soldiers along with high-ranking government officials attending the rally and chanting in Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung square. President Barack Obama issued a condemnation, calling North Korea's actions "provocative and destabilizing", and assured US allies in the region of Washington's "unshakable commitment" to their defense. Read More

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