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  • Richmond Fed head Lacker resigns, admits improper disclosure

    Richmond Fed head Lacker resigns, admits improper disclosure

    Lacker was already set to retire from the Richmond Fed in October, but said Tuesday that he is resigning immediately due to his role in the leak scandal, which stemmed from confidential information about the Fed's plans to help support the country's economic recovery being leaked to Medley Global Advisors in 2012.

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  • 'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Teaser

    Dany could have King's Landing under her control before Jon even starts to come down from the North. And, speaking of which, Cersei's blithe walk across the Red Keep shows she's confident, but certainly not untouchable. When season six ended Cersei had manipulated her way onto the iron throne , but just how long will she last? In the trailer, Daenerys Targaryen saw next walking through her throne .

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  • College student dies after choking at pancake-eating contest

    College student dies after choking at pancake-eating contest

    Kalamareas said Nelson was taken to St. Vincent Medical Center in Bridgeport and later taken to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in NY, where she died on Sunday night. At the time of his death, Caitlin was 5 years old. James had been a Port Authority police officer, and he was taking part in a rescue mission when he was killed.

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  • Mike Epps Reportedly Pissed Fans off by Bringing Kangaroo on Stage

    Mike Epps Reportedly Pissed Fans off by Bringing Kangaroo on Stage

    Tanya Espinosa, a representative for the United States Department of Agriculture, said: "We are not investigating, however, we are looking into this". The kangaroo, which appeared to be in distress and at some point even tried to run off the stage, was wearing a harness. As reported by TMZ , the kangaroo comes from a "traveling exotic zoo ", and in a now-deleted Instagram post, Epps claimed that the handlers were licensed and that the kangaroo was treated well.

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  • I value privacy: Anushka Sharma

    I value privacy: Anushka Sharma

    The story starts with a westernized character of Sooraj Sharma who is initially ridiculing the idea of getting married to a banyan tree in order to have a normal and long lasting marriage. Not only does Anushka find the courage to write and post her poems, she also becomes an intellectual equal and partner - more of the "sangini" for Diljit - as she writes and he sings.

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  • Mnuchin says joke about 'Lego Batman Movie' was mistake

    Mnuchin says joke about 'Lego Batman Movie' was mistake

    Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs banker, co-founded RatPac-Dune, a production company that has funded and produced dozens of Hollywood movies, including " Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them". Ron Wyden , the ranking Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, sent a letter to the head of the Office of Government Ethics on Monday expressing his concern about the comments and the status of Mnuchin's divestment from his businesses.

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  • Judge Approves $25 Million Settlement of Trump University Lawsuit

    Judge Approves $25 Million Settlement of Trump University Lawsuit

    In a statement issued Friday, Schneiderman said: "Trump University's victims waited years for compensation, while President Trump refused to settle and fought us every step of the way-until his stunning reversal last fall". Political rivals used Trump's depositions and extensive documents filed in the lawsuits to portray him as dishonest and deceitful. In this Tuesday, March 28, 2017 photo, Sherri Simpson poses for a photo in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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  • Mou: I Regret Mistreating Former Man Utd Star

    United's tally of 42 goals this season is 14 fewer than Arsenal's and 22 less than Liverpool, who have played two matches more . Former Germany global Schweinsteiger, who joined Chicago Fire this week, was exiled at Manchester United by Mourinho.

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  • Morristown's Annual Easter Egg Hunt This Weekend

    Morristown's Annual Easter Egg Hunt This Weekend

    Services are scheduled for 9, 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. A cash bar will remain open throughout the event. With Easter fast approaching many of us can't help but think about chocolate and Easter eggs in general, but there always has been a question that pops up every year since you were a child and that is why can't they make a whole chocolate egg.

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  • Harry Styles to make debut solo performance on SNL

    That's right, earlier today, fans found out that the star has a new, nondescript teaser website - which obviously leaves us with just one vital question: WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? Will you be tuning in to see Harry Styles' solo SNL debut this April? Styles, 23, teased his first solo material over the weekend when he featured in an advert aired during The Voice UK on ITV.

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  • Leicester continue revival with win at West Ham

    The West Ham United is standing at the 11th position and Leicester City is standing at the 15th spot. The "to be or not to be" references have been a dead giveaway, while you might have seen some of your mates going one further, alluding to the potential of tragedy or describing some of Leicester's defending as a "comedy of errors".

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  • Adele says she may never tour again

    Adele says she may never tour again

    The only reason I have toured is you (the fans). "I'm not sure if touring is my bag", Adele added. Adele's show at Mt Smart on Sunday, March 26, was the star's last global show and the end of the third leg of her world tour. Unlike Beyonce who streamed "Lemonade" exclusively through tidal during the first few weeks of its release, Adele refused to stream her album for months after it was released in late 2015.

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  • 'Sesame Street' introduces Muppet with autism

    'Sesame Street' introduces Muppet with autism

    Julia, who "does things a little differently", according to the workshop, is part of the campaign focused on reducing the stigma of autism. Sesame Street has been on the air since 1969 and features a host of famous characters including Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Elmo and Cookie Monster.

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  • Miami officers wounded in 'ambush-style' shooting

    Miami officers wounded in 'ambush-style' shooting

    The attack on the detectives occurred as they conducted surveillance for gang activity outside an apartment complex in northwestern Miami , police said in a news release. "Our prayers go out to the speedy recovery of our officers and their families that really had the scare of their life tonight", Perez said. It's unknown if shooters had any idea they targets were cops.

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  • The Justice League Unite In The First Official Trailer

    The Justice League Unite In The First Official Trailer

    Plot-wise, this " Justice League " trailer provides only a little more information about who (or rather what) the heroes will be going up against. With Wonder Woman coming out in cinemas from June, the November release of Justice League will be DC's chance to build an interest in the stories of the lesser known heroes and establish the franchise as the answer to Marvel's superhero team-up film Avengers.

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  • Joakim Noah Suspended 20 Games Because LOL KNICKS

    Joakim Noah Suspended 20 Games Because LOL KNICKS

    The suspension is expected to be announced Saturday, the source said. Wojnarowski reports Noah did not "knowingly or willingly" violate the drug policy with his purchase, adding that the center has cooperated fully with the league's investigation.

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  • Las Vegas LOCKDOWN as gunman opens fire

    The legendary resort was on lockdown for about half an hour following reports of an active shooter, ABC News reported. Las Vegas police have not reported any injuries in relation to the robbery. Twitter user Nino also said he was at the hotel at the time and "had to run to escape". "I saw a person in a pig mask holding what looked like a gun outside the Rolex in the Bellagio".

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  • 'Gong Show' Creator Chuck Barris Has Died

    In addition to his work in television, Barris wrote the 1962 pop song "Palisades Park ", which was recorded by Freddy Cannon . His book Confessions of a Dangerous Mind claimed that he was working as an assassin for the Central Intelligence Agency during his television career.

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  • Malaysia Will Not Censor 'Power Rangers' Because of Gay Character

    Malaysia Will Not Censor 'Power Rangers' Because of Gay Character

    Either way, people in Malaysia will now get another chance to see a movie that acknowledges the existence of gay people, which is a step in the right direction. Russian Federation approved the movie but banned children under 16 from watching it without the accompaniment of someone over 16. The Kuwait National Cinema Company said on Tuesday it has made a decision to ban the movie, citing its "responsibilities" despite it already having been screened.

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  • Hearing begins on House sanctuary-cities bill

    Hearing begins on House sanctuary-cities bill

    The latest draft of a sanctuary cities bill that will be debated by a Texas House committee on Wednesday contains numerous more controversial features of a measure passed last month by the Senate. More than 600 people signed up to speak on the bill and of those, only 11 registered in support of SB4. "It will have a chilling effect on immigrants - both documented and undocumented - in their interactions with police", said Bishop Joe Vasquez of Austin, who was testifying on behalf of the Texas ...

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  • The Surprise 'Bachelorette' Twist on the 'After the Final Rose' Special

    The Surprise 'Bachelorette' Twist on the 'After the Final Rose' Special

    Demario was out first. I sympathize, as this was live TV - but c'mon, man. Rachel is the classiest she's ever been, and said she's nervous, too, because she wasn't expecting it. As for what she's looking for in her contestants, Lindsay has spoken out about wanting a more diverse range of men this season. "Oh my gosh, I need a amusing guy!" After meeting her first four potential matches, she told Harrison "I'm loving it I'm so excited for the season".

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  • Courts hear arguments challenging Trump's new travel ban

    Courts hear arguments challenging Trump's new travel ban

    A federal judge is hopeful, but makes no promises, that he will rule Wednesday on a legal bid to halt President Trump's revised travel ban, which is set to go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Watson said he wasn't convinced the order itself has religious connotations. The second executive order reinstates "provisions of the First Executive Order already enjoined by the Court", Washington state said in court papers filed on Monday.

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  • Jennifer Lopez has a surprising new celebrity boyfriend

    Jennifer Lopez has a surprising new celebrity boyfriend

    They reportedly took a private jet to the island Friday and that evening they were spotted stargazing aboard a boat. " They have been seeing each other for a few months - and were together in LA this past weekend", the source said. a picnic with you this week 'cause I know you've been, you know, working hard. Before she could answer, her " Shades of Blue " co-star Ray Liotta chimed in with "Drake, right?" Before Alex, there was Drake .

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