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UFC: MacDonald overlooked in favor of Lawler-Hend...
The UFC have informed Rory MacDonald that he will not be the next fighter to challenge for the UFC Welterweight Championship. Despite being promised the winner of UFC 181’s main event, it appears that...
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Ted Nugent joins Sarah Palin for Season 2 of ‘Ama...
... America with Sarah Palin” has a new star guest slotted for the reality show’s Season Two — rocking
Ted Nugent. “Ted Nugent is not only a rock ‘n’ roll icon, but a true American...
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Bristol Motor Speedway
Dancing with the Stars
Congress wants to legislate net neutrality. Here’...
The U.S. Capitol at sunset. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP) Republicans in Congress appear likely to introduce legislation next month aimed at preventing Internet providers from speeding up some Web sites...
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14 Stephen Colbert remembrances in one!
Stephen Colbert tapes “The Colbert Report” in Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University in Washington on Dec. 8. (Pool photo by Andrew Harrer/European Pressphoto Agency) How unanimous is the...
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Fitch Affirms Ridgecrest Village (IA) Revs at 'BBB
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings has affirmed the 'BBB-' rating on the following bonds issued by Scott County (IA) on behalf of Ridgecrest Village (Ridgecrest): --$13.82 million revenue...
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Ordinary Russians secret to Putin survival
President seems secure despite storm that threatens to engulf him. There are predictions Vladamir Putin will survive and still be President in 2018. Photo / AP All politicians like to have props,...
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2014: A year to get down and dirty
The voters are always right. Even when they are wrong, they are right. So observed Mike Moore after Labour suffered election defeat under his leadership in the early 1990s. Moore's sermonising may...
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Londoner's Diary: King’s College by any other nam...
The change, King’s says, was decided on after 18 months of consultation and at a reported cost of £300,000. All to restrict what a spokesperson calls a “considerable confusion with many prospective...
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Alain de Botton
Instagram is worth $35 billion, according to Citi...
... two years later, Citigroup said Instagram is worth $35 billion, a number that the bank called "
" in a research note on Facebook issued Friday. It is another piece of good news in...
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FedEx shares will continue to deliver
FedEx Corporation is a company name most of us are familiar with as a provider of shipping, e-commerce, and business services. Based on recent action in the stock, there may be an opportunity here for...
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Labour win Nottinghamshire County Council by-elec...
LABOUR has won a by-election in Ollerton. Mike Pringle won the seat with 1,171 votes to Nottinghamshire County Council at the election which was held following the death of councillor Stella Smedley...
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Instagram Worth $35 Billion, Facebook Stock $91, ...
Just before its 2012 IPO, Facebook shelled out $1 billion for photo-sharing service Instagram in a move greeted by mixed reviews at best. Two and half years later, the word shrewd barely does justice...
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Greek lawmaker alleges bribery attempt in preside...
Lawmakers attend the first round of voting to elect a new Greek president at the Parliament in Athens on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014. Parliament has failed to elect a new Greek president in the first...
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Profumo scandal's Rice-Davies dies
Mandy Rice-Davies - one of the women at the centre of the Profumo affair which rocked Harold Macmillan's Tory government in the 1960s - has died. Miss Rice-Davies - who was known by her married name...
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Illicit Outflow of Money Rises to Record Levels
Washington — A record US$991.2 billion in illicit capital flowed out of developing and emerging economies in 2012--facilitating crime, corruption, and tax evasion--according to the latest study...
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International Monetary Fund
What we know about North Korea's cyberarmy
The attack on Sony Pictures has put North Korea's cyberwarfare program in the spotlight. Like most of the internal workings of the country, not much is known but snippets of information have come out...
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Workers' Party of Korea
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The Gingriches’ guide to surviving a presidential...
As the wife of a former presidential candidate, Callista Gingrich has some advice for the spouses of 2016 presidential hopefuls. “Focus on the positive, try not to let the negativity get you down,...
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Wait a second, Instagram's worth WHAT now?
Citigroup thinks photo sharing service Instagram is now worth $35 billion—nearly double its previous valuation and a price tag the bank characterized as "
." Catch Citigroup analyst Mark...
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IRS chief warns of refund delays over budget cuts
The Internal Revenue Service is crying poor in the face of budget cuts and weighing the possibility of its own short-term shutdown -- even warning that tax refunds could be delayed next year. IRS...
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Internal Revenue Service
Commons Confidential: A shocking secret Santa
The Chancer of the Exchequer, George Osborne, is playing Scrooge by threatening permanent austerity, yet word went out from Tory HQ for MPs and candidates to be full of ho, ho, ho. So Andrew Atkinson,...
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