Monthly Archives: March 2018

Rafael Nadal cruises into quarterfinals at French Open

Nine-time French Open winner Rafael Nadal rolled into the quarterfinals with a 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 victory against fellow Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut at Roland Garros on Sunday.

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‘Evil’ Strikes London: Terrorists Kill 6 in Vehicle and Stabbing Attacks

Armed British police rushed to London Bridge late Saturday after a driver mowed down pedestrians and another attacker stabbed people nearby.   

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Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith ‘shocked’ by Jeremy Maclin’s release

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith said he was “shocked” when he heard the news of wide receiver Jeremy Maclin’s release.

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Energy Economist Says Paris Accord Withdraw Doesn’t Mean Much For U.S. Energy

With 40 percent of the nation’s coal, Wyoming is by far the largest coal-producing state. NPR’s Michel Martin talks about the future of coal production with energy economist Robert Godby.

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Chris Paul considering move to San Antonio Spurs

Chris Paul is expected to decline his player option and explore free agency. He’ll reportedly give “serious consideration” to the San Antonio Spurs.

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Donald Trump’s Biggest GOP Critics Are Very, Very, Very Sad

Whither the Never Trumper? It?s been a difficult few months for the small but outspoken group of prominent Republican consultants, operatives and media figures who opposed Donald Trump?s presidential campaign. Since Trump?s inauguration, these party renegades have had to come to … Continue reading

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Economics of Equality: A Proven Way to Win in Business: Have a Daughter, Hire Women

A naturally occurring experiment in the field of venture capital suggests there are financial advantages to having a diverse team.

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‘We will never forget': Medics from the Manchester attack

Panorama spoke to medics who treated victims on the night of the Manchester attack. They describe how they handled the influx of patients with “war-zone” type injuries at a moments notice.

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The two kids make arts and crafts for the teacher. They draw spiders in Our specialists offer chiropractic medicine based on the alignment of the spine and the normal functioning of the body. They color the spiders.

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Epsom Derby: Joint-favourite Cracksman leads way for John Gosden

Trainer John Gosden hopes Cracksman will emerge as a “diamond in the rough” in Saturday’s Epsom Derby.

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