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Giancarlo Stanton Doesn't Approve Trade to Cardinals Despite Agreement With Marlins

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The Giants announced Friday afternoon that they are out of the Giancarlo Stanton chase. The Miami Marlins had tentative deals in place with both the San Francisco Giants and St. They already traded their big signing from the year before, Mike Leake, when the Mariners agreed to take on the majority of his deal. Imagine a lineup featuring Aaron Judge , Gary Sanchez, and Giancarlo Stanton . Read More »

Donald Trump to release medical records: White House

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Neither Trump is an attorney. President Trump will undergo the traditional physical examination at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in early 2018 and make public the results of that checkup, the White House promised on Thursday. Read More »

PAN linking date extended till March 31

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The government had earlier postponed the deadline till August 31, 2017 which was further extended up to December 31, 2017 In view of the difficulties faced by some of the taxpayers in the process. The Centre's submission came following an urgent mentioning by the petitioners who have challenged the Aadhaar scheme, calling it to be a breach of their fundamental right to privacy. Read More »

Arizona's Trent Franks Expected to Resign

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Right now, it is unclear why he is stepping down, but sources say there have been rumors of inappropriate behavior . Trent Franks was expected to resign Thursday evening, a Republican aide confirmed to USA TODAY. Franks was first elected to Congress in 2002 and was reelected in 2016 by a 37-point margin. He served a term in the state House in the 1980s. As he walked past reporters outside the floor of the House of Representatives, Franks said: "I'll let the statement speak for itself". Read More »

IIHS Top Safety Rating: Only 15 Cars Make Cut for 2018

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Mercedes Benz, Subaru , Toyota and Ford also had models listed as top safety picks. Mercedes-Benz has two while Toyota, BMW, and Ford have one each. The latest awards are the first to factor in a passenger-side crash test. The new passenger-side small overlap test marks the first time IIHS has focused a crash test on the front passenger's safety. Read More »

Gowdy Rebuffs Dem Request To Probe Whistleblower's Mike Flynn Claims

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The New York Times was first to report the letter on Wednesday, claiming it represents "the strongest evidence to date that the Trump administration wanted to end the sanctions immediately, and suggests that Mr. In Flynn's agreement last week to plead guilty to one count of making false statements, prosecutors said that Flynn lied to Federal Bureau of Investigation agents about his discussions on sanctions against Russia with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential ... Read More »

Trump Jr. Invokes Attorney-Client Privilege with His Father

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Goldstone set up the meeting on behalf of his client, Russian pop star Emin Agalarov, whose father, Aras, is a Russian real estate mogul with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. that said: "Sounds great!" Veselnitskaya said of the meeting: " Donald Trump, Jr . asked if I had any financial documents proving that what may have been illegally obtained funds were also being donated to Mrs. Read More »

Australia Legalises Same-Sex Marriage in Historic Parliamentary Vote

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The Bill was opposed by only four members. "It is a big Australian hug for all same-sex couples", Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told Channel Nine on Friday morning, in a string of media interviews. "At long last, LGBTIQ Australians will be equal under the law". He turned to the public gallery, where Bolger was sitting. According to a survey, 62% of Australians supported the legalization of same-sex marriages. Read More »

Proposal To Impeach Trump Overwhelmingly Rejected

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If Pelosi and the House minority leadership want to keep impeachment hopes alive, they need to rein him in. Green's new eight-page resolution accuses the Republican president of "high misdemeanors", citing "harm to American society to the manifest injury of the people of the United States". Read More »

Steinhoff shares nosedive after CEO Markus Jooste resigns

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Steinhoff's stock was down by 68 percent in Frankfurt on Wednesday, while its latest bond sold in July fell by more than 40 points, after the company said late Tuesday that "new information has come to light today which relates to accounting irregularities requiring further investigation". Read More »

The world's biggest Starbucks just opened in China

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The one bright spot was China, which stood out as Starbucks' fastest growing market. Twin to the Seattle-based inaugural small-lot Reserve cafe, the new restaurant boasts Starbucks' first augmented reality experience. This includes over 600 stores in Shanghai - the largest number of stores in any city where Starbucks has a presence. Starbucks "partners" work at the Teavana tea bar in the new Starbucks Roastery in Shanghai, China. Read More »

Cyclone Ockhi causes heavy rainfall in Mumbai, maximum in 10 years

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NDRF teams are already on standby. Modi was set to address the public rally at 6 p.m. on Wednesday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said he is constantly monitoring the situation in various states arising out of cyclone Ockhi battering parts of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Lakshadweep islands and now heading towards Gujarat. Read More »

Russia Has Been Banned From Competing In The 2018 Winter Olympics

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Nations have in the past been barred from taking part in the Olympics , notably South Africa during the apartheid years, but none has ever been handed a ban over doping. The two also made a statement applauding the IOC's decision. The executive board reached its decision Tuesday after a scheduled 4 1/2-hour debate when it heard from a Russian delegation that included world figure skating champion Evgenia Medvedeva. Read More »

Mueller's Team Spent $3.2M On Russia Probe From May Through September

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Both reports said Mueller issued the subpoena several weeks ago. In June, the German bank rejected a demand by Democrats to provide details of the President's finances, citing privacy laws. In addition, the department said that its various offices have also spent another $3.5 million to help assist the probe, though those expenditures would have occurred "irrespective of the existence of the" special counsel's office. Read More »

"House of Cards" final season shooting to resume without Spacey

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Speaking Monday at UBS' Global Media and Communication Conference, he added the order would provide "some closure to the show for fans". Scotland Yard is investigating Spacey , who was artistic director at London's Old Vic theatre between 2004 and 2015, over two allegations of sexual assault. Read More »

Longest-serving USA congressman quits after sex harassment claims

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Conyers' attorney Arnold Reed tweeted Monday that he and the congressman will appear on the 102.7 FM Mildred Gaddis radio show on Tuesday at 10:15 a.m.to announce the Detroit Democrat's decision on whether he plans to stay in Congress. Conyers, who was first elected in 1964 and went on to become a founding member in 1971 of the Congressional Black Caucus , easily won re-election previous year to his 27th term in the heavily Democratic district. Read More »

Yemen: Ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh killed

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Saleh was killed by Houthis in a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) and shooting attack on his auto at a checkpoint outside Sana'a, according to Al Jazeera . Mack told VOA, before news of Mr. Saleh's death, the former president "wanted to have one chance to restore his reputation, which has been terribly, terribly damaged during the past decade". Read More »

Iran inaugurates new extension to its main Arabian Sea port

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Rouhani inaugurated the expansion, carried out with an investment of $1bn including $235mn from India, which has more than tripled the port's capacity to 8.5 million tonnes a year, state television reported. India has prepared massive investment plans, which will include a network of roads and railways at a cost of United States dollars 15 billion, as part of its strategic push in the area. Read More »

Congress presidential election rigged, like always: Narendra Modi

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Media had to ask Indira Ji before publishing something. The state will see elections on December 9 and 14. He further said: "A youngster Shehzad has exposed the rigging that is taking place in the Congress President Poll". Modi made the comment while lashing out at the Congress for its criticism of the Rs 1.1 lakh crore project - which he said was "a negligible price" - connecting Ahmedabad and Mumbai and to be built by Japan. Read More »