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Colts Owner Jim Irsay To Pay For Edwin Jackson's, Jeffrey Monroe's Funerals

Colts Owner Jim Irsay To Pay For Edwin Jackson's, Jeffrey Monroe's Funerals

Linebacker Edwin Jackson and his Uber driver were fatally injured in the collision Sunday. The driver of the vehicle, 37-year-old Manuel Orrego-Savala, is a Guatemalan citizen who had been living in the US illegally. Over the weekend, Uber driver Jeffrey Monroe and Indianapolis Colts player Edwin Jackson died in an accident caused by an intoxicated driver. It's safe to say Trump is using this unfortunate situation as a way to push his agenda on illegal immigration. Consulte Mais Informação

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Suspected Norovirus Outbreak Strikes Olympic Games in Pyeongchang

Suspected Norovirus Outbreak Strikes Olympic Games in Pyeongchang

En route to Asia on Monday evening, Vice President Mike Pence declined to rule out meeting with North Korean officials while leading the USA delegation to the Olympic games . Referring specifically to ongoing tensions between North and South Korea over the former's nuclear programs, he said the Holy See backs any efforts for reconciliation that have been made and that will be made during the games. Consulte Mais Informação

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International Olympic Committee raises concerns over inclusion of boxing in 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Last week, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) overturned the life bans on 28 Russian athletes, claiming that the evidence in their cases was " insufficient " to establish any doping violation. A total of 168 Russian athletes were invited to take part in the Olympics, although the Russian Olympic Committee initially applied for 500. Approximately 90 to 95 athletes are scheduled to take part in the upcoming Winter Games. Consulte Mais Informação

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Tesco sales up 2.6 percent, discounters outperform - Kantar Worldpanel

Tesco sales up 2.6 percent, discounters outperform - Kantar Worldpanel

The sustained interest in vegan and vegetarian diets saw sales of fruit and vegetables grow significantly with sales of spinach up 43 per cent, cherries up 25 per cent and aubergines up 23 per cent. Meanwhile, Tesco still remains the fastest growing of the big four, with sales up by 2.6%. Despite shoppers increasingly opting for vegan options, such as the grocer's new "Wicked Kitchen" range, Tesco saw the greatest sales growth from its dairy and produce lines. Consulte Mais Informação

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PlayStation 5.50 Beta Rolls Out

PlayStation 5.50 Beta Rolls Out

The good news is that if you signed up for Sony's PS4 beta program before 6 February 2018, you're now able to download the beta on your PS4. You can, of course, read it in full here. Go to options and from there you will be able to hide anything like Demos, Betas, trials etc. Whenever you're listening to music on PS4, you'll be able to access certain shortcuts from the Quick Menu. Consulte Mais Informação

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Alaska Airlines pilot to plead guilty to flying under the influence

Alaska Airlines pilot to plead guilty to flying under the influence

On June 20, 2014, pilot David Hans Arnston flew from San Diego , CA, to Portland , OR, with 160 passengers on board, and then returned to San Diego by piloting a second Alaska Airlines flight carrying 80 passengers. "When he was finally caught, the evidence indicates that he had flown with an alcohol level more than three times the legal limit". Thankfully, Mr. Arntson was never involved in an accident, but his conduct could have resulted in tragic consequences. Consulte Mais Informação

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Canada PM Trudeau faces backlash after coining term 'peoplekind'

Canada PM Trudeau faces backlash after coining term 'peoplekind'

Vice argued: 'It seems like this is less a snuff film of "common sense" than it is the prime minister doing a reasonably good job of handling an intensely religious Christian-adjacent heretic. Conservative commentators criticized Trudeau, who has publically championed women's issues and gender equality within his government, for making up the term and interrupting the woman to correct her. Consulte Mais Informação

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Question paper goes viral on Day 1 of Bihar Boards

Question paper goes viral on Day 1 of Bihar Boards

Authorities scrambled to stop the message from going viral but by then it was too late and students had already completed and submitted their test papers. The question paper went viral after the examination started. Barring a few isolated incidents of cheating, Day 1 of BSEB's Intermediate exams, being taken by 12.07 lakh students at 1,384 centres across the state, passed off peacefully. Consulte Mais Informação

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