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The Cavaliers have destroyed the Celtics (and ruined Paul Pierce's day) and beaten the Oklahoma City Thunder since the trade deadline. He eventually managed to negotiate a deal which sent Thomas, Frye and their 2018 first-round pick to the Lakers for Clarkson and Nance.
  • White House releases $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan

    White House releases $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan

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    Still, the proposed cuts drew a rebuke from the top Democrat on the House of Representatives Budget Committee, John Yarmuth. "According to Trump, "'We can not continue to let people come into our country and rob us blind and charge us tremendous tariffs and taxes and we charge them nothing", Trump has been keen on this tax reform ever since his campaign, he even mentioned late 2016 that a couple of countries are taking advantage of the United States' which he visited in the previous ...
  • TN Dept of Health says

    TN Dept of Health says "GET A FLU SHOT!"

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    The CDC considers the 2014-15 season "moderately severe" with high levels of illness, hospitalizations and deaths compared to previous seasons and has used it as a comparison to the current season. "Although the majority of cases of influenza-like illness are not reported, so far there have been more than 8,100 laboratory-confirmed cases in the state this flu season", DPH said in a release.
  • Duterte calls Boracay a 'cesspool' upsets residents and visitors

    Duterte calls Boracay a 'cesspool' upsets residents and visitors

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    He said a "a serious and honest-to-goodness crackdown" was needed to bring Boracay back to what it was-a clean beach and unspoiled environment. He also threatened to shut down the island because of pollution. In 2017, Chinese visitors frequented Boracay most with 375,284 nationals visiting the island. In 2015, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) cracked down on commercial establishments that started to pollute Boracay.
  • United States urges North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to increase budget

    United States urges North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to increase budget

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    During their meeting here, defense ministers chose to establish a new joint force command to help protect trans-Atlantic sea lines, and a new support command for logistics and military mobility within Europe. The head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization hailed its first annual review of members' defense-spending plans amid persistent US calls for European allies to foot more of the collective security bill.
  • Australia achieves progress in improving indigenous lives

    Australia achieves progress in improving indigenous lives

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    There were improvements in reducing child mortality rates, increasing high school attendance and improving early childhood education, the report said. "But we should not water them down and this will require consistency of political commitment, of policy effort and of funding support". Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull described the report as "promising", acknowledging several measures were behind target.
  • South Korea set aside $2.6 million to pay North Korea's Olympics bill

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    It's impressive. North Korea really loves these kinds of displays, the Kim dynasty is clearly theatrical. North Korea has also sent 10 other athletes - six skiers and four skaters - to the Games. The ministry also is expected to cover the costs of sending a 150-person North Korean delegation to the Paralympic Winter Games next month. Well, the antics didn't stop at the opening ceremony.
  • VA under fire for doctored emails, improper gifts and misused resources

    VA under fire for doctored emails, improper gifts and misused resources

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    Missal wrote that his office's investigation into the trip overseas had uncovered 'serious derelections by VA personnel, ' while noting that 'the [inspector general's office] can not determine the value VA gained from the Secretary and his delegation's three and a half days of meetings in Copenhagen and London at a cost of at least $122,334'.
  • Congress worker in Kannur murdered, party balmes CPI-M

    Congress worker in Kannur murdered, party balmes CPI-M

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    Kannur: A Youth Congress leader was hacked to death by a group of unidentified men at Edayannur near Mattannur. The masked assailants who came in a auto with temporary registration number, first hurled country-made bombs and then hacked Shuhaib with machetes causing serious injuries to his legs and hands.