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Merkel shows what Trump means to the world (Mon, 29 May 2017)

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9 days later, Trump hasn't changed. Neither has Washington (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Donald Trump's global statesman act lasted all of 12 hours back in the United States.
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Surge of violence stokes ISIS fears in SE Asia (Mon, 29 May 2017)
The black flag of ISIS has been raised in the Philippines.
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N Korea: Japan pledges 'concrete' action on missile test (Mon, 29 May 2017)

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MI5 launches inquiry over Manchester bomb warnings (Mon, 29 May 2017)
British intelligence service MI5 is launching an internal review into how much it knew about Manchester bomber Salman Abedi prior to last week's deadly attack, British Home Secretary Amber Rudd confirmed on Monday.
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IT chaos: No respite for BA passengers (Mon, 29 May 2017)
British Airways travelers are enduring a third day of disruption on Monday, a national holiday in the UK, thanks to the ongoing fallout from a major computer system crash that affected hundreds of flights over the weekend.
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Stressed at the airport? Find these dogs (Mon, 29 May 2017)
About 50 airports across the United States have a special set of furry volunteers who help keep passengers calm on stressful travel days: therapy dogs.
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Santorum to Trump: Stop tweeting (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Former senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he believes the Trump administration could be doing well, if only the President would stop doing one thing: Tweeting.
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New bromance: When Trudeau met Macron (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Leaders of the seven most powerful countries convened in the Sicilian town of Taormina for the G-7 meetings. But on the sidelines of diplomatic talks, a new bromance seemed to have flourished between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron, France's newly inaugurated President.
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Deadly floods: Survivors risk crocodile attacks (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Sri Lanka remains in the grips of the worst flooding in 14 years, and the bad weather that has killed more than 160 people is expected to continue, the Red Cross said Monday.
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Teen on train murder: 'They lost their lives because of me and my friend' (Mon, 29 May 2017)
As tears streamed down her cheeks, Destinee Mangum, 16, thanked the three strangers who intervened on a Portland light rail after a man hurled anti-Muslim slurs at her and her friend who was wearing a hijab.
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What should you do if you witness a racist or Islamophobic tirade? (Mon, 29 May 2017)
It's an instinct that comes naturally to good Samaritans: When you see one stranger attacking another with racist or religious epithets, you try to protect the victim.
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Rare Moscow protest over plans to demolish Soviet apartments (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Olga Novitskaya is not your typical insurgent. The 54-year old translator lives in an old apartment building in the Cheremushki district of Moscow, and she wants to stay there. The City Council wants Novitskaya, and about 1.6 million others, to move into new high-rise buildings. And that's set off an unlikely protest movement.
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Four killed in stampede at football final (Mon, 29 May 2017)
It should have been a day of celebration as Motagua were crowned champions in Honduras, but instead it was marred by tragedy.
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Highest alert level after volcano erupts (Mon, 29 May 2017)
A volcanic eruption Sunday prompted the temporary raising of the highest aviation alert, the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) said Sunday.
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Most misunderstood emoji is... (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Emojis have become, without a doubt, a design classic. But how effective are they as a communication tool?
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Healthiest way to improve your sleep (Mon, 29 May 2017)
If you're one of the third of all Americans who suffer from insomnia -- roughly 108 million of us -- put away your sleeping pills. Science has a much safer solution.
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JFK's earliest-known voice recording (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Listen to the earliest-known recording of John F. Kennedy captured during a class at Harvard University in 1937.
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Disruption may cost British Airways $100M (Mon, 29 May 2017)

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Mount Everest: Who has successfully reached the summit? ()

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Artists and activists call for Brazilian President to resign (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Hundreds of artists and activists gathered along Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach Sunday to demand the resignation of President Michel Temer and to ask for Congress to approve a call for new elections. Temer is under investigation for bribery, after a whistleblower's testimony alleging that he paid the former House Leader hush money leaked to one of the country's biggest newspapers.
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Jackson gets sympathetic treatment in 'Searching for Neverland' (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Narrowly focused on the last few years of his life, "Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland" labors to humanize the King of Pop, acknowledging eccentricities but portraying him as an object of sympathy. While reasonably effective dramatically speaking, its reception will likely depend on how one views Jackson's alleged behavior with children.
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Lessons from a month living with witches (Mon, 29 May 2017)
"When I die I will kill you," says an irked woman in one scene from "I Am Not a Witch."
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World's most amazing hotel gyms (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Veteran road warriors know that the best way to beat jetlag and energy-zapping meetings is by working up a serious sweat.
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Sharapova's 'least favorite place' (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Maria Sharapova once described the women's locker room as "my least favorite place in the world."
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Why this is America's most innovative state (Wed, 24 May 2017)
If you live in northern California or San Francisco, you can understand why our culture fosters innovation.
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Meet the Palestinian Frank Sinatra (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Omar Kamal fell in love with jazz while growing up in the West Bank and believes music has the power to challenge stereotypes about the Arab world.
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What we learned about Melania Trump from her first overseas trip (Sat, 27 May 2017)

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Cannes 2017: Top concierges spill their secrets (Mon, 29 May 2017)
When walking down the Croisette, Cannes' famous promenade, take a moment to think of the concierges.
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Top prize at Cannes goes to... (Mon, 29 May 2017)
A thorough take-down of the contemporary art world is already underway in "The Square" when Julien, a high-flying creative, sits down to describe his latest installation. Verbose and obfuscating, he speaks a lot but says very little.
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Rare 'no oil' emeralds go to auction (Mon, 29 May 2017)
In Asia, the preferred place to find jewelry by new designers has always been the retail market, not the auction house. But an upcoming Christie's sale in Hong Kong is hoping to change all that.
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Prince Harry hosts Obama at Kensington Palace (Sun, 28 May 2017)

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Britain responds to German Chancellor's assertion that Germany could no longer 'completely depend' on allies (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Britain reacted Monday to Angela Merkel's assertion that Germany could no longer "completely depend" on its traditional allies by saying it would continue to seek a "deep and special partnership" with Germany and the rest of Europe after Brexit.
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Drastic change: Merkel shows what Trump means to the world (Mon, 29 May 2017)
On Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel uttered a single sentence that speaks to how fundamentally President Donald Trump is -- and will continue to -- reshape the world, and America's place in it.
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Top marks? Trump supporters grade his presidency (Mon, 29 May 2017)
CNN's Alisyn Camerota talks with supporters of President Trump and asks them to assign a grade to his presidency so far.
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Japan pledges 'concrete' action after North Korea missile test (Mon, 29 May 2017)

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Who has reached Everest summit? (Mon, 29 May 2017)

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Shopper locked her kids in trunk - cops (Sun, 28 May 2017)
A woman is facing child abuse charges after she locked her two children in the trunk of her car while she shopped at a Walmart in Utah, police say.
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Miranda Kerr, Emmy Rossum both marry (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Love was in the air for celebs over the holiday weekend.
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Why Asia went mad for this guy (Mon, 29 May 2017)
"Call me Joseph," says Gong Yoo, modestly.
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Zakaria: Liberals think they're tolerant, but they're not (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Fareed Zakaria said Saturday that though many liberals think they are tolerant, often they aren't.
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Ramadan for non-Muslims: An etiquette guide (Fri, 26 May 2017)
There are 7 billion people in the world. And a full 22% of them -- 1.6 billion -- are fasting from sunup to sundown. Every day. For an entire month.
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Takuma Sato wins Indy 500 (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Takuma Sato became the first Japanese driver to win the Indianapolis 500 as F1 star Fernando Alonso was forced to retire with smoke billowing from his car with just 21 laps of the 200 lap race remaining.
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Dean Obeidallah: Don't call Kushner naive (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Jared Kushner may be a lot of things, but naive is definitely not one of them. Yet, following the Washington Post's story that he suggested in a December meeting with Russia's ambassador Sergey Kislyak that they create a secret communication channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin, many openly asked, could Kushner be so naïve? We heard it from pundits to even former FBI and KGB agents.
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Kavitha Rajagopalan: My son's life under Trump's proposed cuts (Sun, 28 May 2017)
On the eve of the new year, my four-month-old son was diagnosed with leukocyte adhesion deficiency type I, a very rare primary immunodeficiency disease, so life-threatening that he could die from a diaper rash. As Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president, my son was admitted to Memorial Sloan Kettering, where he now awaits the only known cure for his disease: a stem cell transplant.
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Jeffrey Gettleman: This lie saved my life (Sat, 27 May 2017)
Several years ago, when I was a young reporter and desperate to prove myself, I found myself barreling down a highway toward Falluja. This was 2004, when Iraq was beginning its descent into chaos. A squad of American Marines had just been killed and I was eager to get the story. I was new at The New York Times and took on what I now see was a stupid amount of risk.
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Rob Crilly: Trump couldn't cut Sean Spicer a break? (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Here's what I see when I look at Sean Spicer, President Donald Trump's battered press secretary: A man who chews and swallows 35 pieces of gum every day, who routinely stands up before the assembled Washington media corps to offer himself up for a ritual flogging to deflect from the President's latest misstep, and who knows he will never again be able to walk down the street without a passer-by reminding him that his entire life's work as a Republican communications strategist has been rendered a cartoonish joke by a comedienne on a wobbly motorized podium.
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Frida Ghitis: Why Trump's PM shove pleased Putin (Fri, 26 May 2017)
President Donald Trump's body language during his visit to Brussels on Thursday was about as subtle as a politician body slamming a reporter. For America's closest allies, in town for a major meeting of NATO, the actions and words of the new US President were visibly troubling. For Vladimir Putin, who surely paid close attention from Moscow, the day was filled with pleasing images and satisfying rhetoric.
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Merkel: Europeans can't 'completely' rely on US, others (Mon, 29 May 2017)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her experience at recent international summits featuring US President Donald Trump showed her Europe can't "completely" rely on the United States and other longstanding allies.
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Trump's awkward visit with Merkel (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Body language expert Chris Ulrich decodes the unspoken messages between President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel during their meeting at the White House.
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New political bromance flourishes at G-7 summit (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Leaders of the seven most powerful countries convened in the Sicilian town of Taormina for the G-7 meetings. But on the sidelines of diplomatic talks, a new bromance seemed to have flourished between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron, France's newly inaugurated President.
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Trump, feted and chided abroad, returns to uncertainty at home (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Swinging over the green Ionian sea Saturday, his first foreign trip behind him, President Donald Trump was in a valedictory mood.
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North Korea stages 3rd missile test in 3 weeks (Mon, 29 May 2017)
North Korea launched a ballistic missile test Monday, its third in a little over three weeks.
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Artists and activists call for Brazilian President Temer to resign (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Hundreds of artists and activists gathered along Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach Sunday to demand the resignation of President Michel Temer and to ask for Congress to approve a call for new elections. Temer is under investigation for bribery, after a whistleblower's testimony alleging that he paid the former House Leader hush money leaked to one of the country's biggest newspapers.
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British Airways says some service returning after day of chaos (Mon, 29 May 2017)
British Airways is planning to have a "near normal schedule" out of Gatwick airport Sunday after it was forced to cancel Saturday flights out of London's two biggest airports.
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Manchester residents honor bombing victims with bee tattoos (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Manchester residents are getting bee tattoos to honor the bombing victims, with proceeds being donated to support families of those killed and wounded.
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Russians protest plans to demolish Soviet-era apartments (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Olga Novitskaya is not your typical insurgent. The 54-year old translator lives in an old apartment building in the Cheremushki district of Moscow, and she wants to stay there. The City Council wants Novitskaya, and about 1.6 million others, to move into new high-rise buildings. And that's set off an unlikely protest movement.
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UK reduces terror threat level to 'severe' (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Britain's terror threat level has been reduced to "severe" from "critical," UK Prime Minister Theresa May said Saturday after meeting with security chiefs.
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Iraqi forces advance on ISIS-held neighborhoods in western Mosul (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Iraqi forces have made another step toward wresting Mosul from ISIS.
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Rival militias clash in Libyan capital, leaving leave 28 dead (Sat, 27 May 2017)
At least 28 people were killed in fierce clashes between rival militias in Libya, the Ministry of Health said.
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Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails end 40-day hunger strike (Sat, 27 May 2017)
Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails ended their hunger strike Saturday after 40 days, officials said.
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Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's national security adviser, dies (Sat, 27 May 2017)
Zbigniew Brzezinski, the former national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter, has died, his daughter announced on social media.
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Tillerson: US takes full responsibility for UK investigation leaks (Fri, 26 May 2017)
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US government took full responsibility for intelligence leaks from the investigation into Monday's deadly terror attack in Manchester, as he met Friday with his UK counterpart Boris Johnson.
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'Love from Manchester:' Royal Air Force message to ISIS on bomb (Thu, 25 May 2017)
Members of the British Royal Air Force are sending a message to ISIS in a storied way -- scrawled on the outside of a bomb.
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This heartwarming photo captures 'the spirit of Manchester' (Thu, 25 May 2017)
Manchester native Natalie Thornley was attending a vigil when she captured a photograph of an armed policeman blowing a kiss to a group of people holding a "free hugs" sign.
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Manchester street artists honor victims with canvases of love (Thu, 25 May 2017)
Manchester's street artists are canvassing the city's Northern Quarter with murals in the wake of Monday's horrific suicide bombing, which claimed the lives of 22 concertgoers.
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What is the 'Five Eyes' intelligence pact? (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Britain temporarily halted intelligence sharing on the Manchester bombing with the United States after American officials leaked information -- a remarkable development between two "Five Eyes" nations that have the deepest of intelligence relationships.
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We need to earn our fallen soldiers' sacrifices (Sun, 28 May 2017)
"Earn this!"
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Stop calling Jared Kushner 'naive' (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Jared Kushner may be a lot of things, but naive is definitely not one of them. Yet, following the Washington Post's story that he suggested in a December meeting with Russia's ambassador Sergey Kislyak that they create a secret communication channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin, many openly asked, could Kushner be so naïve? We heard it from pundits to even former FBI and KGB agents.
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Rick Santorum to President Trump: Stop tweeting (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Former senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he believes the Trump administration could be doing well, if only the President would stop doing one thing: Tweeting.
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Big auto lender only checked 8% of applicants' incomes (Sat, 27 May 2017)
Nearly 107 million Americans have an auto loan.
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Uber CEO's mother dies in boating accident (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Kalanick's mother, Bonnie, was 71.
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Lawmakers push N. Korea tourism ban (Fri, 26 May 2017)
U.S. lawmakers are pushing for a ban on American tourists visiting North Korea.
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'Marines do not leave anyone behind' (Fri, 19 May 2017)
As a medic with the U.S. Marines, Bob Adams put his life on the line for his men in some of the most intense battles of the Vietnam War.
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He's using hotel soap to save lives (Fri, 05 May 2017)
For many Cambodians, a bar of soap is a luxury they cannot afford.
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Know someone amazing? Nominate them for CNN Heroes (Thu, 02 Mar 2017)

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Mexico ready to retaliate by hurting US farmers (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
Mexican Senator Armando Rios Piter told CNN that he plans to introduce a bill this week that would stop Mexican purchases of American corn.
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Will the next iPhone charge wirelessly? (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
The days of plugging in an iPhone to charge won't last forever.
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How 'America First' could turn into to 'India First' (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
Nandan Nilekani, co-founder of one of India's biggest outsourcing companies, says an H-1B visa crackdown would ultimately hurt the U.S.
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Swiss voters reject corporate tax overhaul (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Yellen and the Fed may deserve more of the credit for the market's move.
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Apple stock nears record high (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
Apple stock is less than $1 away from its all-time high amid renewed optimism for the iPhone.
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America's NAFTA nemesis: Canada, not Mexico (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
President-elect Donald Trump focuses his criticism of NAFTA on Mexico. But Canada and America have a rocky trade history too.
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Verizon's plan: Consumers win, investors lose (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
Verizon has decided to bring back unlimited data plans. But while that's great for its subscribers, it's awful news for investors. It's another sign of how brutally competitive the telecom business is. And it's hurting Verizon's stock.
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Oil prices have doubled in a year. Here's why (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
The price of crude oil has more than doubled over the past year after bottoming out at $26 per barrel in February 2016.
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Tesla will sell electric cars in the Middle East (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
The automaker announced Monday that its first official venture in the oil-rich Middle East will be in the United Arab Emirates.
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Indian rival slams Uber's business model (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
Uber's top rival in India has some unsolicited advice for the U.S. startup: Go local.
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Cook calls for campaign against fake news (Sun, 12 Feb 2017)
Apple CEO Tim Cook wants the tech industry to take action against "fake news" stories that are polluting the web.
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Trump brand takes another hit (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
Sears Holdings, the company that owns retail stores Sears and Kmart, said this weekend that it would remove 31 Trump-branded items from its website.
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Cutting down trash with bamboo packaging (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
Universal Biopack makes packaging that it sells to restaurants and manufacturers. But rather than plastic, it uses a mixture of bamboo and cassava.
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Nike stars champion 'Equality' in new ad (Sun, 12 Feb 2017)
Nike on Sunday launched a star-studded short film titled "Equality" that coincides with Black History Month.
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'Lego Batman' producer, then Treasury sec? (Sun, 12 Feb 2017)
Treasury secretary pick Steven Mnuchin is an executive producer on Warner Bros.' "The Lego Batman Movie," which pulled in an estimated $55.6 million from U.S. audiences during its opening weekend.
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Are we heading for another Greek debt crisis? (Thu, 09 Feb 2017)
It may seem like a recurring nightmare, but Greece is in danger of running out of money again.
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Verizon is bringing back unlimited data (Mon, 13 Feb 2017)
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Visa crackdown puts these rural doctors at risk (Sat, 11 Feb 2017)
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Trump isn't killing the bull market. Here's why (Fri, 10 Feb 2017)
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How to outsmart fake news in your Facebook feed (Fri, 18 Nov 2016)
Fake news is actually really easy to spot -- if you know how. Consider this your New Media Literacy Guide.
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Revealed: Winners of the 'Oscars of watches' (Fri, 18 Nov 2016)
It's the prize giving ceremony that everyone's on time for.
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Driverless 'Roborace' car makes street track debut (Fri, 18 Nov 2016)
It is a car kitted out with technology its developers boldly predict will transform our cities and change the way we live.
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Flying a sports car with wings (Fri, 18 Nov 2016)
Piloting one of the breed of light aircraft is said to be as easy as driving a car
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Brightest supermoon since 1948 (Wed, 16 Nov 2016)
See photos of November's supermoon -- the brightest in nearly 70 years.
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This NASA astronaut voted from space (Tue, 08 Nov 2016)
From infinity and beyond, he found a way to vote.
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Teen girls prepare for space launch (Thu, 17 Nov 2016)
Teenage girls have designed Africa's first private satellite due to launch into space in 2017. It's hoped it can monitor and find answers to South Africa's drought crisis.
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Going to space is a real pain in the back (Tue, 08 Nov 2016)
A six-month stay on the International Space Station can be a pain in the back for astronauts. While they may gain up to 2 inches in height temporarily, that effect is accompanied by a weakening of the muscles supporting the spine, according to a new study.
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Russian gamers race to prevent nuclear 'war' (Wed, 02 Nov 2016)
"Attention! Attention!" blares the Russian voice from a loudspeaker. "The nuclear bombs will be launched in one hour."
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What parents should know about the VR gear kids want (Thu, 17 Nov 2016)
Thinking about treating your family to a little virtual reality this holiday? Have no idea where to start? Don't worry. From Google's inexpensive Cardboard VR viewer to Sony's new PlayStation VR, this guide will help you figure out what makes sense for your family's interests, needs and budget.
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Japan's boom in weird wearable tech (Fri, 11 Nov 2016)
What do Discman, Tamagotchi, and Game Boy have in common?
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Cell phones, screens are keeping your kid awake (Fri, 11 Nov 2016)
These days, teachers often face classrooms filled with yawning students who stayed up late snapping selfies or playing online games.
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CNN.com - Science and Space

Mars Science Lab launch delayed two years (Fri, 05 Dec 2008)
NASA's launch of the Mars Science Laboratory -- hampered by technical difficulties and cost overruns -- has been delayed until the fall of 2011, NASA officials said at a news conference Thursday in Washington.
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Shuttle lands at California air base (Mon, 01 Dec 2008)
NASA officials Sunday waved off the first opportunity for space shuttle Endeavour to return to Earth, citing poor weather conditions.
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iReporters watch planets, moon align (Tue, 02 Dec 2008)

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Inspiration for 'Contact' still listening (Wed, 26 Nov 2008)
From a remote valley in Northern California, Jill Tarter is listening to the universe.
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Indian lunar orbiter hit by heat rise (Wed, 26 Nov 2008)
Scientists have switched off several on-board instruments to halt rising temperatures inside India's first unmanned lunar spacecraft.
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Watch Millie Bobby Brown channel 'Dreamgirls' (Mon, 29 May 2017)
There are "Stranger Things" than celebs showing off their pipes, but that doesn't make it any less delightful.
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What's streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in June (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Now that summer is officially here, you might as well settle in and beat the heat.
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Ariana Grande announces Manchester benefit concert (Sat, 27 May 2017)
Singer Ariana Grande has posted a letter on Twitter to express her remorse over terror attack at her concert earlier this week in Manchester, England.
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Michael Jackson gets sympathetic treatment in 'Searching for Neverland' (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Narrowly focused on the last few years of his life, "Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland" labors to humanize the King of Pop, acknowledging eccentricities but portraying him as an object of sympathy. While reasonably effective dramatically speaking, its reception will likely depend on how one views Jackson's alleged behavior with children.
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Miranda Kerr and Emmy Rossum both marry (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Love was in the air for celebs over the holiday weekend.
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'Love Actually' sequel is giving us all the feels (Fri, 26 May 2017)
"Love Actually" fans finally know what happened to their favorite characters.
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Music legend Gregg Allman dies at 69 (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Gregg Allman, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band who overcame family tragedy, drug addiction and health problems to become a grizzled elder statesman for the blues music he loved, has died. He was 69.
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Sarah Silverman gets stage fright (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Sarah Silverman isn't buying it if you claim to not be "political."
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Andy Cohen wants to make a 'Love Connection' (Thu, 25 May 2017)
Dating apps might be great for reminding people that there are plenty of fish in the sea, so to speak, but 30-year-old attorney Madison Kucker has been on 127 dates in the past two years and she tired of fishing. So she's putting her future in the hands of the producers from Fox's "Love Connection."
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See Disney's Pandora with James Cameron (Fri, 26 May 2017)

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'Pirates of the Caribbean' tries to turn back time (Thu, 25 May 2017)
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" tries to turn back time, seeking to replicate the first 2003 film's chemistry. That attempt to swim against the tide doesn't entirely work, but at least delivers moments that fleetingly jolt this literally zombie-fied fifth installment to sporadic life.
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Chris Cornell's close friends remember his final days (Sat, 27 May 2017)
Chris Cornell's closest friends said there were no warning signs that the Soundgarden frontman would take his own life following his Detroit concert earlier this month.
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'Wonder Woman' women-only screenings cause uproar (Fri, 26 May 2017)
"Wonder Woman" may be a feminist icon, but some male moviegoers aren't happy about some scheduled women-only screenings of the film.
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Val Kilmer excited for 'Top Gun 2' (Thu, 25 May 2017)
The "Top Gun 2" momentum is speeding up.
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Niall Horan is down for One Direction reunion (Fri, 26 May 2017)
It appears it's not if, but when One Direction gets back together.
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Watch epic 'Plinko' win (Fri, 26 May 2017)
A contestant on "The Price is Right" won $31,500 during the game "Plinko," setting a new record.
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'Veep' cast on their least favorite nicknames (Fri, 26 May 2017)
The cast of the HBO show "Veep" reveals the most hated nicknames that the writers have used for their characters, including "beefy blonde."
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Sarah Hyland of 'Modern Family' refutes anorexia claims (Thu, 25 May 2017)
Despite her current look, Sarah Hyland wants the world to know she "not a fan of 'being skinny.' "
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Trevor Noah on processing tragedy on late-night (Wed, 24 May 2017)
In times when it is easy and understandable to be at a loss for words, late-night television hosts often find themselves searching for the right ones to say.
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Brad Pitt's 'War Machine' fizzles on Netflix (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Throwing around money to demonstrate its commitment to the movie business, Netflix has rented Brad Pitt. That's the main headline to take from "War Machine," a muddled satire about the war in Afghanistan awkwardly forced to camouflage its lead character behind a pseudonym.
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'Baywatch' movie sinks like a stone (Thu, 25 May 2017)
A "Baywatch" movie needn't be high art -- its TV inspiration certainly wasn't -- but did it have to be this inane? Crude and silly, searching for the laughs in this R-rated comedy is the equivalent of scouring the beach with a metal detector looking for lost items.
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'Still Star-Crossed' picks up where Romeo and Juliet left off (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Shonda Rhimes has brought ABC enough success -- producing "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal" -- to earn creative latitude. But "Still Star-Crossed," her new soap that seeks to pick up where "Romeo and Juliet" left off, feels like an over-reach, a show for English lit majors whose parting won't evoke much sorrow, sweet or otherwise.
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Dueling narratives at Fox News (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Jane Hall and Erik Wemple discuss the big issues Fox News is facing right now including one with the network's superstar Sean Hannity.
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Yahoo's top editor leaving after Verizon sale (Sat, 27 May 2017)

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Trump's first overseas trip: Zero press conferences (Sun, 28 May 2017)
There's one thing clear about President Trump's first trip abroad: He kept the press at arm's length.
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A-Rod said to sign on as ABC News contributor (Sun, 28 May 2017)

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Sato wins Indy 500 as Alonso forced to retire (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Takuma Sato became the first Japanese driver to win the Indianapolis 500 as F1 star Fernando Alonso was forced out with smoke billowing from his car.
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Four killed in stampede at football final in Honduras (Mon, 29 May 2017)
It should have been a day of celebration as Motagua were crowned champions in Honduras, but instead it was marred by tragedy.
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Kvitova makes winning return at French Open (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Just five months after she was stabbed during an attempted burglary at her home, Petra Kvitova made an impressive return to action as the Czech eased into the French Open second round Sunday.
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Monaco GP: Sebastian Vettel wins 'intense' race (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Sebastian Vettel stretched his lead at the top of the F1 drivers championship as he claimed victory at the Monaco Grand Prix Sunday.
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Meet the tennis player with the greatest name in sport (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Tennys Sandgren makes his grand slam debut at this year's French Open -- and he has just the perfect name
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Take a lap of the Monaco Street Circuit in 360° (Sat, 27 May 2017)
Hop on board with Bruno Senna as he pilots a Formula E car on a hot lap of the world's most famous street circuit.
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Nelson Piquet Jr.'s dream Monaco weekend (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Monaco is a home from home for a number of leading motorsport drivers and of course once a year they even get to race around the Principality's racing circuit, either in Formula One or Formula E.
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Alexander Rossi: My first car (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Alexander Rossi knows a thing or two about going fast.
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Inside the secret world of the tennis locker room (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Maria Sharapova once described the women's locker room as "my least favorite place in the world."
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Can Rafael Nadal win a 10th French Open title? (Mon, 29 May 2017)
The "King of Clay" is ready to reign again.
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The secret to success? Chocolate mousse, says Halep (Mon, 29 May 2017)
Simona Halep is enjoying a wonderful clay court season. The French Open favorite says she will eat a "little bit" of chocolate mousse every day in Paris in an attempt to win her first grand slam.
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Tiger Woods: 'I can't twist' for three months (Thu, 25 May 2017)
He "unequivocally" wants to play professional goal again but Tiger Woods can't even twist for another three months, let alone play the sport.
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Golfer opens up about wife's battle with alcoholism (Wed, 24 May 2017)
From the outside it looks like a dream life -- making vast amounts of money playing golf for a living.
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When manga and golf collide (Wed, 26 Apr 2017)
Might the key to curing your slice lie in the age-old Japanese art form of manga?
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Monaco: Splashing the cash on the French Riviera (Thu, 25 May 2017)
Billionaires' bolt-hole, playboys' paradise and, for one week at the end of May, host to the most glamorous motor race in the world.
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Jump into the cockpit of an Indy 500 car (Sun, 28 May 2017)
Mario Andretti takes Coy Wire on a spin around the track at the Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway.
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Take the Monaco GP quiz (Thu, 25 May 2017)
Three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet once said "driving in Monaco is like riding a bike in your living room." How will you fare in CNN Sport's quiz?
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Space-age rocketships battle for Auld Mug (Tue, 23 May 2017)
The boats are space-age rocketships, rising out of the water to fly on foils, powered by towering wing sails, and crewed by "superhumans."
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The world's best sailing superyacht (Wed, 17 May 2017)
If you have several million dollars to spend and are in the market for an extravagant superyacht, it's sometimes hard to tell which is the best.
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The legend of Totti in ten chapters (Mon, 29 May 2017)

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The secret to managing Mario Balotelli (Fri, 26 May 2017)
Mario Balotelli's OGC Nice contract ends in June, but in a recent cryptic instagram post the Italian striker suggested he might be interested in extending his stay on the French Riviera.
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Four killed in stampede at football final in Honduras (Mon, 29 May 2017)
It should have been a day of celebration as Motagua were crowned champions in Honduras, but instead it was marred by tragedy.
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Why Zlatan is a sirloin steak ... (Wed, 24 May 2017)
From tasty tapas to sublime seafood, Spanish cuisine suits all tastes, but if he could describe himself as a dish from his native Spain, Manchester United star Juan Mata would opt for the humble tortilla.
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How AS Monaco toppled big spenders PSG to win Ligue 1 (Thu, 18 May 2017)
Paris Saint Germain's era of dominance is over and the Ligue 1 trophy is once again in the hands of AS Monaco.
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Whose skills would you choose? (Thu, 15 Dec 2016)
Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? Everybody has their favorite player, but could choose skills from more than one and create an unbeatable superstar?
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ROI: Premier League's best-value signings ()

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Guardiola's wife and daughters escape terror attack (Tue, 23 May 2017)
Pep Guardiola's wife and two daughters escaped Monday's terror attack unhurt after attending the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena.
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The match that changed football (Fri, 19 May 2017)
There was a time when Barcelona fans did not expect success. To wallow in pessimism was the accepted norm. Trophies? Titles? They were for others, usually the reserve of the grandiose club of the capital, Real Madrid.
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'Keeping Kylian Mbappé is our priority,' says AS Monaco CEO (Thu, 18 May 2017)
Having attracted rave reviews following a breakthrough season, AS Monaco says it's a 'priority' to keep in-demand teenager Kylian Mbappé rather than cash in on his soaring transfer value.
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Juve's Buffon ventures into wine business (Thu, 18 May 2017)
He's been likened to a fine wine who gets better and better with age.
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Muntari would back boycott in racist abuse protest (Mon, 08 May 2017)
Footballer Sulley Muntari has said he would be the "No.1" supporter of any organized player boycott in protest against what he believes are increasing incidents of racism in the sport.
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How tart cherry juice is helping fuel Monaco's success (Wed, 03 May 2017)
When AS Monaco vice-captain, Valere Germain, cooks at home, he'll regularly take a picture of his meal and send it to team doctor Philippe Kuentz.
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How Conte has led Chelsea to Premier League glory (Fri, 19 May 2017)
From tenth to the title, Chelsea
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Muntari says 2018 World Cup will 'bring peace' (Fri, 12 May 2017)
As world football heads convened in Bahrain for FIFA's annual congress this week, one player in particular would have had more than a passing interest in the agenda.
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Eight foods to help improve your athletic performance (Thu, 04 May 2017)
AS Monaco has been the surprise package of Europe this season, blowing away its rivals to reach the Champions League semifinals and sitting on the brink of a first Ligue 1 title in 17 years.
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Meet the Lionel Messi doppelganger (Tue, 09 May 2017)
What's it like to be soccer superstar Lionel Messi? Iranian Reza Parastesh is rapidly finding out.
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Cristiano Ronaldo: The numbers that define a Champions League legend (Wed, 03 May 2017)
He made sure to praise the efforts of the "team" but once again Cristiano Ronaldo fully warranted an admiring glance in the mirror.
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Xavi: 'My dream is to coach Barcelona' (Wed, 26 Apr 2017)
He's the player who has always been one step ahead of the opposition.
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Barcelona great Xavi reveals his 'Ultimate Player' (Thu, 20 Apr 2017)
CNN Sport asked Barcelona legend Xavi which world stars, past and present, he would combine to create his "ultimate football player."
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