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  • Game of Thrones final season won't start shooting until October

    Mashable reports that the group reached out to them and revealed what seems to be the login details of nearly every social media account that the channel operates. "Mr Smith" has given Mashable the credentials to access for almost every HBO social media account . There have been rumors the episodes could be supersized, but that hasn't been confirmed by HBO or the show's producers.

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  • RIP Sonny Landham (1941 - 2017)

    RIP Sonny Landham (1941 - 2017)

    The actor was born William Landham on February 11, 1941, in Canton, Georgia. Landham's big break came when director Walter Hill cast him as a police officer in the gang thriller The Warriors , which led to his work under the direction of Hill again in 48 Hrs .

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  • Doctor Strange advises Thor in new 'Ragnarok' trailer

    Doctor Strange advises Thor in new 'Ragnarok' trailer

    A new Japanese trailer has been released for Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok and it features a very exciting cameo for anyone who stuck around for the post-credits scene of Doctor Strange . " Thor must fight for survival and race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home and the Asgardian civilization". A new global trailer is filled with Doctor Strange , who appears to have the role of "call to adventure", if we're following the Hero's Journey here.

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  • Solar eclipse party at the NSB library

    Solar eclipse party at the NSB library

    The last total solar eclipse to be witnessed in the continental United States was in 1979, but not many people saw because it clipped just five states in the Northwest and the weather wasn't cooperative. While the sun may be your main focus, look all around you. Doctors say you should never, ever, ever, look at the sun - not even for a second - without the proper NASA-approved, ISO-certified glasses.

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  • Ronaldo handed five-match ban after shoving referee

    Ronaldo handed five-match ban after shoving referee

    According to Article 96 of the Spanish Federation's Rules, in fact, for such behavior the disqualification ranges from four to 12 games, plus the one received for the red card. He was given a one-match ban for getting the two yellow cards and another four for pushing Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea . "I am annoyed. Well, pissed off really", Zidane said , as quoted by AS.

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  • Stuart Broad gets unwelcome feedback from County pals on pink ball conditions

    Stuart Broad gets unwelcome feedback from County pals on pink ball conditions

    I watched the day-night match in Adelaide and enjoyed it. Yet a sign of how far the West Indies have slipped from those heights is that they have gone 17 matches without a Test win in England , losing 14 and drawing the other three. And with three day-night Tests in England's schedule over the next few months (subject to confirmation from Auckland), they will need to learn fast .

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  • Billie Lourd, 25, in line to inherit Carrie Fisher's $7million estate

    Billie Lourd, 25, in line to inherit Carrie Fisher's $7million estate

    There could be more inheritance coming her way, as well, as the website said the probate case does not reflect money that could be in various trusts. Star Wars: The Last Jedi's John Boyega promises fans can expect an epic sendoff for Fisher's General Leia in that film (she'd filmed pretty much all of her material before her death, so expect her to still have a large role in the narrative).

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  • Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez ruled out for two weeks

    Wenger said Sanchez would be missed but admitted he would not have started the game against Leicester even if he was deemed fit to play. Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal have had no contact with Paris Saint-Germain regarding a deal for Alexis Sanchez and reiterates that it is "possible" that the Chilean forward could yet choose to sign a new deal at the Emirates Stadium.

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  • Pat Robertson Says Creep Eric Bolling Was Probably Set Up

    Pat Robertson Says Creep Eric Bolling Was Probably Set Up

    I look forward to clearing my name asap". The report , citing multiple anonymous sources in and outside of Fox News and Fox Business, said the messages were sent several years ago, on separate occasions. The Fox News host was suspended from the network "pending the results of an investigation, which is now underway", a Fox News spokesperson told TheWrap on Saturday.

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  • ASEAN, China officially approve draft COC framework

    ASEAN, China officially approve draft COC framework

    North Korea , however, remains a participant of the ASEAN Regional Forum despite Washington's call to have Pyongyang be suspended from the security forum, which will be held in Manila on Monday. "It is our view that precisely because ASEAN represents the cultural, commercial and physical cross-roads of the region, it has a unique ability to reflect and harmonise larger interests of the world beyond it", he said.

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  • Sean Spicer Says No to One Last Tango, Reportedly Declines DWTS Invite

    Sean Spicer Says No to One Last Tango, Reportedly Declines DWTS Invite

    Unfortunately (or fortunately? Honestly, I don't even know anymore), Spicer turned the offer down, saying he's going to have an "overwhelming number of commitments" this fall and he won't have time for reality TV. Spicer's less than impressive dancing ability may also have been a factor in his decision not to join the programme's 25th season. "As the ideal manifestation of the craziness that has surrounded this [Trump] presidency, Spicer's farcical press briefings were comedy gold for ...

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  • Four People Charged With Leaking Classified Info, Concealing Contacts - Sessions

    Sessions claimed that the administration has seen as many leaks of classified information in the last six months as there were in the previous three years combined and described leakers as rogue criminals "sell [ing] out the country". Intelligence chairman accuses Obama aides of hundreds of unmasking requests MORE, Sessions announced that the Justice Department, FBI and government intelligence agencies will direct more resources into the investigations of government leaks and would ...

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  • Is Martin Shkreli Guilty?

    Is Martin Shkreli Guilty? "Pharma Bro" Was Charged With Fraud

    Of the eight counts, Shkreli was found guilty of three. After almost a week of deliberations, a jury found Shkreli guilty of three of eight counts of securities and wire fraud. Prosecutors said Shkreli eventually paid investors back with stock or cash from Retrophin by having them sign settlement or consulting agreements with the company.

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  • Barcelona paid £198m buyout clause for Neymar

    Barcelona paid £198m buyout clause for Neymar

    The previous record was midfielder Paul Pogba's move past year from Juventus to Manchester United for €105 million. "We have been very transparent". 'What we care only is that we have worked very transparently with UEFA, otherwise people can say what they want'.

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  • Donald Trump Approval Rating: President's Support at Lowest Level Ever

    Quinnipiac found that most Americans say they are embarrassed to have Trump as president, believe Trump is abusing the powers of his office, and see Trump as positioning himself as above the law. A Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday found that 68% of American voters think that transgender people should be allowed to serve.

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  • Mueller Taps 16th Lawyer to Join Special Counsel Probe of Russian Federation

    Mueller Taps 16th Lawyer to Join Special Counsel Probe of Russian Federation

    Biggs cited similar arguments, though many - such as the assertion that Mueller and Comey, who served as Federal Bureau of Investigation director and deputy attorney general during George W. As the special counsel's investigation widened, and as the effort to neutralize the investigation fizzled, the Washington Post reported that the president had asked aides about the intricacies of the executive's pardon powers .

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