• Dominant Mexico cruise against Honduras in WCQ

    Dominant Mexico cruise against Honduras in WCQ

    Mexico's second came in the 63rd minute when Hector Herrera played a ideal ball to Hirving Lozano over the top of the Honduras defense, which the Pachuca winger then collected and dribbled around Escober to finish into an empty net. Midway through the qualifying campaign, U.S. occupy the final qualifying berth, sitting just one point above fourth-placed Panama and there are no doubts they will be under pressure when facing leaders Mexico .

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  • Ohio State to reportedly meet with Creighton head coach Greg McDermott

    Ohio State to reportedly meet with Creighton head coach Greg McDermott

    After Jent left the Cavs he became an assistant at Ohio State, where he worked for Thad Matta until 2013. Ohio State is making a major change to its men's basketball program. His teams won at least 20 games in 12 consecutive seasons. The Buckeyes missed the NCAA Tournament last season after finishing 17-15. "But I'm head coach of the Bulls and have no intention of leaving".

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  • Coast Guard, partner agencies save 1, search for another off Salisbury

    Coast Guard, partner agencies save 1, search for another off Salisbury

    Authorities were called to the beach around 5:40 p.m. Tuesday after two men were thrown into the water after their boat capsized in rough seas. One man was able to make it to a jetty. The air temperature was just under 50 degrees at the time of the search. "We haven't had track of it or seen the boat since [May 26]", Coast Guard spokesman Jonathan Lally told the Palm Beach Post.

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  • Trump to interview Pistole for Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    Former FBI deputy director and TSA boss John Pistole, now a university president, is in the running for James Comey's vacant seat, the White House said Tuesday. Former White House staffer Boris Epshteyn confirmed he has been contacted for information as part of the House investigation. The New York Times reported that seven days after he was inaugurated, Trump asked Comey if he could pledge his 'loyalty'.

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  • Corn Mill Explosion in Wisconsin Kills 1, Injures Others

    Corn Mill Explosion in Wisconsin Kills 1, Injures Others

    Gian Galassi, a spokesman for the University of Wisconsin Hospital, said five explosion victims were still at the hospital as of Friday afternoon. Another body was recovered the next day, Thursday, June 1. "It's just a tough time for everybody", said Lindsey Surges, after dropping off her 4-year old son at school on Friday. Officials say three died following the Wednesday night incident, and recovery crews found the final missing person.

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  • Al Pacino will play Joe Paterno in HBO movie

    Al Pacino will play Joe Paterno in HBO movie

    Richards and David McKenna . The now untitled Paterno film marks Pacino's latest in a string of HBO projects, along with the Jack Kevorkian biopic " You Don't Know Jack ", " Phil Spector ", which followed the murder trial of the music business legend, and the mini-series " Angels in America ".

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  • Nevada Governor Signs Bill Legalizing Wagers On Esports Events

    Nevada Governor Signs Bill Legalizing Wagers On Esports Events

    Nevada's broad school choice program is on thin ice-a potential casualty of a battle over funding priorities between the state's Republicans, including the governor, and Democrats who control the state legislature. Las Vegas has seen plenty of esports events already, with Millennial Esports arena already host to both the Halo Championship Series and Madden NFL Championships .

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  • WH says Israel peace hopes sparked embassy delay

    That order will allow Trump maintain the negotiations of a peace while it disappointed lots of Israel supporters. Similar to Trump, former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. When the new six-month waiver ends, Trump will have to revisit the issue. Trump faced a Thursday deadline to sign the waiver , or let it expire. "For all the rhetorical flourishes, the president is conducting a very traditional approach to Arab-Israeli peacemaking", said Robert Satloff , who runs the ...

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  • Comey to testify to US Senate intelligence panel on June 8

    On Capitol Hill , a rift continued between Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., the chairman of the House intelligence committee, and Democrats on the panel. The requests were made by former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan, former national security adviser Susan Rice and Samantha Power, the former US representative to the United Nations, according to a congressional staffer, who was not authorized to disclose the information and spoke on condition of anonymity.

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  • Vindicator spelling bee champ eliminated from national contest

    Shelton-Gross, an Arlington, Virginia resident who works in health care, said members of her family in Arlington; Loudoun County, Virginia and Chicago have tracked their picks for victor of the bee for the past 10 years. Over the past fifteen years in particular, the annual competition bestowing on one (occasionally two) gifted young person the glories of top speller has been the subject of several films.

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  • Portland Tries to Stamp Out Free Speech

    Portland Tries to Stamp Out Free Speech

    Federal authorities have said it isn't clear yet if the Friday afternoon killing of Rick Best, 53, and 23-year-old Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, were acts of domestic terrorism or a hate crime, but Jeremy Joseph Christian , 35, was charged with allegedly stabbing them to death aboard a train.

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  • Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn to face questions on live TV

    For some on the centre-left in Labour , who dread the outcome of June 8, the recurrence of questions on modern terrorism and the leader's past meetings with militants will have done little to ease their fears. Mr Corbyn appealed to another audience member from a "salt of the earth" Labour family to "think again" after he could not vote for "ruthless" policies that would damage his small business, such as the abolition of zero hours contracts and the imposition of a £10 minimum wage.

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  • Clinton compares Trump to Nixon, says 'presidency would eventually end in disgrace'

    Clinton compares Trump to Nixon, says 'presidency would eventually end in disgrace'

    You're going to continue to see her engaged on issues that she is passionate about and has played a leadership role in. "They get up every day looking to take advantage and drive their agenda forward". "The challenge now is to practice politics as the art of making what appears to be impossible, possible", she said . The experience was so jarring that it even aligned Clinton with the Bushes, something else I think many of us felt.

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  • To many Americans, Memorial Day has lost its meaning

    It began as Decoration Day after the American Civil War in 1868 when an organization of Union veterans established it as a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the war dead with flowers. Roxbury residents will be able to learn more about that service after Monday's Memorial Day Parade when Kluska's story will be told at the Roxbury Veteran's Memorial in Horseshoe Lake Park.

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  • G-7 leaders meet in Italy amid discord over trade

    G-7 leaders meet in Italy amid discord over trade

    On the one side, leaders of Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, plus two European Union representatives. Global leaders taking part in the Group of Seven (G7) meeting this week are being called upon to brush aside the anti-science recalcitrance of the Trump administration and take the lead in addressing the crisis of climate change .

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  • War Memorial Post 30 of the American Legion's Memorial Day events

    AURORA - An American Legion service at Veterans Memorial Park on Garfield Road will be held at 9:30 a.m. Monday, followed by a parade at 10 a.m. from the park to Aurora Memorial Cemetery. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who died while in the military. The ceremony starts at 10 a.m., but there will be a musical prelude at 9:30 a.m.

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