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Liverpool Victorious in Thrilling Merseyside Derby

After a match in which clear-cut chances were at a premium for much of the encounter, Sadio Mane scored the only goal of the game to leave the Reds' fans delirious - and puhs his side back above Manchester City and into secondin the table. "We need to press". The goalkeeper was quick to deny the Brazilian at full stretch after he made a solid connection with a corner kick. He kept a clean sheet in the 3-0 midweek victory at Middlesbrough and debate raged over whether Mignolet should have ...

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Woman has baby using ovary frozen in childhood

According to the BBC , Moaza al Matrooshi was born with a potentially fatal blood disorder and needed chemotherapy, which can permanently damage ovaries. "It's a flawless feeling". So doctors fetched her ovarysicle from cryopreservation, where it had been chillin' in some liquid nitrogen at minus 196C for 15 years.

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After Latest Breach, Is Verizon Finally Ditching Its $4.8B Yahoo Deal?

What information was compromised in the hack? Yahoo has had a stunningly bad year when it comes to security. They weren't taking security seriously and that's now very clear. It sounds like a lot of bother, but security experts are increasingly recommending that people use a simple password manager program such as Password Chef, LastPass or 1password.

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Salvation Army aiding those in need this holiday season

Unfortunately so far this year, with only 13 days to go before Christmas, they have only raised $20,992 of the $72,000 goal. The Salvation Army of Onondaga County needs just under $150,000 to fund 40 programs across the county. Fewer sites mean less opportunities to receive donations. "We are always looking for more than whats expected so we can give back to our community". "I still think without Kmart, we can hit the goal, I really do".

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Murdoch's 21st Century Fox gets Sky backing for bid

The £10.75-a-share, all-cash offer which the committee recommended to investors values Sky at £18.5 billion. Rupert Murdoch took a big step toward consolidating his power base in British media after his USA media group Twenty-First Century Fox agreed Thursday to buy the shares it doesn't already own in Sky PLC for 11.7 billion pounds ($14.6 billion).

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Christmas of discontent: Threat of strikes loom

BRITISH Airways have branded its staff who plan to strike on Christmas Day and Boxing Day "heartless". Earnings were advertised between £21,000 and £25,000 ($26,318 to $31,330) but in reality start at just over £12,000 ($15,038), plus £3 ($3.75) an hour flying pay.

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Did Santa lie about a child dying in his arms?

But no one from the boy's family or a hospital has been found who can corroborate Schmitt-Matzen's story. She also said she hoped that at least the nurse would come forward to verify Schmitt-Matzen's account. "Why, you're my Number One elf!" Tonya Stoutt-Brown, spokesperson for Covenant Health, another East Tennessee hospital operator, told Patch she could not confirm if the incident happened at a Covenant hospital.

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Cuba wants to pay off $270 million debt in rum

Last year, a group of 14 nations, mostly wealthy European countries, jointly made a decision to give Cuba "extraordinary debt relief", forgiving some US$8.5 billion in debt while restructuring the repayment of some remaining US$2.6 billion over the next 18 years.

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Google names self-driving vehicle division Waymo

Now that Waymo is under the Alphabet umbrella of corporations it will be much more important for it to perform and bring about a revolution of sorts that it has started. But a few things have changed. Fairfield said the company spent six months scrutinizing the vehicles performance before Mahan was allowed to set out alone.

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Grammy country committee rejects Beyonce song

If she wins all nine of her awards, she'll pass Quincy Jones and Alison Krauss (both have 27) with 29 total wins. The 35-year-old R&B singer has been nominated 62 times in the entire history of Grammy awards and has won 20 awards from Grammy over her two-decade career.

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UniCredit to raise €13bn in fresh capital

Banca Monte dei Paschi, the world's oldest lender and Italy's third-biggest bank, is attempting to raise €5 billion by the end of the year to stay in business. Meanwhile, investors seemed confident that a solution for the embattled Monte dei Paschi will be found. "There will be no overhang from Monte dei Paschi".

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Gas prices climb for two weeks straight

AAA data shows that the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in the area was $2.153 on Monday, up from $2.136 a week ago. AAA reports the national average is up 20 cents compared to the same date previous year. Average fuel economy of new vehicles purchased by Americans peaked at 25.5 miles per gallon in August 2014 and has since retreated to 24.9 m.p.g., according to the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.

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Donald Trump's Stake in 'Apprentice' Continues

There is a precedent for presidents earning royalties while in office. Production company MGM has yet to disclose the financial terms of Trump's position on the show he help to develop with creator Mark Burnett. 9, 2016, in Baton Rouge, La. An unofficial Twitter account for Republicans in Tennessee wrote: "Media freak out about Trump remaining an EP for Celebrity Apprentice ".

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'Cancel order' on new Air Force One

A report by the Government Accountability Office pegs the total programme cost at 3 billion dollars over a decade until the end of 2020. The US Air Force announced past year that Boeing would build a new fleet of two modified 747-8 aircraft for presidential use beginning in 2024 as the current fleet reaches the end of its lifespan.

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Devastated city buries president of Chapecoense soccer club

A teammate of the Brazilian soccer team whose plane fatally crashed on Monday has lashed out at the pilot of the aircraft. Six survived - two crew members, a journalist and three players. The remains of a Paraguayan victim left Colombia late on Thursday. In the meantime, LAMIA's operating license has been suspended, and the national aviation authority's management has been replaced.

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Remains of Pakistan plane crash victims sent to Islamabad

Junaid Jamshed, a well-known Pakistani pop star turned evangelical Muslim cleric, was among those feared dead, an airline official said. TV footage at the site of the crash showed debris from the plane . Officials say up to 130 people are on board and police say there is "no chance" of survivors. The plane had originated in Peshawar , where it had departed at 1.50pm local time.

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China's FX reserves tumble to their lowest level since 2011

Chinese regulators have tightened restrictions on foreign exchange transactions and outflows in recent weeks amid growing concern that outflows are adding to pressure on the weakening yuan currency. According to Reuters , citing anonymous sources, any overseas investment or merger and acquisition worth more than US$5 million must now seek approval from the government's foreign exchange department.

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UK steel jobs safe after multinational commits to plants

Staff at Tata's sprawling steel plant in Port Talbot will decide later today whether to back a rescue plan that could secure the steelworks' future. The deal follows on from a "incredibly difficult" year in the industry. Tata now employs around 11,000 people in Britain. We will continue to work closely with Tata and all levels of government as we seek to build a sustainable future for Britain's steel industry.

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Windsor Vigil Highlights Violence Against Women Persists

The Local was also recognizing the National Day of Commemoration and Action to End Violence Against Women. On Dec. 6, 1989, a gunman who said he hated feminists separated male and female students and shot at women at Ecole Polytechnique, killing 14 women at the engineering school in Montreal.

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Volkswagen Group launches mobility services brand

A concept version of the vehicle could be shown as early as next year, Harms said. The Volkswagen Group has officially launched its new mobility services company called MOIA, which roughly means "individual mobility for everyone" and will be headquartered in Berlin.

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Ikea expanding parental leave; crib assembly still your job

Effective Jan. 1, the policy will apply to mothers and fathers who are birth, adoptive or foster parents. "This benefit, which applies to all parents, will give our workers the opportunity to spend more time with their families when welcoming a child".

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Carrier deal boosts most voters' opinions of President-elect Donald Trump

Last week, President-elect Donald Trump told workers he had struck a deal with United Technologies, the parent company of Carrier, to retain 1,100 jobs in IN rather than allow them to go to Mexico. Only 27 percent of respondents say it is unacceptable. But 56% of respondents in the latest poll - taken December 1-2 among 1,401 registered voters - said they felt it was "appropriate" for the President-elect to negotiate directly with companies.

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Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) Upside Stock Technicals at Extreme Strength

Two equities research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, seven have issued a hold rating, nine have given a buy rating and one has given a strong buy rating to the company. Stockholders of record on Thursday, November 17th were issued a $0.50 dividend. This represents a $2.00 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 2.03%.

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Analysts Take: Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE:CPK) Projected Earnings & Price Targets

Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) reported earning per shares for the quarter ending Nov 03 BMO at 0.09, whereas, 25 number of analysts estimated the mean EPS at 0.09. The stock's price fluctuated within the range of $7 - $7.30 during previous trading session. Jefferies Group reaffirmed their sell rating on shares of Chesapeake Energy Corp.

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Autumn Statement 2016: Key points from Philip Hammond's budget speech

The government will need to borrow 122 billion pounds more over the next five years than it expected in March, about half of it reflecting the slowdown in growth that is likely to be caused by the Brexit vote, the official independent budget forecasters said.