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Q1 12:00 Aus 3-3 NZ Bassett gets the first score before Maria Folau levels after a fine take. At the other end, Jane Watson intercepts to deny Bassett, but Steph Wood converts the rebound. Folau then misses a couple of chances, before Ekenasio levels it up.

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Trial may lead to fewer coronary stents for patients
It's estimated around 1 million coronary stents are implanted in patients in the U.S. every year
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Bei Bei the giant panda leaving the National Zoo for China
Washington's National Zoo is saying goodbye to Bei Bei, the last of its beloved giant panda cubs. This could be the end of an era, as Bei Bei heads to China. Chip Reid explains.
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The Didi Gregorius free-agency scenario that can’t be ruled out
When Jose Altuve killed the Yankees’ season with a game-ending two-run home run off Aroldis Chapman in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 6 of the ALCS, Didi Gregorius was on the road to free agency for the first time. The immediate speculation was the left-handed hitting shortstop who was limited to 82...
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Stop Assuming Republican Senators Will Do the Right Thing
This isn’t a rom-com. Enough with the GOP conscience porn.
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NASA picks SpaceX, Blue Origin and more for private moon lander project
NASA has picked SpaceX's Starship, Blue Origin's Blue Moon and three other commercial lunar lander companies to bid on proposals for its Artemis moon program.
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Golden Tate is sick of all this Giants losing
Golden Tate began this NFL season by serving a four-game suspension he felt was unjust. Four weeks spent watching from his home in San Diego while the Giants started their 2019 season. Not playing football — something he had spent a lifetime doing this time of year — was difficult to endure. Yet, when Tate...
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Cop in fatal crash would’ve lost his car under councilman’s safety bill
An NYPD cop who racked up 10 speeding tickets and red-light infractions this year before fatally crashing on the FDR is proof that traffic-cam violations should carry stronger penalties, a city councilman said Monday. Brooklyn Democrat Brad Lander said the Saturday night wreck that killed Officer Garman Chen and left two others seriously injured is...
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Fox files 'OK boomer" trademark request for TV show
OK, boomer. Ready for a trademark application war?
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A new 'Half-Life' game is finally coming out after 12 years of waiting — but the catch is that it's for virtual reality only
Valve The good news: Valve confirms that a new "Half-Life" game is in the works, with a formal debut to come on Thursday morning. The weird part: Valve says that it's a "flagship VR game," a strong indication that it'll only be available for SteamVR, its PC virtual reality platform. Regardless, the confirmation of a new "Half-Life" game ends a 12-year drought for the very many fans of the series. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2007, mega-hit first person shooter "Half-Life 2: Episode 2" ended on a massive cliffhanger, with the evil alien Combine having achieved a massive victory that left the heroic Gordon Freeman and sidekick Alyx in an impossibly sticky situation. Fans have since been waiting 12 long years and multiple console and PC hardware generations since for literally any update on the "Half-Life" franchise. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:How to uninstall Steam games to save space on your computer, and reinstall them laterHow to download Steam on your PC or Mac, and gain access to the internet's largest collection of gamesHow to delete your Steam account permanently, which will erase all of your games and account information
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CBS News uncovers possible pay-to-play scheme for ambassador role
A CBS News investigation has uncovered a possible pay-to-play scheme involving President Trump's nominee for U.S. Ambassador to the Bahamas. The nomination of billionaire Doug Manchester was stalled in the Senate when the RNC reached out with an expensive request. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Heart disease trial could reduce the number of patients getting stents
Close to 2 million Americans will receive stents to open clogged arteries. But that could change with the release of a new study. Dr. Tara Narula joins the "CBS Evening News" to explain.
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An Interview With Asif Kapadia About His Brilliant Documentary on Diego Maradona
The Oscar winner explains what drew him to the enigmatic soccer legend.
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Nine in 10 NHS bosses say staffing crisis endangering patients
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Save water (and money) with this smart home monitor
Between all of our apps, streaming devices, Bluetooth speakers, and energy-sucking decorations, paying for utilities each month can be...brutal. In fact, the average household spends roughly $70 a month on the water bill alone. That number might not seem terribly significant, but when you add it up, that's $840 a year — a pretty significant chunk of cheddar, and that's just for one of your many bills. Pair that with the fact that water conservation is becoming increasingly more important, (especially in areas susceptible to droughts) and being conscientious of your water use is, quite frankly, more important than ever. That's where Flume comes in. This easy-to-install smart water monitor pops right onto your home's water meter and tracks your water use in real time. You can check in on your use through Flume's companion app directly from your smartphone, which constantly gathers and reports the data back to you. If there's a leak or damage detected, you'll instantly be notified so you can quickly resolve the issue. Flume breaks down exactly where your water is going, so you can figure out how to cut back in areas where you're over-using it and save big on your monthly water bill. And, if you've already got a smart home or speaker setup, you can ask Alexa about your water status, use, and budget. Keep tabs on your water use with the Flume Smart Home Water Monitor and give the earth and your wallet some relief. You can grab it now for just $169. Read the rest
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Nvidia and Microsoft launch Azure supercomputing instance
Nvidia is releasing a reference design platform for Arm-based servers today along with a Microsoft Azure instance for supercomputing in the cloud.
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Democrats dubious as Trump dangles impeachment testimony offer
Democrats responded skeptically on Monday to President Donald Trump's declaration that he might be willing to testify in his impeachment inquiry and also said they were examining the truthfulness of his testimony in the Russia 2016 election interference probe.
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8 Unusual Ideas for a Dentistry Business
Today, even the field of dentistry is rich in creative entrepreneurs who actively create and introduce goods and services that may seem cool and unusual to you. Startups and innovative inventions in the field of dentistry which will surprise you. You’ll find eight unusual ideas for a dentistry business. There are startups and inventions in […] The post 8 Unusual Ideas for a Dentistry Business appeared first on ReadWrite.
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China parliament law committee says Hong Kong courts have no power to rule on constitutionality of face mask ban law: Xinhua
China’s top legislature says Hong Kong courts have no power to rule on the constitutionality of the city’s legislation with regards to Basic Law, according to state media outlet Xinhua.
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Half-Life: Alyx: What we know about Valve’s upcoming full-length VR game
Rise and shine, Alyx. Sources confirm new details ahead of Thursday's formal reveal.
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2 infants buried wearing helmets made from other youngsters' skulls have archaeologists puzzled
Two infants were buried more than 2,000 years ago wearing strange "helmets" made from the skulls of other children, researchers found.
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A G.O.P. Star Emerges in Impeachment Hearings. Democratic Donors Notice.
As Representative Elise Stefanik, a New York Republican, took a leading role in Friday’s impeachment hearing, donations came pouring in to her Democratic challenger.
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UFC fighter announces retirement on ESPN show
UFC fighter Ben Askren, 35, announced his retirement Monday while on the ESPN podcast "Ariel Helwani's MMA Show."
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Accused bike-path terrorist Sayfullo Saipov tells judge he only answers to Allah
Accused bike path terrorist Sayfullo Saipov told a Manhattan federal court judge Monday he doesn’t respect his authority — while prosecutors said they want to empanel an anonymous jury to oversee the death penalty case. “The orders issued here have nothing to do with me,” Saipov told Judge Vernon Broderick through an Uzbek interpreter. “I...
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Danielle Brooks gives birth to a baby girl
This is the first child for the 30-year-old actress.
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Students clash with police as violence erupts in Hong Kong
Hundreds of protesters are trapped in a tense standoff with riot police in Hong Kong, hours after violence erupted in the streets. Overnight, police in armored vehicles clashed with students hurling gasoline bombs. Ramy Inocencio reports from Hong Kong.
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Malaria-fighting soup? School experiment leads to findings about homemade cures
It started out as a project for National Science Week at his children's British primary school -- a way malaria researcher Jake Baum could teach the kids the difference between a herbal remedy and true medicine.
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South Dakota's anti-meth campaign wants everyone to know they're, uh, on it
South Dakota's campaign to end meth addiction has had a shaky start.  "Meth and its use in South Dakota's growing at an alarming rate," Governor Kristi Noem said in a live video on Facebook on Monday. "A lot of times you guys have seen campaigns that have to do with drugs or addiction that make people feel more hopeless or uncaring. That is not what this campaign is going to be."  The campaign involves a new TV ad, billboards, posters, and a website, local news outlet Argus Leader reports. But its promotional materials are already raising eyebrows — the wording is, uh, questionable.  "Every one of us in South Dakota can partner to be on meth. Really, the tagline is 'I'm on meth," Noem continued.  Read more...More about South Dakota, Meth, Culture, and Web Culture
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Console-free gaming may start with the cloud — but will need the edge
While console-less is the future for the gaming industry, the centralized cloud is simply not the right backbone to bring these platforms to life.
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Chick-fil-A to stop donating to anti-LGBTQ+ charities
Chick-fil-A is planning to change its charitable donations in the new year as the fast-food chain tries to avoid the spotlight that came with its history of financing evangelical groups that opposed LGBTQ rights, including same-sex marriage. CBSN Los Angeles reports.
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Trump campaign blitzes Facebook with ads attacking impeachment inquiry
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign ran more than 6,000 Facebook ads mentioning impeachment during the first week of public hearings in the inquiry, according to an analysis of ad data.
Politica
Trump considers written testimony in impeachment inquiry
President Trump surprised his own White House staff by tweeting that he is considering submitting written testimony in the impeachment inquiry. It comes as Democrats are now investigating whether the president lied the last time he submitted answers in writing. Ben Tracy reports.
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Gentleman picks a fight with an American Bison
Here we see a man who takes Genesis 9:1-5 seriously: "The fear of you and the dread of you shall be upon every beast of the earth." Unfortunately, the American Bison he challenged appears not to have read the Bible. If there is a God, I hope He pours the Seven Bowls of His wrath on this jackass. What an idiot pic.twitter.com/c88El7kqD0 — The Human Experience (@thehumanxp) November 18, 2019 Read the rest
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Congress to hear from 9 witnesses in 3 days of impeachment hearings
The impeachment hearings are about to enter a rapid-fire round of nine witnesses in just three days. On Tuesday, Congress will hear from three people who listened in on the phone call that prompted the investigation. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Patrick Frazee guilty of murder in death of his fiancee
After deliberating for just three and a half hours, a jury found Patrick Frazee guilty of first-degree murder in the death of his fiancee, Kelsey Berreth. Investigators said his motive was custody of their young daughter. Nikki Battiste reports.
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Here comes ... Joe Biden?!?!?
It's popular -- particularly on Twitter! -- to blast former Vice President Joe Biden and declare his presidential hopes dead. And given his poor fundraising through the end of September and his, uh, middling debate performances, there are some real facts behind that perception.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, November 18, 2019
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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A San Diego man killed his wife, their kids, and himself one day after she took out a restraining order against him
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Union raises money to help U.S. diplomats pay impeachment legal bills
The union representing U.S. diplomats said on Monday it has raised tens of thousands of dollars in the last week alone to help defray the legal costs of foreign service officers who have testified in U.S. President Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry.
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Mötley Crüe reunites, literally blows up old contract promising not to tour
The making of their Netflix movie, “The Dirt,” brought them close again.
New York Post
Resurfaced video footage suggests the Houston Astros stole signs during the 2017 World Series
Andrew_Rotondi/Twitter Resurfaced videos from the 2017 World Series appear to show the work station in the Houston Astros' locker room tunnel that players and coaches used for stealing signs. According to reporting from The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal and Evan Drellich, Houston used an outfield camera to relay catcher signs screens near the dugout before banging on garbage cans to signal the pitch to Astros batters. The MLB is looking into claims regarding Houston's sign stealing, but it remains unclear whether or not the league has independently found evidence of cheating during the 2017 postseason in its investigation. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more. The Houston Astros have been under fire for using an outfield camera, computer screens, garbage cans, and baseball bats to steal signs throughout their World Series-winning 2017 MLB season. But until now, it was unclear whether or not the team's illicit activities extended into the postseason.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:Here's a breakdown of the damning videos that appear to show the Astros executing their elaborate sign-stealing scheme with the help of garbage cansFormer Astros pitcher says the team stole signs using an outfield camera and went 'above and beyond' to gain advantages in a new reportThe MLB released an emotional video tribute to NL Rookie of the Year Pete Alonso that calls back to his childhood
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John Glenn Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about John Glenn and learn more about the first American to orbit the Earth and former US senator (D-Ohio).
Politica
The most amazing medical breakthroughs of 2019
Richard Berry had tried nearly everything to fight his prostate cancer: surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. But after two years of treatment, his cancer had metastasized. The opportunity to participate in a clinical trial was his last hope. “I wasn’t ready to die,” Berry, 75, of Keene, NH, tells The Post. “I didn’t want to mess...
New York Post
Professor Who Is Corruption Expert Accused of Laundering $2.5 Million
The Florida professor was often quoted by journalists. Now he’s charged in a scheme to hide ill-gotten gains from Venezuela.
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Podcast: Jeannette Ng Was Right, John W. Campbell Was a Fascist
In my latest podcast (MP3), I read my new Locus column, "Jeannette Ng Was Right: John W. Campbell Was a Fascist,"which revisits Jeannette Ng's Campbell Awards speech from this summer's World Science Fiction convention. As far as I know, I'm the only person to have won both awards named for Campbell, which, I think, gives me license to speak on the subject. I think that Ng was absolutely right about Campbell and his legacy, and I think that understanding that the good that people do doesn't erase the harms they cause (and vice-versa) is critical to navigating a world of flawed people. Here’s the thing: neither one of those facets of Campbell cancels the other one out. Just as it’s not true that any amount of good deeds done for some people can repair the harms he visited on others, it’s also true that none of those harms can­cel out the kindnesses he did for the people he was kind to. Life is not a ledger. Your sins can’t be paid off through good deeds. Your good deeds are not cancelled by your sins. Your sins and your good deeds live alongside one another. They coexist in superposition. You (and I) can (and should) atone for our misdeeds. We can (and should) apologize for them to the people we’ve wronged. We should do those things, not because they will erase our misdeeds, but because the only thing worse than being really wrong is not learning to be better. Read the rest
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Sony patents shows what the PS5 controller might look like
A new patent filed with the Japanese Patent Office may have given us our first glimpse of the PS5’s controller. And, despite the console itself looking bizarre as heck in all its leaked images, these images of the controller that’d accompany it show something very familiar and not much different than what we have now. There’s no way of knowing for sure if this is the “Dualshock 5″ or whatever Sony intends to call their next-gen controller, of course. It could be a prototype for something meant for this generation, or just a basic concept the company’s patenting just in… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Sony
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Man charged after 5-year-old son brings cocaine to school
A Massachusetts man pleaded not guilty to drug possession and reckless child endangerment charges after his 5-year-old son brought cocaine to school.
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Judge Denies DNA Testing in Case of a Man Executed 13 Years Ago
Sedley Alley went to his death based on scant physical evidence and a confession he said had been coerced. His daughter wants to know if he really was guilty.
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Burger King sued over Impossible Whopper "contamination"
A self-described vegan has sued Burger King for allegedly misleading consumers by not informing consumers that its Impossible Whoppers are flame-broiled with the help of beef fat.
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