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It's keeping the team together that has got these results. Right at start of New Zealand series we looked at the entire season. Shaun Marsh should probably come in for Matt Renshaw, who has been terrific in the first four Tests of his career, but batting on the subcontinent is an altogether different challenge.
  • Trump announces Alexander Acosta as labor secretary pick

    Trump announces Alexander Acosta as labor secretary pick

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    Trump has announced that he's chosen R. Alexander Acosta , a law school dean and clerked for a current Supreme Court justice, to lead the department. But he did not pay the related taxes until after Trump nominated him on December 9. "We're going to find the leakers, and they're going to pay a big price", he said at a meeting with congressional leaders.
  • UK's May vows strong post-Brexit ties with France

    UK's May vows strong post-Brexit ties with France

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    However Mr Blair's proposals received some support from the Liberal Democrats, including leader Tim Farron who said " Tony Blair is right", and that the "challenge now is to persuade people to change their mind". During his speech he accused a debilitated Labour party of being "the facilitator of Brexit ", claiming the "the absence of an Opposition which looks capable on the polls of beating the Government" would lead to hard Brexit .
  • New Homeland Security guidelines aggressively crack down on illegal immigration

    New Homeland Security guidelines aggressively crack down on illegal immigration

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    US President Donald Trump is preparing a "streamlined" version of the travel ban that will allow people holding green cards or those already flying on planes to enter the country. US homeland security officials denied entry to least 141 people in the week after Trump issued his executive order, according to a federal court document filed last week.
  • Gambia's new president faces inauguration as nation cheers

    Gambia's new president faces inauguration as nation cheers

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    Barrow's inauguration coincided with the 52nd Independence Anniversary of the West African Country. Gambia's new president is set to be inaugurated today as this tiny West African nation celebrates wider freedoms after a tense political standoff with its former leader.
  • 'Jane Roe' Of Historic Abortion Decision Dead At 69

    'Jane Roe' Of Historic Abortion Decision Dead At 69

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    She died at the age of 69 on February 18, 2017, in an assisted living facility, according to NPR . After the court's ruling, McCorvey lived quietly for several years before revealing herself as Jane Roe in the 1980s. Using the pseudonym Jane Roe , the two filed suit against Henry Wade, the Dallas County district attorney who was responsible for enforcing the Texas abortion ban where McCorvey lived.
  • Egypt's 'Blind Sheikh' dies in prison in the US

    Egypt's 'Blind Sheikh' dies in prison in the US

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    The man who plotted the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center has died. Abdel-Rahman was also popular on the mosque speaking circuit in NY and New Jersey. USA authorities blamed a computer error for the visa, but the mistake was compounded in 1991 when Abdel-Rahman was given a green card and permanent US resident status.
  • Judge orders $250000 bail for Amtrak officer

    Judge orders $250000 bail for Amtrak officer

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    February 16-The Minneapolis man shot last week by an Amtrak police officer in downtown Chicago has died, a lawyer for the family said. According to his relatives, the transit officer fired at Robertson as he ran during an encounter. Chicago police say they found cash and narcotics on Robertson, but no weapon. Fahy said in court that Tankson fired after Robertson made a motion as if he was pulling a gun.
  • Donald Trump's National security adviser quits over links with Russian Federation

    Donald Trump's National security adviser quits over links with Russian Federation

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    Flynn is said to have given " incomplete information" ro the white house officials about his discussions with the Russian ambassador over U.S. sanctions against Moscow. Asked to confirm that "the sanctions that Flynn was discussing were the sanctions for the election hacking", Spicer replied, "Right". "@foxandfriends is great!" he wrote in one tweet .
  • Fire evacuation order lifted after brush fire burns through 2K acres

    Fire evacuation order lifted after brush fire burns through 2K acres

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    The Polk County Fire Chief said about 800 homes have been evacuated, according to WFTV's ABC affiliate in Tampa. Strong winds stoked the fires and heavy smoke shut down several roads. I can replace that stuff but I can't replace myself'. SR-60 is back open and County Road 630 is expected to open later Thursday morning. Brush fires have also sparked in Brevard, Flagler and Seminole counties.
  • Ivanka Trump's brand removed from stores is viewed as a political statement

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    Baio is an outspoken advocate of the Trump administration, as well as having supported President Donald Trump's campaign for the White House during the Republican National Convention, according to The Washington Post . But, while many brands have traditionally been loathe to take a stand, out of fear of alienating customers, a political stance is emerging as helpful, according to pubic affairs firm Global Strategy Group.
  • Coast Guard Tracking Russian Spy Ship Near US Navy Base

    Coast Guard Tracking Russian Spy Ship Near US Navy Base

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    Courtney said the vessel was later spotted about 30 miles from the submarine base in Groton, Connecticut . The ship's sighting comes just after a Trump administration official said Tuesday that Russian Federation had deployed a cruise missile in violation of a Cold War-era arms control treaty.