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After the heartbreaking phone call during which doctors told her that her cancer had metastasized, Bland wrote, "I scooped [Freddie] up and dashed home and then had to break [husband] Steve's heart with the news that my cancer was now metastatic and therefore incurable".
  • Colin Kaepernick’s Nike campaign faces opposition

    Colin Kaepernick’s Nike campaign faces opposition

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    Dozens of other National Football League players, as well as numerous other athletes across America, ultimately joined him. Nike's decision to feature Kaepernick has drawn strong criticism from customers, who took to social media to post videos of them burning and cutting up their Nike attire.
  • 'Unhinged' Trump loses temper, claims Woodward book

    'Unhinged' Trump loses temper, claims Woodward book

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    Dowd issued a statement Tuesday claiming he had been misquoted by Woodward and challenging Woodward's account of a January 2018 mock interview of the president by his legal team meant to determine whether Trump could be trusted to testify before special counsel Robert Mueller .
  • Protests disrupt Senate hearing for Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

    Protests disrupt Senate hearing for Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

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    Republicans are expected to try to paint the nominee as an independent thinker and a principled jurist. U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a "Make America Great Again" rally in Evansville, Indiana, Aug. "I put out my hand and I said: 'My name is Fred Guttenberg , father of Jaime Guttenberg, who was murdered in Parkland, ' and he walked away", Guttenberg said in an interview with the Guardian.
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Welcome New Dog With Adorable Name

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Welcome New Dog With Adorable Name

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    The Duke of Sussex was left dangling by the end of his tie when he met an inquisitive youngster during an awards ceremony recognising children with severe illnesses. They also added a new member to their family: a black Labrador dog ! The Daily Mail reported that Oz is happily settled in with the couple, and it will divide its time between the palace and their country home in the Cotswolds.
  • Jon Kyl appointed to replace the late Sen. John McCain

    Jon Kyl appointed to replace the late Sen. John McCain

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    The victor there will serve the remainder of McCain's term, until the 2022 election. Kyl, 76, served alongside McCain in the Senate for almost two decades and rose to the No. The Arizona Republic first reported the pick, and suggested that he may only serve in the seat through December, a highly unusual move. McCain's widow, Cindy, often floated as a possible replacement, tweeted her support for Kyl Tuesday.
  • Trump says Nike is sending 'terrible message'

    Trump says Nike is sending 'terrible message'

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    There have been those that have been unhappy with the many players that have made a decision to silent protest during the National Anthem with the notion that it is disrespecting the flag and the country. Rodgers also said that racial injustice, one of the issues Kaepernick has cited for his activism, is "a real thing my black teammates have to deal with".
  • Kevin Spacey, Steven Seagal won't be prosecuted for alleged sex assaults

    Kevin Spacey, Steven Seagal won't be prosecuted for alleged sex assaults

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    He has largely retreated from public view since the allegations became public, and he was sacked from the hit Netflix series " House of Cards ". The nature and origin of the accusation were not disclosed. After Rapp made his allegation, Spacey issued a statement saying he did not remember the encounter but apologised for "deeply inappropriate drunken behaviour".
  • Cosby Show actor responds to viral photo of his Trader Joe's job

    Cosby Show actor responds to viral photo of his Trader Joe's job

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    Richert, 40, took to Twitter on Tuesday to explain he now works as a janitor, maintenance man, and carpenter, highlighting how hard it is for actors to get regular work. Appearing on Good Morning America on September 4, the actor explained his initial reaction to the leaked photos . Owens said he started work at Trader Joe's because, after teaching acting and directing for more than 30 years, it "got to a point where it just didn't add up" - and the grocery store offered flexibility.
  • Nike shares drop amid calls for a boycott after Colin Kaepernick deal

    Nike shares drop amid calls for a boycott after Colin Kaepernick deal

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    Within hours of the ad's big reveal showing an intense black and white shot of Kaepernick over which are superimposed the words, "Believe in something". "We are calling on all our member officers, their families and friends to join in boycotting all Nike products". "This has been their strength". Kaepernick has been endorsed by Nike since 2011 , though the company has, until now, stayed quiet about his history of protest.
  • New Yorker drops Steve Bannon from festival after outcry

    New Yorker drops Steve Bannon from festival after outcry

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    Sally Yates, Trump's ousted deputy attorney general, actresses Emily Blunt and Maggie Gyllenhaal, and a number of musicians, including Kelela and Miguel , are scheduled to speak at the three-day festival, but some participants said they would walk if Bannon appeared.
  • Henry Cavill will star in Netflix's The Witcher series

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    Meanwhile, series showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich has welcomed Cavill "to the #Witcher family" while describing how he was her first meeting. Fate brings him together with a powerful sorceress and a princess harboring a secret, and they must confront a unsafe world together.
  • Roger Federer upset by little-known John Millman at U.S. Open

    Roger Federer upset by little-known John Millman at U.S. Open

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    Maybe when you feel like that, as well, you start missing chances, and I had those. He reminds me of David Ferrer and those other guys that I admire a lot when I see them, when I see how they train, the passion they have for the game. Through his opening-round matches, Djokovic and his play both suffered under a blazing sun and with temperatures nudging 32 degrees Celsius, the extreme conditions took a toll on 31-year-old Serb.
  • Djokovic gets through on hot day; Federer next at US Open

    Djokovic gets through on hot day; Federer next at US Open

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    Djokovic, who also struggled with the heat in his first-round victory against Marton Fucsovics, was not at his best but will now face Federer if the world No 2 defeats John Millman in Monday's night match. 6 seed Djokovic. Start with this: Federer held two set points while serving for the second at 5-4, 40-15 and did not pull through; he had a set point in the third at 6-5 in the tiebreaker, but again was stymied.
  • Roxanne Pallett admits that she

    Roxanne Pallett admits that she "got it wrong" over punch accusation

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    In fact it's been the hardest thing I've ever had to do, to come here today. "To everyone that knows her and knows the real her and the lies and the stories she has spun for several years it is so frustrating to watch. Trying to damage my brother's reputation over what was blatantly some harmless play fighting. However despite her distress at watching Ryan break down on television Lucy said that she doesn't wish any harm to Roxanne.
  • CNN pulls episodes starring Asia Argento from ‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’

    CNN pulls episodes starring Asia Argento from ‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’

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    Earlier this week, the actress was sacked from X Factor Italy , and now CNN has followed suit, pulling any episode she was involved in with Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown . "To fall in love with Asia is one thing". It recently came to light that Argento allowed Bourdain to pay $380,000 to actor Jimmy Bennett after the he sought legal action against the actress for an alleged sexual encounter that took place when he was 17 and she was 37.
  • Watford down Spurs to maintain 100 per cent record

    Watford down Spurs to maintain 100 per cent record

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    When you want to win and show you are a contender you can not say we are going to play football for five minutes and in the second half we are going to win". "Manchester City last season , Chelsea the season before - they all concede chances like this, but if you are going to win, you need to defend well".
  • Vettel: He didn't leave me any space

    Vettel: He didn't leave me any space

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    Lewis Hamilton survived first-lap contact with Formula 1 title rival Sebastian Vettel to win the Italian Grand Prix by passing the other Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen late on. "It wasn't an easy race for me today", he admitted. It's pretty much the same move that Kimi did to me (after a restart following a safety auto period triggered by the incident).
  • Aretha Franklin funeral bishop apologises to Ariana Grande after touch

    Aretha Franklin funeral bishop apologises to Ariana Grande after touch

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    Franklin, long ago dubbed the Queen of Soul, died August 16 at age 76 after a long bout with pancreatic cancer. According to TMZ, Gladys had discussed it with the legendary singer the last time they spoke to each other. Al Sharpton , who said: "She represented the best in our community and she fought for our community until the end". In an interview with ET earlier this week, Knight reflected on her and Franklin's similar rise to fame.
  • Mauricio Pochettino issues Tottenham Hotspur warning ahead of Watford clash

    Mauricio Pochettino issues Tottenham Hotspur warning ahead of Watford clash

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    Watford are dismissed as relegation fodder at the beginning of most campaigns, but they seem to relish this status as they have once again started the season in great shape. They have waved away such speculation with three wins from three, including last Monday's impressive 3-0 win at Old Trafford. But when you watch the game, it was very thin, the line to be positive or negative.
  • Steven Gerrard Old Firm reaction: Rangers were done by a refereeing decision

    Steven Gerrard Old Firm reaction: Rangers were done by a refereeing decision

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    Gerrard, however, said post-match that he heard the fourth official tell the referee it was a 'foul'. And that would be all it required for Celtic to see off their rivals and move back to second in the Scottish Premiership. "The scoreline doesn't really reflect our dominance", Rodgers said. Gerrard also reserved some praise for his players, adding: "This team have given me every bit of sweat, blood and tears and in this first 12-14 weeks we have been together, I have asked major ...