Derby Telegraph
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Former Derby County defender John Brayford WON'T feature for Burton Albion as they head to Pride Park Stadium tonight.Brayford, who played over 100 games for the Rams before joining Cardiff City, is struggling with a knee injury he sustained in the Brewers' 2-1 victory at Queens Park Rangers last month.The 29-year-old is on loan at Burton - the club with which he began his career - from Sheffield United. Brayford did go through some pre-match drills on the field ahead of Saturday's win over...
Politico
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“There seems to be growing evidence this was all coordinate to wait for a peak moment when Milo was red hot, coming off his Bill Maher appearance and they sat on this story and hold it for maximum political damage which is really sort of sickening which they would keep this from the public if they had it until they tried to wait until they could do the most damage to his career and to Breitbart…so it is a political war out there but the bottom line is the video speaks for itself and it says something very terrible. Technically Yiannopoulos' role with Breitbart is as technology editor. But functionally, Yiannopoulos isn't working as a typical editor might. While he suggests stories, multiple sources have said Yiannopoulos is mostly a columnist. Losing him, Breitbart sources say, wouldn't affect how the site runs day to day. But Yiannopoulos is an important figure in Breitbart’s brand and image.
BBC News 24
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Businesses are paying more tax and better performance for the economy into the government gets more income and that is why you are seeing this larger surplus. Philip Hammond is a different Chancellor from George Osborne. I think he knows, or beliefs, but his biggest test will be balancing the books, getting rid of the deficit during the next Parliament and I don't think he is the kind of Chancellor he will come out with a spending spree on any career.
BBC News 24
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.. Never failed to reach the semifinals in his managerial career. Gold cup favourite Thistlecrack will not race again this season. The King George winner tore a tendon and will miss the Cheltenham Festival. I will be back with more on those stories shortly.
The Event Chronicle
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Why would Trump select someone who clearly has ties to the elite, hedge funds, and Goldman Sachs, all of which he claims to oppose? Why Steven Mnuchin Is a Strange Choice for Trump After graduating from Yale University, Steven Mnuchin began his business career at Salomon Brothers in the early 1980s and then started working for Goldman Sachs in 1985. Prior to the election, Trump had criticized his Republican competitor Ted Cruz for his connections to Wall Street and because his wife had worked for Goldman Sachs. Trump went so far as to call out both Cruz and Hillary Clinton for their connections to Wall Street in one debate, stating that the guys at Goldman Sachs have “total control” over them. And he wasnt lying; Hillary was scrutinized for her paid speeches to Goldman Sachs, which you can read about here . Interestingly enough, Hillary considered a high-ranking Goldman Sachs banker, Gary Gensler, for the position of Treasury Secretary, the same position Trump selected Mnuchin for.
Global News
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Bleacher Report
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Real Madrid 's transfers over the past few seasons have been generally impressive, with the likes of Alvaro Morata, Mateo Kovacic and Toni Kroos all proving excellent additions to the squad or even the starting XI. Like every side in world football, however, there are on occasion signings made which promise muchyet deliver absolutely nothing positive or close to it. No club wants to see money squandered, and no fans want to see their players fail, but sometimes it simply doesn't work out as expected. Taking into account transfers all the way back to 1995, we've compiled an XI of Real Madrid signings whose performances and time at the club was way below the expected return; financial investment is a factor in deciding which players get picked, but it's not the only factor. Previous career history, the excitement or expectation around a player and the role they were expected to fillperhaps even did begin to fillis all accounted for too.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest's last promotion to the Premier League nearly 20 years ago was an occasion cherished by players and fans alike. For Alan Rogers, the day was arguably the greatest in a football career that spanned more than ten years and the medal he won on that day holds so many fond memories. Having been locked in a safe for a decade, Rogers is preparing to auction the Division One winners medal off in aid of an 11 year-old boy battling leukaemia. For most children, one bout of the...
TIME - Top Stories
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Tom Hanks, Oscar-winner, director, and all-around beloved person , has played countless characters throughout his career but now, hes creating his own. Hanks will publish his debut collection of short stories with Alfred A. Knopf, EW can announce exclusively. The actor will also narrate the audiobook, forthcoming from Random House Audio. Titled Uncommon Type: Some Stories, the collection comprises 17 stories, each having something to do with a different typewriter. (Hanks has an affinity for the machines, owning a collection of over one hundred vintage typewriters.) But outside of that particular shared detail, the plots and characters vary wildly: Theres a man immigrating to New York City after fleeing a civil war in his country; a person who becomes an ESPN star after bowling a string of perfect games; a billionaire and his assistant on a hunt for something larger; and an actor enduring a life of press junkets.
BBC News 24
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When Shaw was seen on television in the second half eating a pasty. Manchester City face Monaco tonight in the first leg of their last 16 Champions League tie. Pep Guardiola has never failed to reach the semifinals in his managerial career. And gold cup favourite Thistle crack and not race again this season.
MintPress News
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TIME - Top Stories
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The other group went about their usual routines. After a little over a year, the researchers checked in with the two groups and found that people who took part in the weight loss maintenance program regained about 1.5 pounds, and the people who did not partake in the program gained back an average of 5 lbs. I hope that people will take away that maintenance of weight loss requires effort and skills that must be practiced and engaged over time, said study author Corrine Voils , a research career scientist at William S. Middleton Veterans Memorial Hospital in an email to TIME. Voils and her fellow authors conclude that having a maintenance component to weight loss programs can lead to more sustained weight loss over the long term.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest's last promotion to the Premier League nearly 20 years ago was an occasion cherished by players and fans alike. For Alan Rogers, the day was arguably the greatest in a football career that spanned more than ten years and the medal he won on that day holds so many fond memories. Having been locked in a safe for a decade, Rogers is preparing to auction the Division One winners medal off in aid of an 11 year-old boy battling leukaemia. For most children, one bout of the...
Washington Free Beacon
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Forbes
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In porn, your past career is never dead. It's not even past.
Bleacher Report
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He manages to see what others don't. Tite, 55, also weighed into the ongoing debate over who is the better player between Messi and Ronaldo. He was diplomatic in his response, insisting both are different players, but he did marvel at the prospect of them playing for the same team, per AS : " They're different stylesone is a scoring striker, finisher. The other is playful, creative and magical. The two on the same team would have destroyed rivals." Messi has won everything there is to win with Barcelona at club level but his international career has been plagued by disappointment. Since winning an Olympic gold medal with the Albiceleste back in 2008 he has endured final defeats at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the 2015 and 2016 Copa Americas. He retired from international duty following the second successive Copa final defeat on penalties to Chile back in June 2016 but reversed his decision less than two months later, per BBC Sport .
MintPress News
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The Huffington Post
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'How much constraint are we willing to exercise, in order to facilitate the life of generations to come? Opinions differ hugely.' Lord Martin Reesrlach : What, then, is your motivation as a scientist? Rees : I feel I am very privileged to have consistently, over a career of nearly 40 years now, played part in debates on topics that I think are writing the history of science in this period. As we make great, collective, scientific progress, we are able to confront new mysteries, which we couldnt even have addressed in the past. Many of the questions that were being addressed when I was young have now been solved. Pressing questions couldnt even have been posed back then. Of course the science I do is very remote from any application, but its of great fascination and a very wide audience is interested in these questions.
OK!
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Coleen Rooney went indoor skydiving at iFLY [iFLY] But it seems the career move was far from her mind as she took a trip to iFly with her family over the weekend. The mum of three looked slightly nervous as she tried her hand at indoor skydiving with the help of instructors. Wearing a blue jumpsuit, the 30 year old kept a straight face as she concentrated on falling with grace. Keeping her long hair tucked under a red helmet, the presenter spread her arms out ...
France 24
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Last season was one of the most brilliant of his career. Two uncharacteristic slips at the start of this season -- against Lyon with Juventus and Spain with the national side -- were quickly overshadowed by several top class performances. His mind remains sharp and his hands as hard as the marble of his hometown Carrara, with no sign of weariness as he targets a first Champions League title and a final World Cup in 2018 in Russia. By contrast Casillas has fared less well. The man dubbed 'San Iker' lost his place in the national side and had to leave Real Madrid for Porto after 25 years. His first season in Portugal in 2015 was complicated, with what he termed "some blunders". "Maybe I didn't reach the level I wanted last year, I didn't feel completely comfortable," Casillas said in an interview with UEFA.com. But the three-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid has regained his spark this season basking in glory as he oversees the most solid defence in Europe with just 11 goals conceded.
The Week
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But with Jesus out for the rest of the season after breaking a bone in his foot, Aguero could be given a reprieve, although his place in the starting XI is by no means certain, says Al Hain-Cole of Goal.com . Guardiola clearly prefers playing a "fluid front three", he says, and that doesn't suit Aguero. "Should the former Bayern Munich boss choose to go down this route and leave Aguero on the bench yet again, then Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane or Nolito could prove effective options to play in the false nine role." If he were left out of such a big game it would surely signal the beginning of the end of his City career. Against that backdrop, Hain-Cole believes the Monaco strikers could be a better bet when it comes to finding the net. Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim has seen his side score 76 goals in 24 Ligue 1 fixtures this season, "the best goals to game ratio in Europe's top five leagues".
Forbes
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Ready to level up in your career? These 5 steps will set you up for success in securing that raise or promotion this year.
Petrolicious
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So, I get my kicks for speed up there because on the roads it's not so sensible. Living along the northern 64th parallel, it’s amusing if not a tad coincidental that he pilots a 964 when not charting commercial flight paths. Sheer ground speed isnt what Peter is all about, but neither is his modern classic Carrera. “It's not about driving fast. You know, if you can drive a car that lies well on the road, feels good, sounds great, it's a good thing.” With worn leather driving gloves fixed to the four-spoke yaw-controlling helm, right hand dancing with cogs through a well-used shifter stalk, Peter seamlessly stitches his driving passion with the age-old “pilots drive Porschesadage. “Of course, I didn't know that during my career I would get a job in Iceland. As it is for now, I've been with Icelandair for 18 years and, yeah, I always look forward to going to the job. The perfect end of the day is to go for a drive… in a Porsche.” Drive Tastefully®
Daily Express - Entertainment
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DEPECHE MODE will make a triumphant live return to Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom for the first time in more than 30 years to play a career-spanning set for Radio 6 Music Festival.