CERN
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Politico
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Publicly, they express a level of hope and certainty, what King calls the “huge, über euphoria” that’s going to rush over the country as soon as Trump swears the oath. King said he knows what’s coming: not just in Obamacare and the Mexican border wall. The changes are going to go deep into Americansspines, literally—“the confidence that Donald Trump exudes—they will be able to tell us by our walk.” Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said that he’s been up late at night since the election, brushing up on a wide range of policy issues that now seem up for grabs, trying to reconcile his own fiscal conservatism with Trump’s agenda. It’s not easy to come up with a conservative way to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure that would make him comfortable with what Trump’s floated as his first big goal, Meadows said. But Meadows insisted that people will be amazed at how much they’ll get done on repealing and replacing Obamacare, starting the border wall and sparking new job growth.
Bristol Post
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There may not have been any league points at stake, but, considering the disastrous run of recent form Bristol City have been on, the victory at Fleetwood Town on Wednesday night was massive.Massive not only for the fact that it broke a sequence of eight games without a victory seven of those matches ending in defeat but I think that it would have increased the pressure on the board of directors to consider Lee Johnson's position. His future seems to be a common thread running...
Bristol Post
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There may not have been any league points at stake, but, considering the disastrous run of recent form Bristol City have been on, the victory at Fleetwood Town on Wednesday night was massive.Massive not only for the fact that it broke a sequence of eight games without a victory seven of those matches ending in defeat but I think that it would have increased the pressure on the board of directors to consider Lee Johnson's position. His future seems to be a common thread running...
ABC News - South Australia
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Informed Comment
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Folks who understand that in radical electoral politics you have to demand what you want, not what somebody thinks you can get. The present parties' constant hitting people up for donations, or signatures on phony electronic petitions, is a pathetic substitute for organizing. We have to see ourselves as active, strong, purposeful, vociferous citizen members of a people’s political party one that we know needs drastic reform, but is nevertheless the only vehicle available to us for replacing the Republican regime . We have to swallow our well-founded reservations about that Party, and learn from scratch how to actually join, exercise membership, and work from within to rebuild and revitalize it even though the Party itself is not, so far, a membership organization, and whether the current Party leadership wants us as active members or not.
The Sun Daily - World News
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WASHINGTON: What words of wisdom does the leader of the free world have for the man replacing him? Letters that US presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush wrote on their last day in office touch on the unique burden of the role – but also the joy that comes from serving in the highest office. "Like me, you are especially fortunate to lead our country in a time of profound and largely positive change, when old questions, not just about the role of government, but about the very nature of our nation, must be answered anew," Clinton wrote to Bush on January 20, 2001, according to a copy of the handwritten letter that Bush's presidential library released to US media on Thursday. "The burdens you now shoulder are great but often exaggerated. The sheer joy of doing what you believe is right is inexpressible," he wrote, adding that "from this day you are President of all of us.
CNN
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Voice Of America
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The Sun Daily - Sport
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Washingtons Blog
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S. Secretary of ‘Defense’ all the more attractive to the members of the U.S. Congress. In my previous article, “Trump Team Targets Iran” , I documented that: All four of the persons selected by U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump for the top U.S. national-security posts are committed to replacing the outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama’s #1 military target, Russia, by a different #1 military target, Iran. Iran has long been the #1 military target in the view of Michael Flynn, the chosen Trump National Security Advisor; and of James Mattis, the chosen Trump Secretary of Defense; and of Dan Coats, the chosen Trump Director of National Intelligence; and of Mike Pompeo, the chosen CIA Director. So, although Trump’s appointees might be less neoconservative than the Senators, and less neoconservative than was Trump’s predecessor, Obama — and Trump is far less neoconservative than is Hillary ClintonTrump still could turn out to be a neoconservative President.
Plymouth Herald
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Two players have dominated the back pages this week as the January transfer window really pick ups its pace with Chelsea's Diego Costa and West Ham's Dimitri Payet both linked with moves away from the club.The two are popular picks for many FPL managers and replacing them would be a big decision. Here're some players you could consider to replace the two.What to do with Costa?Chelsea striker, Diego Costa stole the headlines during the week with rumours of a row with head coach, Antonio Conte...
CNN
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ITV
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The London Assembly is proposing scrapping the congestion charge altogether and replacing it with road charges all over London. Motorists could pay according to how much they drive and at what time. And a ban on personal package deliveries at work could also be on the cards.
The Huffington Post
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You cannot, without bankrupting insurers, prohibit preexisting condition exclusions and annual or lifetime spending caps without also mandating insurance purchases by individuals and large employers as ACA does. What, then, are would-be repealers to do? How are we to "replace" Obamacare quickly given the impossibility of keeping its popular features without also keeping its unpopular features? And how are we to "repeal" Obamacare quickly without also replacing it quickly? I have a simple proposal that offers a means of "having things both ways." Why not include in any repeal legislation a provision that entitles anyone losing Obamacare coverage immediately to enroll either in Medicare, or in the same federal employee insurance plan that likely will once again cover lawmakers and their staffs once they lose the Obamacare coverage they required for themselves? Do for ordinary repeal victims, in other words, what we'll be doing for Congress itself.
Mashable
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Facebook has changed the way we read our private messages. Again. In the latest update sure to stir up the user base even if it's just for a little while the social network appears to have ditched the old layout of its desktop website's inbox, replacing it with Facebook Messenger. SEE ALSO: It's now much harder to see if someone edited a Facebook post The move to Messenger, first spotted by TechCrunch , brings even greater uniformity to the overall Facebook user experience. Your inbox on Facebook.com is now identical to your inbox on the Facebook mobile app, the Messenger mobile app and the standalone Messenger website , complete with the chat-friendly options that come along with the service, like built-in emoji, sticker and GIF buttons, along with the more specialized commands, like payment and games. Read more... More about Update , Browser , Desktop , Messenger , and Tech
BBC Two England
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He didn't even look at it, did he? While they're replacing it, now, you see, there's where it is, nearly on the brown spot. Looked as if he could take it on. Wouldn't have left a great deal, but he had it replaced. Now, it's Neil Robertson's turn to be warned.
Auto Express Best Cars
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Goal
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The French and Dutchman remain key figures in the FCB changing room, but will soon have to hang up their boots
Proactive Investors USA
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M Pharmaceutical Inc (CNSX:MQ) is to strip all parabens from 40Js' products once it completes its acquisition. The company will use an exclusive license it is acquiring for a new paraben-free technology for the task. Parabens have been used in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products since the fifties to improve shelf life and prevent bacteria. “There is a growing concern with parabens, as they have been shown to disrupt hormone function, an effect that is linked to an increased risk of certain cancers and reproductive issues,” said Gary Thompson, M Pharma's chief executive. They were banned in the EU in 2012, but are still used in the US. “We are taking a two phase approach to maximizing this new proprietary technology for replacing parabens,” said Thompson. “Phase one will be to formulate all M Pharmaceutical products to include this new parabens free technology.
BBC One South East
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The much-needed repairs will cost of £1.7 million. The top section of the tower's been completed, including restoring the balustrade and the pinnacles, and replacing the tower roof. St Peter's is currently applying for funding to support the next phase of the project - cleaning and repairing the tower's stonework. Robin Gibson is at the Church.
Bit Tech Modding
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I wanted a Corsair K65 RGB. I also wanted Green switches. They don't make it, so I modded it!
Sky News
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Sky News
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