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On a day when four out of four underdogs at this end of the state won regional baseball games on the road, surely no team enjoyed the accomplishment more than the John Battle Trojans.
Cnet
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Both drives are slated to ship later this year with up to 2 terabytes of storage space.
The Washington Times - Hockey
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The Washington Times - Hockey
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The government of Russia has expressed skepticism that the communist regime controlling Cuba would be able to afford oil shipments from its former patron to replace the free shipments from Venezuela that have largely ended as that nation descends into socialism-driven poverty and chaos.
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On the show floor at Computex 2017, Netherlands design firm Allocacoc had some weird and wonderful things on display
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England captain Eoin Morgan remained in upbeat mood heading into the Champions Trophy despite a seven-wicket defeat by South Africa at Lords on Monday. The hosts collapsed to 20 for six the first time any side had lost six wickets in the first five overs of a one-day international after being sent into bat in overcast conditions and on a green-tinged pitch at the home of cricket. South Africas pacemen duly cashed in, with Kagiso Rabada (four for 39 in...
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Phil Jaques has stepped down as coach of Queensland to return home to Sydney, where he will take up a position as batting coach of New South Wales
The Iran Project
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The Washington Times - Baseball
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - As an irate Bryce Harper charged toward the mound , Buster Posey just stood and watched from behind home plate. And when the Washington Nationals and San Francisco Giants cleared their benches Monday and punches flew both ways, the All-Star catcher did his best to remain ...
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That’s why two Simon Fraser University students have created OpenSpot, an app that, like Airbnb, connects people who own a parking spot with drivers looking for a place to park their car.
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Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins renewed their rivalry Monday night on Raw, and it was Reigns who prevailed during the build toward Extreme Rules. Both stars traded heavy blows and big moves. Rollins did a great job of avoiding the Spear for much of the match, but eventually Reigns connected for the win. WWE Universe showed Reigns raising his arms in victory as Raw drew to a close: Both Sirius XM Radio's Sam Roberts and Bleacher Report's Kevin Berge enjoyed the match: It was announced two weeks ago on Raw that Rollins, Reigns, Finn Balor, Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe would do battle in a Fatal 5-Way at Extreme Rules with the winner going on to face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at Great Balls of Fire. Rollins and Reigns teamed up last week to face Wyatt and Joe in the tag team main event of Raw, but the former Shield brethren came out on the losing end when The Samoan Submission Machine made the King Slayer pass out in the Coquina Clutch.
Daily Express
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DONALD Trump is the victim of a conspiracy against his Presidency which is illustrated by the extraordinary number of leaks flowing out of the White House, top White House staffers have claimed.
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Officials across the Philippines are expressing confidence that they'll quickly get back ahold of the southern city of Marawi, which was overrun by ISIS forces last week. Gen. Eduardo Ano, the military chief of staff, has mocked the forces in Marawi as weak, saying they aren't a serious threat and the slow rate of taking the city back was to keep civilian casualties down. The heavy fighting began long before this past week in Marawi, however, and that is raising a lot of concerns that this is ISIS gaining a real foothold in the Southern Philippines , were a substantial Muslim population with a history of grievances is being targeted for recruitment. President Duterte has declared martial law across the nation's south, and the fighting in Marawi, which has turned a city of 200,000 people into a war-torn ghost town, is feared by many to be just the first volley in a new, escalated stage of insurgency.
The Sun Daily - Sport
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LONDON: Seamers Kagiso Rabada and Wayne Parnell wreaked early havoc to set the platform for an easy South African victory in the third and final one-day International against England at Lords’ on Monday. South Africa won by seven wickets but lost the series after defeat in the first two games as both countries prepared for the start of the Champions Trophy this week. Rabada and Parnell decimated the English top order in the opening five overs and rendered the contest effectively over with England teetering at 20 for six. It was the first time six wickets had been taken inside the opening five overs of an ODI. England, who rested Ben Stokes and made four other changes after Saturday’s narrow victory in Southampton, were eventually dismissed for 153 after 31 overs to which the South Africans replied with 156 for three. Hashim Amla scored 55 before being bowled by debutant Toby Roland-Jones and Quinton de Kock (34) fell in the next over to Jake Ball.
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LONDON: Sebastian Vettel has won plenty of races in his career, some more emotional than others, but the German's one-two victory in Monaco was of special significance for Ferrari fans starved of success in recent years. The last time the Italian team won in the Mediterranean principality was 16 years ago - in 2001 with Vettel's compatriot Michael Schumacher leading a one-two. Schumacher, the eventual seven-times world champion, ended a similar 16-year Ferrari drought in Monaco in 1997 with a victory that followed fan favourite Gilles Villeneuve's 1981 triumph. Villeneuve, Schumacher, Vettel. The roll call is spine-tingling but results are what really matter and a quick comparison of Schumacher's first six races of 2001 and Vettel's current performance will really get the heart racing at Maranello. Schumacher - who ended the season with his fourth title - won the opener in Australia that year, as did Vettel this.
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