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A coalition of the decent can stop Theresa May bringing back foxhunting

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Since the sudden announcement in April of a general election, people have asked me what I plan to do with the Common Decency campaign I conducted during the 2015 election. This is my answer.

At the last election I led …

Massive rookie tight end Adam Shaheen hungry as a Bear

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Photos of Bears rookie tight end Adam Shaheen.

In case you were wondering, yes, Adam Shaheen did find the local Chipotle before he started rookie minicamp at Halas Hall last week. In fact, the Bears tight end serendipitously discovered the …

Jimmy Fallon Seems Okay With Broadcasting Fluff: ‘I Don’t Want to Be Bullied Into Not Being Me’

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In a profile of Jimmy Fallon published today in the New York Times, The Tonight Show host addresses why his comedy has been more apolitical than his peers Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers.

Things apparently aren’t going so well over …

Flynn never spoke to Trump about ending investigations, sources close to former adviser say

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Michael Flynn never asked President Trump to interfere or block federal probes, according to people close to the former national security adviser.

“Flynn never spoke to the president about trying to end or influence any ongoing government investigations of him,” …

‘You won’t have to sell your home to pay for care’: Theresa May promises EVERYONE can defer care bills until after death – but winter fuel benefit will be axed for MILLIONS to foot the bill

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Theresa May will today promise the elderly they will not have to sell their homes to pay for care.

Launching the Conservative Party manifesto, the Prime Minister will say she wants to end the heartache suffered by thousands of families …

Woman’s weight suddenly bothers sick friend

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Dear Amy: I am a woman, worried about a close personal (male) friend that I have known for more than 10 years.

We have been colleagues and also socialize outside of work. I consider him a mentor. He is married …

Analysis offers ammunition for advocates of bike commuting

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Not even 3 percent.

That’s the stat used by those who object to adding bike lanes to Seattle’s crowded streets, which necessarily means fewer parking spaces and less roadway for cars.

Only 2.9 percent of workers in center-city Seattle typically …

Preview: ‘Arms’ is another unique Nintendo take to a fighting game

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Preview: ‘Arms’ is another unique Nintendo take to a fighting game

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When Nintendo unveiled the Switch, one of the more intriguing titles was “Arms.” It’s …

Mariah Carey Relationships And Career: Star Rumored To Be New X Factor Judge And Back With Cannon

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Mariah Carey has experienced quite an interesting year so far. Her 2016 ended with a broken engagement after being dumped by her billionaire beau James Packer, then swiftly moved on to her boy-toy back up dancer Bryan Tanaka. The new …

Chinese Jets Flew Dangerously Close During Intercept, U.S. Says

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BEIJING — Two Chinese fighter jets flew too fast and too close to an American military aircraft patrolling the East China Sea, prompting a formal protest to the Chinese government, the United States Air Force said on Friday.

The incident …

Are these Canadians more Scottish than Scots?

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Zion Harvey, the first child to undergo a double hand transplant, can now manage an array of dexterous tasks, from swinging a baseball bat to holding a whisk upright.

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International rugby ref Nigel Owens says his struggle with bulimia isn't over.

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