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McDaniels speaks after reporter shows up at house

New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has kept a low profile since jilting the Indianapolis Colts for their vacant heading coaching position earlier this week. McDaniels, however, found himself in the midst of an impromptu interview after an NBC10 Boston-area reporter knocked on the front door of his Westwood …

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After Rough Day on Wall Street, World Follows Slump

Chinese stocks were among the biggest casualties in a broad sell-off across Asia on Friday. It was a stunning reversal for Chinese shares, which investors had been snapping up only days before. After the rout in the United States on Thursday, both the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index and the …

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NI parties to meet in efforts to restore power-sharing

Northern Ireland Secretary of State Karen Bradley and Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney are due to meet the five main Stormont parties this afternoon as efforts continue to restore a power-sharing coalition. Gerry Adams is in Belfast for the discussions on his final day before stepping down as Sinn …

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Who are the IS fighters nicknamed 'The Beatles'?

The capture of two British men in Syria means all four of the IS fighters in a notorious group nicknamed ‘The Beatles’ are now accounted for. American officials revealed on Thursday Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh had been detained by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, following the death of …

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Uber settles lawsuit with Waymo

Uber has agreed to settle the lawsuit brought against it by Waymo for theft of some of the company’s trade secrets. As part of the settlement Uber has agreed to work with Waymo to ensure that the company’s LIDAR and software represents just the work of Waymo engineers. The agreement …

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