• Brady stout for Patriots in first preseason action
  • Michael Cohen reportedly balked at paying off Stormy Daniels until the 'Access Hollywood' tape was released – and that could cut through his and Trump's defense
  • CPL 2018: In record-matching sixes feast, Trinbago Knight Riders trump St Lucia Stars
  • Child's Play 2 Star Rages Against Chucky Remake, and She's Right
  • Nasir Jamshed banned for ten years on corruption charges

Brady stout for Patriots in first preseason action

12:09 AM ET FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The NFL’s reigning Most Valuable Player picked up where he left off, as Mark Bavaro, who was Patriots coach Bill Belichick’s measuring stick for blocking at the tight end position, said that Gronk would excel in any era. In all, Brady led six drives, the first of which culminated in a 4-yard touchdown pass to receiver Chris Hogan. Brady was 5-for-5 on the opening…

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Michael Cohen reportedly balked at paying off Stormy Daniels until the 'Access Hollywood' tape was released – and that could cut through his and Trump's defense

Richard Drew/APMichael Cohen. President Donald Trump’s former longtime lawyer Michael Cohen reportedly balked at the idea of paying off porn star Stormy Daniels prior to the release of the “Access Hollywood” tape in October 2016. That could hurt his argument that the payment was made to prevent Trump’s family from embarrassment and not to assist his presidential campaign. President Donald Trump’s former longtime lawyer Michael Cohen reportedly balked at the…

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CPL 2018: In record-matching sixes feast, Trinbago Knight Riders trump St Lucia Stars

By: Sports Desk | Published: August 17, 2018 11:56:49 am Darren Bravo and Brendon McCullum stitched together 137 runs to take Trinbago to the win over St Lucia. (Source: CPL Twitter) Related News Caribbean Premier League: St Lucia Stars, Barbados Tridents pick Jaskaran Malhotra, Sunny SohalVidhan Sabha; CLP wants to discuss Punjab farmers’ plightShah Rukh Khan’s Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel crowned CPL T20 2015 champions In a match that…

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Child's Play 2 Star Rages Against Chucky Remake, and She's Right

Child’s Play creator Dan Mancini is currently planning an eighth movie as well as a TV series, but MGM has decided to reboot the franchise without Mancini’s involvement. The move to reboot without the original creator is not uncommon, but this decision has angered the horror community in a major way. Franchise star Chucky, the murderous doll who is possessed by a serial killer, is an icon in the world…

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Nasir Jamshed banned for ten years on corruption charges

shares Nasir Jamshed failed again, this time falling for 4 © AFP Pakistan batsman Nasir Jamshed has been banned for ten years after an independent anti-corruption tribunal found him guilty of five breaches of the PCB’s anti-corruption code. In a short verdict, the three-man tribunal ruled on Monday that apart from suspension from any level of cricket, a player found to be in breach of the anti-corruption code should also…

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Turkey default risk real, may hit emerging markets hard: Russell Napier

NEW DELHI: Turkey could be at a risk of a major default, as it is sitting on very high foreign currency debt, said Russell Napier, Independent Investment Strategist & Co-Founder of ERIC. In an interview with Tanvir Gill of ETNow, Napier said India’s macros are better than other emerging markets and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in a strong position. He said Modi has built incredible credentials for his government….

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Sacked Cricket Australia staffer Angela Williamson to approach Federal Court

2:07 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Angela Williamson, the former Cricket Australia (CA) employee sacked over her tweets criticizing the Tasmanian government’s abortion policies, has rejected an alternative job offer from the board, and is set to fight her case in the Federal Court. On Friday, Williamson argued before the Fair Work Commission, in a conciliatory hearing with CA, that she had been unfairly sacked over a political opinion. The two…

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The Rohingya lists: refugees compile their own record of those killed in Myanmar

By: Reuters | Bangladesh | Published: August 17, 2018 11:34:20 am Mohib Bullah, a member of Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights, writes after collecting data about victims of a military crackdown in Myanmar, at Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, April 21, 2018. (Reuters/Mohammad Ponir Hossain) M ohib Bullah is not your typical human rights investigator. He chews betel and he lives in a rickety hut made…

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Turkish lira weakens to 5.86, US warns of more sanctions

By: Reuters | Istanbul | Published: August 17, 2018 11:27:32 am The lira has weakened 35 percent against the dollar this year. (Reuters/File Photo) The Turkish lira weakened to 5.86 against the dollar on Friday from its previous close of 5.8150 as investors weighed up a US warning that Turkey should expect more economic sanctions unless it hands over detained American pastor Andrew Brunson. The lira has weakened 35 percent…

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