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Three people gored on first day of Spanish bull-running festival

PAMPLONA, Spain (Reuters) — Three people were gored and a further two people suffered head.

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Raptors president Ujiri confident team can sign Leonard

TORONTO (Reuters) — Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri said Tuesday he has met with Kawhi.

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Switzerland gov’t: Coffee ‘not essential’, stockpiling to end

ZURICH (Reuters) — Switzerland on Wednesday announced plans to abolish the nation’s emergency stockpile of.

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Bayer Roundup cancer trial goes to jury after closing arguments

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) — A trial in which a California man alleged his use of.

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Conservatives target Ocasio-Cortez’s ‘Green New Deal’ in New York billboards

NEW YORK (Reuters) — A pro-business group unveiled two billboards targeting Democratic congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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Super Bowl audience down five percent from last year, early data shows

NEW YORK (Reuters) — Sunday’s Super Bowl victory by the New England Patriots drew 98.2.

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Google asks Supreme Court to end Oracle copyright case

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — Alphabet Inc’s Google on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to free.

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Filipino Senate oppose Duterte’s push to lower criminal age to nine

MANILA (Reuters) — Senators in the Philippines on Tuesday joined activists and child protection groups.

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Payments company Square launches debit card for small businesses

NEW YORK (Reuters) — Payments company Square Inc is launching a free debit card for.

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Trump blocks Pelosi trip as tensions mount over U.S. government shutdown

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — President Donald Trump’s conflict with Democrats over a partial U.S. government shutdown.