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See how to watch Friday's game below. " We've got to worry about Arkansas", Jordan said. "He's big, long athletic". So defensively we are just going to have to dig down deep and we're going to have to really rebound the basketball. Anderson likes calling his bench, also aided by sophomore shooting guard C.J. Jones, the team's strength, but Jordan brings some of his best 3-point shooters off of the bench in Jorgensen and Henry Baddley.
  • Avengers: Infinity War Release Date Bumped Up

    Avengers: Infinity War Release Date Bumped Up

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    Since Iron Man debuted in theatres on May 2, 2008, fans have flocked to theaters to explore the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel Studios announced today that Avengers: Infinity War would getting pushed up a week and will now see release on April 27th instead of its original May 5th date.
  • United States students flee after teacher fires handgun at Georgia high school

    United States students flee after teacher fires handgun at Georgia high school

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    After about 30 to 45 minutes, Davidson agreed to surrender and was taken into custody without further incident, Frazier said . The officer spoke to Davidson and was able to convince him to leave the classroom peacefully. Students were being trampled and screaming. "I dare you to tell me arming teachers will make us safe", she tweeted to the NRA . When the principal arrived at the classroom, the teacher forced the door closed and wouldn't let him in, Frazier said.
  • Japanese students select 'futuristic' Tokyo 2020 Olympic mascots

    Japanese students select 'futuristic' Tokyo 2020 Olympic mascots

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    The three candidates were shortlisted in December from a total of 2,042 design submissions from the public. She added that she hoped Tokyo's mascots would live up to the popularity of Soohorang and Bandabi, the Korean mythological white tiger and Asiatic black bear mascots featured at the Pyeongchang Olympics and Paralympics, with the Olympics having ended last Sunday.
  • Winter Olympics: Russia curler stripped of medal for doping

    Winter Olympics: Russia curler stripped of medal for doping

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    Russia's suspension from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) could still be lifted even if a fresh doping case emerges over the next three days, it has has been revealed. The same hackers did something similar in the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro , when they released the drug testing files for multiple athletes, including tennis player Serena Williams and gymnast Simone Biles.
  • Delta and United Airlines have cut ties with the NRA (DAL, UAL)

    Delta and United Airlines have cut ties with the NRA (DAL, UAL)

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    The boycotts came as petitions targeting companies offering discounts to NRA members via their websites appeared online. First National Bank of Omaha announced that it wouldn't renew NRA-branded credit cards. Other companies that have severed ties with the controversial organization include Best Western , Hertz , and MetLife . But the insurance company MetLife Inc .
  • CDC links kratom to 2 cases of salmonella infection

    CDC links kratom to 2 cases of salmonella infection

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    The CDC has linked kratom as the likely source of the outbreak, as 8 out of 11 individuals who were interviewed reported consuming the plant via pills, powder, or tea. Kratom is a plant native to southeast Asia that is consumed for its stimulant effects and as an opioid substitute . FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb also urged manufacturers to stop selling products intended for human consumption if they contain kratom.
  • Low-Carb Vs. Low-Fat: Which Diet Is Better For Losing Weight?

    Low-Carb Vs. Low-Fat: Which Diet Is Better For Losing Weight?

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    Asked for her perspective, Reshmi Srinath, MD, director of the Weight and Metabolism Management Program at Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, who was not involved with the study, told MedPage Today , "The weight loss results are comparable to prior studies where we see weight loss really is dependent on compliance rather than the diet itself".
  • Working to strengthen bond between Gujarat and Canada: Justin Trudeau

    Working to strengthen bond between Gujarat and Canada: Justin Trudeau

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    After visiting the Jama Masjid, he will attend a business event organised by the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber in partnership with the Canada-India Business Council (C-IBC) in Delhi and is scheduled to address the gathering. "The fact that a junior minister was sent to receive Mr Trudeau and his family is most definitely a snub", columnist and economist Vivek Dehejia told the BBC .
  • Gas prices down across the state this week

    Gas prices down across the state this week

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    That puts average gas prices in Rockford below the national average of $2.51 a gallon. - This is a welcome sight: gas prices are falling and are down to less than $2.50 per gallon. Gas prices retreated as expected in Southwest Florida over the past week, but the cheaper fuel may not be around for long. In Iowa, the price a month ago was $2.53, and it was $2.31 previous year.
  • Cleaning chemicals 'as bad for women's lungs as smoking'

    Cleaning chemicals 'as bad for women's lungs as smoking'

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    The subjects had to respond to surveys regarding how much they use cleaning products, and how often. The products seemed to affect the lung capacity of women who took part in the study more than men, though they noted the number of male participants was small compared to the number of female participants.
  • Nigeria bomb blasts cause deaths at fish market

    Nigeria bomb blasts cause deaths at fish market

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    He added that Nigeria was not actually fighting an external war but it is nearly like brothers fighting against brothers, which makes it a bit hard even for the armed forces to curtail it. The attack happened one day after the army placed a bounty of N3m on Abubakar Shekau, leader of the sect. The United States, which considers Shekau an global terrorist, has said it would offer up to $7 million for information on his whereabouts.
  • The Oxfam Sex Scandal

    The Oxfam Sex Scandal

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    Oxfam's former global head of safeguarding - has now told media that she begged senior staff and the charities watchdog to act about sexual abuse allegations she had uncovered. Miss Mordaunt has sent a letter all United Kingdom charities working overseas - including Oxfam - to demand they do more "to fully protect vulnerable people".
  • Delhi Police Arrested Wanted Indian Mujahideen Terrorist

    Delhi Police Arrested Wanted Indian Mujahideen Terrorist

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    Khan managed to escape during that time, reports said. He was also allegedly involved in five bomb blast cases including the ones in Jaipur, Ahmedabad, and Delhi. This is the story of Batla House encounter, which has remained mired in controversy since then. Kushwah said, "After fleeing from the Batla House encounter, he called his wife in Azamgarh and said, "Chota locha hua hai".
  • Can eating slowly actually help you lose weight?

    Can eating slowly actually help you lose weight?

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    After eliminating any factors that might influence a person's risk for obesity , the authors found that people who ate at a normal speed were 29 percent less likely to be obese, while the slowest eaters saw a 42 percent risk reduction. One of the main limitations of the study is that eating speed and other behaviors were reported by the participants and are therefore prone to subjectivity.
  • Ex-Man Utd midfielder Miller dies aged 36

    Ex-Man Utd midfielder Miller dies aged 36

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    Miller began his career at Celtic and established his reputation as one of the brightest prospects in Europe, before moving to Old Trafford on a free transfer in 2004. We went to Australia and played against his team but I didn't know him well. Hibs tweeted "We are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of former Hibernian player Liam Miller".
  • Purdue Pharma will stop promoting its opioid drugs to doctors

    Purdue Pharma will stop promoting its opioid drugs to doctors

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    The boom in OxyContin prescriptions, and the resulting expansion of the deadly abuse of opioids, has been consistently blamed on Purdue's aggressive and misleading marketing of the drug. The company continues to be the largest seller of prescription painkillers in the United States, and also has a prescription sleep aid line of drugs and over-counter-products.