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New York Times

How the United States Missed the World Cup, Minute by Minute
New York Times
Win the game against Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday, the United States national team knew, and nothing else would matter. But the Americans didn't win. Over 90 excruciating minutes, and then a half-dozen more in extra time, it all went very, very wrong ...
US men's national soccer team fails to qualify for 2018 World CupUSA TODAY

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New York Times

World's Most Expensive Home? Another Bauble for a Saudi Prince
New York Times
LOUVECIENNES, France — When the Chateau Louis XIV sold for over $300 million two years ago, Fortune magazine called it “the world's most expensive home,” and Town & Country swooned over its gold-leafed fountain, marble statues and hedged labyrinth set ...

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FIFA.com

Real Madrid presented with the FIFA World Champions Badge
FIFA.com
By defeating Gremio in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017, Real Madrid have earned the honour of being able to wear the official FIFA World Champions Badge on their competition jerseys for the duration of 2018. Real Madrid will be able to ...
Real Madrid 1-0 Grêmio: Club World Cup 2017 final – as it happened!The Guardian
Real Madrid vs. Gremio highlights: Ronaldo leads Los Blancos to Club World Cup winCBSSports.com
Real Madrid set team record with Club World Cup triumphGoal.com
Bleacher Report -BBC Sport -The Sun
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CNN International

Lindsey Vonn strikes back with Val d'Isere World Cup win
CNN
(CNN) She endured a week marred by an injury scare and controversy, but Lindsey Vonn hit back in emphatic fashion to clinch her 78th World Cup win in Val d'Isere. At 33, Vonn became the second oldest woman -- after Elisabeth Goergl (33) -- to win a ...
Lindsey Vonn gets emotional after first win of season in World Cup super-G raceUSA TODAY

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It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Seeking Alpha
Come with Heisenberg, on a trip through the increasingly surreal world of risk assets and speculative manias. We'll touch on stocks, retail euphoria, and of course, Bitcoin. In hindsight, this is going to seem like one hilarious story. I'm reasonably ...

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Variety

Morgan Spurlock's TNT Series 'Who Rules the World' Halts Production
Variety
Production has stopped on the upcoming TNT unscripted series “Who Rules the World” following a public admission last week by executive producer Morgan Spurlock of past sexual misconduct. “Production on 'Who Rules the World' (working title) has been ...
Filming On TNT Unscripted Series 'Who Rules The World' Suspended As Producers Sever Ties With Morgan SpurlockDeadline

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NBCNews.com

Why Texas' 'death penalty capital of the world' stopped executing people
NBCNews.com
Since the Supreme Court legalized capital punishment in 1976, Harris County, Texas, has executed 126 people. That's more executions than every individual state in the union, barring Texas itself. Harris County's executions account for 23 percent of the ...

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Quartz

The world has a brand-new language, and it's a win for nationalists
Quartz
Linguistic nationalism just scored a victory. Montenegrins are excited that their national language, Montenegrin, has been added to the list of language codes recognized by the International Organization for Standardization, identifying it as a ...



U.S. News & World Report

Canadian Police Probe Mysterious Deaths of Billionaire Pharma Couple
U.S. News & World Report
Barry Sherman founded generic drugmaker Apotex in 1974, then built it into one of the world's largest pharmaceutical makers. It has annual sales of more than C$2 billion in more than 45 countries, according to its website. He stepped down as CEO in ...
Apotex pharmaceuticals billionaire and wife found dead in 'suspicious' caseThe Guardian
Deaths of Canada billionaire Barry Sherman and wife 'suspicious'BBC News

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The Guardian

Austria far right: Freedom Party wins key posts in new government
BBC News
The far-right Freedom Party has secured the key posts of foreign, interior and defence in Austria's new coalition government for its nominees. Governing with the conservative People's Party, the move makes Austria the only country in Western Europe to ...
Austrian president approves far-right Freedom party joining coalition governmentThe Guardian
New coalition government shifts Austria to the rightCBC.ca
Austrian far-right joins coalition led by PM Sebastian KurzBBC News

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