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Police search for missing Texas mother and her newborn girl

Police in Austin are searching for Heide Broussard and her 2-week-old child, Margot Carey
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Allen’s fourth-quarter TD clinches playoff spot for Bills

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Josh Allen threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Kroft with 7:55 to play and the Buffalo Bills clinched a playoff spot, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-10 on Sunday night. The Bills secured their second playoff berth in three seasons under coach Sean McDermott, a college teammate with Steelers coach Mike Tomlin […]
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Pennsylvania Democrat: Why I will vote to send Trump impeachment articles to the Senate

There is enough evidence to warrant Senate consideration of impeachment. We need to get at the truth and I hope President Trump gives his explanation.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Senate impeachment trial in focus ahead of House vote

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Democrats are pushing for testimony from top White House officials in the rare impeachment trial that is fast becoming the next battleground ahead of House voting that is all but certain to result in President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Trump faces two articles of impeachment by House Democrats: abuse of power and […]
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Kane gets 1st hat trick of season, Blackhawks beat Wild 5-3

CHICAGO (AP) — Patrick Kane scored three goals for his first hat trick of the season, and the Chicago Blackhawks stopped a four-game slide by topping the Minnesota Wild 5-3 on Sunday night. Brandon Saad and David Kampf also scored for Chicago, which was coming off a heartbreaking loss at St. Louis. The last-place Blackhawks […]
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Archbishop Welby expresses concern over UK's direction

The Archbishop of Canterbury has expressed fears over the direction the UK is travelling in.
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Archbishop Justin Welby voices concern over UK direction

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, expresses fears over the direction the UK is travelling in.
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United States: Class Is In Session: CBD Class Action Lawsuits Are Trending Up - Ward and Smith, P.A.

Products containing hemp-derived cannabidiol ("CBD") have become incredibly popular in the United States,
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What to care/not care about from Week 15: You cannot trust the Cowboys — but they could win a playoff game

In this space, I'll go through all that we learned this week and give you the five things I care about coming out of Week 15, along with five things I can't muster up the emotional energy to care for. The Cowboys have not locked up the NFC East. With that said, the Cowboys reminded us in Week 15 that they have the ceiling to drop a huge hammer any given week.
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UK: NAIC Evaluating Existing Framework For Privacy Regulation - Clyde & Co

National Association of Insurance Commissioners is examining current privacy model laws and regulations to ensure the proper use and security of insurance consumer data.
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United States: House Passes Proposed Legislation Defining Insider Trading - Proskauer Rose LLP

Since the Second Circuit's 2014 decision in United States v. Newman triggered a debate about the personal benefit requirement, several bills have been introduced
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Auburn’s Derrick Brown wins Lott IMPACT Trophy

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Derrick Brown of Auburn has won the Lott IMPACT Trophy given to the nation’s top defensive player who excels in both performance on the field and character off it. The senior defensive tackle received the award from Hall of Fame safety Ronnie Lott on Sunday night at the Pacific Club […]
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European Union: CAYLUX - Combined Legal Advice For Fund Finance Transactions - Ogier

The Cayman Islands and Luxembourg are two of the world's leading investment funds jurisdictions and as fund structures become more bespoke it is increasingly common to see fund structures that
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Canada: Tax Compliance Issues: What Do Condominium Corporations Need To Know? - Miller Thomson LLP

Condominium corporations are incorporated as corporations without share capital, whose members are those individuals that own units in the building.
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Canada: Funeral Home Fiasco: The Foibles Of Fixed-Term Contracts - Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

While Fixed-term employment contracts may, at first blush, seem like an attractive option, the risks often outweigh the benefits.
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Jerry Jones still has big dreams for this season, thus refusing to look past this season

Owner Jerry Jones' fairy tale is alive, if not completely well, after the Cowboys' 44-21 beat down of the Rams. “You know that I have that as a common thesis as I stand here with you, as someone who's had a dream and lived a dream,” Jones said. After the Cowboys lost to the Bills on Thanksgiving Day, Jones explained why he wasn't firing Jason Garrett during the season.
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'Couldn't wish for better year' - Woods completes road to redemption

But on Sunday, US player-captain Tiger Woods capped a year that has seen one of the most memorable comebacks in sporting history by driving his team to a 16-14 victory over Ernie Els' Internationals in the 13th Presidents Cup in Melbourne. The second coming of Tiger began with a drought-ending victory at the Tour Championship 15 months ago and accelerated with a 15th major and fifth green jacket at the US Masters in Augusta. Having returned to the world's top 10, Woods needed yet more ...
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10 gifts you can get now that don't need shipping

This holiday season, give the delivery man a break. Who needs the extra cost and uncertainty of shipping anyway? Here are 10-holiday gifts that cut out the middleman and go straight to the nicest ones on your Christmas list. Winc Wine Delivery Okay, we might be cheating a little with this first one, but a Winc wine delivery technically doesn't require shipping if you're gifting someone the subscription! This delivery service curates a pack of four bottles from a series of questions, delivering ...
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Top U.S. Envoy Warns North Korea Against Weapons Tests

Stephen E. Biegun appealed to the North to return to dialogue on denuclearization. “Let’s get this done,” he said.
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UK: Flexible Generation And The UK Funding Landscape - Gowling WLG

Listen in as Gowling WLG chats with leading global infrastructure and renewables market analysts Inspiratia about the funding landscape for UK battery storage and flexible generation.
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Goldman Sachs to stop financing new drilling for oil in the Arctic

US bank becomes the first to establish a no-go zone in the oil and gas sectorGoldman Sachs has ruled out future financing of oil drilling or exploration in the Arctic and said it would not invest in new thermal coal mines anywhere in the world.The new environmental policy, which was released by the US bank on Sunday, was praised by environmentalists, though many warned that it was only a first step. Continue reading...
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Canada: Canadian Competition Tribunal Clarifies Scope For Justifying Alleged Abuses Of Dominance - Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

The Canadian Competition Tribunal has dismissed an application by the Commissioner of Competition alleging that the Vancouver Airport Authority (VAA) had abused a dominant position in
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Canada: Desgagnés Transport v Wärtsilä Canada: Canadian Maritime Law Enters Uncharted Waters - Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

The Supreme Court of Canada has plotted a new course for Canadian maritime law in Desgagnés Transport v Wärtsilä Canada, 2019 SCC 58.
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Moderate earthquake felt in Alaska’s biggest city

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Residents of Anchorage and the Matsu Valley felt a light earthquake that hit the Cook Inlet region Sunday night, the Alaska Earthquake Center said. The magnitude 4.1 earthquake hit at 6:30 p.m. and had an epicenter that was 22 miles (36 kilometers) northwest of Anchorage, the state’s biggest city. The earthquake […]
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United States: IRS Issues New Final And Proposed Regulations Under The U.S. Base Erosion And Anti-Abuse Tax - Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

The IRS released final and proposed regulations providing further guidance and addressing certain open issues under the base erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT).
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United States: A Promise To My Father: Helping One Veteran At A Time - Proskauer Rose LLP

My father, Colonel John J. Cassidy is a highly decorated Vietnam veteran. Last Wednesday, I celebrated his birthday and honored his service by volunteering at the Los Angeles County Ba
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United States: Government Contractors Subject To New Counterfeit Parts Reporting Requirements - Holland & Knight

Covered Contractors must report instances of counterfeit parts or suspected counterfeit parts within 60 days
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India: International Trade – A Boon For The World In Rem Or Only The Developed Nations? - Ricky Chopra International Counsels

Even with the evolved scenario in this 21 st century, the tide hasn't turned anywhere close to equality when it comes to international organisations and their functioning.
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Five Aides To Democratic Rep. Jeff Van Drew Resign Ahead Of His Party Switch

The senior aides wrote that they "can no longer in good conscience" keep working for someone switching to the GOP.
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5 Aides To Democratic Rep. Jeff Van Drew Resign Ahead Of His Party Switch

The senior aides wrote that they "can no longer in good conscience" keep working for someone switching to the GOP.
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