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LaVar Ball’s 39 most amazing lines on Donald Trump in Monday’s CNN interview

On Monday night, CNN’s Chris Cuomo took on a difficult task: Interviewing talker-in-chief LaVar Ball about his son’s arrest in China and the role — or lack thereof — that President Trump played in the release of LiAngelo Ball as well as two other UCLA basketball players. LaVar Ball — as is his reputation — let fly some doozies about Trump and, well, almost everything else too.



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John Lennon diary stolen from Yoko Ono recovered in Berlin

A diary written by John Lennon that was stolen from his widow Yoko Ono over a decade ago has been found by police in Berlin.



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Sexual harassment tipping point: Why now?

We’ve seen sexual harassment scandals before. But never with consequences like this.



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Border Patrol agent’s death in Texas leaves many questions

Rogelio Martinez, a Border Patrol agent, died Sunday morning from injuries he suffered while on patrol in southwest Texas, the US Customs and Border Protection said.



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What was remarkable in Air Force general’s comments on nukes

John Kirby said that what a top general had to say about handling a potentially illegal order to strike wasn’t remarkable. But the fact he had to say it was.



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Mark Zuckerberg is no longer king of social. Meet ‚Pony‘ Ma

Tencent founder and CEO Pony Ma has seen his personal wealth more than double in a year, along with his company’s value.



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Britain’s corporate tax rate is 19%. Many businesses don’t want a cut

Britain plans to cut its corporate tax rate to 17% over the next three years. But many businesses say they’re happy with the current 19%.



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The annual White House Thanksgiving turkey pardoning day is upon us

It’s become part of the annual tradition of the White House Thanksgiving turkey ritual: voting to see which of the two official birds will be pardoned, and which will be the alternate. This year’s winner: „Drumstick,“ who garnered 60% support over rival „Wishbone,“ who earned 40%.



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Robert Mugabe was in power for 37 years, but he wasn’t Africa’s longest-ruling leader

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s decades-long grip on power in the southern African nation ended Tuesday with his resignation — but the continent still has a few leaders who’ve been in charge for nearly as long, or longer.



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US charges Iranian man in HBO’s ‚Game of Thrones‘ hack

The criminal investigation into last summer’s hacking of HBO has nabbed a suspect.



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