• She Killed It as Queen, but Male Co-Star Earned More
She Killed It as Queen, but Male Co-Star Earned More

Scriptwriter Peter Morgan revealed last month that he's struggling to find an actor to fill MATT SMITH's shoes as PRINCE PHILIP . Also, if Foy had previously worked on an award-winning mini-series, shouldn't her compensation on The Crown reflected that work? Foy's portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II earned the actor a Golden Globe for season...

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  • Yellow weather warning issued for rain tonight
Yellow weather warning issued for rain tonight

Yellow warnings have been issued from midday on Wednesday to the same time on Thursday in Northern Ireland because of the likelihood of persistent and occasionally heavy rain and the resulting danger of flooding. Snow showers are likely throughout Sunday, and where these converge some snow may well accumulate and could then prove disruptive. Cold...

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  • Farmers protest 2018: Women protesters share their stories of struggle
Farmers protest 2018: Women protesters share their stories of struggle

Singh said in a statement. A six-month deadline has been set for changes that will take some doing, with a written assurance that some of the demands will be pushed through immediately. They called off their stir yesterday after Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis agreed to nearly all their demands. "Consider how hard it is for tribals...

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  • Juncker tells MEPs the Irish border is a
Juncker tells MEPs the Irish border is a "European issue"

Barnier meanwhile said a whole range of options for third-country cooperation were on the table - the European Union has previously cited trade deals of the type it has with Canada and South Korea. Britain is still yet to put forward an "official proposal" to the European Union and Mrs May's Mansion House speech , and its content, was already kn...

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  • Teen killed, woman injured in second Austin explosion
Teen killed, woman injured in second Austin explosion

One package was found on the front porch and taken to the kitchen, where it later exploded. The attacks took place as Austin hosted thousands of out-of-town visitors for its annual South by Southwest festival . Do think this could be a hate crime? "We will respond", Manley said. House's death was initially investigated as suspicious but is now...

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  • Trump's longtime personal assistant fired over security issues
Trump's longtime personal assistant fired over security issues

Mr McEntee was sacked amid a US Department of Homeland Security investigation against him for financial crimes, CBS News reports . White House press secretary Sarah Sanders declined to comment saying, "We don't comment on personnel issues".

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  • From threats to peace talks
From threats to peace talks

Analysts say North Korea has been seeking a summit with American leaders as a way to secure worldwide legitimacy, something that has prevented past United States administration's from taking Pyongyang up on its invitations. The United States and North Korea fought on opposite sides of a war in the 1950s, and in the last two decades have been ...

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  • Kevin Harvick leads the way in final Cup practice at Phoenix
Kevin Harvick leads the way in final Cup practice at Phoenix

NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick savored this third consecutive visit to Victory Lane with a little extra gusto after Sunday's win at Phoenix. Among other things, Harvick is known for driving the No. He has one Xfinity win and four Truck victories at the track . On the flip side, Kyle Busch led a race-high 128 laps. Busch was 0.774 seconds back.

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  • President Trump to Inspect Border Wall Prototypes in Calif. Tuesday
President Trump to Inspect Border Wall Prototypes in Calif. Tuesday

Those remarks about Curiel and Trump's campaign promise to build a "big, handsome wall" along the U.S. -Mexico border, has led to the Golden State earning a reputation as the incubator for the "resistance" against Trump's administration. Vargas, who has voted twice to impeach Trump, told reporters he knew about "classified information" that wou...

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  • Japan's embattled finance minister mulling skipping G20 gathering
Japan's embattled finance minister mulling skipping G20 gathering

The prime minister had previously said he would resign if he or his wife were shown to be involved in heavily cutting the price of public land sold to a right-wing school operator in Osaka. A kindergarten run by Mr Gakuen taught a nationalist curriculum in line with views espoused by Nippon Kaigi. The risk for Aso and Abe, experts said, is that t...

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  • China abolishes term limits, makes Xi Jinping president for life
China abolishes term limits, makes Xi Jinping president for life

Voting among the National People's Congress' almost 3,000 hand-picked delegates began in the mid-afternoon, with Xi leading members of the Communist Party's seven-member all-powerful Politburo Standing Committee in casting their votes. But going far beyond the mandatory two-thirds majority requirement, the near-unanimous vote conveys the impressi...

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  • Oklahoma State 'egregious' omission from NCAA Tournament — CBS Sports
Oklahoma State 'egregious' omission from NCAA Tournament — CBS Sports

The teams also met in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament . The Friars are 1-4 in NCAA Tournament games in the Ed Cooley era. Oklahoma owns an 18-13 record behind the fifth-highest-scoring offense in the country, averaging 85.2 points per game.

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  • Mnuchin: No Nuke, Missile Testing Condition Through US-N. Korea Summit
Mnuchin: No Nuke, Missile Testing Condition Through US-N. Korea Summit

The summit, which Trump said would take place by May, would be the first between a sitting USA president and a North Korean leader. While the North Korean official news agency KCNA reported the visit of a South Korean delegation to the country, it did not elaborate on what was discussed.

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  • Killed In Plane Crash
Killed In Plane Crash

Police spokesman Manoj Neupane said on Tuesday that 49 people were confirmed to have been killed and 22 injured. It is now known that 33 of the passengers were Nepalis, 32 were Bangladeshi, one was Chinese and one was from the Maldives. "A three-minute conversation between the pilot and the air traffic control before the landing indicated that they...

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  • Greek club PAOK owner invades pitch armed, Lille fans attack players
Greek club PAOK owner invades pitch armed, Lille fans attack players

The referee signaled a goal , but then seemed to disallow it for offside. Football's governing body, FIFA , has condemned the incident and says punishment will be decided by the Football Association in Greece . The match was officially abandoned two hours later and it was reported the referee had reversed his decision . Olympiakos its...

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  • Sharma back on top at Indian Open
Sharma back on top at Indian Open

Winning two European Tour events was no mean achievement. Wallace pipped compatriot Andrew Johnston in a playoff after tying on 11-under 277 at the end of the regulation 72 holes at the DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon . The 21-year-old shot 75 to fade for a tie for seventh, which should still be enough to get him into the top 64 in the wo...

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  • BJP declares candidates for March 23 RS polls
BJP declares candidates for March 23 RS polls

Former Rajya Sabha member Dhiraj Prasad Sahu was nominated as Congress candidate from Jharkhand. The last date of filing nominations is tomorrow, scrutiny of nomination papers would take place on March 13 and the last date of withdrawal is March 15.

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  • Time to move on, support Ford, Romano says
Time to move on, support Ford, Romano says

CBC News reported earlier Saturday that Ford had indeed won the snap, six-week leadership race, but party officials decided not to announce any results until outstanding questions over some disputed ballots could be answered. He added that while both candidates are to be congratulated for their efforts, "this election is over and it is time for Ch...

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  • Pro-Kurdish Demonstrators Clash With Turkish Supporters, German Police At Duesseldorf Airport
Pro-Kurdish Demonstrators Clash With Turkish Supporters, German Police At Duesseldorf Airport

AP reported Erdogan accused the alliance of double standards. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made the nationalist "grey wolf" sign during a Justice and Development party rally in the southern province of Mersin, reports said. The YPG too denies any direct organisational links to Turkey's PKK- an assertion backed by a US -led coalition...

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  • Ouma sends Shujaa to Vancouver final
Ouma sends Shujaa to Vancouver final

The two nations were locked up at 12-12 at the break before the experienced Fijians pulled away in the second half, scoring three unanswered tries to win 31-12 in Vancouver - their second triumph from the past three events. Australia came out firing in the second half with two tries but Canada secured a 19-19 draw with a final try of the half. Jo...

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  • 10 empowering feminist movies to watch on International Women's Day
10 empowering feminist movies to watch on International Women's Day

But the day still retains the essence of its Marxist roots by encouraging women to think of themselves as a homogenous class with discrete common interests, in opposition to men's. That bill did not pass. Top Photo | Protesters build a wall of signs outside the White House for the Women's March on Washington during the first full day of Donald...

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  • Trump Signals Metals-Tariff Exemption for `Our Ally' Australia
Trump Signals Metals-Tariff Exemption for `Our Ally' Australia

It's really an assault on our country. He was joined by steel and aluminum workers holding white hard hats. Peter Navarro said relief from the roughly 25 per cent steel and 10 per cent aluminum tariff would be tied to how those countries respond at the NAFTA table.

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  • What Does Supreme Court Permitting Passive Euthanasia Mean?
What Does Supreme Court Permitting Passive Euthanasia Mean?

The living will is defined as the person's right to issue a pre directive where in which he or she allows the withdrawal of life support or discontinuation of medicine if a situation arises in future of person being in a terminally ill state.

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  • Hindu hard-liner arrested for Indian journalist Lankesh's murder
Hindu hard-liner arrested for Indian journalist Lankesh's murder

Lankesh, the Editor of " Lankesh Patrike ", was shot dead by an unidentified man wearing a helmet while the suspect who rode the motorcycle was also not identitfied. The investigations in the Upparpet case has shown that Kumar, during conversations about guns and ammunition with some of his friends from Maddur, alluded to his links to the murder of...

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  • Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga to work together
Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga to work together

The meeting did not happen as the result of pressure from Western countries, there was no external pressure on the two leaders from western countries, specifically the U.S. Speaking after the rare and historic meeting, Odinga told reporters: "The time has come for us to consult and resolve our differences, these differences are becoming too entrenc...

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