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Sports Matters
Publisher:  Newsvine
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:26

Rob Simmelkjaer sits down with baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. to discuss his latest children's book "Out At Home," and also takes a look at the recent ruling regarding Adrian Peterson's suspension.

Peterson back with Vikings
Publisher:  Newsvine
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:26

Adrian Peterson returned to the Minnesota Vikings for practice Tuesday for the first time since his 2014 suspension for

Sports Matters
Publisher:  Newsvine
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:26

NBC Sports’ Rob Simmelkjaer takes a look at the demographics, business, and culture behind this year’s Boston Marathon with ‘The Mayor of Running,’ Bart Yasso. Also on the agenda: Adrian Peterson’s reinstatement and a preview of the NHL and NBA...

Safa ask PSL to postpone fixtures ahead of 2019 U23 Afcon finals
Publisher:  Goal.com News - English - America
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:24

The country's football governing body is keen to ensure the coach assembles his best squad for the continental tournament

Carly Fiorina to fight for GOP's 'soul'
Publisher:  Newsvine
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:24

Carly Fiorina explains why she teamed up with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz.

Earnings Scheduled For October 15, 2019
Publisher:  Benzinga
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:23

Companies Reporting Before The Bell

  • JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is estimated to report quarterly earnings at $2.45 per share on revenue of $28.49 billion.

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Scientists are taking zero-gravity flights to understand the brain’s function in space
Publisher:  The Next Web
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:23


More than 500 people have traveled into space to date and, while we know a little about how life without gravity affects our physical health, we know almost nothing about how it affects our minds.So, my colleagues and I have been launching ourselves, rigs of equipment, and our participants into “zero-gravity flightâ€� to perform experiments. It’s a thrilling – and sometimes extremely nauseating – life, but it’s opening new windows into how we think and perceive differently in space. This is no doubt important if we want to colonize outer space.  Weightlessness is a key component of the spaceflight experience.…

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Is Earth headed for another mass extinction?
Publisher:  Newsvine
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:22


Giuliani got $500,000 from indicted associate's firm Fraud Guarantee, insists it was all 'domestic' money
Publisher:  The Week
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:22

After federal investigators arrested Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman last week as they boarded one-way flights to Vienna, their close associate Rudy Giuliani wasn't sure he'd been paid "hundreds of thousands of dollars" by Parnas' fraud-mitigation firm, Fraud Guarantee, as Parnas reportedly attested. On Monday, Giuliani was sure, telling Reuters that Fraud Guarantee paid him half a million dollars for legal and technical consulting work last year.

In their indictment of Parnas and Fruman, federal prosecutors say an unidentified Russian businessman arranged for two payments of $500,000 to be wired from foreign bank accounts to a U.S. account controlled by Fruman in September and October 2018. At least part of that money was allegedly used to try to influence U.S. politicians and candidates on Ukraine policy, in violation of federal law. Giuliani told Reuters he's sure his $500,000 came from "a domestic source," though he did not identify the source or explain how he was "100 percent" certain. "I know beyond any doubt the source of the money is not any questionable source," Giuliani insisted.

The federal prosecutors in Manhattan who indicted Parnas and Fruman are also looking into Giuliani's interactions with the duo and Giuliani's other business in Ukraine. Parnas and Fruman were involved in Giuliani's attempts to pressure Ukraine's government to investigate President Trump's domestic political rival Joe Biden. Giuliani is Trump's personal lawyer and fixer, and his legal troubles could also have serious implications for Trump, CNN's Chris Cuomo explained Monday night.

Giuliani's $500,000 paycheck, for work he said started in August 2018 and was completed by 2019, may not seem exorbitant for such a high-flyer, but one of his main attacks against the Bidens is that fellow lawyer Hunter Biden was apparently paid $50,000 a month by a Ukrainian gas company, ostensibly for similar regulatory compliance work.


Ronaldo departure ruled out as Juventus expect Portuguese to honour contract
Publisher:  Goal.com News - English - America
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 04:22

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is contracted to the Serie A champions until 2022 and Fabio Paratici expects the 34-year-old to see out his deal

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