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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Mulroney Contradicts Trump's NAFTA Statements At U.S. Senate Hearing

OTTAWA — Former prime minister Brian Mulroney offered a spirited defence of the North American Free Trade Agreement in Washington on Tuesday, while warning about the potential impacts of a U.S. withdrawal from the deal. Mulroney made the comments before the U.S. Senate committee on foreign relations, only days after the latest round of NAFTA discussions ended in Montreal with ...

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Andre Drummond added to NBA All-Star roster

DETROIT (AP) — Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond has been added to the NBA All-Star Game, replacing injured Washington guard John Wall . The Pistons announced Drummond’s selection Tuesday night. Drummond is an All-Star for the second time. He also represented the Pistons in 2016. He entered Tuesday night’s game against Cleveland averaging 14.7 points and 15.1 rebounds. After Drummond ...

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Stenhouse looking for results on 1.5-mile tracks

For Ricky Stenhouse Jr., this week’s two-day organizational test at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is of the utmost importance. “We were strong at Atlanta [Motor Speedway] last year and I think that kind of gave us hope going into Las Vegas that we would be kind of ready to go. But when we got there we weren’t near as fast ...

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Minnesota freeze? Eagles players struggle to find dinner reservations

7:30 PM ET BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Are Philadelphia Eagles players and fans getting snubbed at fine dining establishments in Minneapolis in retribution for what went down during the NFC Championship Game? Depends on who you ask. “I just know that anywhere that I hear of, nobody wan… – NFL

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