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Dick's Sporting Goods Sale: 40% off 1 item + free shipping w/ $25

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Ending today at 3 pm ET, Dick's Sporting Goods takes 40% off any one select item. (Discount applies automatically in cart; will apply to lowest priced item in cart.) Shipping adds $5.99, but orders of $25 or more qualify for free shipping. (Large items may incur additional fees, in-store pickup is also available for select items.) Some exclusions may apply. A couple of best bets, with prices after discount, via pickup:
  • Nike Men's Legend 2.0 T-Shirt for $11.99 (pictured, low by $7)
  • Fitness Gear 300-lb. Olympic Weight Set for $149.99 ($70 off)

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What the Disney-Fox deal means for Marvel, 'Avatar,' and streaming

Added: 14.12.2017 11:11 | 0 views | 0 comments

Imagine finding Luke Skywalker, Captain America, the X-Men and the Na'vi of Pandora all housed in one streaming service. That's what a Disney streaming service could look like now that the company is buying up most of 21st Century Fox in a $52.4 billion deal.


Disney 5Nt West Caribbean Cruise in Oceanview from $1,210 for 2

Added: 14.12.2017 10:47 | 0 views | 0 comments via ShermansCruise offers a Disney Cruise Line 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise for Two in an Oceanview Cabin, with prices starting from $1,210. (On the ShermansCruise landing page, scroll to the bottom and click "Book Now" by the January 9, 2018, sailing; although lists this cruise for $678 per person, we found lower rates at checkout.) That's the lowest price we could find by $246. This cruise aboard the Disney Wonder departs from Galveston, TX, on January 9, 2018, with debarkation in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Additional fees may apply. Book this travel deal by December 31.


David Cameron criticises Donald Trump for 'fake news' attacks on media

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David Cameron has joined the chorus criticising US President Donald Trump for his tirades against the media, saying his attacks on "fake news" was undermining democracy.  In his first public speech since stepping down after his failed attempt to win a vote to stay in the European Union last year, the former prime minister said Mr Trump was corrupting society and diverting attention from real abuses through his attacks on outlets like CNN and the BBC.  “President Trump: ‘fake news’ is not broadcasters criticising you, it's Russian bots and trolls targeting your democracy, pumping out untrue stories day after day, night after night,” Mr Cameron said at an anti-corruption lecture hosted by Transparency International and law firm Clifford Chance in London.  “When you misappropriate the term fake news, you are deflecting attention from real abuses. Ignoring what’s happening on social media is facilitating a form of corruption that is undermining democracy.” Mr Cameron championed the fight against corruption and pushed through legislation strengthening the hand of law enforcement officials. At a glance | The rise of fake news Now, he said, the problem was worsening. Taking aim at Russia, he suggested underhand tactics had been used by the country to win the right to stage the 2018 Fifa World Cup. “I am sure (President Vladimir Putin) wasn’t completely surprised when Russia actually won the bid. You couldn’t make it up. In the years since, 10 of the 22 members of that Fifa executive committee were indicted or punished.” Speaking tonight at @TransparencyUK#TILecture17 - Britain was first G20 country to set up open register of beneficial ownership. We must keep promoting transparency and fighting the battle against corruption.— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) December 13, 2017 He also said the EU had not done enough to fight Russia's attempts to interfere with Europe's democracies. “To be honest this is one area where, far from being too quick to act, the EU has been far too slow,” he added. “Barack Obama used to challenge European leaders over how we seemed to ignore or even tolerate Russian subversion of some eastern European business, energy, media or even political interests. He was bang on target.”  

PLAYERUKNOWNS BATTLEGROUNDS brings new customisation options as the Accessory Pack hits Xbox One

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Carlos writes: "With PLAYERUNKNOWNS BATTLEGROUNDS now available to the masses on Xbox One, players are finally able to loot and shoot their way through the vast open expanse of the open world battleground in 100 player last man standing events. But whilst there is more than enough to go around by looting the many various buildings within the game, theres nothing like a little customisation to really help you stand out amongst the rest."


Video: Future of Irish border still a thorny Brexit issue

Added: 14.12.2017 10:42 | 0 views | 0 comments

As EU leaders meet in Brussels to discuss moving on to the next stage of Brexit talks, we focus on the thorny issue of the UK's border with Ireland. Despite last week's breakthrough deal to ensure the frontier remains "soft", the issue is expected to resurface since eventually, this should become the only land border between the UK and the EU - with huge implications for trade. Our correspondents report.


Do NOT punish Britain! Luxembourg tells EU Brexit talks with UK should be 'based on trust'

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LUXEMBOURG has warned the European Union not to punish Britain over its momentous Brexit decision.


Snow forecast: Will it snow again this week in the UK? Met Office issues ICE WARNING 

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SNOW has plagued the UK over the past week, but have we seen the last of the snow for the time being?

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UK Met Office in new SEVERE weather warning as snow hits and temperature to feel like -14C

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ARCTIC conditions will grip Britain into the weekend as officials ramp up health warnings for killer cold weather.

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Will Tax Cuts Really Grow The Economy? Judge For Yourself

Added: 14.12.2017 10:11 | 0 views | 0 comments

It's hard to disagree with James Pethokoukis of AEI, who said on December 7, “Republicans shouldn’t expect tax cuts to pay for themselves. Or even come close.”


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