• 'Spike in hatred is going into the game'
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    'Spike in hatred is going into the game'

    Troy Townsend, Kick It Out's education officer, says there are more instances of discrimination and racism in non-league football since the Brexit vote.

  • Welcome to Winter PUNderland in Costa Mesa, California
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    Welcome to Winter PUNderland in Costa Mesa, California

    It’s the most PUNderful time of the year for Kyle Gunderson and his wife Cori Gunderson who live in Costa Mesa, California. The couple went above and beyond the conventional type of Christmas decorations and made each of their features pun-inspired. Within the collection you will find the face of Michael

  • Actor Macaulay Culkin Shows Off 'Home Alone' Moves at California Wrestling Match
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    Actor Macaulay Culkin Shows Off 'Home Alone' Moves at California Wrestling Match

    Actor Macaulay Culkin made a surprise appearance at a Christmas-themed wrestling event in Baldwin Park, Los Angeles, on December 14, and reenacted a part from Home Alone, throwing a bucket tied to a string into another wrestler. Dan Black, host of the pro-wrestling podcast Comedians of Wrestling, captured

  • Wall Street jumps to highs on tax-cut hopes
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    Wall Street jumps to highs on tax-cut hopes

    Wall Street's three major indexes tallied record closing highs as hopes rose for the Republican tax bill to pass. Angela Moore reports.

  • Wall Street jumps to highs on tax-cut hopes
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    Wall Street jumps to highs on tax-cut hopes

    Wall Street's three major indexes tallied record closing highs as hopes rose for the Republican tax bill to pass. Angela Moore reports.

  • Picturesque Snow Falls Across Dundas Valley, Ontario
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    Picturesque Snow Falls Across Dundas Valley, Ontario

    A light, picturesque snow fell across the Dundas Valley Conservation Area in Dundas, Ontario, on December 15, just days after a clipper system dropped several inches in the area . Winter weather was expected to continue throughout the area into the weekend, according to weather reports . Credit: Twitter

  • How you can spend the night in the Coca-Cola Christmas truck
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    How you can spend the night in the Coca-Cola Christmas truck

    Coca-Cola are launching a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend the night inside the famous Christmas truck, transformed into a festive cabin.

  • Tesla largely responsible for slide in U.S. home solar sales
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    Tesla largely responsible for slide in U.S. home solar sales

    After years of double-digit growth, home solar installations in the United States are poised to fall for the first time this year, and Tesla is behind it, according to GTM Research.

  • Phase two of Brexit talks an 'important step'
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    Phase two of Brexit talks an 'important step'

    Theresa May says she is working to secure a "smooth and orderly" withdrawal from the EU as talks enter phase two.

  • Baby Bobcat Seeks Refuge in California Gas Station
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    Baby Bobcat Seeks Refuge in California Gas Station

    A baby bobcat who “seemed thin and desperate for food” was rescued from a Gas and Shop location in Auburn, California, on December 13, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office . The shop attendant told officials the animal had run in while the shop’s door was open and had followed staff around

  • Driver Defies Odds by Lowriding in Heavy Snow in Detroit
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    Driver Defies Odds by Lowriding in Heavy Snow in Detroit

    A motorist in Detroit, Michigan, defied the odds when he drove his lowrider car on just three wheels in heavy snow on Wednesday, December 13. According to Detroit-based mechanic Bill Robinson, the driver started to lowride on Interstate 75 shortly after Detroit’s first heavy snowfall and before salt

  • M6.5 Earthquake Shakes Yogyakarta Residents
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    M6.5 Earthquake Shakes Yogyakarta Residents

    People in Yogyakarta felt the tremors of a magnitude 6.5 earthquake that struck off the southern coast of Java, near Karanganyar, on December 15. The EMSC reported that 90 million people live in the area where the quake would be felt and a tsunami alert was issued for Indonesia by Indonesian officials

  • Elections must be credible, says Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa
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    Elections must be credible, says Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa

    Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa is officially endorsed as leader of the Zanu-PF and the party's candidate for elections next year. David Doyle reports.

  • Tesla largely responsible for slide in U.S. home solar sales - GTM Research
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    Tesla largely responsible for slide in U.S. home solar sales - GTM Research

    After years of double-digit growth, home solar installations in the United States are poised to fall for the first time this year, and Tesla is behind it, according to GTM Research.

  • St. Giles hotel in London offers bed, breakfast and abseil
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    St. Giles hotel in London offers bed, breakfast and abseil

    St Giles London launches the world's first bed, breakfast and abseil package over Christmas, offering guests breathtaking views of London while raising money for the homeless. Guests can book a room package for three days next week at prices starting from £79 and abseil down the building

  • Juncker expects the second round of Brexit talks to start in March
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    Juncker expects the second round of Brexit talks to start in March

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker expects "real negotiations on second phase" of Brexit talks in March.

  • Police shoot knife-wielding man at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
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    Police shoot knife-wielding man at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

    Military police have shot and injured a man wielding a knife at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport - one of Europe's busiest transport hubs. Lucy Fielder reports.

  • Preventative Fires Set Near Homes in Montecito, California
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    Preventative Fires Set Near Homes in Montecito, California

    Preventative fires, also known as backfires, were set in Montecito, California, on December 14, in an effort to prevent the Thomas Fire from advancing through residential areas. The massive blaze, which has reached 252,500 acres, stands at just 35 percent contained, and has been burning through Southern

  • Watch Trump's nominee for judge give car-crash interview
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    Watch Trump's nominee for judge give car-crash interview

    A Trump judicial nominee for the District of Columbia struggled to answer basic legal questions posed to him by a Republican senator on Wednesday. .

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