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The Senators are averaging 2.5 goals per game and are scoring on 17 percent of their power play opportunities. Clarke MacArthur, Chris Wideman and Derick Brassard also scored for the Senators and Craig Anderson made 26 saves. Ottawa added another goal early in the second before Boston produced a dramatic comeback. Overall, the Bruins need to allow goalie Tuukka Rask to see the puck better moving forward.
  • Georgia House race to high-stakes runoff as Trump wades in

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    Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez is heading to Georgia to rally support for the Democratic candidate ahead of a June 20 special election runoff. "The eyes of the whole nation are on us". We are changing the world. "And it's a rare chance for us to stand up and make a statement about what we stand for, and to prove that we believe in a country that is decent and kind, compassionate, courageous and tough, that we reject fear and division, that we stand together in all of our ...
  • British lawmakers set to approve PM Theresa May's June 8 election plan

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    However, provision was made for the fixed five year term to be changed through the dissolution of Parliament if two-thirds of the Commons vote in favour. They got them wrong at the last election. The Conservative party is predicted to win by a majority of more than 100 seats, said The Times . Britain's next national election is now scheduled for 2020, a year after the scheduled completion of two years of European Union exit talks.
  • Turkish opposition party seeks annulment of referendum

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    The French government said it would "follow with great care" the worldwide monitors' final report in coming weeks, particularly in relation to a reported last-minute change of rules by the electoral boards to allow ballots that had not been officially stamped.
  • VP Pence gives stern warning to North Korea

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    The vice president earlier visited a military installation near the DMZ, Camp Bonifas, for a briefing with military leaders. Tensions between Pyongyang and the Western world have steadily increased in recent years, as North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has repeatedly ordered ballistic missile tests - acts that many US officials view as provocative events.
  • Stock in the Spotlight: Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD)

    Stock in the Spotlight: Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD)

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    The stock traded at a volume of 8.31 million shares. Mizuho decreased their target price on Rite Aid to $6.75 in a research report on Tuesday, January 31st. 3 have given the stock a Hold rating, 0 as Underperform and 0 as Sell. Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD ) distance from 20 day simple moving average is 0.09% whereas its distance from 50 day simple moving average is -10.76% along with -34.47% distance from 200 day simple moving average.
  • Former NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Found Hanged in Prison Cell

    Former NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Found Hanged in Prison Cell

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    Life saving measures were attempted. In 2015, Hernandez was found guilty of murdering semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd, who was dating the sister of Hernandez's fiancee. On April 14, 2017 , Hernandez was found not guilty for the two counts of murder. Some of the people closest to Aaron Hernandez are questioning the circumstances of his death Wednesday morning in a MA prison cell.
  • Hundreds descend on Priest Point Park for Easter egg fun

    Hundreds descend on Priest Point Park for Easter egg fun

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    They found the Golden Eggs and won gift bags: From left, Colin Bess, 5; Adaline Claire, 10 months.; and Lana Alvarado, 7. The club's Saturday event was again held at the Gold Country Fairgrounds. It's not hard to make Easter egg hunting fun for kids, but the First Assembly of God Church on California Avenue added something a little bigger than an Easter bunny.
  • May urges parliament to vote for early election

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    Many seem to forget that there is a quiet majority who voted for Brexit and a silent plurality who voted for the Conservatives in the last general election. Britain joins a list of western European countries scheduled to hold elections this year. It is a gamble, but one she must believe will pay off. At the very least, she will no longer be negotiating knowing that an election looms and that she must deliver Brexit of some form.
  • Here's why North Korea keeps threatening to use nukes on the US

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    This may reduce the rogue nation's income and it also seems to signal to both Washington and Pyongyang that China is willing to join in raising the economic pressure. The number of travelers on domestic and global routes rose 8.9 percent to 8.51 million in March from a year earlier on a strong won and more services offered by low-priced carriers.
  • Warburton to captain British & Irish Lions on New Zealand tour

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    Instead, Hartley will captain England on their two-test tour of Argentina, where he is likely to be accompanied by centre Jonathan Joseph, another surprise omission. However, by taking one fewer fly-half, Gatland opens up his options in over areas where the addition of an extra player can help boost his options to conquer the All Blacks where strength in depth is needed.
  • Supreme Court Saves Arkansas Death Row Inmate from Execution

    Supreme Court Saves Arkansas Death Row Inmate from Execution

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    Asa Hutchinson (R) said in a statement . It's the quickest timetable in Arkansas since 1926, though state officials say waiting more than two decades to put some of the killers to death could hardly be characterized as swift. Taylor of Little Rock, Arkansas , thanked all of those who had "prayed and worked so hard to prevent these scheduled executions from taking place".