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I anticipate Detroit will be viewed as a destination for future NCAA and other major sporting events in the years ahead. As was announced earlier, Little Caesars Arena also will host first- and second-round NCAA men's basketball tournament games on March 16 and 18, 2018.
  • Stain solution: Clear Coffee removes color and calories

    Stain solution: Clear Coffee removes color and calories

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    But we'll readily admit that this clear coffee (!) is totally blowing our caffeine-loving minds. Introduced by CLR CFF, it's a transparent, caffeinated drink with a taste that's like a potent cold brew. Adding "Due to this combination of technology and high quality ingredients a drink has been developed which is unique in taste and flavor", for a little extra ambiguity.
  • Arrested After Violence Breaks Out At Berkeley Pro And Anti-Trump Rallies

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    Eleven people were injured and seven of those were taken to hospitals, according to police . Tear gas and pepper spray was used in the ruckus, as well as fireworks reportedly being thrown. The anarchists are professional rioters while the Trump supporters are ordinary Americans. Brenna Lundy, 28, said she drove from San Francisco to attend what she thought was an organizing event against the alt-right.
  • Pence visits Japan to talk North Korea and trade

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence waves before leaving for Japan, at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, Tuesday, April 18, 2017. U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who met with Japan's trade minister, Hiroshige Seko, earlier Tuesday, said he hopes to soon begin talks on a free trade agreement with Japan.
  • "13 Reasons Why" Review With a Valuable Lesson [Spoiler Talk]

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    Whether it's in a classroom or everyday life, it's not unusual to hear the crickets in a room once someone brings up the topic of suicide. Since the school year began, five students have committed suicide. If such a large number of the population has felt such strong instances of mental strain, then connecting through arts and television could prove beneficial for society.
  • Kenyans sweep to victories at the Boston Marathon

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    Almost 895 miles away, one of their teammates, Notre Dame Dean and Professor, Laura Carlson, completed her sixth consecutive Boston Marathon. Regardless of the reason, Granville chose to put the woman, who reportedly was his running partner for the race, on his shoulders to take her the rest of the way.
  • One of Neil Gorsuch's First Major Decisions Could Be About Lunch

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    Gorsuch has been a judge of the US Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, based in Denver. His efforts to build a physical border wall with Mexico remain uncertain and his attempts to ban certain travelers from entering the USA because they pose a security threat have been blocked by the courts.
  • Trump attacks Canada's supply management for dairy as unfair to U.S.

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    In Canada, he continued, "some very unfair things have happened to our dairy farmers and others and we're going to start working on that". That's almost double the value exported to Canada, the country's second biggest export market, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.
  • Trump to sign 'Buy American, Hire American' order

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    As he nears the 100-day benchmark of his service, Trump has no major authoritative actions to tout however has used official requests to look for administrative changes to help the USA economy. Companies say they use visas to recruit top talent. The administration caused a stir this year with the Department of Homeland Security disclosing on the eve of the filing date that it would provide extra scrutiny to some categories.
  • Pleasanton Hospital Receives

    Pleasanton Hospital Receives "C" in Hospital Safety Grade

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    Services provided include Partners in CardioVascular Health and Cardiovascular Services, 24-hour Emergency Services, Ambulance Service, Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, the da Vinci™ Surgical System, Gastroenterology Services, Hematology-Oncology Services, Minimally Invasive Surgery Center, Advanced Wound Center, Imaging Services, Sleep/Neurodiagnostics Center, Home Care, Outpatient Physical Therapy, Comprehensive Women's Health Services and three community outreach programs.
  • Document shows Prince's opioid painkillers habbit

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    Johnson's lawyer Clayton Tyler released a statement saying that after reviewing the documents, "we believe that it is clear that Kirk Johnson did not secure nor supply the drugs which caused Prince's death". Investigators said Schulenberg admitted to meeting with Prince twice, on April 7 and April 20, 2016. Prince was documented as suffering from an opiate overdose, but the musician refused treatment at the hospital.