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If Jack Dorsey Has a Problem Child Among His 2 Companies, It Isn't Square
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Russell Westbrook paints a masterpiece against the Clippers
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The timeout was over and Russell Westbrook stood at the scorekeeper's table, looking at a printed box score. He raised his eyebrows slightly and gave a quick nod. What he saw, even in just the third quarter, was absurdly impressive.
Hillary Clinton just made a lot of immigration promises it would be hard for
In 2008, during an interview with Univision's Jorge Ramos, Barack Obama promised to introduce a comprehensive immigration reform bill during his first year as president. He did not do that.
Luke and Jedi: A boy and his dog fight type 1 diabetes together
She was able to give Luke a glucose tab and snap a photo of Jedi in action, which went viral on Facebook. Nuttall started her Facebook page "Saving Luke - Luke and Jedi - Fighting Type 1 Diabetes Together" in 2012 to share their story.

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