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    World Racist Robocalls Target Andrew Gillum, Democratic Nominee for Florida Governor – The New York Times

    Racist robocalls targeting Andrew Gillum, the first black nominee for Florida governor from a major party, have been placed to residents from an out-of-state white supremacist entity.... Read more via The New York Times – Get more World News
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    Metro Opinion | The Catholic Church Is Sick With Sex – The New York Times

    One pope was a father of 10 through multiple mistresses, a man who purchased the papacy with mule-loads of silver. It is said that Alexander VI, the most debauched of... Read more via The New York Times – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Business Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Remain a Public Company – More Top Stories – Google News

    In a statement late Friday night, Elon Musk, the electric-car maker’s chief executive, said he and the company’s board had concluded that they would not turn... Read more via The New York Times – Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Entertainment Robin Leach, 76, ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Host, Dies – The New York Times

    Robin Leach, who became a symbol of unapologetic opulence as host of the popular syndicated television show “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” in the 1980s and ’90s, died on Friday in Las Vegas. He was 76. John Katsilometes, a columnist at The Las Vegas Review-Journal.... via The New York...
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    World Catholic Church Covered Up Child Sex Abuse in Pennsylvania for Decades, Grand Jury Says – The New York Times

    Bishops and other leaders of the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania covered up child sexual abuse by more than 300 priests over a period of 70 years, persuading victims not to report the abuse and law enforcement not to investigate it, according to a searing report issued by a grand jury on...
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    World Michael Avenatti Urges Democrats to Reject Michelle Obama’s Advice on Trump – The New York Times

    Michael Avenatti, fresh off his declaration that he may run for president in 2020, used his first big speech as a prospective candidate to call on the Democratic Party to reject Michelle Obama’s oft-quoted advice... Read more via The New York Times – Get more World News
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    World As Zimbabwe Prepares to Vote, Robert Mugabe Resurfaces With a Message – The New York Times

    As he buttonholed voters less than two days before Zimbabwe’s general election, the opposition candidate worked the crowd alone and on foot. He bounced from voter to voter, a wide smile across... Read more via More The New York Times – Get More World News
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    World An 11-Year-Old Girl Is Gang Raped in India and Blamed for It, Too – The New York Times

    After school, when the 11-year-old girl rode her bicycle around the well-to-do apartment complex where she lived with her family in... Read more via The New York Times – Get more World News
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    World How a Small Bank Became a Go-To Lender to the Trump Family – The New York Times

    When Michael D. Cohen needed $17 million to buy a Manhattan apartment building in 2015, he went to Signature Bank. Signature had existed for less than two decades, and compared.... Read more via The New York Times – Get more World News
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    World Leftist Wins Mexico Presidency in Landslide With Mandate to Reshape Nation – The New York Times News

    Riding a wave of populist anger fueled by rampant corruption and violence, the leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador was elected president of Mexico on Sunday, in a landslide victory that upended the nation’s political establishment ... Read more via The New York Times –
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    World Brother-in-Law of Spain’s King Must Go to Prison, Court Rules – The New York Times

    Spain’s Supreme Court upheld a prison sentence on Tuesday for Iñaki Urdangarin, the brother-in-law of King Felipe VI, in a fraud case that rocked the.... Read more via The New York Times – Get more World News
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    World Pope Accepts Resignation of Chilean Bishop Tied to Abuse Scandal – The New York Times

    ROME — In January, Pope Francis deeply offended survivors of clerical abuse and threatened the reputation of his pontificate when he defended a Chilean bishop from the “calumny” of victims and said that he had refused the bishop’s offers of resignation. On Monday, Pope Francis accepted the...
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    You’d Need 63 Billion Years to Do What This Computer Can Do in a Second – The New York Times

    America just won bragging rights in the race to build the world’s speediest supercomputer. For five years, China had the world’s fastest.... Read more via The New York Times – Get more World News
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    Trump Says He’s Considering a Pardon for Muhammad Ali – The New York Times

    President Trump said on Friday that he is considering pardoning Muhammad Ali, a boxing legend who died two years ago and was convicted of refusing..... Read more via The New York Times – Get More Nigeria Sports News