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Dwight Howard On What He'd Do If He Was Ben Simmons: "I Would Have To Be A Professional First And Do My Job. To The Best Of My Ability. But He Probably Just Wants A Fresh Start."

The Ben Simmons saga didn't have major updates until yesterday when reports suggested the player could be returning to the Philadelphia 76ers soon. Cash flow issues could prompt the Australian point guard to backtrack and come back to the team. Meanwhile, one of Ben's best friends talked about his situation,...
NBA
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Wenzel-Halls gives Western United victory against Perth Glory

Western United snared their first A-League Men victory under John Aloisi with recruit Dylan Wenzel-Halls scoring in a scrappy 1-0 triumph over an under-strength Perth Glory. Former Brisbane striker Wenzel-Halls was benched for Aleksandar Prijovic but coach Aloisi brought him on in the 70th minute and he provided the winner eight minutes later at AAMI Park on Friday night.
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7 positive male characters in film and TV, as Tory MP Nick Fletcher claims there aren’t enough role models for young men

Conservative MP Nick Fletcher has faced a backlash after suggesting that giving traditionally male TV and movie characters to women is leading to young men committing crime. Citing characters such as Doctor Who, he criticised the “tiny but very vocal minority” who want a female replacement for “every male character or good role model”. “Is there any wonder we are seeing so many young men committing crime?” Fletcher asked during an International Men’s Day Debate in the Commons.
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China asks Didi to delist from US on security fears, sources say

BEIJING (BLOOMBERG) – Chinese regulators have asked Didi Global’s top executives to devise a plan to delist from United States bourses, sources familiar with the matter said. This is an unprecedented request that is likely to revive fears about Beijing’s intentions for its giant technology industry. The country’s tech watchdog...
ECONOMY
Taipei Times

Beijing asks Didi Global to delist in US

SECURITY CONCERNS: Sources said that if the company is privatized, the proposal is likely to be at least the US debut price, as a lower offer might prompt lawsuits. Chinese regulators have asked Didi Global Inc’s (滴滴出行) top executives to devise a plan to delist from US bourses, people familiar with the matter said, an unprecedented request that is likely to revive fears about Beijing’s intentions for its tech industry.
BUSINESS
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Ron Cook: What happened to players fighting their own battles?

PITTSBURGH — The big news in Cleveland on Sunday was that Baker Mayfield failed to meet his mandatory media obligations after the Browns' dreary 13-10 win against the Detroit Lions. He walked off the field at FirstEnergy Stadium without celebrating with his teammates. Reports were he was angry about something, perhaps about being booed in the second half by the home crowd.
NFL
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Captain America’s Musical Continues Hawkeye’s Phase 1 Insult

Hawkeye’s Captain America musical plays up the powers of the other Avengers, but it falls back on a Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 1 insult. Warning: SPOILERS for Hawkeye episode 2. Rogers: The Musical, the Captain America-themed show in Hawkeye, pays tribute to several Avengers, but it also falls back on...
MOVIES
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Could Rafale be Modi’s Waterloo?

In a week where India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, scathingly known as the “Butcher of Gujarat”, was forced to backtrack and repeal controversial farm laws and disgraced IAF pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan was awarded a gallantry award for falsely claiming to have shot down a PAF F-16, fresh evidence of the Indian Prime Minister’s involvement in the scandal tainted acquisition of Rafale fighter jets has emerged.
POLITICS
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Skidding Sabres aim to get back on track vs. Canadiens

The Buffalo Sabres look to snap a four-game losing streak on Friday night when they host the Montreal Canadiens, who have won just once in 10 road games this season (1-8-1). Buffalo sports a 5-5-1 record at home, including a season-opening 5-1 victory over Montreal. But the Sabres have been leaking goals since starting netminder Craig Anderson went down with an upper-body injury following a 5-3 loss at San Jose on Nov. 2.
NHL
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MAFS removes one of its 2022 stars after discovering homophobic videos

It’s still only 2021 but Married at First Sight has had to remove one of its 2022 contestants after his disgusting social media posts were uncovered by fans. Simon Blackburn, a FIFO miner, was recently unveiled as one of the grooms for the forthcoming new season of MAFS. His social media presence, though, has put paid to that, as per Daily Mail Australia.
TV & VIDEOS
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Making sense of the new minimum pension age rules

When is the minimum pension age not really the minimum pension age? When you’re in a pension scheme with a “protected pension age”. But while there are plenty of these schemes, it is now too late to transfer into one. This is a saga that has been going on since...
ECONOMY
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JPMorgan’s Dimon says he regrets China Communist Party comment

(Reuters) -JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said on Wednesday he regretted his remarks that the Wall Street bank would last longer than China’s Communist Party. “I regret and should not have made that comment. I was trying to emphasize the strength and longevity of our company,” Dimon said in a statement issued by the bank.
ECONOMY
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China Asks Didi for Delisting Plans on Data-Security Concerns, Bloomberg Reports

-- Chinese regulators have asked Didi Global Inc. executives to come up with a plan to delist from the New York Stock Exchange due to concerns about leakage of sensitive, Bloomberg reports, citing unnamed sources. -- The Cyberspace Administration of China has directed Didi to devise precise details for government...
ECONOMY
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