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UK extradition hearing to start for tycoon sought by India
Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya is set to face an extradition hearing in London that should determine whether he is sent back to India to face money laundering allegations related to the collapse of many of his businesses
Soccer: Cincinnati on MLS offensive, Columbus on defense
Political and business leaders in Cincinnati are pushing toward their goal of scoring a new Major League Soccer franchise, while in Ohio's capital city, soccer supporters are on defense
From Hollywood to the palace: Meghan Markle before fame, meeting Prince Harry
Before she starred on the show "Suits" and later met her fiance Prince Harry, Meghan Markle grew up in southern California.
Papa John's says anthem protests are hurting deal with NFL
Executives from Papa John's, the official pizza company of the NFL, expressed disappointment on a conference call Wednesday about the league's ongoing player protests during the national anthem. "The NFL has hurt us," company founder and CEO John Schnatter said. "We are disappointed the NFL and its
Paul George has arrived in OKC; now Thunder have a year to convince him to stay
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Paul George was the last person to step off a private jet sent by Oklahoma City Thunder owner Clay Bennett to fly George and his family from Los Angeles to Oklahoma City. The 6-foot-9 forward ducked his head under the doorway and adjusted the brand new Thunder hat he'd worn on the
New Orleans removes 3rd Confederate monument
The removal of a massive statue of Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard followed two others.
New Orleans removes third Confederate monument
Masked city workers in New Orleans dismantled a massive horseback statue of Confederate Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard early Wednesday as the city attempts to rid itself of public works that celebrate the memory of the Confederacy, officials said. The statue -- which honors the man who led a Confederate
New Orleans removes Confederate statues that honor 'Cult of the Lost Cause'
As New Orleans began the process today of removing the remaining Confederate-era monuments in the Louisiana city, officials said they are facing “intimidation, threats and violence” amid their efforts to dismantle the statues that were erected decades after the Civil War to honor the “Cult of the
New Orleans removes 2nd Confederate-era monument
Dozens of people gathered in New Orleans on Thursday morning to witness the removal of the Jefferson Davis Memorial, the second of four Confederate-era monuments that are set to come down. The statue, erected in 1911 in honor of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, was taken down at around 6 a.m.