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Nhận định – soi kèo FK Qarabag vs Arsenal, 23h55 ngày 04/10
Thursday October 04, 2018
Cùng tham gia nhận định – soi kèo giữa hai đội bóng FK Qarabag vs Arsenal, chính thức khởi tranh vào đúng thời điểm 23h55 ngày 04/10, diễn ra trong khuôn khổ vòng loại bảng E của giải đấu cúp C2 châu Âu UEFA Europa League 2018-2019. Theo thống kê trong lịch sử, thì hai đội chưa đối đầu […]
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The number of detained migrant children in the U.S. is at the highest level ever recorded: 12,800 children. This represents an increase of more than 10,000 since May 2017 — and is despite the fact that hundreds of children who were separated from their parents have been released because of court orders. [The New York Times]
Soi kèo Europa League: Chelsea vs BATE, 02:00 ngày 26/10 – Theo W88
Thursday October 25, 2018
Tỷ lệ kèo: 0.82*0-0.5*-0.88 100% THƯỞNG CHÀO MỪNG Đặt cược cho trận này – W88 Tỷ lệ kèo Tỷ lệ kèo Châu Á Chelsea vs BATE: 1.03*0-0.5*-0.88 Tỷ lệ kèo Tài Xỉu Chelsea vs BATE: 0.87*3*0.98 Tỷ lệ kèo Châu Âu Chelsea vs BATE: 1.12*6.80*16.25 Bạn biết ai sẽ thắng? Cược ngay với W88 Dự […]
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1 in 3
FiveThirtyEight launched its Senate forecast on Wednesday. As I write, Democrats have a roughly 1 in 3 chance to take control of that legislative body. Thirty-five of the Senate’s 100 seats are up for election in November; 26 of those are currently held by Democrats or independents who caucus with Democrats, and nine are held by Republicans. [FiveThirtyEight]
$2 billion philanthropic effort
On Twitter Thursday, Jeff Bezos — likely the richest man in the world, with a net worth well north of $150 billion — announced a $2 billion philanthropic effort to help homeless families and start a network of preschools. “The child will be the customer,” the Amazon CEO, just a totally normal and helpful guy, wrote in his statement. [NBC News]
With a vote looming, Sen. Cory Booker on Wednesday night released 28 confidential documents on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh pertaining to controversial judicial appointments during his time in the Bush administration. And on Thursday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein referred separate information about Kavanaugh to federal investigators. Two people familiar with the matter told the Times that the information concerned “possible sexual misconduct” between Kavanaugh and a woman when both were in high school. [NBC News, The New York Times]
Curse of the 3rd Season: Ranking the Mood During Jose Mourinho’s Final Season at Every Club
Wednesday August 08, 2018
Jose Mourinho knows two things in football – how to win trophies, and how to attract controversy. The Manchester United manager has won countless trophies and made countless enemies during his managerial career. Whilst his successful record can never be disputed, Mourinho has also built a negative reputation of capitulating during the third year of his employment.…
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$80 million painting
Christie’s auction house is selling “Portrait of an Artist (Pool With Two Figures),” which looks more or less like what it sounds like, by David Hockney. The painting, which is reportedly owned by the billionaire owner of the English soccer club Tottenham Hotspur, is estimated to go for a cool $80 million. Anything close to that would set a record for the most expensive piece by a living artist ever sold. David, if inspiration strikes and you wanna paint me something real quick, even just with one figure, please do feel free. [The Guardian]
24 percent of killings
The Washington Post surveyed 50 cities to understand homicides and arrest rates. Departments with lower caseloads of killings tended to have higher arrest rates, while those with higher caseloads had lower arrest rates. “Major police departments that are successful at making arrests in homicides generally assign detectives fewer than five cases annually,” the story said. Some cities were outliers from the general trend the Post found: In Chicago, for example, the caseload is 3.1 killings per detective, but only 24 percent of killings led to an arrest — the lowest rate among the cities studied. [The Washington Post]
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