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Victory Assured, Putin Seeks Turnout as Final Affirmation

Advertisement MOSCOW — Browse Vladimir V. Putin’s presidential election website and you will find eight or so organizations pushing his candidacy. With names like I Really Like Putin! and For Putin! and Putin Team, they are among a battery of ...

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Elton John 'to go out with a bang' on final world tour

Sir Elton John has announced he will stop touring in order to prioritise his family. Speaking in New York, the star said he would say goodbye to fans with a series of 300 dates spanning three years. “I always thought ...

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Bookstore Chains, Long in Decline, Are Undergoing a Final Shakeout

Advertisement APPLETON, Wis. — This fall, at a moment when retailers traditionally look forward to reaping holiday profits, the owner of the fourth-largest bookstore chain in the country surrendered to the forces of e-commerce. Book World, founded in 1976, sold ...

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Republican tax bill: House and Senate to hold final votes

The Republican-controlled Congress plans final passage later of the most sweeping overhaul of the US tax system in more than three decades. The House of Representatives is expected to approve the legislation comfortably, but the vote will be closer in ...

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Strictly Come Dancing 2017 final: Winner crowned

Media playback is unsupported on your device Former Holby City actor Joe McFadden and his partner Katya Jones have lifted the glitterball trophy and been crowned Strictly Come Dancing champions. The pair beat finalists Alexandra Burke, Gemma Atkinson and Debbie ...

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Australia child abuse inquiry: Final recommendations released

A five-year inquiry into child sexual abuse in Australia has released its final report, making more than 400 recommendations. The royal commission uncovered harrowing evidence of sexual abuse within institutions, including churches, schools and sports clubs. Since 2013, it has ...

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Republicans Prepare for Final Rollout of Tax Bill

Advertisement WASHINGTON — As House and Senate Republican leaders prepared to roll out their agreed-upon $ 1.5 trillion tax plan, questions continued to loom about how the last-minute changes would be paid for and whether reluctant Republicans in high-tax states ...

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