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Lessons in Loyalty From John McCain and That Other Guy 

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Washington has always been driven by loyalties. Staffers are expected to be loyal to their bosses. Their bosses are expected to be loyal to their districts and states. And the president, as the chief executive, is expected to be loyal to the country above all else. But expectations in D.C. are rarely realities and in Donald Trump's worldview, loyalty is a special brand of currency.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 21:08:32 Categories: Roll Call logo

'Pope' charged in alleged theft from city's oldest Catholic cathedral 

A man with the last name "Pope" and one other were charged with stealing signs from the nation's oldest Catholic cathedral in Baltimore on Tuesday, police said.&nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 21:08:30 Categories: USA TODAY logo

Hearing set for Mississippi man charged with killing 8 

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A Lincoln County, Mississippi man charged with killing eight people is set to appear in court.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 21:08:29 Categories: WAPT Jackson logo

Landlords are sinking cash into Rust Belt rentals 

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Al Beahn was a 22-year-old college grad living in his parents' basement in the Detroit suburbs when he bought his first investment property in 2009.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 21:08:27 Categories: Bloomberg logo

The strange case of Martin Shkreli is wrapping up 

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An unusual trial has featured victims who actually made money and defense lawyers who paint their client as an erratic misfit and want more victims to testify.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 21:08:25 Categories: The New York Times logo

Yankees legend on Judge: 'Half a season doesn't make him great' 

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New York Yankees phenom and rookie sensation Aaron Judge has been the toast of the town this season as the 25 year-old has a chance to win not just Rookie of the Year, but possibly the MVP award too.&nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 21:08:23 Categories: The Sports Daily logo

Antonio Brown vs. Le'Veon Bell is an interesting subplot 

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Trouble brewing?... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 21:08:21 Categories: The Big Lead logo

Brother in shock Di body revelation 

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Diana, Princess of Wales' brother spoke about his late sister on BBC Radio 4.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:54 Categories: International Business Times logo

Eight reasons Charlie Gard shouldn't go home to die, according to Great Ormond Street doctors 

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They say a hospice would be a better plan... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:52 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Rare footage shows Solihull in 1980s - before Touchwood shopping centre existed 

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Remember when you could drive around Solihull town centre? Take a trip down memory lane by watching this rare video footage of the town in the 1980s... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:50 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Birmingham City transfer news: Blues youngster joins League One side on loan 

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A number of Blues hopefuls are keen to get out and taste first team football this season... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:49 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Emma Willis discovers relative tortured two men on Who Do You Think You Are? 

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A shocked Emma said: "That's horrific. How can you defend doing that to somebody?"... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:47 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Tamarind Resort, Saint James, Barbados - hotel review 

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Tamarind by Elegant Resorts is located in Paynes Bay on a long stretch of golden sand, framed by crystal blue waters on the famed Platinum West Coast of Barbados - 35 mins from Grantley Adams Airport and 20 minutes from the capital, Bridgetown. The service at this hotel is exceptional and the staff are warm, attentive and cannot do enough for you. This combined with the excellent facilities makes it a perfect retreat for couples or families alike. Design The Tamarind cleverly combines a modern and contemporary experience without losing any of its Caribbean charm. The hotel has the traditional Caribbean low rise buildings with contemporary touches and has a distinct Mediterranean modern feel which works. Think whitewashed buildings, red tiled roofs and landscaped gardens full of lush greenery which lead onto one of the best palm fringed beaches on this stretch of coast. Its beach front location is hard to beat with brightly coloured sun loungers set against a backdrop of chic neutral colours. This is a perfect getaway if you're looking to experience best in class service in a laid back, stylish and relaxing retreat. Which room? There are 104 guest rooms and suites to choose from with a pool/garden or ocean view - all of them including a private balcony or patio. You can choose from deluxe rooms to suites with interconnecting rooms ideal for families. All rooms feature modern interior design, colourful Caribbean style artwork with neutral coloured walls, large luxurious beds and bed linen with good quality natural materials such as solid wood and soft leather. Flat-screen satellite television, Wi-Fi and an iPod docking station are standard. We stayed in a corner ocean view junior suite which had patio doors leading onto a spacious terrace with large comfy loungers. This became a favourite place to enjoy the stunning fiery sunsets, drinking rum cocktails and relishing in the pure indulgence of completely switching off from life back home. The view was spectacular and it's well worth paying a little more to guarantee the welcoming view of the crystal blue waters on waking each morning. Facilities The Tamarind has three freshwater pools including an adult only relaxation pool if you wish to escape the family fun in the main pool. This is thoughtfully located near the full service spa and is not too far from the fitness centre. If you're feeling energetic you can try your hand at a variety of watersports which are all complimentary, including snorkelling, sailing and boogie boards, kayaking, windsurfing and even water skiing. The facilities are excellent and the staff are fully committed in ensuring you and your family enjoy the amazing array of experiences on offer. Good for children? The Tamarind is an excellent choice for families with children and offers a complimentary Flying Fish kids club, open daily from 10am-5pm for children aged 3-12 years old. This offers a huge range of fun filled activities that your children will love from beach games, ball games and sports, arts and crafts, dancing and movie afternoons. The staff were warm, friendly and fun and our children loved going there. There's a family lounge with Wii games, wide screen TV's, air hockey, basketball, computers and a pool table which again proved a popular destination with children whilst parents enjoyed a delicious dinner at the hotel bar/restaurant which is situated conveniently next door. Babysitting can be arranged through the staff at the kids club. What's on the menu? There are three main restaurants. Rilaks deck is good for lighter options and lunch and offers a good selection and choice. For the more fine dining option opt for 246 Bar & Restaurant which enables you to enjoy the stunning beach setting with delicious food, different theme nights and entertainment. The Sugar Cane Room is where breakfast is served and has an impressive breakfast bar with a wide array of local fruits and healthy snacks including an eggs station. There's also Daphne's restaurant next door to the hotel where we are several times - the Lobster linguini was delicious. This restaurant successfully combines the fine Italian menu of its London counterpart with Bajan influences in an idyllic beach setting ideal for parents as children can happily play on the beach right under your nose. Reservations definitely recommended as it gets booked up quickly. Tamarind Barbados is also part of the Elegant Hotels group and boasts close proximity to its sister hotels, where you can dine as part of the Taste of Elegance Dine Around Programme with participating hotels Colony Club, Crystal Cove and Turtle Beach. What else? Read more The Colony Club, Barbados - hotel review You are spoiled for choice in Barbados with things to do and the locals welcome you with open arms. Due to the Tamarind's location, you have lovely seaside walks in both directions and it's a great spot to explore the west coast. Venture out to Oistins Fish Fry, the local fish market in Christchurch where fishermen meet up with their daily catch and a party atmosphere happens in the night. There are bustling street food stalls, dancing, music and BBQ's. Speightstown is well worth a visit too and is home to the Fisherman's pub, a locals' spot where you'll get some of the best flying fish and more traditional specialties. If you're brave enough, take the local bus up to Holetown rather than the cab option as you get to experience a bus journey you'll never forget with booming drum and bass, a party vibe and lots of friendly locals budging up to give you a well needed seat. Visit the Chattel Village shops for local art, craft and fashion and there are several beachfront restaurants in Holetown well worth a visit including Tides, Zaccios, Surfside and The Beach House. A free water taxi service also runs a couple of times a day between Tamarind and Elegant's three other west coast hotels: Crystal Cove, The House and Colony Club. Details Stay 7 nights from £1,720 per person. Price is based on two persons sharing a pool/garden view room including a rate reduction, economy flights from London Gatwick with Virgin Atlantic Airways, private transfers and UK lounge passes. Offer is valid from 01 Nov to 18 December 2017 and must be booked by July 31, 2017; read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:45 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Claudia Winkleman favourite with bookies to take pay cut after BBC row 

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Winkleman was revealed as the BBC's highest-paid female star last week... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:43 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Birmingham bin strike: All your questions answered 

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The dispute over changes to working practices and the downgrading of supervisor jobs has now entered its third week with no sign of a resolution in sight... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:42 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Watch: Thousands of dead fish discovered at city 'lake of death' 

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Footage shows mass fish deaths at Salford Park, Nechells where council previously said water is 'safe'... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:40 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Birmingham City transfers: Blues to rival Leeds United for Championship defender 

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Harry Redknapp is keen to shore up the BCFC backline... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:38 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Lidl is selling McDonald's style chicken nuggets for half the price 

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But they won't be around for long... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:36 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Merseyside doctor reveals alarming reasons behind 60% drop in men's sperm counts 

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Clinics report five-fold in Merseyside men seeking fertility treatment... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:35 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Ilkay Gundogan pinpoints Manchester City failures that cost them the title last season 

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Man City midfielder missed most of the campaign with an injury but he could see exactly why the BLues dropped so many points... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 20:52:33 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo
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