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  • Brandon Ingram suffered sprained ankle against Spurs

    Brandon Ingram underwent an MRI that confirmed the Los Angeles Lakers forward has a left ankle sprain. The Lakers said Ingram will be re-evaluated in a week. He is expected to miss at least four more games with the Lakers playing Saturday at Memphis followed by a home game against Miami and then contests at Houston and Charlotte. Ingram is averaging 15.2 points and 4.0 rebounds per game this season. He suffered the injury in the first quarter of...

    ABC News
  • EU court to issue Brexit ruling on December 10

    The European Court of Justice will deliver its judgment on whether Britain can unilaterally reverse its move to leave the European Union on Monday, Dec. 10, at 0800 GMT, the court said on Thursday.

    U.S.
  • EU court to issue Brexit ruling on December 10

    The European Court of Justice will deliver its judgment on whether Britain can unilaterally reverse its move to leave the European Union on Monday, Dec. 10, at 0800 GMT, the court said on Thursday.

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  • Soccer: Barca blow as Rafinha ruled out for six months

    Barcelona midfielder Rafinha will be sidelined for six months after a knee operation, the Spanish champions confirmed Tuesday.

    IN
  • Fresh blow for Bulgaria as youth champion banned for life over doping

    Bulgarian weightlifting suffered another blow on Friday when European youth champion Dayana Dimitrova was banned for life after a second doping offense since April 2017, the Balkan country's federation said on Friday.

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  • Fresh blow for Bulgaria as youth champion banned for life over doping

    Bulgarian weightlifting suffered another blow on Friday when European youth champion Dayana Dimitrova was banned for life after a second doping offence since April 2017, the Balkan country's federation said on Friday.

    IN
  • Trump EPA to strike blow against climate rules, reports say

    The Trump administration is set to roll back Obama-era rules on climate change regulation that will make it easier to build new coal plants, according to reports in Axios and The New York Times. Environmental Protection Agency acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler, a former coal industry lobbyist, is expected to make the announcement Thursday. The move is another indication of the Trump administration's determination to buck both global consensus about the need to act on climate change and market...

    WPLG