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'Top Gun: Maverick': Does Val Kilmer's Tom 'Iceman' Kazansky die in the sequel?

The sequel sees Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer reuniting once again in the 'Top Gun' universe

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Ford Beats Tesla to the Punch With First Electric F-150 Delivery

(Bloomberg) -- In the rural Michigan community Nicholas Schmidt lives, pickup trucks are a way of life. On Thursday, Schmidt

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Majority of Indian Airline Passengers Unhappy at Lousy Service

(Bloomberg) -- India’s flying public is becoming increasingly frustrated with the nation’s airlines, according to a survey undertaken for Bloomberg,

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Live updates | Zelenskyy wants more launch rocket systems

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is pleading with the West to send multiple launch rocket systems to Ukraine as soon as possible to give it a chance against the Russian offensive in the eastern Donbas

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Indian novel 'Tomb of Sand' wins International Booker Prize

Indian writer Geetanjali Shree and American translator Daisy Rockwell have won the International Booker Prize for “Tomb of Sand.”

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Brazil's Lula increases lead over Bolsonaro, has 48% voter support for Oct election -poll

(Reuters) -Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has increased his polling lead over incumbent Jair Bolsonaro ahead of

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US general: No need to add ground forces in Sweden, Finland

The U.S. general nominated to take over European Command tells senators that Sweden and Finland’s push to join NATO won’t require putting more U.S. ground forces into either country

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Halep experiences panic attack during French Open match

Two-time Grand Slam champion Simona Halep says she had a panic attack while leading her second-round match that she eventually lost at the French Open

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In relief for states, Centre hikes its rates for PDS operations

The revised rates are however applicable to those state governments and Union territories which have complied with various reforms, such as digitisation of the PDS. A key reform is the transition to the One Nation, One Ration Card portal, available across the country.

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She was killed in the Texas school shooting. Her husband died two days later

The husband of Irma Garcia, one of the two teachers killed at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, has died, according to a GoFundMe campaign and a Twitter post from Garcia's nephew.

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Kevin Spacey to face 4 sex assault charges in Britain

British prosecutors say they have authorized police to charge actor Kevin Spacey with four counts of sexual assault against three men

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Lease terms for California offshore wind projects released

The Biden administration is advancing plans for offshore wind projects that would place hundreds of turbines in California's coastal waters

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Farmer's 5 RBIs, 4 hits keys Reds' 20-5 rout of Cubs

Kyle Farmer homered twice, had four hits and tied his career high with five RBIs in a 20-5 rout of the Chicago Cubs on Thursday.

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MLB teams allowed to carry 14 pitchers through June 19

Major League Baseball and the players’ association are allowing teams to have an additional pitcher through June 19

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Buffalo is latest mass shooting by gunman wearing body armor

When a shooter attacked a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, on May 14, its security guard tried to stop him

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Judge tosses statements defendant made in 1972 murder case

A judge has thrown out statements that a 77-year-old Minnesota man charged in the stabbing death of a 15-year-old suburban Chicago girl nearly half a century ago made to police and to his wife

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This Sex Toy Site Is Basically Giving Vibrators Away For Free This Weekend

Sex toys are great, but you know what’s even better? Sex toys you bought on sale. As in, basically free. Lucky for you, that’s exactly what’s going on now over at Ella Paradis, aka the internet’s leading sex toy superstore. During Memorial Day weekend, you can score up to 85% off bestsellers from all the steamiest brands in the pleasure space: LELO, Womanizer, We-Vibe, among many others. (You can also save big on Ella Paradis’s in-house brand Better Love.) All you need to do to get in on the sale fun is pop in the promo code SPARKLE at checkout.

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Texas governor citing Chicago violence was a 'racist' deflection, leaders and experts say

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is facing sharp criticism for citing gun violence in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles when pressed about gun control legislation after an 18-year-old gunman killed 21 people at an elementary school in his state.

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Gap Shares Plunge on Eroding Profitability, Dimmer Outlook

(Bloomberg) -- Gap Inc. fell sharply in late trading Thursday after lowering its full-year forecast and posting first-quarter profit that

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'Top Gun: Maverick': From Su-57 to F/A-18 Super Hornet, here are all fighter jets appearing in sequel

'Top Gun: Maverick' will see a new fleet of aircraft appearing on screen, including some of the most badass ones

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This Ted Cruz exchange on guns is deeply revealing

Following a vigil for the 19 children and two teachers who died in a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Mark Stone, a US correspondent for the British outlet Sky News, asked Ted Cruz a simple question: "Is this the moment to reform gun laws?"

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Amber Heard: It's easy to forget I'm a human being

Heard found herself in a tense exchange with Johnny Depp's attorney as the trial nears its end.

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'Star Wars' and beyond: Everything we just learned

It was a chaotic case of nerd ecstasy at the convention center in Anaheim, California,

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'Top Gun: Maverick': Reliving the iconic beach volleyball scene that defined macho in the 80s

Director Tony Scott eventually explained the rationale saying it was all eye candy, but sometimes there's more to that legendary sequence

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Sadio Mane promises ‘special’ answer to Liverpool future question after CL final

Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has promised a “special” answer regarding his future but wants his football to do the talking in the Champions League final first. On Saturday the Senegal international, already an Africa Cup of Nations, Carabao Cup and FA Cup winner, goes in search of his fourth major trophy this season. It would cap a remarkable campaign for the 30-year-old but arguably the next 12 months could be just as important as his contract enters its final year. Like fellow forwards Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino – who turn 30 and 31 in June and October respectively – plus midfielder Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, speculation has started to grow about Mane’s future. He has already been linked with Barcelona and Bayern Munich, who look like losing striker Robert Lewandowski this summer, but ahead of the meeting with Real Madrid in Paris, Mane would not be drawn on his future. “Honestly I think the answer I can give you now is I feel very good, and I am fully focused on Saturday’s game, that is the answer I must give before the final,” he said. “But come back to me on Saturday and I will give you the best answer you want to hear, for sure. It’s special. I will give you all you want to hear then. “I love what I am doing and I sacrifice myself all the time; I am working hard every single day on the pitch and in the gym and I get better and better, that’s the most important. I am trying my best to help the team.” His words suggest there could be a positive outcome in the offing but asked what would happen should Real, who as an overseas club can start negotiating from January, come calling, Mane added: “Ha, good question, but what I want to say now is I am fully focused on the Champions League and winning it, which is far more important for me and the Liverpool fans. “I will do everything absolutely possible to win the game for Liverpool.” Mane, like Salah, has unfinished business in a final with Real. Unlike his fellow forward, who was forced off injured in the first half of their 3-1 defeat with the score still goalless, Mane played 90 minutes and scored the equaliser before Gareth Bale struck twice. But also unlike his team-mate, Mane has no thoughts of revenge. “No, I think it is not any revenge for myself. It is not even in my mind to take revenge to be honest,” he said. “I think Mo is just talking about what Mo thinks. In the four years a lot has changed in how we play the game, our experience – we have more experience and quality in the team. “I think we all forgot about what happened in 2018; for sure Real Madrid were the better team and deserved to win the game. But it is going to be a different game.” A decent individual performance in the final would elevate Mane’s chances winning the Ballon d’Or, having already been so influential in Senegal’s success earlier this year. Mane is hoping to be only the second African after George Weah to win the accolade, although Salah will also provide competition for him. “It’s true. If you guys say it, what can I say myself? Which is sad,” said Mane on the lack of African winners. “This cup, the Africa Cup of Nations is one of the biggest for myself, it is the biggest trophy I have won in my life, and for an African player not to have won the Ballon d’Or since George Weah it is sad for sure. “Winning the Champions League is special. I have a chance to play it again and we will do everything we can to win it and then we will see what happens, with the Ballon d’Or.” Read More What Rishi Sunak announced to tackle the cost of living crisis More Tory MPs withdraw support from PM over ‘shameful’ parties Simona Halep suffers panic attack during second-round defeat at French Open Stephen Eskinazi stars in record-breaking Middlesex win over Gloucestershire Nicola Wilson moved to specialist spinal rehabilitation centre in Middlesbrough

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