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CNN's Open Court host Pat Cash admits he's no "one-take wonder." We've compiled some of our favorite show flubs. You Too Can Play the Handbag Stock Market. Dont think of those totes and saddle bags as just pretty accessories. They could also be an investment portfolio. Thousands hit by PGE's latest power cutoffs, more planned. Thousands of homes and businesses in California were in the dark on Wednesday as Pacific Gas Electric turned off power in parts of 15 counties as a preventive measure against wildfires. Dating on a Budget in the 1960s. Metropolitan Diary Dinner, a cruise and ground transportation, courtesy of the subway system, Chinatown and the Staten Island Ferry, could add up to very little 50 years ago. Sam Bobrick, Saved by the Bell Creator, Is Dead at 87. A television mainstay, he was also a playwright. His best-known play, Norman, Is That You?, flopped on Broadway but went on to international success. Ethiopian refugee rapist who 'roamed UK for victims' jailed for life. Temesgen Desta attacked a woman in her apartment in Birmingham in March, just hours after he had attempted to choke and rape another woman in Crosby, Merseyside. Kyle Sandilands says he didn't speak to Sophie Monk for 18 months when she signed to 2Day FM. Kyle Sandilands has never been shy to disparage his previous employers at Southern Cross Austereo. Global model for regulation? Try Canada. How do we get the world's largest economies on the same page moving forward with regulation? CFTC Commissioner Jill Sommers outlines some of the progress and challenges the U.S. has had and Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer touts Canada as a template for a great country in which to do business in. Mother criticised for being 'too strict' by other parents claims rigid rules make kids 'respectful'. EXCLUSIVE Danielle Hannah Alexander, 32, fromMonmouth, South Wales, is mum to five-year-old son Jody and daughter Jade, three, with her husband Jamie, a builder. Facebooks Zuckerberg, Accused of Lying, Withstands a Washington Beating. The chief executive of social network was expecting sharp questions on its plan for a cryptocurrency called Libra, but House committee members had more on their list. Rose McGowan Sues Harvey Weinstein and Lawyers He Enlisted to Discredit Her. The lawsuit says David Boies and Lisa Bloom used underhanded tactics to stop the actress from publicizing her sexual assault allegations against the producer. Cases of pancreatic and colorectal cancer have soared by 10% across the world since 1990. There were 1.8million new cases of bowel cancer in 2017, up by 9.5 per cent over the last 27 years. Figures show 52,331 people were diagnosed with the disease in 2017 and 209,237 in the US. Woman Charged With Murder After Claiming Her Daughter Was Terminally Ill. The girl made national headlines while fulfilling a bucket list before she died at age 7 in 2017. Now her diagnoses, and her death, have been called into question. Trumps Syria and Ukraine Moves Further Alienate Americas Already Wary Allies. American allies in Europe have largely priced in President Trumps tantrums and fixed ideas, but are increasingly worried about their dependency on an undependable president. Buick Name Is Erased From Buicks as Sales Slip for Century-Old Marque. Since 2010, Buick dealers lots have been filled with a mlange of G.M.-owned vehicles borrowed from Opel, Holden, Daewoo and others, with a Buick badge affixed. WeWork's Claure warns layoffs are coming. WeWork's new executive chairman Marcelo Claure wrote in a memo to employees on Wednesday that layoffs were in the works at the U.S. office-space sharing start-up following a $9.5 billion rescue financing deal with SoftBank Group Corp.

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