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People on Twitter are furious about a tiny technicality in Yahoo's fantasy football leagues

Last week, we informed countless fantasy football owners that Eddie Lacy’s presumed replacement Ty Mongtomery would only be eligible at wide receiver, which might cause some roster problems in Week 7. 398 more words


The Broken Way

The Broken Way—A Book Review

“You’ve never stood in the majesty of an oak that didn’t come from a busted seed.”

Ann Voskamp’s new book, The Broken Way; a daring path into the abundant life, is best summed up in her quote above. 451 more words

3Novices : Romanian parliament scraps over 100 taxes, including radio/TV fees

Romania’s parliament passed a bill on Tuesday to scrap over 100 small taxes, at an annual cost to the budget estimated at 1.6 billion lei ($387.42 million), in the latest fiscal easing measure ahead of a December 11 election. 82 more words


3Novices : As Calais 'Jungle' closes, women migrants in smaller camps fear influx

By Lin Taylor and Sally Hayden NORRENT-FONTES, France (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – At a small, muddy makeshift migrant camp in the quiet countryside of Norrent-Fontes, some 70 kilometres (43 miles) from Calais in northern France, Ethiopian and Eritrean women prepare to cook injera, a type of flatbread, for their lunch. 71 more words


3Novices : Irked Philippine police boss tells subordinates - talk to me, not media

The Philippines' police chief on Tuesday reprimanded officers and some senior generals for raising concerns with journalists about the country's war on drugs, telling subordinates to talk to him instead – if they were brave enough. 100 more words


3Novices : South Africa's Zuma says Gordhan charges a concern for all

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – South African President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday that fraud charges against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan were a concern for “all of us” and that he had never discussed the case with the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). 52 more words


3Novices : Irish parliament could decide on abortion referendum by end-2017

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ireland’s parliament could be in a position to decide on whether to hold a referendum to repeal restrictive abortion laws by the end of next year if a citizens’ assembly recommends a vote should be held to widen access. 39 more words