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Brady slams 'Deflategate' suspension, says, 'I did nothing wrong'

Wednesday, 29 July 2015 07:13 Written by
Story highlights "I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either," Tom Brady saysBrady says it was his practice to have his old phone destroyed when he got a new oneThe players' union announces it intends to file appeal of Commissioner Roger Goodell's latest decision (CNN)[Breaking news update, posted at 7:45 a.m. ET] In a post made to his verified Facebook page Wednesday morning, New
Altria Sells More Marlboros, Raises Earnings Outlook
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 07:05 Written by
Altria's second-quarter profit climbed, benefiting from selling more cigarettes and raising prices. The Marlboro maker also lifted its 2015 adjusted profit forecast and announced a $1 billion stock repurchase program. The increase in cigarettes sold is unusual in a time when tobacco companies have routinely seen declines as people smoke fewer cigarettes because of tax increases, smoking bans and increasing social stigma. Camel cigarette maker Reynolds American said Tuesday that it also sold more
Opinion: Conservation hunting -- boon to wildlife or unjustifiable sport?
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 07:01 Written by
Story highlightsUncompromising positions on each side of debateScience journals argue that conservation hunting can sometimes help speciesBut question remains: Does it send the wrong message? (CNN)Can so-called conservation hunting actually benefit wildlife? Or is it the killing of endangered animals for sport unconscionable, no matter what? The debate is emotional on both sides. And it has grown louder this month since Corey Knowlton, a Texas hunter, went to Namibia
Spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard granted parole
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:51 Written by
(CNN)Convicted spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole and will be released from an American jail on Nov. 21, his lawyer announced Tuesday. Pollard's release -- exactly 30 years after his arrest -- could help ease the tensions between the United States and Israel that have grown over the Iran nuclear deal, which President Barack Obama supports and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vehemently opposes.
5 things prison escapee told law enforcement
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:51 Written by
Story highlightsDavid Sweat was on the run for weeks before being shot and capturedHe and fellow inmate Richard Matt escaped from maximum security prison "The Great Prison Escape," a special report from Randi Kaye, airs at 9 p.m. ET Tuesday (CNN)David Sweat escaped the maximum security Clinton Correctional Facility on June 6, along with fellow prisoner Richard Matt. The two had been on the run for nearly three
NFL upholds Brady's four-game 'Deflategate' suspension
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:51 Written by
Story highlights NFLPA says it offered for Tom Brady to pay fine if suspension was reduced but league wanted admission of guiltTom Brady says it was his practice to have his old phone destroyed when he got a new oneThe players' union announces it intends to file appeal of Commissioner Roger Goodell's latest decision (CNN)The National Football League has upheld a four-game suspension of New England Patriots star quarterback
U.S. hunter says he's sorry about Cecil the lion's death
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:51 Written by
Story highlightsA Zimbabwean land owner and professional hunter are due to appear in courtMinnesota dentist says he relied on expertise of local guides "to ensure a legal hunt"Zimbabwe officials says the American paid at least $50,000 to a safari guide (CNN)Two Zimbabwean men were expected to appear in court Wednesday over the killing of Cecil the lion, one of Africa's best known big cats. But most of the attention
Curb Your Spending Appetite With an All-Cash Diet
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:33 Written by
Freezing your assets –- like in “Confessions of a Shopaholic” -– shows us how some go to extremes to chill their spending. Following that strategy is 23-year-old Kathleen Elkins, a “Business Insider” reporter challenging herself to a cash-only diet. She’s budgeting $125 a week for daily purchases outside of rent and utilities, which is about $21 less than the typical budget of a single American, according to the IRS. “It's a great way to one,
Massachusetts man accused of plotting college bombing due in court
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:31 Written by
BOSTON The son of a Boston police captain arrested this month and accused of planning to bomb a college cafeteria on behalf of the Islamic State militant group is due in court on Wednesday to face criminal charges. Alexander Ciccolo, 23, was arrested on July 4 after illegally receiving four guns from a person working with the U.S. Justice Department, which had placed him under surveillance after his father alerted authorities to his activities. Ciccolo…
Germany's HeidelbergCement to Buy Italcementi
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 06:11 Written by
Germany's HeidelbergCement AG says it plans to buy Italy's Italcementi, starting with the 1.67 billion euro ($1.85 billion) acquisition of a 45 percent stake. HeidelbergCement said late Tuesday it agreed to buy the stake from financial investor Italmobiliare for 10.60 euros per share in cash and shares. Once the purchase is completed, expected next year, it plans a mandatory takeover offer to remaining shareholders. HeidelbergCement says it expects that offer to be at the

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