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Germany is the company's second biggest market after the US. Search results show empty lists despite stating that there are hundreds of results for the search query. And according to Burt Flickinger, the founder of retail consulting firm Strategic Resource Group, Amazon's growth will likely only skyrocket here, and could hit $2,000 per share by 2019.
  • Stream the new Drake double album Scorpion

    Stream the new Drake double album Scorpion

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    In " Emotionless ", a song featuring Mariah Carey , the October's Very Own (OVO) rapper addresses Pusha-T's accusations of him fathering and hiding a child . Drake's reply - well, lack thereof, marked a low for the rapper-singer, who had surprised music fans when won his rap beef with Meek Mill in 2015.
  • Meghan Markle and Queen aren't friends, expert claims

    Meghan Markle and Queen aren't friends, expert claims

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    Meghan, who has been traveling extensively with the royal family, including a train ride tour with the Queen and attending the Ascot Races this past weekend, has apparently not made any plans for her father to visit. We look forward to meeting many of you this evening - but we also hope to see you in action in your home countries someday, too". Meghan Markle and Prince Harry .
  • Marvel's Kevin Feige confirms LGBTQ characters are coming to MCU

    Marvel's Kevin Feige confirms LGBTQ characters are coming to MCU

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    The Playlist: It's not someone we've seen yet, I'm guessing? The 60-year-old actress stunned on the red carpet in a chic metallic jumpsuit by Saint Laurent at the premiere of her film "Ant-Man and the Wasp ". "After the first emotional outbursts of the movement and some horrendous situations that existed, it began to get more of a subtly of the situations rather than simply blackballing a lot of people on hearsay", he said, adding "I support the movement wholeheartedly".
  • Colombia v Poland player ratings

    Colombia v Poland player ratings

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    Robert Lewandowski said after Poland were eliminated from the World Cup with a 3-0 defeat to Colombia that his side lacked the quality needed to progress, admitting "it's not like we lost by a whisker". "It's very important [to finish top] because this World Cup is hard". Asked why he was so sure, Nawalka said Poland had carried out detailed analysis of their opponents, but what was more important was what his own team would do on the pitch.
  • Fallen Kingdom scores $15.3 million in domestic Thursday previews

    Fallen Kingdom scores $15.3 million in domestic Thursday previews

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    Comparatively, Jurassic World made $18.5 million on its first Thursday night back in 2015 before going on to an at-the-time weekend record high of $208.8 million. With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful series in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs-along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before.
  • Drive My Car! Watch Paul McCartney's epic Carpool Karaoke with James Corden

    Drive My Car! Watch Paul McCartney's epic Carpool Karaoke with James Corden

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    McCartney happily obliged - and even swapped seats with Corden as they harmonized on some of The Beatles' greatest hits, including " Drive My Car " and "Blackbird". As they look around, Sir Paul says one of the downstairs rooms is where "me and John would often come to rehearse or to write". Grohl went on to tell a story about a time he attended a party at McCartney's house.
  • Starbucks to close triple the normal number of stores as sales disappoint

    Starbucks to close triple the normal number of stores as sales disappoint

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    In April, Schultz worked closely alongside Chief Executive Kevin Johnson to help limit damage to the company's image after a racial profiling incident involving the arrest of two black men in a Philadelphia store. Starbucks also announced a number of strategic changes. "That becomes an area of concern for Starbucks". On a conference call with analysts, CEO Kevin Johnson said those regions include the Midwest and the South, where Starbucks is far less ubiquitous than it is in Manhattan ...
  • How AMC Theatres plans to compete with MoviePass

    How AMC Theatres plans to compete with MoviePass

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    Stubs A-List costs more and is of course limited to AMC theaters , but AMC is taking direct aim at MoviePass with features like seeing multiple movies per day and repeat visits to a movie you've already seen. MoviePass users can only purchase tickets on the day of a showing and, in most cases, they have to be at the theater before the ticket can be purchased.
  • Ronaldo earns edgy Portugal 1-0 win as Morocco's hopes end

    Ronaldo earns edgy Portugal 1-0 win as Morocco's hopes end

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    Portugal have no such concerns and will seek to win the group in their final game against Iran, while Morocco face Spain, both on June 25. American official Mark Geiger is at the centre of the controversy with Morocco's coach, Herve Renard, also unhappy with a number of decisions made.
  • Midges annoy players from England and Tunisia in Volgograd

    Midges annoy players from England and Tunisia in Volgograd

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    Depending on timings, if England got through to the knockout stages then that could surely go even higher. "I had to prove people wrong throughout my career and I love proving to myself I can do it", he said. It's a great start for England , but the evening didn't pass quite as smoothly as it could have for Gareth Southgate's men. The goal was Kane's second of the match giving England a win it probably deserved after dominating the majority of the clash.
  • Politicians visit border amid outrage on family separation

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    Attorney General Jeff Sessions has said the government must prosecute "adults who flout our laws" and added that if the United States builds a wall, the country won't have to separate kids and parents. "No more free passes, no more get-out-of-jail-free cards". "No. He did say he supported 'the bill.' He just doesn't - he's not specific, you know, he does things his own way", retiring Rep.
  • Seth MacFarlane Donates to NPR, KPCC After Slamming Fox News

    Seth MacFarlane Donates to NPR, KPCC After Slamming Fox News

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    MacFarlane, who kicked off the producers' show of dissent by criticizing Fox News host Tucker Carlson for telling viewers to "always assume the opposite of whatever they're telling you on the big news stations", followed his social media statements by donating $2 million to NPR and $500,000 to its Los Angeles affiliate KPCC, according to Deadline .
  • 'Moscow's never seen a party like this'

    'Moscow's never seen a party like this'

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    The proof is in audio clips of his narration of the moment when Lozano placed a ideal kick to secure Mexico's early lead. The measure of a team is how they respond to adversity, and it is what followed that will leave Germany's management team most concern and give genuine hope to rivals such as France , Spain , Brazil and - yes - even England .
  • Tiger Woods Just 4-Putted In Brutal Fashion

    Tiger Woods Just 4-Putted In Brutal Fashion

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    He's never had four double bogeys in a round, regardless of tournament. The par-70 course yielded just four sub-par scores, and there were 27 at 80 and higher, including a score of 92. "I was anxious about running the (first) putt by, left it short, blocked the next one, then blocked it again", said Woods, who added another double at 14.
  • 'Sons Of Anarchy' actor Alan O’Neill dies

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    No foul play is suspected in the actor's death. "I'll personally miss knowing Alan isn't sharing the planet with us any longer", she said. "May he rest in peace", Walsh added . News that the actor (legal name Michael Alan O'Neill) was pronounced dead at a residence in Toluca Lake, Calif. on Wednesday, June 6 at 6 p.m. The film is listed on IMDB as a movie where a group of teenagers get "terrorized" by remaining members of Charles Manson's "Family" when they visit the convicted mass ...
  • Joe Scarborough Hits Back at Donald Trump Over Melania Tweet

    Joe Scarborough Hits Back at Donald Trump Over Melania Tweet

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    Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to address increasingly freakish rumors about Melania's whereabouts after undergoing an " embolization procedure " for a " benign kidney condition ". Well, the suspense is over, because on Monday night, Melania Trump was in attendance at a Gold Star Families reception. Mr. Trump issued a statement Monday evening saying the full National Football League team would not be coming to the White House Tuesday after several players indicated they ...
  • Meghan Markle is going on a solo outing ...with the Queen

    Meghan Markle is going on a solo outing ...with the Queen

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    Meghan's husband Prince Harry and her brother in law Prince William and Kate Middleton have never received such an invite from the Queen . Members of the royal family will undertake a parade from Buckingham Palace, down to The Mall to Horse Guard's Parade and back to the palace, where an RAF fly-past will take place.
  • 'Roseanne' cancelled: ABC axes comedy after comedian's tweet

    'Roseanne' cancelled: ABC axes comedy after comedian's tweet

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    A second season of Roseanne Barr's revived sitcom was canned in the wake of a tweet she made about former President Obama's senior advisor Valerie Jarrett . "I made a awful mistake wh (ich) cause hundreds of ppl 2 lose their jobs". "I mean, you were already racist but maybe Ambien made it worse?" In addition, Roseanne Barr's firing from the network left stars of other ABC television shows extremely happy.
  • ABC cancels Roseanne after star compares Obama staffer to ape

    ABC cancels Roseanne after star compares Obama staffer to ape

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    In a statement ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey said: " Roseanne's Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have made a decision to cancel her show". I hope you can accept this honest apology!" she wrote in a tweet to Jarrett. "Forgive me, it was of very bad taste". The consulting producer on Roseanne tweeted that she would not be returning to the show.
  • Actor and model Brigitte Nielsen is expecting her fifth child

    Actor and model Brigitte Nielsen is expecting her fifth child

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    Actor Brigitte Nielsen , 54, is expecting her fifth child. The former model and actress is married to 39-year-old producer Mattia Dessi . People reports that Celebrity Big Brother contestant Nielsen is already mother to four sons: Raoul Meyer Jr , 23; Douglas Meyer , 25; Killian Gastineau , 28; and Julian Winding , 34.
  • Area stores not affected as Sears announces closings

    Area stores not affected as Sears announces closings

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    The company said closing sales for the 63 stores would begin in June, and the stores would close by September. No North Carolina stores were named among the group of closures this time, according to a list the company released Thursday afternoon.
  • Roseanne Barr once said Boston Marathon bombings were a ‘false flag’

    Roseanne Barr once said Boston Marathon bombings were a ‘false flag’

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    Interested in Roseanne ? Add Roseanne as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Roseanne news, video, and analysis from ABC News. ABC canceled its top-rated show Tuesday after Barr described former Obama administration adviser Jarrett, an African-American, as the offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood and " Planet of the Apes ".
  • Roseanne Barr blames Ambien for tweet; drug maker replies

    Roseanne Barr blames Ambien for tweet; drug maker replies

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    Her TV daughter Sara Gilbert - who said on Tuesday that Barr's comments were "abhorrent" - was a frequent target of posts by Barr's supporters, including one who called Gilbert a "backstabber". "I want to mention Bob Iger, who is the CEO of Disney , called me before the announcement", Jarrett, 61, said . "ME", Barr wrote. "You throw me under the bus.