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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: Michael Carrick key to Paul Pogba form

The equaliser also tempered Phil Jones' personal delight at putting together back-to-back starts for the first time in 11 months. And Wilkins says the Old Trafford boss was wrong to bench Rooney, claiming he would have axed Anthony Martial instead.

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Facebook CEO Addresses Company's Plan To Deal With Fake News

On Friday, Zuckerberg specified that Facebook now watches for things like "people sharing links to myth-busting sites such as Snopes" to determine whether a post might be misleading or false. Facebook's fake news problem has been highlighted time and again following the elections. Though the CEO insists that Facebook is not a media company and that blaming Facebook for the outcome of the United States election is "pretty insane", he has promised to fight misinformation on the site.

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Bengals' AJ Green carted off after suffering hamstring injury

That seems like a long shot at this point. When Green has 100 or more yards in a single game, the Bengals are 3-0-1. The good news is Eifert played a season-high 89 percent of Cincinnati's offensive snaps. The Cincinnati Bengals offense was bad, with Dalton throwing two interceptions. The Bengals haven't been in the top 10 of an NFL Draft since Cincinnati took Green No.

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GOP lawmaker asks officials to answer questions on NSA chief

Mike Rogers be removed as the head of the National Security Agency, according to the Washington Post . The president has reportedly not taken action on the recommendation because he is also mulling over whether to separate the NSA from the nation's Cyber Command, an issue that would complicated Rogers's departure.

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Chinese makers lead smartphone growth

After slowly moving on from their disastrous Note 7, recent reports have pointed out to a Winnipeg man claiming to have been burned not by the Galaxy Note 7, but by a device that's been one of the most steady devices that Samsung has right now: the Galaxy S7 .

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South Korea rejects Google request to use mapping data

The Seoul government has said it may allow Google to use the government-supplied maps if it deletes or blurs sensitive and military facilities on the maps, including the presidential office Cheong Wa Dae. Government officials have said Google would win an export license if it used maps that have blurred out sensitive areas, even when accessed from overseas.