Trumps taps retired Marine general John Kelly for DHS

The president-elect is also reportedly considering retired Gen. Separately, Trump named the former chief executive of World Wrestling Entertainment, Linda McMahon, to head the Small Business Administration - and may have breathed new life into the candidacy of a secretary of state contender.

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Pakistani plane with more than 40 people aboard crashes in north

Pakistani plane with more than 40 people aboard crashes in north

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Detroit Pistons announce downtown move beginning next season

The team has played at Palace of Auburn Hills since 1988, and before that played at Pontiac Silverdome for a decade, so next season they will play in downtown Detroit for the first time in nearly 40 years. Relocating the Pistons and building a new practice facility and corporate offices will generate an additional $596.2 million in estimated total economic impact in Metro Detroit and create more than 2,100 jobs , according to a study by the University of Michigan Center for Sport ...

WWE Royal Rumble 2017: Brock Lesnar to Face Off with Goldberg?

Brock Lesnar program going forward. Goldberg hit him with two spears and a jackhammer (both of his finishers). Lesnar looked stunned by Goldberg's power, but as he turned his back on his opponent to get back to his feet, Goldberg charged and landed a huge spear.

Bound? Pistons owner weighs in on team's future home

Ian Thibodeau of the Detroit News tweeted a picture of a banner on the side of the LCA parking garage that featured five Pistons players and " Detroit Basketball" alongside a Little Caesars logo. The arena is being built beside the I-75 and Woodward Avenue intersection in Detroit's Midtown region and will be mere blocks from where the Detroit Tigers play at Comerica Park and where the Detroit Lions play at Ford Field, which are directly across the street from each other.
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