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Saturday Night Live Jabs at Trump, Michael Flynn and Matt Lauer. Saturday Night Live returned after a one-week absence and addressed a very busy news week.

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DAILY BRIEFING Nationwide apologises for online issues. Building society Nationwide has apologised for a technical issue that meant customers were unable to access their online and mobile banking services on Monday. Harlequins 20-19 Saracens Match report. Tim Visser's try 90 seconds from time condemned Saracens to a third cheap straight Premiership defeat as Harlequins hit back to win 20-19 in a nail-biting thriller at the Stoop. US Airways makes final flight. US Airways flight 1939 lands in Philadelphia, marking the last flight for the airline which merged with American Airlines. Katharine Jackson reports. 2018 Grammy Nominations. The nominees for 20 of the 84 categories.

Man developed sepsis and will lose legs after dog scratch. Barry Wallace, 48, from Nottingham, was rushed to AE after developing a fever. His feet and part of his nose and ears began turning black within hours of the tiny scratch from the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Dial O for Ohtani The Negotiating Begins. Major League Baseball on Friday ratified a new posting agreement with Japanese baseball, which allows North American teams to start bargaining with Shohei Ohtani. Tottenham failed to back Mauricio Pochettino. At the end of the season, Daniel Levy and the Tottenham board will be confronted by a question Did we do everything in our power to help our manager Mauricio Pochettino this season?

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