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5 reasons why the Capitals will finally advance to conference final

The Capitals have forced the Pittsburgh Penguins into a victor take all showdown on Wednesday in Verizon. In the third period, Ovechkin will win it for the Capitals. all of the things that won them the Stanley Cup (and a Game 6 versus the Capitals a year ago) they suddenly quit doing. Grab a pen and paper, write down the result for every past meeting between the Penguins and Capitals - all the postseason outcomes, Game 7s, overall records - all of it.



Russian Federation row: Putin offers to release meeting record

Speaking at a joint news conference with the visiting Italian prime minister, Putin said Moscow initially found debates about Russia's meddling in United States politics as "funny" but said Moscow is now "concerned because it's hard to imagine what the people who produce such nonsense can come up with next".


Trump willing to try engagement with N.Korea, on conditions - Seoul

Trump willing to try engagement with N.Korea, on conditions - Seoul

In recent weeks Beijing and Seoul have signalled a desire to fix relations following the election of South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has taken a friendlier stance toward China than his conservative predecessor. CD REV's Wang Zixin told The Associated Press that the group hopes to rally Chinese worldwide against the deployment of THAAD and demonstrate China's "tough stance" on the issue.


Family of musician Chris Cornell disputes he killed himself

Family of musician Chris Cornell disputes he killed himself

Chris Cornell's wife and lawyer said in a press release they are disturbed by a MI medical examiner's ruling that Cornell committed suicide this week, since toxicology tests have not yet been completed. Asked about his past addictions, Mr Cornell often remarked that drug problems were overlooked among non-famous people. In a 1994 interview with Rolling Stone, he said he had used drugs daily from age 13.



Trump leaves tumult at home, will visit Middle East, Europe

Before Trump's departure on Friday, Washington and Riyadh announced the establishment of their first "joint terrorist designation" by blacklisting Hashem Safieddine, a senior official at the Lebanese resistance group Hezbollah. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said last week that the visit was aimed at getting Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations in the region to stand in "unity" with Israel and confront Iran.