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When does Sam Darnold’s suspension end?

The Cowboys quarterback is no longer on the roster and his suspension is not yet over, but he is eligible to return to action next week.Darnold missed a practice on Tuesday and has not played since.He was suspended after he punched a former teammate in the head during a fight.He

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Which is the best auto auction site?

Online auto auctions have become a hot topic of discussion among the automotive industry, and it is no surprise that most of the auctions featured on the sites are sold online.The sites are not necessarily based in the U.S. and often offer auctions of luxury and sport cars, as well

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Why is government spending so low?

Auctioneers, truck drivers, truck dealers and other businesses are all paying record low prices.In the past, the price of a piece of junk had been inversely related to the size of its inventories.But the government has cut its spending by about 50% in the past five years, largely as a

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How to get your own $100 million in government auctions

The government has a number of auctions scheduled this month that could be worth as much as $100 billion.Here’s a guide to the most interesting auctions in the coming months.In November, the Treasury will auction off more than 100,000 old vehicles and some $4.6 billion worth of property.That could make

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How to watch the SASR-3 event in London, 2019

The SASR 3 auction in London has begun, and if you’ve never been to the SASRs, you’re in for a treat.It is the first time the SASr auction has ever been held in London since its founding in 2016, and it promises to be one of the most memorable of

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Clinton’s auction of DNC files raises $1.3M for charity

An auction of documents that Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, purchased and used during the 2016 presidential campaign raised more than $1 million on Saturday for the charity of choice for Democrats: the American Red Cross.Auctioneer Howard Hughes told the Associated Press he took in $750,000

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