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Bleacher Report
Buy or Sell: Are Things Really 'Going Well' Between Conor McGregor and the UFC?The relationship between the UFC and its biggest star, Conor McGregor, has neve
Bleacher Report / Posted 2 days ago
The relationship between the UFC and its biggest star, Conor McGregor, has never been more opaque than it is right now. The lightweight champion hasn't fought in the Octagon since November 2016, when he won the 155-pound title from Eddie Alvarez at... Read more
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Boston Globe
Read a transcript of President Trump’s Thursday meeting on gun violencePresident Donald Trump on Thursday held his second White House meeting in two d
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
President Donald Trump on Thursday held his second White House meeting in two days to discuss how to respond to the shooting that killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The following is a transcript provided by a... Read more
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CBS News
Rodney Alcala: The Killing GameProduced by Gayane Keshishyan Mendez and Tom Seligson When "48 Hours" first in
CBS News / Posted 7 days ago
Produced by Gayane Keshishyan Mendez and Tom Seligson When "48 Hours" first investigated the case of Rodney Alcala, he had been convicted of the murder of five California women. But it wasn't over; he would be tied to other cold cases. A series of... Read more
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Business Insider
Mueller's latest move just dealt the White House a massive 'black eye'Friday of 13 Russian nationals and three organizations paints a stark picture o
Business Insider / Posted 8 days ago
Friday of 13 Russian nationals and three organizations paints a stark picture of Russia's election interference. The indictment threw a wrench into President Donald Trump's claims that the Russia investigation is a "hoax" and a "witch... Read more
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FOX News
Sometimes it feels good to be a dupe On the roster: - FBI missed a tip on Florida shooter - Immigration deal stuc
FOX News / Posted 9 days ago
On the roster: - FBI missed a tip on Florida shooter - Immigration deal stuck in gridlock - The Mitt-ness, Senate edition - Runtime error SOMETIMES IT FEELS GOOD TO BE A DUPE... Read more
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FOX News
Sometimes it feels good to be a dupeOn the roster: - FBI missed a tip on Florida shooter - Immigration deal stuck
FOX News / Posted 9 days ago
On the roster: - FBI missed a tip on Florida shooter - Immigration deal stuck in gridlock - The Mitt-ness, Senate edition - Runtime error SOMETIMES IT FEELS GOOD TO BE A DUPE American dupes of the Kremlin during... Read more
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DW
Berlinale opening: Wes Anderson's 'Isle of Dogs' is a Japanophile's feast |With a timing that could have been scripted by Wes Anderson himself, the Berlin
DW / Posted 10 days ago
With a timing that could have been scripted by Wes Anderson himself, the Berlin International Film Festival opened with the director's latest movie, "Isle of Dogs" — just a day before the Year of the Dog begins in China. The filmmaker's ninth... Read more
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New Now Next
We, Tonya: How The Tonya Harding Biopic Speaks Directly To UsIt’s curious to witness the reassessment of figure skater Tonya Harding through
New Now Next / Posted 10 days ago
It’s curious to witness the reassessment of figure skater Tonya Harding through the Oscar-nominated I, Tonya, and in the public’s general perception. At any point in the past, it would be Nancy Kerrigan getting the Hollywood treatment. Gorgeous,... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Class struggles: 'AP Bio' is a solid sitcom that's not for this momentWhen I first heard about “A.P. Bio” — the new NBC sitcom created by Mike O’Brie
Rutland Herald / Posted 10 days ago
When I first heard about “A.P. Bio” — the new NBC sitcom created by Mike O’Brien and Seth Meyers and starring Glenn Howerton and Patton Oswalt — I was fully on board. The trailers promised just the sort of snarky, acerbic “no lessons, no hugs” sitcom... Read more
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The Rice Thresher
Immortality: An Oral History of the 2003 Rice baseball teamIt has been 15 years since Rice baseball claimed the school’s first and only na
The Rice Thresher / Posted 11 days ago
It has been 15 years since Rice baseball claimed the school’s first and only national championship. The image of the team’s dogpile on the Rosenblatt Stadium mound is still etched in the memories of Rice fans a decade and a half later. But the season... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Plenty of intrigue remains as Cubs and White Sox open campEpstein was referring to the media’s tendency to proclaim certain teams “winner
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
Epstein was referring to the media’s tendency to proclaim certain teams “winners of the offseason” based on a series of moves that seemed to be sound at the time. It was a subjective title, of course, and as White Sox general manager Rick Hahn... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
NIU Sports newsletter sample: Sutton Smith doesn't skip leg dayNIU defensive end Sutton Smith (15) reacts after scoring a touchdown on a fumbl
Daily Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
NIU defensive end Sutton Smith (15) reacts after scoring a touchdown on a fumble by against the Western Michigan Broncos at Huskie Stadium in DeKalb November 15. Editor's Note: This first appeared in the Daily Chronicle's first NIU sports... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
More than free shipping: The best movies on Amazon Prime right nowWhen Amazon debuted its Amazon Prime service more than a decade ago, CEO Jeff B
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 17 days ago
When Amazon debuted its Amazon Prime service more than a decade ago, CEO Jeff Bezos and company simply wanted to give their loyal band of customers a chance to save some scratch on shipping costs. As the service gained a massive subscription base,... Read more
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MLive.com
Deportations, despair and big court backups amid Michigan immigration crackdownDETROIT, MI — Joazhino Munoz was 12 years old when his mother brought him from
MLive.com / Posted 17 days ago
DETROIT, MI — Joazhino Munoz was 12 years old when his mother brought him from Mexico to the United States seeking a better life. As a high school student in Detroit, he met his wife, Natalie, and today — 20 years after his arrival in the U.S. —... Read more
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SportingNews
Eagles school rest of NFL with perfect formula for Super Bowl runNow that the underdog Eagles are the top dogs in the NFL, there are lots of les
SportingNews / Posted 18 days ago
Now that the underdog Eagles are the top dogs in the NFL, there are lots of lessons other NFL executives and coaches can learn from their impressive championship run. Let's start with having a general manager willing to take chances. I'm not just... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
A guy named Enver went to Denver and did the most epic thing possibleKUSA - He always tells people his name is “Denver, but without the D” and now E
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 18 days ago
KUSA - He always tells people his name is “Denver, but without the D” and now Enver Siddiky has a visual representation of his name that’s nothing short of awesome. Enver lives in Virginia Beach, and when he realized he had a long layover in Denver... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
A guy named Enver went to Denver and did the most epic thing possibleKUSA - He always tells people his name is “Denver, but without the D” and now E
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 19 days ago
KUSA - He always tells people his name is “Denver, but without the D” and now Enver Siddiky has a visual representation of his name that’s nothing short of awesome. Enver lives in Virginia Beach, and when he realized he had a long layover in Denver... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Super Bowl LII commercials tout diversity but keep it lightThe brigade of commercials for NBC’s Sunday telecast of Super Bowl LII trod gen
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 days ago
The brigade of commercials for NBC’s Sunday telecast of Super Bowl LII trod gently on political issues and went for heartstrings and easy laughs. The mostly uplifting tone of the spots is a sign advertisers believed that viewers of TV’s most-watched... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Science of playing fast and looseAs the Blacks Caps take on the Aussies tonight,Kurt Bayer looks at the science
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
As the Blacks Caps take on the Aussies tonight,Kurt Bayer looks at the science of pace bowling. Scratching guard, Mark Greatbatch noticed blood. Stained ruby, it seeped into the rock-caked pitch mud. It belonged to team-mate, and debutant, Phil... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
A board gag order would just be a Band-AidApparently the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, the flagship university in
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
Apparently the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, the flagship university in this great state, has a board of trustees that is considering emulating Arkansas State University and the University of Texas. Outgoing Chairman Ben Hyneman of Jonesboro... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Arts events to check out in Connecticut through Feb. 3Canoe Brook Senior Center, 11 Cherry Hill Road, branfordlandtrust.org. Clinton
The Middletown Press / Posted 24 days ago
Canoe Brook Senior Center, 11 Cherry Hill Road, branfordlandtrust.org. Clinton: Poetry circle monthly meeting, casual gathering to read, listen to and discuss your favorite poems, Feb. 3 (first Saturday each month), 11 a.m., Henry Carter Hull... Read more
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NFL.com
Eagles QB coach John DeFilippo driven by passion for jobObsessive hours are poured into the task. Pre-dawn mornings. Lamp-lit midnight
NFL.com / Posted 25 days ago
Obsessive hours are poured into the task. Pre-dawn mornings. Lamp-lit midnights in the office alone. Watching snap after snap of looped game film in search of that one elusive clue to unpacking the mystery. Teaching signal-callers at the pro level... Read more
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