Daily Archives: September 21, 2017

Brewers drop series-opening game to Cubs in 10 innings

The Milwaukee Brewers had a 3-2 lead going into the ninth inning but lose 5-3 to the Chicago Cubs. Continue reading

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5 things to know about N. Korean leader’s rebuke of Trump

On the surface it seems like more of the same: North Korea responds to another threat by U.S. President Donald Trump by calling him a “deranged” old man who will “pay dearly” for his insults. Continue reading

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Trump judicial pick’s remarks on transgender children draw Dems’ ire

A Texas federal judge nominee who once called transgender children an evidence of “Satan’s plan” will face tough questions at a confirmation hearing at the Senate Judiciary Committee later this year. Continue reading

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Judge won’t dismiss suit challenging police-as-prosecutors

A New York judge refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by two women trying to stop police lawyers from serving as prosecutors in their low-level cases and others like them, suggesting the arrangement was filled with ethical problems. Continue reading

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Murderer sues Kansas prison for ‘imposing Christian beliefs’

A female convicted murderer in Kansas filed a lawsuit this week, alleging that prison officials have been “imposing Christian beliefs” on her and other inmates. Continue reading

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Rams win in a shootout over the 49ers 41-39

It came down to the wire but the Rams got the job done in San Francisco. Continue reading

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Bomb kills 4 soldiers, wounds 6 in southern Thailand

Thai police say a roadside bomb in the country’s insurgency-plagued south has killed four army rangers and wounded five other rangers and a civilian. Continue reading

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Flowers, Tice lead No. 21 USF to victory over Temple

Darius Tice rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns as No. 21 South Florida dominated Temple 43-7 on Thursday night. Continue reading

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Stalock records shutout, Wild earn 1-0 preseason win

Alex Stalock stopped all 21 shots he faced in the Minnesota Wild’s 1-0 preseason win over the Winnipeg Jets. Continue reading

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Reds swept by Cardinals after 8-5 loss in series finale

Cincinnati wraps up a 3-3 homestand, which began with a three-game sweep of the Pirates. Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Mission Viejo, Santa Margarita stars as kids

CIF-SS Alumni Watch: Rasheem Green, DL, USC (Serra) Continue reading

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Back on track: Twins rout Tigers 12-1

Joe Mauer and Jorge Polanco had three hits each, and the Minnesota Twins extended their lead for the American League’s second wild card. Continue reading

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For Rohingya Muslim child refugees, too many losses to count

Children make up about 60 percent of more than 420,000 people who have poured in to Bangladesh over the last four weeks — Rohingya Muslims fleeing terrible persecution in Myanmar. Continue reading

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Matt Andriese, Rays hand W to Orioles in 1st inning

Gabriel Ynoa pitched eight innings and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 on Thursday night in a matchup between fading AL East teams. Continue reading

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Pakistan officials adamant that ‘hero’ doctor who helped capture Usama bin Laden remain behind bars

Dr. Shakil Afridi, the physician turned CIA asset who was instrumental in determining the location and identity of Usama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan is hailed as a hero in the eyes of American officials. Continue reading

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Tebow, Rubio help with Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Florida Keys

Big names came to help out the Keys, in the form of former football player Tim Tebow and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. Continue reading

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Wolves ink guard Aaron Brooks to finalize training camp roster

The Minnesota Timberwolves signed free-agent point guard Aaron Brooks Thursday, adding a veteran journeyman who has played nine NBA seasons. Continue reading

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Patriotic parent balks at teacher’s gender-neutral Declaration of Independence

A patriotic parent in Mesa, Ariz., got her fourth-grade child moved to a different class after finding out the teacher had students recite a gender-neutral version of the Declaration of Independence. Continue reading

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North Korea could test hydrogen bomb in Pacific, top diplomat says

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un lashed out at President Trump Thursday, saying the American leader was “deranged” and vowing that Trump would “pay dearly” for his threat to destroy North Korea. Continue reading

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Woman gives birth to ‘miracle’ baby after learning she has cancer

A woman who found out during her pregnancy that she had ovarian cancer, gave birth to a healthy baby boy. Continue reading

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