Daily Archives: September 24, 2017

Valbuena, Upton help Angels end skid with 7-5 win over Astros

It was a much-needed victory for the Angels, who are 4 1/2 games behind Minnesota for the second AL wild card. Continue reading

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{FD} Barbara Blaine, founder of abuse victims group SNAP, dies

Barbara Blaine, the founder and former president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, has died. Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading

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The Codfather gets nearly 4 years for evading fishing quotas

A U.S. fishing magnate known as “The Codfather” who pleaded guilty to evading fishing quotas and smuggling money to Portugal is set to be sentenced. Continue reading

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London’s Khan blasts Trump’s rhetoric, makes comparison to ISIS

The mayor of London on Sunday said President Trump is using the same rhetoric of ISIS when they say there is a clash of civilizations. Continue reading

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In quake-torn Mexican town, amputee toils to clear debris

Hector Rodarte Cedillo, a 27-year-old window washer and candy salesman, lost his right leg below the knee seven years ago when a car ran him over. Continue reading

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Church stoked tithing with unemployment scam, ex-members say

When Randy Fields’ construction company faced potential ruin because of the cratering economy, he pleaded with his pastor at Word of Faith Fellowship church to reduce the amount of money he was required to tithe every week. Continue reading

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Searchers dig as Mexico City reopening just 1% of schools

Search teams are still digging in dangerous piles of rubble hoping against the odds to find survivors at collapsed buildings, while officials say they have so far cleared only 103 of Mexico City’s nearly 9,000 schools to reopen Monday. Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Pilar skirts Mexico coast with rain and wind

Tropical Storm Pilar is moving northward in the Pacific just off Mexico’s western shore, raking coastal areas with rain and high winds after passing close to the resort city of Puerto Vallarta. Continue reading

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New York City throws a lot of money into its trash cans

A livid Manhattan official has complained about New Yorkers being ripped off by paying $1,000 for a single trash can. Continue reading

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McCain recalls how he learned about brain cancer

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., in an interview that aired Sunday said he is more energetic than ever while he undergoes treatment for an aggressive cancer. Continue reading

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NFL protests: Stars should get off their knees and lead a constructive conversation on race

As more than 100 NFL players protested during the singing of America’s national anthem across the country Sunday, what had been a small protest of the way police treat African-Americans turned into a much larger protest directed at President Trump. Continue reading

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New Zealanders to wait weeks for next leader after election

New Zealanders will likely need to wait two or three weeks to find out who will next lead their country after a general election on Saturday ended with an inconclusive result. Continue reading

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China insurance regulator sent to prosecutors in graft probe

China’s top anti-corruption agency says the country’s former insurance regulator has been expelled from the ruling Communist Party and turned over to prosecutors to face criminal charges. Continue reading

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Wild suffer first preseason loss to Avs

The Minnesota Wild got out to a 1-0 lead after one period, but the Colorado Avalanche responded with five unanswered goals of their own. Continue reading

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Rockies get crucial win Sunday vs Padres

The Rockies have a two-game lead in the Wild Card race. Continue reading

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Australians’ support of gay marriage weakens in new poll

Support for legalizing gay marriage in Australia weakened in an opinion poll released as voters are being asked where they stand on the issue in a national postal ballot. Continue reading

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McCain says Trump never apologized for ‘war hero’ dig

Sen. John McCain revealed on Sunday that President Trump never apologized to him for suggesting on the campaign trail that the senator and Vietnam prisoner wasn’t a war hero. Continue reading

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D-backs are postseason bound for first time in 6 years

Walk-off win over Miami clinches home-field advantage for NL wild-card game Continue reading

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Sudanese migrant in shooting spree in Tennessee church: “He shot her like she was a damn dog in his backyard”

Obama and Hillary brought them in. The Sudanese shooter rushed into the church wearing a black face mask, like the member of an Islamic front group. Joe Love, 67, and his wife Donna Love, 56, who live across the street from the church said they initially heard the shots but thought it was a nearby … Continue reading Continue reading

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Mystery of Great Pyramid may be solved, researchers say

New evidence proves that the ancient Egyptians constructed the Great Pyramid at Giza by transporting 170,000 tons of limestone in boats. Continue reading

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