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Diamondbacks rally comes too little, too late in loss to Dodgers


PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks had their ace on the mound and drew seven walks at the plate. It wasn’t good enough against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Kenta Maeda limited ...

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Imagine Neymar on PSG because it kind of almost happened

Neymar ,PSG

Did Neymar almost leave Barcelona this summer? All of the papers had reports of his looking at a move, but now Neymar has confirmed that he did go as far ...

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Man City hold out hope for Lionel Messi; Juventus monitor Alexis

Man City,Juventus

The transfer window may be shut, but don’t think that the wheeling and dealing won’t continue! Free transfers can still be submitted to the FAs, plus there’s always January to ...

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Experts chip away at mystery of van Gogh’s breakdowns

van Gogh

It’s long been known Vincent van Gogh had issues: He sliced off his ear during an 1888 breakdown, which was followed by his apparent suicide in 1890. Now a group ...

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Juan Williams: Retired NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton takes a place among America’s legendary lawmen

Juan Williams,NYPD

When New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton leaves headquarters for the last time this month, the retiring 68-year-old lawman immediately takes a place besides Wyatt Earp and Elliott Ness ...

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Stop the insanity! High school football fans told to stop chanting “USA, USA”

USA, High school

Patriotism is under fire in Western Michigan. The OK Conference, representing 50 schools, has announced a crackdown on fans chanting, “USA” at football games. They are also implementing strict rules ...

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6 Things to Consider Before Installing Tile Flooring

Tile Flooring

Gearing up for tile floors? Don’t hammer away just yet. It’s important to plan for every little detail, including what you’re going to do with your baseboards and whether the ...

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‘Shoeless Joe’ author W.P. Kinsella dies at 81


VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Canadian novelist W.P. Kinsella, who blended magical realism and baseball in the book that became the smash hit film “Field of Dreams,” has died. He was ...

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New poll shows Clinton and Trump nearly tied in Michigan

Clinton and Trump,New poll

WASHINGTON – A month after it appeared the race for president in Michigan might be all but over, Republican Donald Trump has cut deeply into Democrat Hillary Clinton’s post-convention lead, ...

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Black Lives Matter activist changes tune on police following robbery

Black Lives Matter

A University of Houston grad student active in the local Black Lives Matter movement is suddenly all for police patrols in his neighborhood — after he was robbed at gunpoint ...

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