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College football picks: Notre Dame will cover big number
Snap a shot of the Top 25. It won’t look this way for long — or anytime again soon. Due to the current absence of the Big Ten and Pac-12 from the polls, this week’s rankings feature seven teams unaffiliated with power conferences. Louisiana-Lafayette sits at No. 19 in the AP poll. Army is No....
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5 books not to miss: Posthumous memoir from Elijah Cummings, new Desus & Mero
A posthumous memoir is coming out from the beloved civil rights activist and longtime Baltimore Congressman Elijah Cummings.
It has to be racism, right? Liberal readers are still struggling to figure out Trump's base
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Full coverage: Jackie Lacey and George Gascón face off in L.A. County district attorney race
The November contest between Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey and former San Francisco Dist. Atty. George Gascón to oversee the nation's largest prosecutor's office has been framed as a test of appetites for criminal justice reform.
Planning on hiking in upstate New York's Adirondacks this fall? Expect a crowd
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Governor again overrules parole board recommendation to free ex-Mexican Mafia member
Rene Enriquez, a Mexican Mafia member who defected 18 years ago and helped law enforcement authorities incarcerate dozens of his onetime confederates, was denied parole for a fifth time.
Letters to the Editor: Why Americans are radicalizing: Is it the 'far left' or Trump's talk of three terms in office?
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Letters to the Editor: There is no saving the Republican Party after Trump
The GOP can't reach Latino voters because it would be antithetical to its one remaining core principle, keeping power in the hands of white people.
Time, TV, streaming info and players to watch as Stars, Lightning open Stanley Cup Final
The Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning face off in the Stanley Cup Final, starting Saturday in the Edmonton, Alberta bubble.
Help! Am I a “Karen”?
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Ban Facebook
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Video Shows LAPD Officer Launching a Foam Projectile at Protester's Groin
The Los Angeles Police Department released a video showing an officer shooting the protester.
She hasn't missed a Colts home game since team came to Indy in 1984. Her streak will end Sunday.
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at her home in Washington Friday night from complications related to pancreatic cancer. She was 87. Known as a fighter, Ginsburg dedicated much of her career to advancing women's rights. She argued several landmark sexual discrimination cases before serving on the nation's highest court for 27 years as the second woman ever appointed. Chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford looks at the icon's legacy.
Eye Opener: Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a legal giant and feminist icon, has died at the age of 87. As the country mourns her death, a new political battle has emerged. Also, popular video app TikTok will be banned from U.S. app stores. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
UFC on ESPN+ 36 play-by-play and live results (5 p.m. ET)
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Opinion: As the SEC pushed through with patience, the Big Ten faltered in its handling of COVID-19
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Trump is trying to rewrite history on the coronavirus. Here's the truth
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Brett Gardner doesn’t want Yankees tenure to end like this
Brett Gardner isn’t ready for the ride to end. Not without one more roll call. Nearing the end of the improbable journey that has seen a former College of Charleston walk-on morph into the longest-tenured player on the Yankees — the final remaining piece of the 2009 championship team — the 37-year-old Gardner said Friday...
Trump vs Biden on healthcare
Joe Biden has laid out a health care plan that would expand on Obamacare and President Donald Trump has vowed to eliminate it.
Giants’ Will Hernandez on facing fierce Bears: ‘Bring it on’
Do you think the last thing the Giants offensive line needs, after a disastrous season-opening performance, is to face another one of the NFL’s best defensive fronts? Then Will Hernandez has three words for you. “Bring it on,” Hernandez said. The hog mollies are eager to flip the narrative Sunday against the Bears after quarterback...
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Second Stimulus on Hold as Lawmakers Break for Weekend and Debate Ginsburg Replacement
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Brodie Van Wagenen has not spoken with potential incoming owner Steve Cohen since the hedge fund billionaire’s announced intention to buy the Mets, and not at all since a cursory talk last winter. The Mets’ general manager is looking at the expected transition from the Wilpon family to Cohen as “an opportunity” for him and...
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Gregg Williams: Jets defense was almost dominant in Week 1
Gregg Williams saw the potential for domination on Sunday — not of his defense, but by it. Where others witnessed the Jets unit getting overwhelmed most of the afternoon, allowing 404 yards of total offense, getting gashed by Josh Allen for a career-high 312 yards through the air, being unable to get off the field...
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Homes destroyed after winds push California fire into desert
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Rep. Brian Mast: It's the 10th anniversary of my 'Alive Day' – here's what I know now
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11 people are arrested after a demonstration outside a federal building in Portland
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Op-Ed: It was just a lovely morning walk with the dog — until the attack
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A congressional district in Maine and one in Nebraska could decide the presidency
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What does justice for Breonna Taylor actually look like?
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Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton back together in Yankees’ lineup
BOSTON — For the first time since Aug. 8, the Yankees had both Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton in the lineup together, with both sluggers having recovered from leg injuries. With lefty Martin Perez on the mound, manager Aaron Boone opted to put Judge in his customary No. 2 spot, with Stanton right behind him,...
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LeBron James questions awards voters after finishing second for MVP. ‘16 out of 101!’
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Gareth Bale looks for a fresh start as golden stay in Madrid turns sour
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Phil Mickelson looks to take ‘stress’ out of game after US Open flameout
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Trump’s Disrespect Endangers the Troops
If Donald Trump had been on the battlefield with me in Iraq back in November 2004, I doubt I ever would’ve made it home.In the Army, part of our soldier’s creed involves never leaving a fallen comrade behind. The only reason I am alive today is that, after a rocket-propelled grenade exploded in the Black Hawk helicopter I was co-piloting, my buddies embodied that creed. They thought I was dead but still risked their own safety to bring my body back home to my family. Only when they got me to a rescue aircraft did they realize that I was still breathing. Then they ignored their own injuries, refusing care until the medic tended to me first.[Read: ‘The military has seen the writing on the wall’]My crewmates were heroes that afternoon. Yet apparently, in Trump’s eyes, each of us in that aircraft must have been a “loser” because our helicopter got shot down by the enemy. Had we been killed, he very well might call us “suckers,” too. After all, those are the terms that, according to The Atlantic’s reporting, the commander in chief has used to describe members of the armed forces who have been killed, captured, or shot down in battle. He also told his staff that “nobody wants to see” wounded warriors like me who lost limbs fighting to keep other Americans safe.Trump might not like seeing visible proof of my injuries, but I couldn’t care less. To me, the wounds and wheelchairs of those who have worn our nation’s uniform should be considered badges of honor. I’m able to serve in the Senate today because the ethos of the United States military is the exact opposite of the craven, me-first mentality that he has shown every hour of every day of his gold-plated, privileged life.Senator Tammy Duckworth speaking with Senator Sherrod Brown in August, 2020. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty)From all he’s said, from all he’s done, it’s impossible for me to believe that, like my crewmates, Trump would have risked his own life to save mine or that of any other American in that dusty field in 2004. But Trump never would have been in Iraq with us that day, because he fundamentally cannot fathom the notion of sacrificing for your nation. He can’t comprehend the true meaning of courage or the idea of fighting for something greater than himself, his bank account, or his poll numbers. The Atlantic’s story is only more evidence that he isn’t able to grasp what the military is all about. He doesn’t understand service, so he doesn’t understand America’s service members: the heroes who have allowed him to sleep soundly high up in that gilded Fifth Avenue tower.When he deploys military personnel and uses tear gas to clear his way for a crude photo op, when he talks loosely about “my generals” and “my military,” when he treats weapons of war as political props in a July Fourth parade, he’s using our nation’s armed services to boost his own ego. When Trump embraces a convicted war criminal rejected by those who served alongside him, he is undermining both the military justice system and the good order and discipline that undergird our military’s strength.A commander in chief who cares nothing about fundamental decency damages troop morale and, with it, troop readiness. When service members go into combat, they need to know that those to their left and their right will never leave them behind. That no matter what, their buddies will get them out, if only to bring their body home to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. If the nation’s so-called leader regards these heroes as “suckers” or “losers,” he endangers every man and woman in uniform—and our nation’s safety right along with them.The U.S. military is the mightiest in the world because American service members uphold its values, which, in the Army, are loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, integrity, and personal courage. Trump has shown active disdain for each. If the person who is supposed to be commanding our military is unable—or unwilling—to understand the importance of that military’s values, those values will begin to break down. If the person charged with leading our troops questions the value of their service, the very few Americans who might be willing to defend the nation might begin to hesitate before enlisting, unsure whether their own crew would risk their life, as mine did, to carry their limp body back to safety. Yet in matters of both common decency and national security, Trump does not understand the damage that his attitudes can cause.Last week, I introduced a resolution honoring our troops, veterans, and Gold Star families and condemning Trump’s egregious comments. Republicans blocked it within moments, somehow deciding they’d rather protect Trump than affirm that the Senate will always respect the service members and military families who place the mission first time after time.In 1976, then-Army Chief of Staff General Frederick C. Weyand wrote that “the American Army really is a people’s Army in the sense that it belongs to the American people. … When the Army is committed the American people are committed … [The] Army is not so much an arm of the Executive Branch as it is an arm of the American people.” The same sentiment holds true for every military branch. Each one belongs to the American people and is made up of their mothers and fathers, siblings and spouses, all of whom have dedicated their lives to serving the nation they love on behalf of the people they love. It is my sincere hope—and my sincere belief—that other Americans understand the nature of troops’ sacrifice far better than the president does.[Timothy Kudo: Our complacent commander in chief ]The latest revelations have only strengthened my own resolve to keep honoring the heroes who saved me. I will take advantage of my second chance—using every extra moment I have, every extra breath I get to breathe—to look out for our current and former troops.When Trump mocks our service members, he’s also mocking every American in every part of this country. When he derides wounded warriors, he’s letting his own personal insecurities endanger our national security. When he makes fun of those who have fallen in battle, he’s just showing that the word sacrifice is so foreign to him, it might as well be in another language—and that service will never mean anything to him other than someone else serving him. This man is not fit to be commander in chief for another four minutes, let alone another four years.
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Albert Pujols belts 661st homer to pass Willie Mays on all-time list
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Albert Pujols needed nearly five weeks to tie Willie Mays for fifth place on the career home run list. It took only five days for the Los Angeles Angels slugger to pass him. Pujols hit No. 661 in the fifth inning on Friday night against the Texas Rangers to break the tie...
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