Rizin FF 24 results: Kai Asaskura demolishes Shoji Maruyama in non-title showcase
Rizin FF bantamweight champion Kai Asakura gave the latest demonstration of his striking power as he defeated Shoji Maruyama in one round at Rizin FF 24.       Related StoriesTwitter reacts to Israel Adesanya's masterful title defense against Paulo Costa at UFC 253Twitter reacts to Jan Blachowicz's TKO of Dominick Reyes at UFC 253 – and Jon Jones went hardCage Warriors 116 live results
He lost his brother to Covid-19. Twelve days later, he died, too
Nicholas Gismondi lost his older brother, Ralph Gismondi to Covid-19. Twelve days later, Nicholas also died due to the coronavirus pandemic.
NFL picks for Week 3: Beat up 49ers still have enough to top Giants
Welcome to Week 3, which is not a happy place for teams that are 0-2 nor handicappers who are 13-17-2 against the spread. Where those teams turn for help is their problem, but this handicapper is going to seek comfort in an overwhelming recent trend. VSiN’s Steve Makinen reports that over the past four seasons,...
Steve Doocy: If you invite the president of the US to your house, you really should tell your spouse
For much of the 1980s I was the feature reporter at the NBC-owned TV station in Washington, D.C.
Niagara Falls: Take a photo tour of the iconic park
Niagara Falls, arguably the most famous and most visited waterfall in North America, is part of the nation's oldest state park. Writer Gary Garth takes you on a tour.
Niagara Falls: Free admission and other things you may not know about this tourist spot
Did you know that Niagara Falls actually consists of three falls and that it's a state park that doesn't charge an admission fee?
Fight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC 253
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What the United Nations Gets Wrong About Fighting Anti-Semitism | Opinion
Censorship cannot reverse hate. Only more contact with Jews, deeper understanding of the Holocaust and Nazi ideology, and knowledge of Israel's ancient and modern history can change people's beliefs and behaviors.
'The Comey Rule': See Brendan Gleason as Donald Trump and More
Gleeson and Jeff Daniels lead a stacked cast in a Showtime dramatization of James Comey's 2018 memoir, "A Higher Loyalty."
A pandemic. War. Vanderbilt football continued despite the misery of 1918
Infected players. War. Vanderbilt football suffered through 1918 season during the Spanish flu pandemic and emerged with plenty of stories to tell.
Who will be next must-see player to emerge in NFL?
In the last two seasons, quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson rose to become league MVPs and must-see players. Who will be next?
Trump has stacked the federal bench, but he's not winning many election court battles
President Donald Trump stacked the federal judiciary long before nominating his third Supreme Court justice. So far, that hasn't helped him gain an advantage in 2020 voting nearly as much as he might have liked.
Crowd Supporting Trump in Rally Sought to 'Make America Godly Again,' Prayed For Police And End To Abortion
The National Prayer March was led by Rev. Franklin Graham, a conservative evangelical and Trump supporter, in downtown Washington.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones: Seahawks' Russell Wilson has 'unique ways to frustrate defenses'
Dallas Cowboys must figure out how to generate more pass rush pressure or Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will make them pay.
Pompeo claims Trump foreign policy has made world safer, Americans' lives 'more secure'
The idea that President Trump is "anti-military" and is suspicious of U.S. intelligence agencies is an untrue "media narrative," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News' "Life, Liberty & Levin" in an interview airing Sunday night.
RNC Chair McDaniel: Trump nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court fulfills campaign promise
When President Trump ran for office in 2016, one of the most important pledges he made was that if elected, he would appoint qualified, constitutional originalist judges to the federal courts. Four years later, chalk that up as just one more example of “Promise Made and Promise Kept.”
Armenia Declares Marshall Law Calling on Citizens to 'Be Ready to Protect Our Holy Homeland' as Azerbaijan Launches Attack
Both sides blame each other for civilian deaths following clashes over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
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Darren Waller overcame drug addiction to become Raiders’ breakout star
The Oxycontin use began when he was 15, the drinking a year later, and because he was so respectful and reserved and such a good student, and a hard-hitting safety and towering wide receiver for the football team at North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Ga., he was able to hide the pain in his...
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Companies are staying private longer, should you invest pre-IPO?
Pre-IPO investment platforms have revolutionized and democratized the process. No longer just in the purview of celebrities or large mutual funds.       
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What Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Nomination Means For The 2020 Election
The focus on the court could help energize conservatives in key states. Progressives are fired up, too — immediately after Saturday's announcement, Democrats tied Barrett to a fight for health care.
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Presidential Votes Have Been Too Close To Call And Even Too Close to Count
The uncertainty of past U.S. elections may not offer an adequate model given the magnitude of this year's problems and the apparent determination of the incumbent to resist any adverse results.
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NY Parole Of Former Black Panther Activist Who Murdered 2 Cops Sparks Reform Debate
Anthony Bottom, 68, is at the center of a discussion over elderly inmates convicted of violent crimes in their youth. Reform advocates say after decades behind bars most should go home.
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Some Black Americans Buying Guns: 'I'd Rather Go To Trial Than Go To The Cemetery'
As the U.S. faces a fight for racial justice in the aftermath of police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, some Black Americans are considering how they can best protect themselves.
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Big companies are swallowing up smaller ones. Why that's not good for the economy
The trend toward industry concentration has boosted corporate profits, but also consumer prices and income inequality.
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Giants vs. 49ers: Preview, predictions, what to watch for
Paul’s Pick Is this the week? If not now, when? The offense could not move the ball on the ground the first two games with Saquon Barkley, and now they have to learn how to move it without him. Not easy. If this (semi-) improved defense cannot hang with the injury-depleted 49ers attack, something is...
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'Jack' review: Marilynne Robinson's latest Gilead novel a star-crossed interracial romance
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Marilynne Robinson's latest, "Jack," is a star-crossed interracial romance.        
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Harmeet Dhillon: Amy Coney Barrett could have major impact on these landmark cases in Supreme Court
Despite the incessant media attention focused on Barrett’s Catholic faith and her sincerely held beliefs on the dignity of human life, her tenure at the Supreme Court would be marked by far more issues than abortion.
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NASCAR playoffs 2020: Schedule, lineup, TV and more for South Point 400 at Las Vegas
All the information you need for Sunday's South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the fourth of 10 playoff races in the NASCAR Cup Series.       
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Slow video games? Blurry video chats? Here are 5 simple tips to fix your slow internet
Until widespread infrastructure and policy changes happen, this might be something super simple and free to fix on your own internet.      
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Fargo Season 4 Casts Chris Rock in a Fascinating, Frustrating Gangster Parable
Chris Rock stars in this absorbing but uneven gangster drama that was three years in the making
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Column: Buckle up for the first debate
Biden's got the upper hand going into the first presidential debate — but Trump can still dislodge him from the lead.
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Why Apple's CEO Seems to Have a Soft Spot for President Trump | Opinion
Tim Cook; a big Netflix night for 'Schitt's Creek'; and who is really to blame for the pandemic bailout freeze-out.
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Louisville police arrest at least 28 people during fourth night of protests over Breonna Taylor case
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Republicans portray Democrats as anti-police in final weeks of Senate contests
Images of a town on fire and people cheering, an obliterated storefront window, and a burning flag. Spliced in between are shots of Theresa Greenfield, the Senate Democratic candidate in Iowa. A voice warns that if she wins, "the mob wins."
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Dangerous fire conditions developing West with Santa Ana winds coming to California
The weather pattern is beginning to turn more conducive for fire development across parts of the Western U.S. once again.
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Amy Coney Barrett, Election Day, French Open: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
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The latest on the 2020 election and SCOTUS battle
President Trump has nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, and the battle over the vacancy on the bench continues to shape the US election. Follow here for the latest.
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The New Season: Fall fiction titles
Washington Post book reviewer Ron Charles previews a few of the most hotly-anticipated novels and short story collections coming to bookstores this fall
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Trump tells 'Fox & Friends' he wanted to choose a textualist for Supreme Court
President Donald Trump told Fox & Friends co-host Pete Hegseth that he thinks his nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, will be a textualist. 
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Letters to the Editor: Black voters and everyone else have more than enough reasons to support Joe Biden
Trump says the Democrats play "plantation politics." To that, one reader says Trump and the Republicans are playing "genocidal politics."
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Op-Ed: Lessons in preparedness from a high-risk fire zone
Living in Topanga means being prepared for fires. Topanga Coalition for Emergency Preparedness, a volunteer group, has it down to a science.
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Op-Ed: In Venus' clouds there's phosphine. Phosphine stinks. But its discovery lifts my heart.
If Venusian phosphine is what we hope it is — well, that's a spark of joy in hellish times.
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Jets vs. Colts: Preview, predictions, what to watch for
Costello’s Call It would be a win for the Jets just to remain competitive in this game after two weeks of looking like a doormat. This one will be close at halftime, but the Colts will pull away as the Jets’ offense fails to reach the end zone. Colts 24, Jets 9 Marquee Matchup Colts...
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How the World’s Trees Got So Sick
The plant pandemics just keep on coming.
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A poem for Sunday
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Letters to the Editor: Fine, stay in Europe. We'll be here to care for our fellow Californians
A UC Berkeley professor contemplates staying in Finland instead of returning to fire-ravaged California. How very American of him.
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We saw a glimpse of how 10G broadband could transform home life. Here's how.
In a small, one-story house in Iowa, officials got a look at a futuristic living space powered by "the next generation of broadband technology."       
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