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Fantasy football: Help is on the way as injury bug hits top tight ends

James O’Shaughnessy is ready to take over in Jacksonville, and Nick Vannett showed he is ready for prime time in New Orleans as he found the end zone on Thanksgiving.
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Sean Payton stepping away from Saints in NFL stunner
Sean Payton's recent radio silence has turned into a decision: his time with the Saints is over.
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Shooting at Jacobi Hospital leaves man wounded, cops searching for suspects
The shooting occurred around 12:30 p.m. when the attacker and a woman walked into the ER waiting area and the gunman fired his weapon at the victim multiple times.
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Rams tackle Andrew Whitworth’s wife pleads for fans not to sell their playoff tickets
The Rams want to see a sea of blue Sunday at SoFi Stadium for the NFC Championship game against the 49ers.
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Neil Young wants Spotify to pull his music because of Joe Rogan's vaccine misinformation on platform
The legendary rocker accuses the music platform of "spreading fake information about vaccines," calling out popular talk show host Joe Rogan.       
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Driver performs 26-point turn on narrow cliff in heart-stopping viral video
The nail-biting video has had more than 18 million views online.
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Elton John postpones Dallas concerts after testing positive for Covid-19
Elton John's concerts at American Airlines Center in Dallas have been postponed after the singer tested positive for Covid-19, according to a statement from the arena.
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How President Biden Launched a New Prison Boom
The president is doubling down on outdated 'tough on crime' policies, funneling millions of dollars to states to spend on policing and new prisons
Cheryl Hines responds to husband RFK Jr.’s Holocaust, vax mandate comparison
“My husband’s reference to Anne Frank at a mandate rally in D.C. was reprehensible and insensitive,” the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star wrote on Twitter.
Don Frye punched ‘drunk’ fan at UFC 270
Don Frye was back fighting again at a UFC event Saturday night. His tussle just took place outside of the octagon.
Putin Wants the West to Repeat the Tragedy of Central Europe | Opinion
The consent to Russian President Vladimir Putin's ultimatums is not part of realpolitik for the sake of peace and security in Europe. It would be treason.
How Cops Turned a Stretch of Highway Into a Small Town’s ATM
And why you should pay attention.
Some New York Schools Lift Mask Mandates After Judge Overrules Order, Despite Appeal Plans
After a New York judge struck down the governor's mask mandate and the education department took steps to appeal, schools were left confused on how to proceed.
Iowa may enforce law preventing school mask ban, federal court rules
A federal appeals court allowed Iowa to enforce a new law preventing local schools from imposing mask mandates
Swamped With Afghan Refugees, U.S. Appeals to Decimated Resettlement Groups
"The State Department brought in roughly 75,000 Afghans to the United States," said Christopher George of Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services. "They needed them to be resettled, so they turned to the refugee resettlement world and said, 'How many can you resettle?'"
'Alarming' study finds children who attended state-funded pre-K worse off than peers
Children who attended a state-funded pre-kindergarten were doing worse than their peers at the conclusion of sixth grade, study finds
Lebanese Elite at Fault for Country's Poverty, and Doing Little to Fix Problem: Report
Despite the country investing billions of dollars in infrastructure projects, tap water is widely undrinkable and the electricity cuts out 22 hours a day.
2nd N.Y.P.D. Officer Dies of Wounds From Harlem Shooting
Wilbert Mora, 27, joined the department in 2018. He and his partner, Jason Rivera, were killed by a man who opened fire during a domestic call, the police said.
Who is Jennifer Saginor in ‘Secrets of Playboy,’ and Why Did She Live in the Playboy Mansion?
The Playboy Mansion is R-Rated!
Dozens of Flights Cancelled Over New 5G Concerns
Airlines in the U.S. have expressed concerns that the new 5G frequencies could disrupt vital equipment aboard planes, such as altimeters.
Thousands expected at slain NYPD cop Jason Rivera’s funeral at St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Slain cop Jason Rivera's coffin will be laid at the foot of the altar at St. Patrick's Cathedral for his wake Thursday.
Chiefs-Bills ending helped bettors cash in on valuable prop opportunities
While MaximBet offered the Chiefs at +3300 (33/1) to win with 13 seconds left and no bettors locked it in, tickets started to sprinkle across social media taking a shot on the last-second comeback.
NATO chief still believes there's a diplomatic solution with Russia
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg joins Amanpour to discuss NATO's plans for a diplomatic solution with Russia while the country continues to build up their military forces.
Michael Madsen and family 'overwhelmed with grief and pain' over son Hudson's death
Hudson Madsen, son of 'Reservoir Dogs' and 'Kill Bill' star Michael Madsen, died in an apparent suicide at age 26, according to Honolulu officials.
NYPD officer dies of his injuries following Harlem shooting that killed partner
NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora, gravely wounded while responding to a domestic incident in Harlem four days ago, succumbed to his injuries Tuesday.
Kim Kardashian mourns Thierry Mugler’s death: ‘So much we had planned to do’
Kardashian was Mugler's muse, and he created some of her most iconic red carpet looks — including her "dripping wet" dress for the 2019 Met Gala.
Why Justin Gaethje didn't like his UFC 268 war with Michael Chandler: 'I feel like that was kind of a boring fight'
"It's the first time I've ever wanted to win more than to knock somebody out. So yeah, it was not good."       Related StoriesIsrael Adesanya: Robert Whittaker in for a rude awakening when he feels my strength at UFC 271Video: Cup check! Watch Francis Ngannou blast a 'Jackass Forever' cast member in the groin - EnclosureMMA Junkie Radio #3228: Guest Eric Nicksick, UFC 270 recap, more
Oklahoma Death Row Inmate Donald Grant's Execution to Proceed After Judges Deny Stay
The 46-year-old is set to be executed by lethal injection on Thursday after being convicted of killing two Del City hotel workers during a robbery in 2001.
Day Care Centers Struggle to Find Teachers as Child Waitlists Mount Across U.S.
It's "not a subject that we have talked about enough in the past and it's now a crisis for working families and our economy," said NCCA Director Cindy Lehnhoff.
5 amazing facts about the James Webb Space Telescope
Technically, it could also see details as small as a U.S. penny at a distance of about 25 miles.
Woman Experiencing Symptoms After Face-to-Face Encounter With Lab Monkey Involved in Crash
The Pennsylvania woman said had an open cut on her hand and began experiencing pink eye symptoms shortly after a macaque hissed at her.
NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora the second cop to die after Harlem ambush
Officer Wilbert Mora, 27, had been clinging to life since being gunned down along with police partner Jason Rivera during an ambush while on a domestic-violence call, police said.
Denis Shapovalov blasts Australian Open umpire as 'corrupt,' says Rafael Nadal '100%' gets shown favoritism
Canadian tennis player Denis Shapovalov openly criticized Rafael Nadal following his quarterfinal loss at the Australian Open on Monday, saying the World No. 6 is “100%” given preferential treatment after calling the umpires during the match “corrupt.”
CNN's Jim Acosta: I still have 'marks on my back' from standing up to Trump
CNN's Jim Acosta said he still had "marks on my back" from his time serving as White House correspondent during former President Donald Trump's administration.
White House says Russian invasion of Ukraine remains 'imminent'
The White House says a Russian invasion of Ukraine is "imminent," even as diplomatic efforts to defuse the crisis proceed.
GM pouring $6.6B into e-vehicles — with powerful state incentives
The GM projects include a new battery factory being built in Lansing in partnership with LG Energy Solution and the retooling of its existing Orion Assembly Plant.
Mayor Adams: Public ‘needs to see’ video of deadly Harlem NYPD shooting
Mayor Eric Adams on Tuesday said he believes "everyone needs to see" the body-cam video of the Harlem shooting that killed one police officer and gravely wounded another — as long as the families sign off on the move.
How Quentin Grimes impressed Tom Thibodeau to earn bigger Knicks role
Tom Thibodeau is starting to trust Quentin Grimes enough that the rookie appears to be ahead of newly acquired Cam Reddish in the pecking order.
USFL to play 2022 season in Birmingham at Protective Stadium and Legion Field
The USFL is back. The eight-team league will host its 2022 season in Birmingham, Alabama, the league announced on Tuesday.
Julian Lennon is selling The Beatles memorabilia as NFTs
While auctioning off digital versions for charity, he will retain the original pieces himself, including Paul McCartney's handwritten notes for the song "Hey Jude."
New York claims mask mandate still in place amid appeal, despite judge's order
The New York state government is instructing schools to ignore a court ruling that blocked a school mask mandate, claiming that the requirement remains in effect while they appeal.
How a Rick Baker acolyte handled 'Coming 2 America' makeup and made his mentor proud
Makeup artist Mike Marino reconnects with the special effects makeup guru to talk Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall and movie magic.
Michael Avenatti Will Represent Himself During Remainder of His Trial
Mr. Avenatti is accused of impersonating and defrauding Stormy Daniels when he served as her lawyer. The decision means he will likely cross-examine her during his trial.
6-month-old boy killed in crossfire of Atlanta drive-by shooting
The infant, Grayson Matthew, was sitting in the backseat when the bullet went through the car and struck him around 2:39 p.m. Monday.
Reps. Malliotakis, Davis introduce bill to bar TSA from allowing migrants to use warrants to board planes
Two House Republicans on Tuesday introduced legislation that would block the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) from allowing illegal immigrants to use arrest warrants to board flights.
Extra cash for low-income mothers may influence baby brains
Brain measurements at age 1 showed faster activity in key brain regions in infants whose low-income families received $300-plus monthly for a year.
'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' star Jennie Nguyen fired over resurfaced social media posts
“RHOSLC” star Jennie Nguyen has been fired from the show after a slew of controversial social media posts resurfaced in recent days.
Braves-A’s trade talks could have big Yankees impact
Freddie Freeman was long expected to find a way back to the Braves, but the World Series champions have reportedly checked in on Matt Olson as a Plan B.
Cat's Concern for Owner While Taking a Bath Leaves Internet in Stitches
"Your cat looks very confused as to why you haven't melted in the water yet," one commenter said about the photo.