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Nats put Strasburg on IL with right shoulder inflammation
The Washington Nationals placed right-handed pitcher Stephen Strasburg on the 10-day injured list Sunday because of right shoulder inflammation. The move is retroactive to April 15.
Westbrook's triple-double, Beal's 37 lead Wiz over Pistons
Russell Westbrook had his 25th triple-double of the season, Bradley Beal scored 37 points and the Washington Wizards beat the Detroit Pistons 121-100 on Saturday night.
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DeGrom strikes out 9 in row as Mets split with Rockies
Jacob deGrom struck out nine straight batters against Colorado on Saturday, falling one shy of matching Tom Seaver’s major league record.
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Grizzlies top Bucks 128-115 as they start fast on long trip
Grayson Allen is helping the Memphis Grizzlies produce an ideal start to their longest road trip in two decades.
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FedEx shooter legally bought guns used in shooting, police say
The former employee who shot and killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis legally purchased the two assault rifles used in the attack despite red flag laws designed to prevent that, police said.
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European soccer split: elite clubs threaten breakaway league
A group of elite European clubs is again threatening to walk away from the Champions League to set up a breakaway just as UEFA thought it had secured agreement on a new format for its own competition to be announced on Monday.
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Tsitsipas wins Monte Carlo Masters without dropping a set
Stefanos Tsitsipas won the Monte Carlo Masters without dropping a set, beating Andrey Rublev 6-3, 6-3 on Sunday for his first title this year and sixth overall.
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Whitmer blames Michigan coronavirus numbers on travelers after top staffer vacationed in FL
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer  blamed travelers for a growing number of B117 coronavirus variant cases — after asking for "grace" for a top staffer vacationing in Florida.
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Maxine Waters' 'get more confrontational' comment is latest in history of heated rhetoric
Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., drew attention for saying Saturday night that if a Minnesota jury does not convict Derek Chauvin of murder for the death of George Floyd, protesters should "get more confrontational," but this call to action was par for the course for the California Democrat.
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ACM Awards 2021 promise country's biggest stars will perform with some major exceptions
The Academy of Country Music Awards will kick off Sunday with a slew of familiar faces in the genre while a handful of others are missing.
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Britney Spears says she's 'totally fine' and 'extremely happy' in new Instagram video
Britney Spears says she’s doing “totally fine” and is “extremely happy” in a Q&A video that was shared to her Instagram account on Saturday.
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Ohio River boat-barge collision after Louisville fireworks show leaves 1 dead, 2 missing: reports
A collision between a boat and a barge following a professional fireworks show over the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky, has left one person dead and two others missing, according to reports.
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Sacramento police officers hospitalized after protesters spray them with unknown 'irritant'
Four police officers in Sacramento, California, were hospitalized Saturday night after being sprayed with an unknown "liquid irritant" during an anti-police protest.
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Maxine Waters urges Minnesota anti-police crowd to ‘stay on the street’ if Chauvin acquitted in Floyd case
U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., showed up at an anti-police protest in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Saturday evening, saying demonstrators needed to "stay on the street," demanding justice until police reform becomes a reality.
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Adam Toledo shooting: Chicago prosecutor placed on leave over statement on whether teen had gun in hand
A Chicago-based prosecutor was placed on paid leave Friday for failing to mention in a statement that Adam Toledo, 13, had dropped the handgun he was holding before he was shot by a Chicago police officer, the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office announced.
LIVE UPDATES: Protesters take to the streets Saturday night over police shootings
Protesters across the country took to the streets Saturday night, following a week of demonstrations over recent fatal police shootings in Minnesota, Chicago and other cities.
‘Whoa!’ rapper Black Rob dead at 51
Harlem rapper Black Rob, born Robert Ross and the Bad Boy artist best known for his 2000 hit “Woah,” has died at the age of 51.
Sen. Lindsey Graham blasts Democrats court-packing plan; says Biden has created 'instability'
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., slammed Democrats on "Justice with Judge Jeanine" for their attempt to pack the Supreme Court, calling it a "dramatic, bold move," and saying he would "destroy the Supreme Court as we know it."
Kamala Harris purposely ‘avoids’ US-Mexico border: Border Patrol council chief
It’s no accident that Vice President Kamala Harris hasn’t visited the U.S.-Mexico border region, the head of the Border Patrol agents’ union said Saturday.
Jesse Watters slams mainstream media's ties to Democrats: 'Let's name names'
'Watters' World' host Jesse Watters slammed mainstream media Saturday for their ties to corporate America and Democrat politics, saying "big media and big tech have officially merged" with the Democrat party.
Chris Cuomo says there won’t be police reform until ‘White people’s kids start getting killed’
CNN’s Chris Cuomo Friday during "Cuomo Primetime" said that police and gun reform won’t happen until  "White people’s kids start getting killed.”
Shots fired in Indiana Walmart during arrest of suspected shoplifter: report
Authorities in Indiana responded to a Walmart after reports of shots fired inside the retail store Saturday afternoon, according to local media reports.
Inside Derek Jeter’s star-studded 40th birthday bash
Derek Jeter celebrated his 40th birthday with his model girlfriend Hannah Davis and stars including Michael Strahan and Sean “Diddy” Combs.
Lackland Air Force Base in Texas new home to 100 unaccompanied migrant boys arriving
Approximately 100 unaccompanied migrant boys were scheduled to arrive Saturday at the Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas to be housed at an emergency intake site, Health and Human Services (HHS) announced.
Italian right-wing leader Salvini to go on trial for not allowing migrant ship to dock
Italian right-wing leader Matteo Salvini will go on trial for “kidnapping” migrants in September for his decision in 2019 as interior minister not to allow an NGO ship packed with migrants dock in an Italian port.
Expedition 64 crew members return from International Space Station
After 185 days aboard the International Space Station, two Russian cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut returned to Earth early Saturday morning.
NYPD officers hit with Molotov cocktail and liquid chemical in face, police say
A motorist hurled a Molotov cocktail at New York City police officers Saturday morning and doused another with a chemical liquid in the face during separate incidents, authorities said.
Justice Department sues Roger Stone for nearly $2M in back taxes
The U.S. Justice Department hit Roger Stone and his wife, Nydia, with a lawsuit Friday alleging the couple owes nearly $2 million in taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) dating back more than a decade.
Chilling video captures moment a love triangle erupts in murder, revenge in NYC
Staggering new video has captured the moment a doomed love triangle erupts in murder and revenge — at a Bronx traffic triangle.
Head of NYC's posh Dalton School leaving at the end of 2021
The head of an elite Manhattan private school in the throes of an internal war over its progressive agenda is leaving at the end of the year.