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Collin Morikawa clinches Ryder Cup victory for US: 'It’s a dominant win'

Collin Morikawa was able to earn the half-point the U.S. needed to clinch the Ryder Cup on Sunday.
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‘Next stop, Ohio’: Video shows MTA bus booking it down Midwest highway
A video of an MTA bus driving down Ohio's I-80 made its rounds on NYC's Reddit page last week. The clip shows the bus headed east out of the Buckeye State as it barrels down the highway.
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Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green reach divorce settlement
It's been nearly one year since Megan Fox filed for divorce from Brian Austin Green, and now the estranged couple have finally reached a settlement.
Tumultuous time in NY helped prepare Geno Smith for new opportunity
If you are armed with perseverance, if you never stop believing in yourself, the football gods just might decide to throw you a bone of mercy. Geno Smith has gotten that in Seattle.
Deputy fatally shot, 2 injured at Houston nightclub shooting
A Texas constable deputy was fatally shot and two other deputies were wounded in what police are calling an "ambush" early Saturday morning outside a Houston nightclub.
'Halloween Kills' star spills on being murdered by Michael Myers: 'It was really beautiful'
In an exit interview, one 'Halloween Kills' star describes death at the hands of Michael Myers and also reveals a 'cool' deleted ending. Spoilers!
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Good Timing With Jo Firestone’ On Peacock: More Than OK, Boomers!
You're never too old to harness your sense of humor.
Chiefs superfan 'X-Factor' banned from Arrowhead Stadium after fight
Kansas City Chiefs superfan known as “X-Factor” revealed Friday he was banned from Arrowhead Stadium following a viral video that appeared to show him in a fight at the venue.
TikTok’s ‘Old Jewish Men’ demand cheap lox, places to pee in NYC ‘protests’
Whether it's the price of lox or a place to pee, one of the latest TikTok trends features old dudes kvetching for a cause.
Call of Duty telling a different war story: Talking Tech podcast
On the Talking Tech podcast, Mike Snider and Brett Molina discuss the new Call of Duty video game release.
1 deputy was killed and 2 were wounded in an ambush at a Houston bar
The constable deputies were shot while working an extra shift at the bar, officials said. Authorities took a person into custody but were searching for a man believed to be the shooter.
Harvard Law Student Blames 'Deeply Embedded Sexism' for Fainting Viral Video Concerns
The video amassed over three million views after the Harvard Law student carried on her argument after fainting, but people were too eager to paint her as a "damsel in distress" she told Newsweek.
Vienna museums launch OnlyFans account to display 'explicit' artworks
The city of Vienna is taking an offbeat approach to the censorship of art and has turned to using the adults-only online platform OnlyFans to put its most "explicit" artworks on full display.
Vienna museums launch OnlyFans account to display 'explicit' artworks
The city of Vienna is taking an offbeat approach to the censorship of art and has turned to using the adults-only online platform OnlyFans to put its most "explicit" artworks on full display.
Why Wasn't Biden's Child Tax Credit More Popular?
The president needs to make the case for a big expansion of government spending.
Trump Switches Arizona Audit Focus to Pima County, Demands Loss to Biden Be Decertified
Pima County's administrator explained that the election results were already "publicly audited via hand count by the County's Republican and Democratic parties."
Alabama high school football game shooting leaves several wounded, police say
At least four people were shot during an Alabama high school football game on Friday night, police said.
De Blasio hires violent felon to senior role in Community Affairs Unit
Mayor de Blasio tapped a violent felon to a senior role in his administration's Community Affairs Unit.
‘Squid Game’ Episode 3 Recap: Sugar, Sugar
Once Squid Game sinks its teeth into one of these games, they bite hard.
Five Reasons Donald Trump Will Be Pessimistic About Running in 2024
The former president has now lost the popular vote in two consecutive elections and could struggle to win in 2024.
U.S. will provide condolence payments to families of Kabul drone strike victims
The Aug. 29 U.S. drone strike was supposed to target ISIS-K members, but the attack killed 10 Afghan civilians. Now those victims' families will get unspecified condolence payments.
Pramila Jayapal Won’t Let the Biden Presidency Fail
In the infrastructure negotiations, the leader of the House progressive caucus has shown a willingness to play hardball.
Massive update and paid DLC coming to ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’
A new update will bring a lot of a new content to the game after a dry spell.
NASA's Lucy launches to Trojan Asteroids
NASA's Lucy mission launched early Saturday from the agency's Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Sometimes you just need a nap
Sometimes in our busy schedules, the best thing that can happen is an unexpected (but much needed) break.
Writers Like James Baldwin Led Me to a Black Jesus
For too long, I associated whiteness with holiness.
11 Incredible Home Products You'll Wish You'd Bought Sooner
Staying home never felt so good as when you have these 11 must-buy products that boost ambiance, safety and convenience.
Russian daily Covid-19 deaths hit record high but lawmakers rule out lockdown
Russia has reported a record number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in the past 24 hours, data from the country's Coronavirus Response Center showed Saturday.
Russian daily Covid-19 deaths hit record high but lawmakers rule out lockdown
Russia has reported a record number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in the past 24 hours, data from the country's Coronavirus Response Center showed Saturday.
Holocaust Museum Head Blames New Texas Law, Not School Official, for 'Opposing View' Remark
State law HB 3979 "puts schools and teachers in a no-win situation," said Mary Pat Higgins, CEO of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum.
This dead star offers a glimpse of our solar system's eventual fate
This week, relive William Shatner's space jaunt, learn about the potential fate of our solar system billions of years from now, meet some cute cheetah cubs, explore an ancient wine factory, be mystified by mysterious radio bursts from space, and more.
William Shatner Blames 50-year-old Grudge for George Takei Space Trip Insult
The Star Trek cast members have exchanged attacks over Shatner's trip into space at the age of 90.
House Democrats have — so far — avoided a wave of retirements that could put their majority in peril
Everyone knows that more retirements are coming, and with Democrats holding a majority of just three seats for now, they can ill afford too many open seats in even remotely competitive races.
Grieving New Jersey couple sues for right to see grandkids
Melissa Garville died suddenly of an apparent pulmonary embolism on Thanksgiving Day, 2020 at age 39.
Watch: NASA's mission Lucy blasts off to explore ancient asteroids
The NASA spacecraft is embarking on a 12-year expedition, with the goal of capturing images of Jupiter's unobserved asteroid swarms.
Rapper Eve reveals pregnancy on Instagram
Eve is definitely feeling satisfaction...
Eve reveals pregnancy on Instagram: 'We finally get to tell everyone!'
Rapper Eve announced Friday she's expecting a child with husband Maximillion Cooper.
Steve Harvey's outfits are going viral. His stylist weighs in on evolving ageless looks
Steve Harvey's latest looks have been turning heads and sparking memes. His stylist Elly Karamoh says the host's style sends an inclusive message.       
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1 deputy killed, 2 injured in shooting at Houston bar
A person of interest is in custody but police said they didn't know if that person is a suspect or witness.
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AOC, Progressives Blast Possible Change in Biden Climate Agenda After Manchin Opposition
"The tyranny of Joe Manchin is a tragedy for the rest of us," Representative Ritchie Torres tweeted.
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A look back at the takeover of Alcatraz Island
Native American and environmental activists protested outside the White House on Monday, demanding the government take greater action on climate change. This demonstration comes 50 years after the end of another protest led by Native Americans, on the site of one of America's most notorious prisons. Michelle Miller has the details.
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Girl drowns after her life jacket traps her in capsized boat
It was the rare occasion where a life jacket wasn’t going to save your life, according to an investigation.
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Kyle Rittenhouse victim sues, claims Kenosha police conspired with vigilantes
The lone surviving victim of a deadly August 2020 shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is suing the city and its leaders, claiming police conspired with vigilantes.
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Canadian pastor defiant as judge orders him to parrot 'medical experts' from pulpit: 'I will not obey'
The Polish-Canadian pastor who has been jailed for holding church services in Calgary, Alberta, said he will refuse to obey a court order requiring him to publicly echo the opinions of medical experts about COVID-19.
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NASA’s Asteroid Hunter Lucy Soars Into Sky With Diamonds
Lucy’s $981 million mission is the first to aim for Jupiter’s so-called Trojan entourage
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Macron Commemorates 1961 Paris Police Killing of Algerian Protesters
President Emmanuel Macron of France is the country’s first head of state to attend an event marking the deaths, which officials ignored for decades.
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Jessica Chastain had one condition before going nude for ‘Scenes From a Marriage’
Jessica Chastain had no issue going nude for "Scenes From a Marriage," but she did have one condition. 
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Spiced pumpkin and chorizo soup-chili hybrid recipe is 'the perfect fall dish'
This spiced pumpkin and chorizo chili-soup hybrid from Healthfully Rooted Home founder Kyrie Luke, is a fragrant delight.
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NYC Catholic school enrollment rising amid end of Gifted and Talented program
Enrollment at Catholic elementary schools in Brooklyn and Queens grew for the first time in a decade as the city scraps gifted and talented programs.
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