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Tanya Ivackovic, 50, from Edinburgh, says that the unfit Child Maintenance Service has allowed her ex-partner Sean Horsley, 42, to shirk responsibility for their two teenage sons.
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In Shadow of Ukraine Scandal, White House Hosts Second State Dinner of Trump Era
Scrutiny over President Trump’s behavior with world leaders was a hard-to-avoid theme of the day for the Australian prime minister.
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Prince Andrew was a sweaty, ‘hideous’ dancer: Virginia Guiffre
Prince Andrew was a sweaty and “hideous” dancer, according to the Jeffrey Epstein “sex slave” who claims he bedded her at age 17. In her first TV interview on her ordeal at the hands of the financier — and his royal pal the Duke of York — Virginia Guiffre told “Dateline NBC” that the prince...
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Injury opens door for Darwin Thompson to be Chiefs fantasy force
From Jamaal Charles to Charcandrick West to Spencer Ware to Kareem Hunt to Damien Williams. The Kansas City backfield has provided a parade of productive running backs. One goes down, another steps in and barely misses a beat. We entered this season with a tentative expectation of reliance on Williams. Yet the team kept making...
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Facebook’s latest AI experiment helps you pick what to wear
Just when you think researchers have found the wackiest possible use for a neural net yet, another team finds an even more novel use for artificial intelligence. Take Facebook's new Fashion++ AI. It's a program that will help you become a fashionista...
Engadget | Technology News, Advice and Features
Marc Staal sees his Rangers reality through Dan Girardi’s exit
Time marches on, and careers come to an end. The reality of that was driven home for Marc Staal this week when something he knew was happening finally did — his good buddy and longtime Rangers teammate Dan Girardi announced his retirement on Friday. “The guys that we came up with, we’re obviously on the...
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Trump admin accuses Duke, UNC of pro-Islam bias, threatens funding
The Department of Education is threatening to revoke funding for a joint Duke/UNC course because it allegedly favors Islam over Judaism and Christianity
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Pro-Beijing groups tear down Hong Kong's protest walls, raising risk of clashes
Groups of China supporters pulled down "Lennon Walls" of anti-government protest messages across Hong Kong on Saturday, raising the possibility of clashes with democracy supporters and another weekend of trouble.
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Cops bust ‘poster child’ of serial subway pervs for groping teen
The NYPD has busted a serial subway perv who is a “poster child” for prolific transit offenders—renewing the call to ban such recidivists for life. Cops nabbed James Hunt — one of the “Dirty Dozen” repeat offenders who has scores of arrests for subway sex crimes — at the 42nd Street Bryant Park station Thursday...
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"Mattress Mack" helps flood victims after Tropical Storm Imelda hits Texas
A popular Houston furniture store owner nicknamed "Mattress Mack" is letting flood victims stay in his warehouse – for free. This is not the first time he's opened his doors to people in need.
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Barron Hilton, hotelier and founding owner of Los Angeles Chargers, dies at age 91
Barron Hilton was an entrepreneur before succeeding his father, Conrad, as head of Hilton Hotels Corporation.
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This iconic play was voted as the greatest in NFL history
Immaculate indeed. Pittsburgh running back Franco Harris’ scoop of a deflected pass and subsequent run for the winning touchdown in a 1972 playoff victory against Oakland — forever known as the “Immaculate Reception” — has been voted the greatest play in NFL history. A nationwide panel of 68 media members chose the Immaculate Reception as...
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Giants need Daniel Jones to bust them out of familiar rut
Baker Mayfield was carrying the weight of unlocking Bud Light fridges across Cleveland and delivering the Browns their first win in nearly two years when he stepped onto the field for the first time as a rookie last season. The brash quarterback quickly took command of the offense, after being called on when Tyrod Taylor...
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Skullcandy Crusher ANC hands-on review
Skullcandy's latest headphones, the Crusher ANC, offer personalized sound complemented by massive bass and noise cancellation. But are they worth their high cost?
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Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Yankees’ lose ground and maybe Gleyber Torres in loss to Blue Jays
With the AL East title drying out after being bathed in beer and champagne during Thursday night’s clubhouse celebration, the Yankees have another race to win: the best record in the American League. Asked about finishing ahead of every other AL team — which would give the Yankees home-field advantage for however long they are...
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Jacob deGrom’s gem keeps the Mets’ dream alive
CINCINNATI — Jacob deGrom’s chances of winning the NL Cy Young award appear much greater than the Mets’ playoff odds, but that doesn’t mean the pitcher and his team can’t dream the dream. The stud right-hander ran his scoreless streak to 16 innings Friday night, keeping the Mets — who have little room for error...
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9/20/19: CBSN Evening News
Pentagon sending troops to Saudi Arabia; School bus driver forms bond with 5 year old
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At least four Chinese-speaking tourists killed in Utah bus crash
A bus carrying 30 tourists lost control about seven miles from Bryce Canyon National Park At least four people have been killed and up to 15 others critically injured when a bus transporting Chinese-speaking tourists crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park in the western US state of Utah, local authorities said.The Utah Highway Patrol said the crash took place Friday morning about seven miles from the park entrance, forcing the road to be shut as ambulances and rescue vehicles rushed to the site. Continue reading...
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Gregg Williams is Jets’ lone hope versus Patriots and Tom Brady
Contrary to popular belief, there is a road to victory for the winless Jets (0-2) over the mighty Patriots (2-0) on Sunday at Gillette Stadium — Las Vegas and its point spread favoring New England by 22 points be damned. That road is long, narrow, windy, hilly and precarious, with no guard rails — and...
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New York Post
Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps in ongoing privacy investigation
Apps improperly obtained user data, installed malware, and committed other offenses.
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Ars Technica
‘We Stormed It. I Was Part of History Last Night’—Insider Footage of the ‘Storming’ of Area 51
RACHEL, Nev. — Jeffrey Gonzalez had waited 16 years for this moment. He’s been investigating and researching paranormal activity since 2003 but he never thought he would have a close encounter with Area 51. That is until 2:30 am on September 20 when other attendees of the Alienstock festivities in Rachel, Nevada,…Read more...
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Jeffrey Epstein reportedly paid doctors to medicate ‘sex slaves’
Victims of multimillionaire pedophile Jeffery Epstein said he paid doctors and psychiatrists to prescribe them tranquilizers and anti-depressants, a report said Friday. Virginia Giuffre, who was recruited by Epstein at the age of 16, told the Miami Herald that doctors prescribed her Xanax for the three years she was abused by him. The financier provided...
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Behind the Whistle-Blower Case, a Long-Held Trump Grudge Toward Ukraine
The president and his allies have been pressing Ukraine for months to investigate Joseph R. Biden Jr., complicating relations between the two countries.
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9 Marines at Camp Pendleton charged with human smuggling
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — Nine Marines at California’s Camp Pendleton base have been charged with human smuggling. They include two riflemen who were stopped by U.S. Border Patrol agents on July 3 driving from the US-Mexico border with three Mexicans in the back of a BMW. The corps on Friday said the Marines, all lance...
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Yankees get a Gleyber Torres injury scare they don’t need
Gleyber Torres is the latest Yankee to have an injury scare. He left their game on Friday against Toronto before the seventh inning, although the Yankees didn’t announce a reason. But the second baseman gave them reason to worry in the top of the fourth, when he made a sliding stop of Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s...
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Mets’ Osorio among minor leaguers suspended for positive drug tests
NEW YORK — Toronto pitcher Luis Quinones has been suspended for the first 80 games of next season, and San Diego pitcher Elias Batista, Mets catcher Jan Carlos Osorio and Atlanta catcher Jose Camacaro for 72 games each under baseball’s minor league drug program. All four tested positive for performance-enhancing substances, the commissioner’s office said...
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Franco Harris' Immaculate Reception Named NFL Network's Top Play in NFL History
If a football play is so incredible that it can be described as the "Immaculate Reception," it better rank high on any list of all-time greatest plays...
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The MTA’s biggest challenge
The MTA’s leaders released a fine five-year capital plan this week, though by its nature it dodges the toughest issues about the agency’s future. The plan is a winner for subway and bus riders, with spending on signal modernization as well as station accessibility and new buses and trains. The signal upgrades, in particular, are...
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Twitter Removes Thousands Of Accounts For Manipulating Their Platform
Many accounts Twitter has suspended or removed have been added to a growing archive of tweets identified as part of "state-backed information operations."
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Wilson Ramos isn’t sweating Noah Syndergaard’s catcher demand
CINCINNATI — Wilson Ramos knows the score. Not only the final results of the games he checks on daily to gauge the Mets’ NL wild-card chances, but also that if Noah Syndergaard has a preference throwing to catchers other than him it would be counterproductive to hold a grudge toward the right-hander. “It’s not like...
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New York Post
De Blasio escalates his culture war
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s minions are vowing to escalate his culture war — the one on city museums and other artistic institutions. On Tuesday, Tom Finkelpearl, head of the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs, admitted that the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and other city treasures aren’t meeting the mayor’s de-facto quotas...
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Mets’ Pete Alonso goes yard for 50th homer
Pete Alonso just won’t stop. The Mets’ super rookie hit his 50th home run of the season on Friday, going deep against Reds hurler Sal Romano for a two-run shot in the top of the eighth. The homer makes Alonso just the second rookie to go yard 50 times in a season and the 30th...
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Trump hosts Australian prime minister for White House state dinner
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump welcomed Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jennifer to the White House Friday with a pomp-filled military ceremony and a lavish state dinner. More than 4,500 were in attendance for the welcoming ceremony on the White House lawn. The ceremony included Marine band performances of...
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New York Post
History buff finds ships that sank over 140 years ago in Lake Michigan
DETROIT — A diver and maritime history buff has found two schooners that collided and sank into the cold depths of northern Lake Michigan more than 140 years ago. Bernie Hellstrom, of Boyne City, Michigan, said he was looking for shipwrecks about 10 years ago when a depth sounder on his boat noted a large...
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The DOE’s latest school bus scapegoat
Alexandra Robinson clearly deserves firing, but it shouldn’t stop there. Department of Education higher-ups also need to answer for the bungled drive to get GPS working on every city school bus. As The Post reported Monday, the DOE spent nearly $9 million to get trackers on the entire 6,000-bus fleet — starting in 2015. Four...
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‘Godfather’ actor Gianni Russo’s memoir spills tea on Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe
"Marilyn Monroe made me a man ... I was with her up until the last two days of her life."
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Still waiting for Dems to retract calls for Kavanaugh impeachment
It’s now been six days since The New York Times corrected — er, retracted — its attack against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Turns out the “new allegation” isn’t supported by the victim, a fact conveniently left out of the story. And still Kamala Harris, Liz Warren, Beto O’Rourke, Julian Castro, Cory Booker and Pete Buttigieg haven’t...
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New York Post
iFixit's iPhone 11 Pro Max teardown investigates charging rumors
As usual, now that a new iPhone has hit the market, iFixit is pulling it apart an iPhone 11 Pro Max to show you what the insides look like. It's a common annual ritual, and in short order we should have confirmation of the usual things like RAM chips...
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Engadget | Technology News, Advice and Features
Rockets Owner Tilman Fertitta: Carmelo Anthony Can 100% Still Contribute in NBA
Even though Carmelo Anthony 's tenure with the Houston Rockets lasted just 10 games, team owner Tilman Fertitta believes the 10-time All-Star can still play in the NBA ...
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bleacherreport.com
Rare Protests Against Egypt’s Leader Erupt in Cairo and Elsewhere
Hundreds of young people, responding to online calls for demonstrations against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, chanted “Down with Sisi” and “Leave now.”
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NYT > Home Page
Peter Schweizer: Trump right to question Biden dealings with Ukraine, despite Dem criticism
There are plenty of questions about Joe Biden, his son and Ukraine that need to be answered.
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Politica
School cancels football game days after cheerleaders are punished for pro-Trump banner
A North Carolina school district nixed a Friday night high school football game because of security concerns, days after cheerleaders there were placed on probation for unveiling pro-Trump banner.
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Sport
Braves Clinch 2nd Straight NL East Title with 6-0 Win over Giants
The Atlanta Braves locked up their second straight National League East title Friday after beating the San Francisco Giants 6-0. Brian McCann and Ronald Acuna Jr. each hit home runs, and Ozzie Albies added a couple of hits...
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The next big school-choice case and other commentary
Libertarian: The Next Big School-Choice Case “The Supreme Court is now preparing to weigh the constitutional merits” of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, reports Damon Root at Reason. It turns on a school-choice program that creates “a tax credit for individuals and businesses that donate to private, nonprofit scholarship organizations” — but in 2018...
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New York Post
‘Everything Was Broken.’ The Photographer Who Captured the Most Haunting Photographs of Dorian and Its Aftermath
'I've covered hurricanes in the Caribbean the last fourteen years... but nothing compared to this one'
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In Nevada desert, Area 51 raid lures festive UFO hunters; three arrested
UFO enthusiasts drawn by alien-themed festivities continued to pour into rural Nevada on Friday near the Area 51 U.S. military base, but fears of a mass raid on the remote site or a public safety crisis proved unfounded, with only three people arrested.
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Chris Brown angers fans with thirsty comment on Rihanna’s Instagram
Brown left a flirtatious comment and a smirking-face emoji on a picture of Rihanna modeling lingerie from her Savage x Fenty line.
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