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Patriots Release Antonio Brown After Another Sexual Misconduct Allegation
The New England Patriots cut Brown from the team on Friday after a second woman accused the wide receiver of sexual misconduct. Brown faces a civil suit accusing him of raping a former trainer.
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Joshua Rogers: How my mom played a board game with me — and changed my life
When I was a kid, I just assumed Mom wanted to do the activities I found interesting. 
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UK Labour deputy leader says Brexit stance behind effort to oust him
The deputy leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party said on Saturday that his stance on Brexit, where he backs a second referendum before a parliamentary election, unlike leader Jeremy Corbyn, is behind efforts by some in the party to remove him.
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Yamaha updates its THR desktop guitar amps for the first time in years
The pressure waves from a cranked 100-watt tube amp could kill any insects or small rodents in close proximity. Even low-powered, solid state practice amplifiers can be too loud for apartment dwellers. To get around extreme noise issues, Yamaha's THR...
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Thomas Cook has approached UK government for bailout funds: FT
Britain's Thomas Cook Group Plc has approached the UK government for a bailout in an attempt to save itself from collapse after its lenders threatened to pull out of a proposed rescue deal, the Financial Times reported late on Friday.
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What Las Vegas thinks Antonio Brown was worth to the Patriots
How much was Antonio Brown worth to the Patriots? According to the bookmakers in Las Vegas, not that much. “I think Brown is worth only a half a point,” said Nick Bogdanovich, William Hill’s director of trading. “He was a distraction, and New England wins with [Tom] Brady, defense and [Bill] Belichick.” As of Friday...
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France v Argentina: Rugby World Cup 2019 – live!
Updates from the 4.15pm (local) Group C game in TokyoAustralia overcome big scare from Fiji in their openerGet in touch! Email or tweet @rrjparkin 8.22am BST 4 min: Good defence, France - the metres are hard up the middle for Argentina. Sanchez looks for the short crossfield kick - but he’s misjudged that too! Into touch on the full - favour returned. 8.21am BST 3 min: Intercept! France attack, ball in hand. Brilliant work Ollivon - they have four v three on the outside, France, but they look to put it on the toe. Was that the play? It ricochets off the defender and the momentum is lost.First scrum, and first penalty! It’s the Argentine scrum that holds up first. Watch this space over the next 80. Continue reading...
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Daniel Jones is staring at a possible Todd Bowles nightmare
The Panthers were trying to fool the Buccaneers. Cam Newton began inching toward the line of scrimmage clearing a direct snap to Christian McCaffrey who caught the ball and headed for the left corner of the end zone. It was fourth-and-1 at the Bucs’ 2-yard-line and a touchdown would have tied the game 20-20. But...
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Rare protests in Egypt call for el-Sissi to step down
Dozens of people have protested in Egypt’s capital, Cairo, to call for President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to step down
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Rugby World Cup: Extreme weather warning issued as typhoon approaches Japan
Rugby World Cup organisers issue an extreme weather warning and close two fanzones as a large and powerful typhoon approaches Japan.
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Taylor Swift cancels Melbourne Cup performance after criticism from animal rights groups
Racing organisers have blamed ‘changes to her Asian promo schedule’ for singer’s withdrawalTaylor Swift has cancelled her scheduled performance at this year’s Melbourne Cup, with racing organisers blaming a scheduling issue.On Saturday, the chief executive of the Victoria Racing Club, Neil Wilson, released a statement that Swift was “now unable to make the trip to Australia”. Continue reading...
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Yankees’ playoff-shares meeting is departure from 2018 debacle
A year ago the Yankees’ shares meeting resulted in staff members getting drastically cut and played a part in reliever David Robertson, who chaired the meeting and was an upcoming free agent, not being retained by the club. At 2 p.m. Friday, the recently crowned AL East champions held a shares meeting that lasted 65...
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Liverpool: Oxlade-Chamberlain jokes about Salah's passing
Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pokes fun at boss Jurgen Klopp and team-mate Mohamed Salah in Football Focus' "Finish The Sentence".
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Fantasy owners shouldn’t bail on Steelers in Ben Roethlisberger panic
This has been one of the most tumultuous weeks in fantasy football, and we’re not even through Week 3 yet. We lost six starting quarterbacks to injury or demotion early in the week — and one of those lost last week was backup Trevor Siemian filling in for mono-stricken Sam Darnold. The fantasy fallout has...
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KitchenAid mixers are on sale (half off!) and have free shipping at Walmart
TL;DR: Select KitchenAid mixers (like the Deluxe and Artisan Mini) are up to 53% off as part of Walmart's Fall Savings Event, saving you up to $130.99, plus free shipping. Fall baking recipes deserve just as much respect as winter ones do. All pumpkin spice everything, all cinnamon everything, and all apple everything? Your sweet tooth is shaking. Walmart's Fall Savings Event will inspire you to take your basic to the next level: Through Sept. 27, you can save up to $130.99 on select KitchenAid mixers (that's half off or more), and free two-day delivery is available on most models. There's a reason KitchenAid mixers remain the single most popular item on bridal registries. Despite being one of the priciest in the market, these machines will never skimp out on power — even the smaller models. Each is also equipped with a power hub where you can switch out attachments for pasta rolling, juicing, meat grinding, and other stuff that blenders can't do. Read more...More about Food, Cooking, Kitchen, Mashable Shopping, and Kitchenaid
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Saudi Aramco has come out of the attacks "stronger than ever" - CEO
Saudi Aramco has emerged from the Sept. 14 attacks on its oil facilities "stronger than ever", chief executive officer Amin Nasser told employees in a message.
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Australia grind out untidy win over Fiji in their Rugby World Cup opener
Australia 39-21 FijiControversial Reece Hodge tackle marred contestAustralia survived a considerable scare to clinch victory in their opening World Cup match against Fiji, who were left with a sense of injustice in defeat. Two second-half tries for the Wallabies hooker Tolu Latu swung the match in their favour before a late flourish but Fiji can feel aggrieved at Reece Hodge’s high tackle on Peceli Yato that went unpunished and forced their star flanker off during the first half.Hodge was sweeping round to tackle Yato, who was charging towards the try-line after Australia had been caught napping by a quick Fiji lineout. Hodge’s tackle was high with minimal use of the arms and appeared to make contact with Yato’s head. It could well have been a penalty try and certainly a card of either colour but it went unpunished, the referee Ben O’Keeffe opting against consulting the TMO. Continue reading...
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Pro-China groups tear down some of Hong Kong's 'Lennon Walls'
Pro-China groups pulled down some of Hong Kong's "Lennon Walls" of anti-government protest messages on Saturday, raising the possibility of clashes with democracy supporters and another weekend of trouble in the Chinese-ruled city.
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Security experts: Hack of voters' confidence in elections may be biggest threat to 2020
“If we keep telling voters that elections are screwed up then they’re going to start believing us and stop voting,” Ohio's elections chief said.
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C.J. Mosley among hobbled Jets unlikely to play versus Patriots
Even at full strength, the Jets would have been major underdogs Sunday afternoon against the Patriots, and for the second straight week it seems unlikely Adam Gase’s team will be close to whole. Outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins (calf) was ruled out on Friday, while middle linebacker C.J. Mosley (groin), rookie defensive lineman Quinnen Williams (ankle)...
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Iran says new U.S. sanctions target Iranians' access to food, medicine
Iran's foreign minister on Saturday denounced renewed U.S. sanctions against its central bank as an attempt to deny ordinary Iranians access to food and medicine, and said the move was a sign of U.S. desperation.
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Rep. Rashida Tlaib's grandmother to Donald Trump: Let's talk about your peace plan
The White House will soon unveil its Middle East peace plan. A 90-year-old grandmother to Rep. Rashida Tlaib says she'd welcome President Trump to talk about it.       
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Owner of Antifa-friendly Portland bar let patrons use 'illegal weapons' against conservative activists, state probe says
The owner of a reportedly Antifa-friendly bar in Portland, Ore., knowingly allowed patrons to use “illegal weapons” against conservative activists during a violent clash in May, an investigation by state regulators alleges, according to a report.
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Barron Hilton, whose empire included hotels and an NFL team, dies at 91
Famous hotelier and philanthropist Barron Hilton died this week at his home in Los Angeles.
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Yankees’ Aaron Judge caution pays off
Aaron Judge returned to the Yankees’ lineup Friday night against the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium, but a right shoulder issue led Aaron Boone to using him as the DH instead of in right field. “Judge, maybe a little bit,’’ Boone said when asked if the shoulder played a part in keeping Judge out of...
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Naomi Osaka: 'I'm most comfortable on hard courts'
World number four Naomi Osaka says she is "most comfortable" playing on hard courts.
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The Confession by Jessie Burton review – an understated triumph
The secret history of a reclusive novelist is revealed in a study of motherhood and creativity by the author of The MiniaturistJessie Burton’s previous novel featured an artist and her muse; this follow-up concerns a writer and her amanuensis. Constance Holden is a reclusive novelist with a formidable reputation who has published nothing for more than 30 years. Now in her 70s and crippled with osteoarthritis, she employs a young woman called Laura Brown as a housekeeper and secretary. Laura assures her that she’s the patient type. “Then I’ll call you the patient typist,” Constance replies.Readers of Burton’s fiction may notice the continuation of a theme, as The Muse similarly began with a young woman being employed as a typist by an inscrutable female art historian. It’s perhaps also worth noting that Burton herself worked as a PA in the City before the publication in 2014 of her million-selling debut, The Miniaturist, so has first-hand experience of supporting herself in a menial role while quietly composing a piece of art. Continue reading...
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Theatre seats: here's how to bag them at bargain prices
We reveal the tips and tricks that can get you into shows for as little as £10 – or even freeYou would like to go to the theatre more often, but you’re put off by the exorbitant cost. Yes, tickets can be pricey, particularly for the big shows in the West End of London, but you don’t have to pay £75 or £100 (or more) – with a little insider knowledge, you can often get a decent seat for about £10 to £20.And then there are the hush-hush ways you can get free tickets for some shows. Continue reading...
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Yankees to test CC Sabathia as reliever in possible playoff preview
CC Sabathia has made one big league relief appearance in 585 games, working 1 ¹/₃ innings in a 3-2 loss in a deciding Game 5 of the 2011 ALDS against the Tigers. Now the Yankees are going to use the final week of the season to see if the veteran lefty can adapt to relieving...
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Quiz: Can you name the British scorers of 20 goals in a Premier League season?
Can you name the 20 British players who have scored 20 or more goals in a Premier League season?
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Joe Concha blasts media for Trudeau blackface hypocrisy, says a Republican would face more 'snark'
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is geting "a pass" from the mainstream media in reaction to his blackface scandal, The Hill media reporter Joe Concha said Friday.
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Romesh Ranganathan: My kids loved Lil Dicky’s Earth – but not for the reasons I hoped
It turns out I hadn’t listened to the words properlyA rapper by the name of Lil Dicky recently went stratospheric with the release of Earth, a song featuring pop royalty singing as different flora and fauna to celebrate our wonderful planet – yet another attempt to convince people to change their behaviour, when I think we all know it’s over.I heard the song in the background somewhere, and decided that this was going to be a song I would introduce to my kids. Every now and again, as part of my continuing effort to convert my children to the joys of hip-hop, I will ask Alexa (other in-house robot spies are available) to play them a song. I am careful to use the clean versions, as my wife doesn’t want them listening to swearing. Normally what happens is this: one of the boys asks Alexa to stop, tells me the song I have chosen sucks, and then asks Alexa to play something else, like George Ezra or anything from the Lego Movie 2 soundtrack. So far I’ve managed to put them off Wu-Tang Clan, Kendrick Lamar, J Cole, Anderson .Paak and many others. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
'I was devastated': the crime victims made to give up their phones
People who reported abuse reveal the personal impact of police forces’ requests for their dataPeople who report rape face ‘routine’ demands for mobile dataIn January 2017, a 30-year-old man reported himself to the Metropolitan police. He informed officers he had been having sex with a minor and had potentially given him a sexually transmitted infection. The minor, a 12-year-old boy, confirmed the details of the abuse and rape to police officers in February 2017.Despite the age of the victim, which meant the case was a matter of statutory rape with no defence of “mistaken reasonable belief”, and the admission by the perpetrator, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said a review of the boy’s phone was required for a charging decision to be made. Among the data the Met’s specialist unit were instructed to extract and review were 40,000 messages from the boy’s phone. Continue reading...
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London Hughes: 'There are no black female household names in the UK, bar Naomi Campbell'
From Lizzo to Prince Charles to race and the British standup circuit, the rising comic lets rip London Hughes is the talk of the town. Every town. At this year’s Edinburgh festival fringe, her sold-out, roof-raising show To Catch a Dick narrowly missed out on the big prize, making her the first black British woman to be nominated. In Atlanta, Georgia, she recently did a standup gig for an African-American crowd which received the besotted-yet-bemused heckle: “What part of ‘black’ you from?” Meanwhile, back in her home town and namesake, she is continuing her regular gig on ITV2’s panel show, Don’t Hate the Playaz, starting her new Spotify dating podcast, London Actually, and kicking up a Top Boy-related Twitterstorm about black representation (“Black British culture is not is not just one way, there’s more to us than grime and gangs and knife crime,” she tweeted). The offers are pouring in so fast – gigs, book deals, merchandising – that all she can do is laugh: “God, you should see my agent’s emails; it’s, like, ridiculous! She’ll screenshot me the emails and we’ll just go: ‘Wow!’ Because those people were not returning her emails at the beginning of this year, I’ll tell you that!” Continue reading...
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Credit cards: interest rates hit a record high
Customers who don’t pay off their bill in full each month face an average charge of 24.7% this monthInterest rates may have fallen to the point they have gone negative at some European banks, but that seemingly hasn’t stopped credit card providers shamelessly upping the interest they charge customers who don’t pay off their bill in full each month.According to data website Moneyfacts, the average rate (APR) for those making credit card purchases hit an eye-watering 24.7% this month – the highest since the company started charting the figures back in 2006. Continue reading...
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‘I had £30,000 debt, but now I’ve learned to manage money’
Amy McDermott, 32, on how she had to declare herself bankrupt but now has control of her financesName: Amy McDermottAge: 32Income: £1,374 per month in benefitsOccupation: full-time motherLife has changed dramatically for me over the past two years – I’ve gone from being married and having a successful career in marketing with a healthy income of £3,500 a month to becoming a single parent and declaring myself bankrupt. Continue reading...
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Is patio decking worth it – or is there a better alternative?
I’m worried decking might look good for a year or so, but then go downhill fastEvery week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection of the best answers will appear in next Saturday’s paper.Our small patio is looking rather sad and my husband is desperate to install some decking, which I fear will look good for a year or so, but then go downhill fast. Can you buy inexpensive, long-lived decking? Help me talk him out of it with a better solution. Continue reading...
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Mussels, partridge and pear: recipes for an autumnal French feast | Henry Harris
There’s a distinctly seasonal feel to Henry Harris’s Gallic feast of mussels in cider, roast game bird and blackberries, creamed cabbage with bacon, and a pear pudding Normans and Bretons are blessed with great shellfish and apples, and the latter, fermented into cider, make a great match for mussels, both for cooking and for drinking alongside. The gentle tannins of a good French ‘brut’ (dry) cider are the key to success here. When buying mussels, they should have a fresh, briny aroma, be glistening and firmly closed; there will inevitably be the odd broken or open one, which you must throw away. Preparation beyond that is simple: just tug out the “beard” (the little hairy tuft or strands that stick out of the shell). A large pan with a close-fitting lid is also essential here.. Continue reading...
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Rape victims should not be forced to hand over their phones. It feels like more abuse | Anonymous
I work with victims and see them feeling anxious and unfairly treated by the police – as if they are the ones being investigatedAs someone who has supported and advocated for survivors of sexual abuse within the criminal justice system for more than 10 years, I have witnessed how victims of rape and sexual abuse have become subject to “digital strip searches”. Since the collapse of a small number of high-profile rape trials due to failures in disclosure of digital evidence, it has become routine for the police to require victims to grant them access to their mobile phone and other digital data in order to take the case forward.My job as an independent sexual violence adviser is to provide support and guidance to anyone reporting rape or sexual abuse as they make their way through the criminal justice system. In the last couple of years, we have witnessed a very worrying escalation in digital disclosure requests by the police. Continue reading...
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The radical proposals that Labour will debate in Brighton
Activists are pushing for a hard line on issues such as private schools and housingWith a general election likely to come within months, or perhaps even weeks, Labour activists are pushing for a series of transformative policies to be included in the party’s manifesto, to make it the party’s most radical ever. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
People who report rape face 'routine' demands for their mobile data
Rape Crisis staff report negative effect on victims of disproportionate requests‘I was devastated’: the victims made to give up their phonesRape complainants, including children, are being asked to divulge all their mobile phone data, raising questions about the proportionality of requests for personal information in rape investigations and prosecutions.As many as eight in 10 rape complainants in some police force areas are being asked to disclose personal data from their phones during investigations, according to exclusive figures gathered from frontline workers by Rape Crisis England & Wales for the Guardian. Continue reading...
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The Dramatic Story of Uber’s Beginnings
Mike Isaac joins the Slate Money hosts to discuss his new book, Super Pumped.
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Mets flip Steven Matz and Marcus Storman in key wild-card move
CINCINNATI — With just over a week remaining and the Mets still mathematically alive in the NL wild-card race, manager Mickey Callaway is considering every pitching scenario. And Friday he decided that flipping Steven Matz and Marcus Stroman in the rotation will give the Mets their best chance in Sunday’s series finale against the Reds....
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A letter to… my stepdad, who stepped up
‘You did something you probably don’t remember, but to me was so kind and so big, I’ll never forget’: the letter you always wanted to writeI remember the very first time I met you, I wanted to hate you. You stole my mum away from my dad – at least that’s what I believed at 10 years old. I was wrong, but I wouldn’t learn for a while that someone cannot steal anyone else’s affection; they choose to go. I couldn’t hate you, though: you were kind to us; you made my mum smile like I’d never seen; and you let us have whatever pudding we wanted.You had ended up with three pre-teens you’d never asked for, and over the years we have been difficult. But you took it in your stride. You never once asked us to call you Dad, never asked us to love you. But it was inevitable, you were important. Are important. Continue reading...
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Fantasy football: Players to start, bench for NFL Week 3
The Post’s Drew Loftis evaluates all the relevant fantasy football news for Week 3 of the NFL season. Big weeks Josh Allen QB, Bills, vs. Bengals (FanDuel $7,500/DraftKings $5,900) Cincinnati has given up big plays the first two weeks. Expect Allen to continue to get more comfy with new wideouts John Brown and Cole Beasley....
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Giants put Janoris Jenkins blame game in the past
Janoris Jenkins was not wrong when he said after Sunday’s loss to the Bills that the Giants needed more pressure from their pass rush, but the cornerback believes he has cleared the air with his teammates that were on the receiving end of his postgame criticism. “We talked as a team and as a defense....
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The Gen Xers on 'Friends' ruined the real world for millennials
The TV show's most lasting legacy might well be the false portrayal of the real world that it bestowed on millennials watching it as they grew up.
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Issa Rae Reads ‘Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us’
The Modern Love podcast revisits an essay about love in the digital age.
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