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‘Let him rot in jail’

There have been so much anguish, hurt feelings and bad memories that were unnecessarily brought back after an insidious announcement on the supposed possible release of convicted rapist-murderer Antonio Sanchez.
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This was familiar, but not normal Jets training camp opener
It felt good. It felt familiar. The opening of Jets training camp, the first day on the field, began with a greeting from owner Christopher Johnson as he surveyed his 2020 team for the first time together on the field. It was shortly after 9:30 Friday morning and the entire roster was assembled at the...
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'I Make Underground Bunkers Complete With Gyms, Pools and Escape Tunnels'
I have put swimming pools, bowling alleys and horse stables underground. Buying a bunker is a lot like building your own custom home. Our "The Aristocrat" bunker has a gym, bowling alley and swimming pool on the floor plan.
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Fantasy baseball owners must snag some of these rookies
Service time for youngsters routinely becomes an issue for some MLB clubs, and here in the time of COVID, we expected it to be an even bigger problem. Some of your more frugal fantasy baseball owners prefer to delay the start of any player’s arbitration clock and now were expected to be even less enthusiastic...
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MSNBC's Rachel Maddow skips Durham probe's guilty plea -- despite previous Russia obsession
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow was once the go-to cable news host for the latest developments on what she believed was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Now, she seems to be steering clear of the latest developments that undermine the narrative she pushed for years. 
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Vaccines are safe. But huge numbers of people around the world say they wouldn't take a Covid jab
Susan Bailey, a 57-year-old retired nurse from Florida, has had all her jabs and gets a flu shot every year. She's a vocal Joe Biden supporter -- and one of a growing number of people globally who say they wouldn't take a coronavirus vaccine even if one becomes available soon.
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Couple stages romantic dinner on Brooklyn Bridge, makes the rest of us look bad
Leave some romance for the rest of us, will ya?
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Surprising Nets relishing underdog role vs. Raptors
After starting the Orlando journey on July 31 as a depleted mess, the Brooklyn Nets became the bubble surprise of August. Now this gritty group heads to the playoffs Monday against No. 2 seed Toronto full of bravado and only needing a Disney World passport. The neutral, fan-less Disney venue might be key to aiding...
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How a NASA scientist accidentally invented the Super Soaker
Dr. Lonnie Johnson might be one of the most brilliant inventors of our time. He holds over 100 patents, including ones for the Super Soaker and the Nerf gun.
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Islanders’ special teams come up big vs. Capitals
It wasn’t always pretty, but the Islanders’ special teams answered the call Friday night. After being let down by both units in Game 1, the Islanders got important contributions from both in Game 2 to come up with a 5-2 win over the Capitals. The Islanders did a better job of staying out of the...
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Meghan Markle on returning home during George Floyd unrest: ‘just devastating’
In an online interview Friday, Meghan Markle blasted the “toxicity” of journalism and complained it was “just devastating” to be in the U.S. during the civil unrest over police brutality. “It was so sad to see where our country was in that moment,” Markle said of the protests, speaking during an interview with Emily Ramshaw,...
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More than 40 hurt or killed in bloody week of NYC shootings
A bloody week of shootings in New York City had by 2 a.m. Saturday left behind at least 42 victims — including eight who died. In all, there were at least 32 shootings this week before sunrise Saturday. By comparison, there were only 26 shootings in all of the same week last year. On Friday...
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Trump says NYC was 'so good' before he left, not so much anymore
New York City was in far better shape when he was campaigning for the White House in 2016 than it is today, President Trump lamented in a Twitter message Friday.
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Health officials in Illinois have identified Covid-19 cases linked to a 'mini-prom'
Health officials in southern Illinois are looking for people who attended a "mini-prom" earlier this month and may been exposed to multiple confirmed cases of coronavirus.
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How many of these sad pandemic achievements have you unlocked?
Bread bakers and doom scrollers, unite.
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Record wave of deadly shootings hits US cities. More police aren't the answer, activists say
Experts say efforts to reduce violence must focus on systemic reform for communities of color, not just more police officers on the streets.        
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How one Jets unit is building chemistry during tough times
The Jets offensive line is hoping they can speed up the bonding process with text message chains and games of “Call of Duty.” Center Connor McGovern, one of four new starters along the line, said Friday that the group is doing whatever it can to build chemistry before the regular season gets here. “It’s a...
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The father of a 5-year-old boy killed in North Carolina says the suspect was a neighbor for eight years
The grieving father of a 5-year-old North Carolina boy allegedly killed by a neighbor is sharing details on the final moments leading up to the shooting.
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Trump's Israel-UAE peace deal is 'good news,' Dems admit to Bill Maher
"Real Time" host Bill Maher on Friday offered some rare praise for President Trump after his administration brokered a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) earlier in the week. 
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Georgia state trooper charged with murder in shooting of black driver
A white Georgia state trooper was fired and charged with murder on Friday in the shooting of a black driver last week. Jacob Gordon Thompson, 27, was arrested on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault after he fatally shot Julian Lewis, 60, last Friday as Lewis tried to flee a traffic stop in Screven...
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Twins’ Randy Dobnak is fantasy baseball pitcher you can’t live without
Pop quiz, hot shot: Which pitcher entered Friday tied for the league lead in wins (three) and had the majors’ lowest ERA (0.90)? If your guess was Randy Dobnak, the bespectacled Twins pitcher with a 4.99 Uber driver rating (yes, he drove an Uber while pitching in the minors) and the Goose Gossage-like mustache, you...
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Starting this weekend, Walmart is converting its parking lots into free drive-in theaters
Tired of movie nights at home? Walmart has the perfect solution for bored quarantiners.
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Brooklyn man shot to death outside of apartment building in Flatbush
A Brooklyn man was gunned down in broad daylight right outside his apartment building on Friday. Deshawn Reid, 28, was fatally shot in the torso around 4 p.m. in front of his home on Ocean Avenue, near Crooke Avenue, police said. Reid was rushed to NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County, where he was pronounced dead,...
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New CDC guidance says Covid-19 rates in children 'steadily increasing'
Health experts say children make up more than 7% of all coronavirus cases in the US -- while comprising about 22% of the country's population -- and the number and rate of child cases have been "steadily increasing" from March to July.
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Greg Schiano looks to use coronavirus hiatus to Rutgers’ advantage
Greg Schiano has waited nine years to coach another Rutgers football game. What’s an extra five months? Or 13 months? It can be an opportunity. At Rutgers, the initial disappointment of a canceled Big Ten fall season because of safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic quickly was replaced by embracing the bonus time to improve...
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Man wanted in connection with Ranch2 Fire in California is believed to be 'violent,' police say
Arson suspect Osmin Palencia, 36, is a "transient" and believed to have connection to the Monrovia area.
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Reports: Cincinnati Reds player tests positive for COVID-19
Saturday and Sunday games between the Reds and Pirates are now up in the air after a Cincinnati player reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus.       
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Maher says Biden's lead over Trump too slim: 'Hillary was ahead by more'
"Real Time" host Bill Maher expressed his concern that Joe Biden isn't "comfortably ahead" of President Trump as much as he should be less than 90 days until the 2020 election. 
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'The benefits of London are gone.' Why one young couple is moving to the country
For as long as there have been cities, their residents have agreed to an unwritten contract.
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission prepares for touchdown on an asteroid
This week, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft practiced the maneuvers it will need to touchdown on the asteroid Bennu and collect a sample from it in October, which will be returned to Earth in 2023.
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The National Zoo announces its 22-year-old giant panda may be pregnant
When Mei Xiang went in for an ultrasound on Friday, her results were shared around the world.
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Dodgers star Mookie Betts to team up with nonprofit to help Compton
On Sunday, the Dodgers' Mookie Betts will partner with Pull Up Neighbor to provide pandemic necessities and voter registration services in Compton.
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California driver, 40, faces murder charge after latest DUI kills pregnant woman: DA
A district attorney in California lashed out in court this week, saying an allegedly impaired driver accused of killing a pregnant Disneyland employee now faces murder and other charges following previous DUI convictions in 2008, 2015 and 2016.
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Two Seattle Police Accountability Offices Criticize Cops' Use of Force During George Floyd Protests
On report said the police's use of less-lethal munitions "served no clear law enforcement purpose: they did not prevent property damage, effectively disperse the crowd, or allow peaceful demonstrators their right to protest."
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New Zealand records seven new locally transmitted cases as latest outbreak continues
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Cody Bellinger homers twice and Clayton Kershaw shines in Dodgers' win over Angels
Cody Bellinger breaks out of his slump with a pair of home runs and Clayton Kershaw allowed one hit over seven innings in the Dodgers' win over the Angels.
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August 14 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
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Alex Berenson slams mainstream media for 'obscuring what the risks really are' from coronavirus
The media has done "a good job obscuring" the real risks of the coronavirus, former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson told "The Ingraham Angle" Friday night.
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Virginia mayor apologizes for racist online post about Kamala Harris
Mayor Barry Presgraves of Luray, Virginia, is apologizing after a racist and sexist post about Sen. Kamala Harris appeared on his Facebook page that read: "Joe Biden has just announced Aunt Jemima as his VP pick." The post was deleted once people on social media, including members of the Luray town council, called it out for being racist, the Washington Post reported.
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Couple marries in hospital as groom fights coronavirus
CNN's Don Lemon talks with a couple in Texas who got married in the hospital as the groom continues his battle with coronavirus.
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NBA playoff schedule: First-round matchups
The first-round matchups and schedule are set to kick off the NBA playoffs inside the Disney World bubble.       
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Tyler Higbee eager to show his value at tight end for the Rams
Rams tight end Tyler Higbee knows how much Travis Kelce and George Kittle are getting paid, and he's ready to show his true worth in 2020.
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Hundreds of thousands of Californians face blackouts amid brutal heatwave
Hundreds of thousands of Californians could be hit with preemptive blackouts after a record-breaking heatwave rolled in Friday. As temperatures in the state tipped 112 degrees, the corporation that runs its electric grid announced rolling blackouts beginning at 6:30 p.m. for up to 250,000 homes and businesses in the northern and central areas of the...
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GOP Candidate Who Promoted QAnon Distances Herself From Conspiracy
Marjorie Greene told Fox News on Friday that once she "started finding misinformation" about the QAnon conspiracy, she decided to "choose another path."
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Tunnel2Towers vows to hold own version of 9/11 ‘Tribute in Light’
The Tunnel2Towers charity has become the latest group promising to restore this year’s 9/11 “Tribute in Light” memorial after the event was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. “The ceremonial Towers of Light that shine from NYC in tribute to those lost on 9/11 are an iconic symbol of hope,” the charity said in a statement...
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Hirono: Trump a 'Misogynist' Who 'Can't Handle Strong Women'
Friday on MSNBC's "The ReidOut," Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) called President Donald Trump a "misogynist" who she said "can't handle strong women," based on his "suburban housewife" tweet.
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Disney confirms its first bisexual lead character, who is also multi-cultural
Diversity is making its way onto the Disney Channel. Disney has confirmed its first bisexual lead character.
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Will Trump’s Landmark Middle East Deal Deliver Election Boost From Jewish and Evangelical Voters?
For Evangelical voters who took a chance on President Donald Trump, and conservative Jewish voters who put their hopes in him, the White House announcement this week that the United Arab Emirates would normalize relations with Israel was delivery on a promise — and reassurance that the rollercoaster ride of the Trump Twitter presidency has…
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Hispanic Caucus Chair Urges DHS Head Chad Wolf to Resign After GAO Report
The Government Accountability Office said Friday that the Department of Homeland Security had failed to follow the proper chain of succession, making Acting Secretary Chad Wolf's appointment to the position invalid.
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