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Mitchell Robinson could play in Knicks’ final preseason game

Knicks center Mitchell Robinson is at last nearing his return, and could play in the team’s preseason finale on Friday.
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Environmentalists Oppose Reclassification of Rare Colorado River Fish Due to Drought
It will take continued environmental protection of the rare fish to restore its population to pre-1967 numbers, officials said.
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Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds’ former Midtown spread asks $5.7M
A Turtle Bay townhouse once owned by 12-time Grammy-Award-winning R&B singer/composer/producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds is back on the market for $5.69 million. The five-story home, at 241 E. 52nd St., was built in 1899. At 15 feet wide, it is slender yet elegant, and features three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms — plus a...
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Ford Foundation will no longer invest in fossil fuels
Other notable philanthropies also have stopped investing in companies that produce coal, oil and natural gas.
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Powell envisioned moving the GOP ‘close to the spirit of Lincoln.’ It embraced Trump’s view instead.
Republicans once saw the former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman as the next Dwight D. Eisenhower, a potential presidential candidate who could unify a nation.
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Can we please stop talking about Adele and Rebel Wilson's weight loss?
Rebel Wilson and Adele keep trending because they've lost weight. Can we stop acting like this is news?      
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Brothers plan to walk across America for restaurant workers
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3-month-old French Bulldog stolen at gunpoint
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Neighbors fed up with ongoing sewage spills
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14-yo dead after being shot at a house party
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Mother, man arrested in missing boy case
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VT leaders apologize for eugenics studies
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Man allegedly stole SUV w/ child inside
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Students must stay home 30 days after vaccine
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Woman feeds the homeless because she's walked in their shoes
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School cancels classes following more threats
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Father accused of shaking his son to death
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Man donates kidney to brother fighting cancer
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Officer of 22 years dies from COVID complications
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US has dipped into recession as worried consumers flash warning signs: economists
The US economy is careening into another recession, two noted economists warn, as worries about the labor market and the coronavirus have worsened dramatically over the past two months. The alarm bells are ringing as bad news piles up at the economy’s door: Prices on everyday goods are rising sharply as inflation is stuck at...
Trump suit against Jan. 6 Committee seeks to block release of records
Former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against the United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack, calling the committee a 'sham' and an 'illegitimate investigation'
Colin Powell's legacy, defined by two very different wars in Iraq
Colin Powell was hailed as a hero for a swift and speedy U.S. victory in the Gulf in 1991. But his reputation suffered from his flawed presentation in advance of the second Iraq war 12 years later.
Knicks season preview, prediction: Tom Thibodeau tries to run it back in improved East
Expectations are all over the map for the Knicks, who stunned the NBA last season with a 41-31 record and finishing with the fourth seed in the East.
DK Metcalf gets into explosive Twitter feud with Shannon Sharpe
DK Metcalf doesn't want your questions, or Shannon Sharpe's.
GOP group’s apparent influence on Virginia redistricting map stirs mistrust on commission
The National Republican Redistricting Trust helped draw a congressional map for former Congressman Tom Davis, who submitted it to the Virginia Redistricting Commission. The map under debate closely resembles his proposal.
Fantasy football: A look at the waiver wire heading into Week 7
It's about that time of the season when some fantasy managers may get discouraged. Don't be one and take a look at the waiver wire to keep grinding.
SEC Says "Meme-Stock" Surge Earlier This Year Didn't Broadly Affect Hedge Funds
Report on "meme-stock" surge has suggested the extreme trading in GameStop this year won't require system changes.
Powell to journalist Bob Woodward on his health struggles: 'Don't feel sorry for me'
Colin Powell opened up to journalist Bob Woodward about his health struggles in what may have been his last interview before his death.
Powell to journalist Bob Woodward on his health struggles: 'Don't feel sorry for me'
Colin Powell opened up to journalist Bob Woodward about his health struggles in what may have been his last interview before his death.
Dick Vitale reveals second cancer diagnosis
ESPN college basketball commentator Dick Vitale has been diagnosed with lymphoma, just months after he was diagnosed with melanoma.
‘We’ve been babysitting them’: MTA pins bus ‘war room’ delays on contractor
MTA officials claimed the $90 million "bus command center" has gone unused because of the failures of the company hired to set up the building's radio system.
Biden aides making the economic case for his legislative agenda in memo to lawmakers
President Joe Biden's aides are ramping up their sales pitch to congressional Democrats as talks on his economic agenda reach a critical stage.
'The being formerly known as Kanye West' officially changes his name
A Los Angeles judge on Monday approved rapper Kanye West's petition to change his name to Ye. The rapper made the move for 'personal reasons.'
Jeff Luhnow a risky potential Mets option after whiffing elsewhere: Sherman
Steve Cohen is looking at a chessboard similar to last offseason. His preferred candidates are beyond his reach. He has no president of baseball ops, no GM and no manager.
State Department watchdog opens new reviews into US exit from Afghanistan
The State Department's watchdog has opened a number of reviews related to the US exit from Afghanistan, according to a letter from the acting inspector general obtained by CNN.
Police charge man in fatal stabbing of woman in Southeast Washington
Police also said that a man shot Oct. 3 in the District had died of his injuries.
WH: FBI working to rescue kidnapped missionaries
The White House said Monday the FBI is part of a "coordinated U.S. government effort" to secure the release and bring to safety the 17 American and Canadian missionaries who were abducted over the weekend by a violent gang in Haiti. (Oct. 18)
Mark Ridley-Thomas will 'step back' from council duties, but not resign
Indicted L.A. Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas said he will "immediately step back" from council duties, but not resign his post.
F.D.A. to Allow ‘Mix and Match’ Approach for Covid Booster Shots
The agency may act this week, when it is expected to authorize booster shots for recipients of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Cam Newton adamant about playing in NFL, Seahawks' Pete Carroll says team has 'talked' to quarterback
Cam Newton is adamant about playing in the NFL, and Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed his team was among those that engaged in talks with the former New England Patriots quarterback.
Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Barker make out on train tracks after engagement
Barker got down on one knee Sunday to propose to Kardashian after about nine months of dating, popping on the beaches of the Rosewood Miramar Beach hotel in Montecito, Calif.
Man Used Wheelchair, Hatchet to 'Bulldoze' Into Estranged Wife's Home, Police Say
Juan Munguia claimed he brought the hatchet because it was a "family heirloom that belonged to her and he wanted to show it to her."
‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ Season 1 Episode 3 Recap: “A Gorilla Head Will Not Do”
"Stop saying chopped his head off!"
Airplane ‘Karen’ goes viral for mid-flight, microphoned pandemic rant
Mike check 1, 2, 1, 2 — she’s an unruly passenger terrorizing the flight attendant crew.  Armed with a microphone headset and an inflated ego, an unnamed woman is going viral with over 1.9 million social media views for disrupting a commercial flight with her unsolicited COVID-19 musings over the weekend.  “I brought my microphone,...
Key takeaways from trial of 3 men in Ahmaud Arbery killing: Day 1
Ahmaud Arbery, murder trial, white defendants, jogger, Glynn County, Georgia, shotgun, tracked down, jury selection, court
Proposed China law would punish parents for their kids' bad behavior
A draft bill in China would allow for parents to be punished for their children's criminal or bad behavior.
Biden to participate in CNN town hall in Baltimore on Thursday
President Joe Biden will take participate in a CNN town hall on Thursday in Baltimore, where he'll take questions as his administration continues to sell his ambitious legislative agenda to members of Congress and the nation.
‘You won’t be able to get the jacket in 15 colors,’ WH snarks amid supply crisis
Boiling down the concerns of Americans about shortages due to a supply chain crisis, a White House official insisted that the biggest impact will be a lack of choice.