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  1. South Carolina rep left family to live with mistress, wife claims in divorce papers GOP Rep. Jeff Duncan described himself as a strong family values conservative while campaigning
  2. Doja Cat calls out Kardashians for their plastic surgery in explicit new song While many fans on social media seemingly loved the subtle shade against the reality stars, others didn't consider it to be a dig.
  3. Meghan Markle drops trademark bid for ‘Archetypes’ after 17-month battle She made the request to drop the application on Thursday.
  4. Browns’ Nick Chubb has torn MCL, but avoids worst after gruesome injury The news wasn't great for Nick Chubb, but he avoided the worst case scenario.
  5. Yankees to prioritize Aaron Judge’s long-term health as season nears end Manager Aaron Boone acknowledged the team plans to prioritize Judge’s long-term health once their playoff chances are officially gone.
  6. Ex-Met Zack Wheeler haunts his old team with solid outing for Phillies Zack Wheeler wasn’t showing much Brotherly Love for his former team Saturday.
  8. Savannah Chrisley posts heartfelt tribute to ex-fiancé Nic Kerdiles after his sudden death: ‘I love you’ "Chrisley Knows Best" star paid tribute to her ex-fiancé who died in a motorcycle accident on Sept. 23 at age 29.
  9. Boebert’s antics and more: Letters to the Editor — Sept. 24, 2023 Rep. Lauren Boebert blames her antics at a “Beetlejuice” performance in Aspen on her “eccentric” and “animated” personality.
  10. Deion Sanders, Colorado blown out by Oregon in first loss of season Deion Sanders and Colorado's hopes of an undefeated season have come to an end.
  11. Michelle Dockery marries Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s brother, Jasper, in London It was a mini-"Downton Abbey" reunion when Michelle Dockery aka Lady Mary wed Phoebe Waller-Bridges' brother Jasper, in a London church.
  12. Aerial photos reveal Rio Grande’s rough waters not deterring migrants — including kids — from trying to get into the US At least 15 people -- most of them children -- were seen braving the rough waters of the Rio Grande River while making their way from Mexico into Eagle Pass, Tx.
  13. Embattled Sen. Bob Menendez spent years helping developer and imam behind controversial Ground Zero mosque Sen. Robert Menendez spent years helping the Egyptian-American imam behind the controversial Ground Zero mosque -- a plan the embattled Democrat later championed.
  14. Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Sam Jay: Salute Me Or Shoot Me’ On HBO, The Comedian Pauses For Empathy Toward Divisive Words, Topics “We’re all terrible and trash. White people don’t have an exclusivity on this.”
  15. Rutgers no match for Michigan in Jim Harbaugh’s return to sideline Jim Harbaugh's return to the sideline coincided with No. 2 Michigan playing his favorite way, establishing the run and slowing down opponents on the ground.
  16. Las Vegas teens suspected of running down former police chief while he was riding his bike were on crime spree: report Two Las Vegas teenagers accused of intentionally fatally running down a cyclist were in the midst of a two-hour crime spree when they killed the retired police officer, according to a report.
  17. Jets must must bury Patriots, Bill Belichick while they have the chance No one has inflicted more misery on the NYJ and reveled in it more than Bill Belichick.
  18. Lindsay Hubbard and pals wear all-black on bachelorette trip for canceled Carl Radke wedding The "Summer House" star reposted a series of photos and videos on her Instagram Stories of the group doing flamingo yoga on Saturday morning.
  19. Is ‘Stolen Baby: The Murder of Heidi Broussard’ on Lifetime Based on a True Story? Lifetime's lineup of ripped-from-the-headlines movies continues.
  21. Squatter raids homeowner’s fridge, closet in swanky Florida home Suspected squatter reportedly told police she had just bought the home.
  22. Julian Edelman talks Jets-Patriots rivalry, Bill Belichick and Aaron Rodgers Former Patriots receiver Julian Edelman — a three-time Super Bowl champ, Super Bowl LIII MVP, current “Fox NFL Kickoff" analyst and thorn in the Jets’ side for his 11-year career — catches up with Post column Steve Serby for some Q&A.
  23. ‘The Nun II’ creeps back to top slot, edges out ‘A Haunting in Venice’ "The Nun II" creeped its way back up to the top slot at the box office on Friday, scaring "A Haunting in Venice" down to second place.
  24. Three kids among those saved from sailboat hours before Tropical Storm Ophelia landed Five people -- including three children -- were rescued from dark and stormy North Carolina waters late Friday night just hours before Tropical Storm Ophelia made landfall there.
  25. Safety becomes the latest reasonable standard trampled by NFL And to think that the only mortal danger of the “NFL Experience” used to be getting run over by “a fan” driving home loaded.
  26. Today’s Iconic Moment in NY Sports: Giants beat Washington for their first win of the season September 23rd, 2007: The Giants stop Washington on a goal-line stand at the one-yard line to preserve their 24-17 lead at Giants Stadium for their first win of the season
  27. Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher caught on the field during touchdown return Texas A&M is hosting Auburn Saturday in an SEC showdown.
  28. Oregon mascot trolls Deion Sanders — but hilariously loses head in process Before the highly anticipated Pac-12 matchup, the Oregon Duck was dressed in like Deion Sanders, donning a white cowboy hat and sunglasses.
  29. New York’s baseball-less October is worse than playoff heartbreak It's an empty October all the way around in the Big Apple.
  30. NY Democrat who blasted NYC migrant buses mocks the ‘ignorance’ of locals during ongoing crisis: ‘They are fearful’ Sen. John Mannion slammed his constituents' "ignorance" for opposing the busing of migrants to their towns months after he called out Mayor Eric Adams for the "policy failure" of sending them there.