Daily Archives: September 6, 2017

'VIEW' GETS VICIOUS Hosts go after Huckabee, Sanders about Trump

The father/daughter team of Mike Huckabee and Sarah Sanders ended up more like tag-team partners when the show’s hosts got testy on “The View.” During an interview with the White House Press Secretary and former Arkansas governor, host Joy Behar ...

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Michael Bennett alleges police brutality in Las Vegas

Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett on Wednesday accused police in Las Vegas of racism and excessive force after a gunpoint confrontation following the recent Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight.   In a post on Twitter titled “Equality”, Bennett detailed how he was ...

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Week 1 fantasy football RB rankings

How does latest Zeke news impacts fantasy draft strategy? (2:47) Field Yates and Mike Clay explain where Ezekiel Elliott falls in their fantasy rankings after the latest development has the star RB eligible for Week 1 but suspended the next ...

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Liberia: ‘Stop Claiming Victory Ahead of Elections Results’

[New Republic] -TEACH-Liberia Executive Director Cautions Politicians AllAfrica News: Latest

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Boy takes a bite of a hot dog and his heart stops

A 9-year-old boy who was enjoying a hot dog took an overly big bite — and went into cardiac arrest. But choking wasn’t the cause, according to a case study published Wednesday in the journal Pediatrics. CNN.com – RSS Channel ...

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Tiny Quebec village faces $1.5M lawsuit for trying to protect its water

Concerned Quebecers are throwing their support behind the village of Ristigouche Sud-Est, which is facing off against an oil company in a legal battle over its water source. CBC | Canada News

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EXCLUSIVE Navy sailor freed from jail seeks Trump pardon

A former Navy sailor whose conviction and imprisonment for taking photos inside his nuclear submarine were criticized by candidate Donald Trump has been released – and the one-time mariner is now hoping President Trump will follow through with a pardon. ...

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Hurricane Irma causes 'major damage' in the Caribbean

The strongest Atlantic Ocean hurricane ever measured  has slammed into Caribbean islands, causing “major damage” en route to Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba before possibly heading for the US state of Florida. Hurricane Irma caused the death of at ...

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