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Nov 14 2023
The West Jersey Football League recently announced its all-star selections for each of its divisions. These selections were made by coaches within each division. More:Football 2023: Check out all our content for the South Jersey high school season Tom McGurk is a regional sports reporter for the Courier-Post, The Daily Journal and Burlington County Times, covering South Jersey sports for overCourier-Post
Nov 07 2023
Ohio has once again taken center stage in the national abortion debate with Buckeye state voters set to decide on Nov. 7 whether the procedure is a constitutional right. Abortion and pro-life advocates around the country took to social media in the days prior, urging voters to either approve or reject the proposed constitutional amendment (Issue 1), promising dire consequences either way. NotNTD
Nov 21 2023
Kim Taylor, the wife of an Iowa county supervisor, was found guilty of 52 counts of voter fraud on Tuesday, concluding a months-long case into her interference in the 2020 election. Federal prosecutors said Taylor attempted to “generate votes” in the 2020 primary and general elections in Iowa in order to help her husband, Woodbury County Supervisor Jeremy Taylor, win the primary for Rep. SteveThe Hill
Nov 16 2023
NEW YORK (AP) — Ronald Acuña Jr. had been waiting for this moment. “From the day I got to the league right away I always knew I wanted to be the MVP,” the Atlanta Braves right fielder said through a translator. “It’s always been a dream of mine and I’m living the dream come true.” […]NewsNation
Nov 16 2023
Atlanta was awarded Major League Baseball’s 2025 All-Star Game Thursday, two years after the game was pulled from Georgia during a flap over voting reform legislation state lawmakers had passed earlier that year. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred commended Atlanta Braves Chairman Terry McGuirk, President and CEO Derek Schiller, and the Atlanta Sports Council for leading the effort to bring the so-The Georgia Sun
Nov 25 2023
Kirk Herbstreit is excited for Ohio State vs. Michigan. But the former Ohio State quarterback admitted Saturday's editon of the OSU-Michigan game could be the last of its kind. "This is what Ohio State and Michigan fans dream about, honestly," Herbstreit said on ESPN's "College GameDay" Saturday. "These last few years where undefeated vs. undefeated. Two vs. three, winner-take-all. And I'llThe Columbus Dispatch
Nov 21 2023
The Yemeni Houthis, testing the patience of their neighbors, as well as of America and Israel, are escalating their aggression, with the latest test being the seizure of a cargo ship, the Galaxy Leader, in the Red Sea over the weekend. Will such provocations spark an all-out Mideast war?
Financed, trained, and armed by the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Houthis have since October 7The New York Sun
Aug 30 2023
A quirk of American law long barred Medicare, the public-health insurer for the elderly, from negotiating with drug firms over prices. Even as the National Health Service in Britain and other government procurers haggled with companies to bring costs down, one of the world’s biggest spenders on drugs was forced to be a price-taker. Americans, meanwhile, spend more than twice as much onThe Economist
Nov 20 2023
HONOLULU — A U.S. Navy plane overshot a runway and splashed into a bay in Hawaii on Monday, but authorities said all nine people aboard made it safely to shore with no injuries.
Spokesperson Petty Officer Ryan Fisher said the Coast Guard responded but that rescue operations were quickly called off.
“It sounds like all parties involved were...MarketWatch