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Sep 05 2023
NEW YORK — Yankees designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton looked bad again in three of his fourth at-bats Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, a strikeout swinging in the first, a K looking in the fourth and another swinging whiff in the eighth. Nothing new there. Big G has had a lot of ugly at-bats in his latest disappointing season, this one in which he’s struggled to keep his batting average abovenj.com
Sep 20 2023
FILE - Members of the American Indian Movement walk to the Wounded Knee Massacre Monument, Feb. 27, 2013 in Wounded Knee, S.D. A bill to preserve the site of the Wounded Knee massacre — one of the deadliest massacres in U.S. history — cleared the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023. (AP Photo/Kristi Eaton, File)Toronto Star
Jul 23 2023
The power of the atomic bomb in Oppenheimer never stood a chance against the might of Margot Robbie's Barbie -- in box office terms at least. Movie fans have been anticipating the juxtaposed pairing for months now as both films dropped in theaters on the same day. Both have received rave reviews from critics in the build up to release, but it look's like it's Barbie's world we're living inNewsweek
Mar 27 2023
The 28-year-old woman who unleashed deadly terror at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville on Monday is just the fifth female mass shooter in US history, data shows. The gunman, who police have only identified her as a local white woman, shot dead three children and three adults when she stormed into the The Covenant School armed with two assault-style rifles and a pistol. She wasNew York Post (News)
Sep 30 2023
Lawmakers in the US House of Representatives on Saturday approved a temporary funding bill, in a major step towards avoiding a disruptive government shutdown.
House members voted 335-91 to approve a funding measure meant to keep the government running for another 45 days, sending the bill to the Democrat-controlled Senate in a last-ditch effort to avoid a government freeze.Barron's
Sep 29 2023
New Jersey’s Robert Menendez is entitled to the presumption of innocence (again). But after his latest federal indictment on bribery charges, he should not be entitled to continue to serve in the United States Senate. The cloud hanging over the Garden State’s senior senator will inevitably distract from his ability to put his constituents first. He should step down and focus his energy onBluefield Daily Telegraph
Sep 27 2023
Troubled by conditions at federally subsidized apartment complexes, U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff of Georgia and Sherrod Brown of Ohio say they will examine whether owners are being held to account. The inquiry, prompted in part by an Atlanta Journal-Constitution investigation, asks the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development whether it follows its own regulations to force federallyAtlanta Journal-Constitution
Sep 16 2023
Longest Field Goal In SEC History Leads To Last Second Missouri Win Over No.15 Kansas State, Fans Storm The Field
Missouri has done it, defeating 15th ranked Kansas State in one of the wildest endings we’ve seen in college football’s first three weeks. Thanks to a delay of game and the longest field goal in SEC history from Harrison Mevis, Saturday’s early slate delivered. It all went down in Columbia, Missouri, as Kansas State made its way into SEC territory for the rivalry game. What started out as theOutKick
Sep 30 2023
Massachusetts politicians have paid tribute to U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who has died, aged 90, after a decades-long career in state and national politics. Feinstein died on Thursday night at her home in Washington, D.C., her office said on Friday, according to the Associated Press. Tributes poured in all day. Opening the Senate floor, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., announced that “MassLive.com
Sep 25 2023
The United States Space Force has had internal discussions about setting up a hotline with China to prevent crises in space, U.S. commander General Chance Saltzman told Reuters on Monday.
The chief of space operations said a direct line of communication between the Space Force and its Chinese counterpart would be valuable in de-escalating tensions but that the U.S. had not yet engagedReuters