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US govt shutdown continues for 3rd day as Senate fails to reach funding deal

US govt shutdown continues for 3rd day as Senate fails to reach funding deal

29 minutes ago   |   News

US Senate members have failed to strike a deal to end the government shutdown, pushing the deadline back by 11 hours.
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Shutdown heads into day 2 amid blame game on both sides

Shutdown heads into day 2 amid blame game on both sides

1 hour ago   |   News

The government shutdown enters its second day with recriminations deepening between the parties and with no sign of progress towards ending the impasse.
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New York to spend state money to keep Statue of Liberty open during shutdown

New York to spend state money to keep Statue of Liberty open during shutdown

1 hour ago   |   Business - News

The U.S. government shutdown is prompting New York state to step in and pay to open the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island for visitors.
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Thousands seek to empower during Orlando Women's March

Thousands seek to empower during Orlando Women's March

3 hours ago   |   News

Nearly 3,500 people took to the streets of Orlando near Lake Eola in support of women's rights.
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Shutdown could have big impact on Maryland's economy

Shutdown could have big impact on Maryland's economy

3 hours ago   |   Business - News

The federal government shutdown could have a massive impact on Maryland's economy, according to a political analyst.
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New England wins AFC championship, defeating Jacksonville

New England wins AFC championship, defeating Jacksonville

4 hours ago   |   News   |   5 articles

After chasing the Jacksonville Jaguars' lead for most of the game, the Patriots regained the spot with minutes left.
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UFC 220 post-event facts: Stipe Miocic breaks new ground in heavyweight record books

UFC 220 post-event facts: Stipe Miocic breaks new ground in heavyweight record books

4 hours ago   |   Sport - News

The UFC's first title fights of the year didn't provide any shakeups. Both champions defended on Saturday's UFC 220 card, which took place at TD Garden in Boston and aired on...
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Nick Goepper is first skier to qualify for U.S. Olympic men's slopestyle team

Nick Goepper is first skier to qualify for U.S. Olympic men's slopestyle team

5 hours ago   |   Sport - News

Goepper, of Indiana, was bronze medalist in Sochi Olympics
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John Coleman, Weather Channel co-founder, dies at age 83

John Coleman, Weather Channel co-founder, dies at age 83

5 hours ago   |   News

John Coleman, a former meteorologist who co-founded the Weather Channel, has died. He was 83.
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Trump campaign ad highlights suspect in NorCal deputies' murders

Trump campaign ad highlights suspect in NorCal deputies' murders

5 hours ago   |   News   |   2 articles

President Donald Trump's re-election campaign released a provocative new ad accusing Democrats of being "complicit" in the slayings of law enforcement officers by people in the...
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Boston TV station features Aaron Hernandez in tweet about Patriots' AFC...

Boston TV station features Aaron Hernandez in tweet about Patriots' AFC title game win

WCVB, the ABC affiliate in Beantown, later deleted a tweet that included Aaron Hernandez. The former Patriots tight end was convicted of murder in 2015 and hanged himself in... Read more ...

Agnès b. Debuts Sweeping Fall/Winter 2018 Collection

Agnès b. Debuts Sweeping Fall/Winter 2018 Collection

The eponymously designed agnès b. hit the Paris runway with a blend of suits and loungy sportswear, inflected with bold patterns and executed in a range of relaxed, yet sharp... Read more ...

Moderates Cooking Up Deal to End Shutdown

Moderates Cooking Up Deal to End Shutdown

A group of moderate-leaning senators say they're making progress toward a deal to end the government shutdown before it stretches through Monday. The group of nearly 20... Read more ...

Tom Brady reportedly needed more than 10 stitches to injured hand, sprained...

Tom Brady reportedly needed more than 10 stitches to injured hand, sprained a ligament, and it is being called 'a legitimate issue'

Steven Senne/AP Tom Brady reportedly needed more than 10 stitches to the inside of his throwing hand as a result of a collision with teammate Rex Burkhead in practice. One... Read more ...

Watch: Eagles fans clash with police ahead of NFC championship game

Watch: Eagles fans clash with police ahead of NFC championship game

Eagles fans are already getting rowdy as the team prepares to host the Vikings in the NFC championship game. Read more ...

Trump reportedly asked South Korea's president to publicly give him kudos...

Trump reportedly asked South Korea's president to publicly give him kudos for the talks with North Korea

Earlier this month, South Korean and North Korean officials met for landmark negotiations amid the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. President Donald Trump... Read more ...

Jaguars vs. Patriots: Live updates from AFC championship game

Jaguars vs. Patriots: Live updates from AFC championship game

For live Jaguars-Patriots scoring updates during Sunday's AFC championship game, follow along here. Read more ...

Trump Ad: Dems 'Complicit' in Murders by Illegal Immigrants

Trump Ad: Dems 'Complicit' in Murders by Illegal Immigrants

Just hours into the government shutdown, the Trump campaign released a video claiming that Democrats in Congress will be "complicit" in every murder committed by immigrants in... Read more ...

Here's a look at Patriots QB Tom Brady's right hand

Here's a look at Patriots QB Tom Brady's right hand

The most talked about right hand in sports was revealed Sunday afternoon when New England Patriots Tom Brady took the field in Foxborough. Read more ...

Jim Johannson, USA Hockey's general manager, dies at 53

Jim Johannson, USA Hockey's general manager, dies at 53

Jim Johannson, the general manager of the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team, has died just a couple weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Games. Read more ...