Cat Osterman crowned first Athletes Unlimited softball champion

Cat Osterman of Team Osterman addresses players after being awarded the Most Valuable Player award after the game against Team Warren during the final weekend of the Athletes Unlimited softball league at Parkway Bank Sports Complex in Rosemont. | Quinn Harris/Getty Images The league crowned her its individual champion based on points scored in games […]

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Female banker emerges as possible successor to Goldman Sachs CEO

Wall Street can stop wondering who the most powerful woman at Goldman Sachs might be. Goldman Chief Executive David Solomon announced Tuesday that he has shuffled the executive ranks once again, this time making Stephanie Cohen co-head of the $2 trillion megabank’s consumer banking and wealth management group. Cohen, a 43-year-old insider who has been […]

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Julian Assange could end up at Colorado Supermax prison, former warden says

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange would have to be “almost dying” to get out of arguably the most notorious prison in the United States if convicted of espionage charges and sent there, a court at London’s Old Bailey heard Tuesday. Assange, who is fighting an extradition request from the U.S., would likely be sent to the federal Supermax prison in […]

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Katie Holmes Stuns In Floral Print Dress On Romantic Lunch Date With New BF Emilio Vitolo Jr. — Pics

Katie Holmes continues to be one of the most adored — and well fed — New Yorkers in her romance with Emilio Vitolo Jr. The couple had another loved-up lunch date where she dazzled in a floral dress. Katie Holmes is sure getting a taste of how dating a chef/restaurateur will mean lots of meals […]

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RNC chair wants to see Biden talk about policies during upcoming presidential debate

The RNC chairwoman is most interested in hearing about Joe Biden’s policies during Tuesday’s debate, she said Sunday. “Fox & Friends Weekend” host Jedediah Bila noted that “there have been two very different campaigns leading up to the debate” and asked Ronna McDaniel, “How do you think that will manifest?” “The president’s been in a debate for four years with the […]

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Kim Kardashian Leaps Into ‘The Blue Lagoon’ With Her Kids North, 8, & Saint, 4, In Sweet New Video: Watch

Kim Kardashian’s clan are making the most of the warm weather! The mom-of-four posted an IG reels video, showing her kids jumping into a bright blue lagoon. Kim Kardashian, 39, has utilized Instagram’s new “Reels” feature, creating an adorable video of herself, North West, 8, and Saint West, 4, jumping into a secluded lagoon. Arranged in […]

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Scalia’s ‘Judicial Philosophy Is Mine, Too,’ Amy Coney Barrett Says

“Today, it is my honor to nominate one of our nation’s most brilliant and gifted legal minds to the Supreme Court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution: Judge Amy Coney Barrett.” [Applause] “The flag of the United States is still flying at half staff […]

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‘I Didn’t Want to Wait’: They’re the Truly Early Voters

Minnesota was the most consequential state to begin early voting. Hillary Clinton won Minnesota in 2016, but President Trump is determined to flip it this year, despite Joseph R. Biden Jr. leading in most polls there. Kasono Mwanza, 32, decided to vote in person rather than wait for the absentee ballot he requested to arrive. […]

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HollywoodLife Endorses Joe Biden For President: Here’s Why

If you haven’t yet decided who you will support for president in the the most consequential election since we faced the Civil War, HollywoodLife urges you to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for these 10 key reasons. Why should you vote for Joe Biden instead of Donald Trump on November 3? Let us […]

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Chargers eye more from Justin Herbert in second start, namely a win over Panthers

The circumstances made for what almost has to be the most bizarre NFL debut for a top-prospect quarterback. Justin Herbert was thrust into his maiden game mere moments before kickoff because a member of his team’s medical staff inadvertently punctured the lung of the scheduled starter. So Herbert suddenly trotted onto the field in a […]

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Pac-12 Will Play Football in 2020, Joining Other Top Leagues During the Pandemic

The Pac-12 Conference is joining the other four most powerful leagues in college sports in deciding to play football this fall, defying the risks of the coronavirus pandemic to salvage a season for fans and the financial health of its schools. The Pac-12, which said last month that its teams would not compete until at […]

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Iditarod preps for any scenario as 2021 race plans proceed

The world’s most famous sled dog race will go forward in 2021, and amid the ongoing pandemic, officials now are preparing for every possible contingency for what the race and the world might look like in March when the Iditarod starts. It’s not the mushers who worry Iditarod CEO Rob Urbach; they’re used to social […]

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Wildfires taint West Coast vineyards with taste of smoke

Smoke from the West Coast wildfires has tainted grapes in some of the nation’s most celebrated wine regions with an ashy flavor that could spell disaster for the 2020 vintage. Wineries in California, Oregon and Washington have survived severe wildfires before, but the smoke from this year’s blazes has been especially bad — thick enough […]

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Fired Officer Is Indicted in Breonna Taylor Case; Protesters Wanted Stronger Charges

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A grand jury weighing evidence in one of the country’s most contentious police shootings indicted a former Louisville police detective on charges of reckless endangerment on Wednesday for his role in the raid on the home of Breonna Taylor, but the two officers who shot Ms. Taylor six times faced no charges. […]

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‘The Masked Singer’ Season 4 Costumes: Photos Of All The Wild Outfits For The New Season

‘The Masked Singer’ season 4 premieres Sept. 23. The new season has some of the wackiest and most intricate costumes yet, including Jellyfish, Broccoli, Serpent, and so many more. The Masked Singer season 4 returns Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. on FOX. The brand-new season features a whole new set of masked celebrities dressed up […]

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Nearly two-thirds believe presidential election won’t be decided on Election Night: poll

Most voters don’t expect the race for the White House to be settled on the night of the Nov. 3 general election, according to a new national poll. Sixty-three percent of likely voters nationwide questioned in a Quinnipiac University public opinion survey released on Wednesday said they won’t know the winner of the contest between Democratic […]

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Brooke Shields’ Transformation: See The Gorgeous Actress & Model’s Then Vs Now — Pics

Former child actor Brooke Shields has been one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood for decades! Take a look back at her transformation over the years. A-lister Brooke Shields has been a Hollywood mainstay since the 1970s. Over the years, we’ve seen her rise to prominence as a child actor, star in major modeling campaigns, […]

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U.S. Ambassador to Netherlands Faces Questions About Political Interference

BRUSSELS — One of President Trump’s most outspoken ambassadors has found himself in a new controversy after co-hosting a fund-raiser for a populist far-right Dutch political party in the American Embassy in the Netherlands. The act appears to breach diplomatic protocol because of its involvement with domestic politics in the host nation. The ambassador, Pete […]

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‘One Tree Hill’ Cast 17 Years Later: Where Are They Now?

‘One Tree Hill’ premiered on Sept. 23, 2003. The series has become one of the most beloved teen dramas of all-time, and fans still love the cast 17 years later. So, what is the cast doing today? On Sept. 23, 2003, TV audiences went to Tree Hill and didn’t leave for another 9 years. Over the course […]

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Poisoned Russian Opposition Leader Leaves Berlin Hospital

BERLIN — Aleksei A. Navalny, Russia’s most prominent opposition leader, has been released from a hospital in Germany and could make a full recovery after being poisoned with a highly toxic nerve agent, doctors said on Wednesday. “Based on the patient’s progress and current condition, the treating physicians believe that complete recovery is possible,” the […]

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Halsey Performs Flawless Rendition Of ‘Dear Mr. President’ By 4 Non Blondes At ‘Time100’

Halsey is one of the most influential artists of the moment – and she just proved it during the ‘TIME100’ primetime special with a rousing performance of ‘Dear Mr. President.’ TIME magazine unveiled its list of the 100 most influential people in the world on Sept. 22 with the TIME100 primetime special, and Halsey was […]

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Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Show Off The Lush Backyard Of Their $14 Million Mansion During ‘Time100’

Two of the most influential people in the world – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – appeared during the TIME100 Special and pleaded with Americans to get out and vote in November. Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, were among the stars who appeared during the TIME100 special, a look at TIME magazine’s annual […]

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Displaced Whitecaps face LAFC amid fires, pandemic

Under most circumstances Marc dos Santos said he would enjoy an extended company-paid visit to Portland. “Such passionate people,” the Vancouver Whitecaps coach said in a teleconference call Monday. “In a normal situation Portland is one of the nicest cities with the most energy in the U.S.” But these are not normal times. Dos Santos […]

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C.I.A. Reasserts Putin Is Likely Directing Election Influence Efforts to Aid Trump

WASHINGTON — President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia is most likely continuing to approve and direct interference operations aimed at raising President Trump’s re-election chances, a recent C.I.A. analysis concluded, a signal that intelligence agencies continue to back their assessment of Russian activities despite the president’s attacks. The assessment was disseminated in support of sanctions […]

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Oregon grieves for natural places wiped out by wildfires

DETROIT LAKE, Ore. — Oregonians are grieving the loss of some of their most treasured natural places after wildfires wiped out campgrounds, hot springs and wooded retreats that have been touchstones for generations in a state known for its unspoiled beauty. The flames that destroyed hundreds of homes and killed at least nine people also […]

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As Concerns Over Climate Change Rise, More Developers Turn to Wood

SPOKANE, Wash. — Although it was established in 1873 near some of North America’s most productive forests, Spokane has rarely focused on new timber products in construction. But that is starting to change. In the city’s downtown, Eastern Washington University has moved into the Catalyst Building, a five-story, 150,000-square-foot structure, the first tall wood office […]

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