Chargers’ Josh Kelley aware he can’t afford to fumble another opportunity

The Chargers have turned the ball over five times through three games. One of those was pinned to wide receiver Keenan Allen when he and running back Austin Ekeler failed to connect on a desperate lateral as time expired Sunday in a 21-16 loss to Carolina. The other four have come from rookies — quarterback […]

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Chris Wallace Calls Debate ‘a Terrible Missed Opportunity’

“I’m just sad with the way last night turned out.” Chris Wallace, the “Fox News Sunday” anchor and moderator of Tuesday’s melee of a debate between President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr., was on the phone Wednesday from his home in Annapolis, Md., reflecting on — his words — “a terrible missed opportunity.” “I […]

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Stars Who Married After 40: Salma Hayek, Cameron Diaz & More

These stars exchanged their ‘I dos’ after they turned 40 years old! See couples like Salma Hayek and François-Henri Pinault and so many more celebs who got hitched after the milestone birthday! The right time to walk down the aisle is when you’ve found the love of your life, and for these stars, that came […]

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Chargers paying penalty for untimely mistakes from strong defense

Joey Bosa crunched his facial expression in anger and grabbed his helmet as his skin turned red. With the Chargers trailing the Carolina Panthers by eight points at the start of the fourth quarter, the defense forced a third-and-three near the edge of the red zone. Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater initiated a hard count, which […]

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Justice Dept. Documents Highlight Criticisms of Mueller Inquiry

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department this week turned over to allies of President Trump documents that appeared to undermine aspects of the investigation into the campaign’s ties with Russia. The documents — related to flawed applications for a wiretap on a former Trump adviser and an F.B.I. agent’s criticisms of the prosecution of the former […]

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Covid-19 Live Updates: Europe Scrambles to Contain the Virus Amid Spikes

Here’s what you need to know: ‘We have, in a bad sense, literally turned the corner.’ Europe scrambles to avoid another devastating surge. ‘What will happen, nobody knows’: Worries grow in parts of the world where cold weather is approaching. School begins in New York City, with some in-person instruction. Distrusting the F.D.A., Black doctors […]

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Anti-lockdown protests demand cities reconsider resuming coronavirus restrictions

Protesters turned out in major cities worldwide this weekend to demonstrate frustrations over returning coronavirus lockdown measures, even as cases spike and the global death toll approaches 1 million. More than a thousand people gathered in central London as Mayor Sadiq Khan and Prime Minister Boris Johnson consider whether to resume lockdown measures, according to […]

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Pac-12 plans to make decision on football season next week

At the end of a whirlwind week, one that turned the tide on the Pac-12’s daunting path back to fall football, university presidents and chancellors from the conference’s member schools met to deliberate over a season that now appears imminent. No votes were cast, and no dates for a potential restart were set. But after […]

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Pete Buttigieg hopes coronavirus vaccine will be area ‘free from political interference’

The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly turned political but former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg told “The Story with Martha MacCallum” that he hopes the handling of a vaccine doesn’t follow the same track record. “A safe, effective vaccine can’t come soon enough,” he said. “The sooner that happens, the better chance we have of being […]

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NBA teams that keep focused on their game thriving in the bubble

In the hallways outside the convention center ballroom that the NBA has turned into a practice court, Boston coach Brad Stevens swatted away a question like he was Bam Adebayo waiting for Jayson Tatum. Down 1-0 to Miami, the reporter wondered, could his young core of Tatum, Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart play with even […]

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Trump, Biden to be turned into puppets for Fox comedy special

President Trump and his 2020 election opponent Joe Biden will be turned into puppets for a comedy special set to air Oct. 1 on Fox following the candidates’ first debate. The half-hour satirical sketch show “Let’s Be Real” will cover politics and pop culture using puppets — including of Trump and Biden — and is […]

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Breonna Taylor’s Family to Receive $12 Million Settlement From City of Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — After months of protests that turned Breonna Taylor’s name into a national slogan against police violence, city officials have agreed to pay her family $12 million and institute reforms aimed at preventing future deaths by police officers, according to three people familiar with the details. The settlement of a wrongful-death lawsuit brought […]

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Trent Grisham fans the flames of Dodgers-Padres rivalry after home run

Trent Grisham turned up a simmering Dodgers-Padres rivalry to a boil on Monday night. While his sixth-inning home run changed the momentum in an eventual 7-2 San Diego win that trimmed the Dodgers’ NL West lead to 1½ games, it was the Padres outfielder’s exaggerated bat flip that cemented the brewing animosity between Southern California’s […]

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Brandi Glanville Claims Denise Richards’ Rival Heather Locklear Supported Her Amid ‘RHOBH’ Drama

Brandi Glanville has revealed that Denise Richards’ BFF turned enemy Heather Locklear showed her support amid her claims that she had an affair with Denise. It turns out actress Heather Locklear was on team Brandi Glanville during season 10 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Friend of the show Brandi claimed she had a wild […]

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The Most Republican of Republican Lawyers Just Called Out Trump’s Lies on Voter Fraud

WASHINGTON — Clearly, Ben Ginsberg has had enough. A former journalist turned election lawyer, Ginsberg spent the past four decades in the trenches of Republican politics and campaigns. He represented the Republican National Committee. He was George W. Bush’s lawyer during the 2000 recount battle, once appearing on all five Sunday talk shows on the same […]

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Apple files countersuit against ‘Fortnite’ developer Epic Games

Apple turned up the heat in its high-stakes legal battle against “Fortnite” developer Epic Games on Tuesday, filing a countersuit asking for damages resulting from lost App Store fees. Apple, which kicked “Fortnite” off the App Store last month after Epic instituted a new payment system which would have allowed it to circumvent the 30 […]

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Kourtney Kardashian’s BFF Addison Rae Channels Carrie Bradshaw In Shirt Dress & More Of Her Hottest Looks

Addison Rae turned heads in a button-down shirt dress with a black belt at her mom’s birthday dinner in Malibu. Plus, check out her other hottest looks here. Addison Rae‘s spotlight quickly got even bigger when she started hanging out with BFF Kourtney Kardashian, 41, this year and ever since, she hasn’t been afraid to […]

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Serena Williams rebounds from slow start to beat Sloane Stephens at U.S. Open

In danger of her earliest exit at the U.S. Open since her debut 22 years ago, Serena Williams turned things around and took over against Sloane Stephens. Williams emerged from the third-round matchup between two Americans who are past champions at Flushing Meadows — she’s won six of her 23 Grand Slam singles titles at […]

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James Harden reacts to the Rockets’ Game 1 win vs. the Lakers | 2020 NBA Playoffs

James Harden says the Houston Rockets ‘turned the page’ after their seven-game series against the Oklahoma City Thunder and it helped them lock in against the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 1 of their second-round series. Even after the team’s 112-97 victory, Harden anticipates a hard-fought series, saying the Lakers are the top seed in […]

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Online bans fail to silence US extremists drawn to protests

After Wisconsin protests over Jacob Blake’s shooting by police turned deadly last week, a member of an anti-government extremist group started posting updates from the scene for comrades in an encrypted chat room. The group member named “Jake” said “two of my guys” rushed in to help after a gunman later identified as 17-year-old Kyle […]

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Dishing on doves: Making the best of opening day of dove hunting at public sites in Illinois

A lone dove breast turned into a meal. | Dale Bowman Dove hunting at public sites in Illinois is an experience that spreads across the preparation to the hunting to the cooking and eating. KEWANEE, Ill. — How do you stretch one mourning dove into a meal? Stay with me. Tuesday was opening day for […]

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Charlize Theron Sends Sweet Message To Keanu Reeves On His Birthday: You’re A ‘Handsome Human’

Keanu Reeves turned 56 on Sept. 2, and he received major love from his former co-star and real-life pal, Charlize Theron, on social media for the big day! Charlize Theron isn’t afraid to admit that her longtime friend, Keanu Reeves, is a good looking guy! In honor of Keanu’s 56th birthday on Sept. 2, Charlize took […]

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Clippers’ Marcus Morris, Dallas’ Luka Doncic fined by NBA

Clippers forward Marcus Morris Sr. turned 31 on Wednesday, but it wasn’t exactly the happiest of birthdays after the NBA issued him a $35,000 fine for “recklessly striking” Dallas guard Luka Doncic above the neck during Game 6 of the team’s first-round series. The flagrant-2 foul he committed in Sunday’s series-clinching Clippers victory followed two […]

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Markey Holds Off Joseph Kennedy in Massachusetts Senate Race

Senator Edward J. Markey turned back a primary challenge Tuesday from Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III, handing the Kennedy family its first-ever electoral loss in Massachusetts and demonstrating the growing strength of the progressive left. Forging a coalition of younger and more liberal Democrats, the sort of voters who once formed the core of the […]

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Detroit honors COVID-19 victims with public park memorial

The city of Detroit has turned an island park into an extraordinary memorial garden for victims of COVID-19 By ED WHITE Associated Press August 31, 2020, 4:03 PM • 2 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article DETROIT — The city turned an island park into an extraordinary memorial garden Monday as cars […]

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