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  • Times a-changin': Bob Dylan gets Nobel Prize

    US President Barack Obama congratulated Dylan on his "well-deserved" Nobel, and called him "one of my favorite poets". With songs such as "Blowin" in the Wind," "The Times They Are a-Changin", "Subterranean Homesick Blues " and " Like a Rolling Stone ", Dylan captured the embodiment of the "60s and "70s with its generation's spirit of rebellion, dissent and independence.

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  • WikiLeaks emails reveal Clinton's campaign strategy to woo 'needy Latinos'

    WikiLeaks emails reveal Clinton's campaign strategy to woo 'needy Latinos'

    A group of almost 90 Catholic and evangelical faith leaders issued a letter condemning the comments made by current Hillary Clinton staffers in a 2011 email released by WikiLeaks this week. beyond any doubt that this hack and then the leaking of the emails was perpetrated by the Russian government for the objective of intervening in the election and trying to affect the outcome in favor of Donald Trump ", Mook said.

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  • Patrick Mahomes II: Is He Another Big 12 Quarterback Bust?

    West Virginia senior QB Skyler Howard completed 21-of-31 passes for 318 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions in Saturday's 48-17 victory over Texas Tech . The red raiders now drop to 3-2 overall. But this game will be different for West Virginia , which is playing in its first true road game on the season.

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  • Indians Trevor Bauer to miss Game 2 ALCS start after drone injury

    But the wording of the Indians' news release announcing that Bauer's start in this playoff will be moved back was properly concise: Bauer is scheduled - note the italics - to pitch Game 3. TBS will have the television coverage for all games played in the series. "I was like, 'Uh oh, '" Francona told reporters at a Friday press conference .

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  • Big 12 contenders West Virginia, Kansas State hit the road

    Big 12 contenders West Virginia, Kansas State hit the road

    This is just one of those games that Oklahoma may already chalk up as a win and that's not good. Jordan Thomas almost pulled down an interception when Ertz made a desperate heave to the end zone after almost getting sacked, but ultimately the ball hit the ground and Kansas State settled for a field goal to cut the Sooners lead to 21-10.

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  • Conte 'the tailor' hails best Chelsea performance yet

    Conte 'the tailor' hails best Chelsea performance yet

    Apart from Chelsea's overall performance, what caught many people's eye is that both Diego Costa and Eden Hazard had a very similar celebration after they scored their respective goals. N'Golo Kante was in sparkling form for the home side, his defensive capability in the Chelsea midfield highlighted what Leicester were missing when they conceded their second before the break.

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  • Manchester City penalty woes allow Arsenal to join them at the top

    Manchester City penalty woes allow Arsenal to join them at the top

    Furthermore, Everton have a shocking record on the road to top-four sides, going winless since 2011/12 (D6-L14). Pochettino had experience of beating Guardiola once before and managed to repeat the feat a fortnight ago as his Spurs side battled and harassed City - denying them the time to play the way Guardiola wanted.

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  • Hunger and desire fuel this Tottenham team, says Lloris

    However, Spurs' toughest tests may lie ahead as they are due to play their next four games away from White Hart Lane. Sergio Aguero hit the post in the second half but otherwise struggled for his usual influence and Tottenham have now conceded only three times in their opening seven league matches.

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  • Chelsea: Club Legend Delivers Verdict on Antonio Conte

    Chelsea: Club Legend Delivers Verdict on Antonio Conte

    Despite Hazard's request, he was quick to praise the Italian coach for his physical condition into the current season unlike the sluggish start of the Blues campaign last season. Diego knows the situation. The Foxes have collected just eight points so far and they don't look like they'll finish in the first seven or eight places in the table.

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  • Highlights of Wednesday's National Hockey League games

    The night began with a ceremony where former Oilers greats Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier figuratively passed the torch to the 19-year-old phenom, the youngest captain in National Hockey League history. "It was great to have them share the moment with me". The second goal came with 5:42 left in the first period. St. Louis exploited a lengthy 5-on-3 situation in the end of the second period and beginning of the third, managing the tying and then decisive goals on the PP.

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  • Packers offense looks to get going against Cowboys

    Both games will remain on Fox. Top wideout Jordy Nelson has played just four games (including the preseason) since tearing his ACL past year and still has some rust to shake off. Either way, Green Bay's deep group of outside linebackers, led by Clay Matthews and Nick Perry, has extended the wall against the run to the edges. Elliott leads the league in rushing, while Prescott has come in and done everything asked of him in the wake of the Tony Romo injury.

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  • Jerry Jones seems to be changing his mind about Cowboys QB

    Added running backs coach Ben Sirmans: "You never know until we get to the game, but I think he's going to be fine". All but one of the games in the Packers' current win streak against the Cowboys came in Green Bay. The Packers defense has been better all around but especially against the run compared to the past few years. "With the way Dak is playing, with the positives of him playing gives us every opportunity to feel good about our future", Jones said.

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  • Brady politely declines to weigh in on Trump comments

    Brady also defies age, continuing to post record numbers at 39. New England's offensive line isn't almost as impressive, but they won't have to rely on the run to Beat the Bengals either. "He plays receiver physically, with his body". "It's different, but it is what it is", he said of going back to second string. Sunday, he makes his home debut and likely will be fired up again this week.

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  • Former England boss Sam Allardyce faces potential FA charge over his dismissal

    Former England boss Sam Allardyce faces potential FA charge over his dismissal

    The Telegraph are releasing full transcripts of their investigation, which covers alleged corruption across English football, to the police. "Once we get full access to them we'll pass them to our Integrity Unit. Glenn also said that successful worldwide managers "tend to be older". Such a charge could trigger a lengthy ban for Allardyce, who at 61 is in the latter stages of his managerial career.

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  • Former Hull City manager named as new Aston Villa boss

    Former Hull City manager named as new Aston Villa boss

    We're capable of being a very good team". The main problem he may face is the number of potential big egos and players who feel they are Premier League quality, in the dressing room. "It is arguably the biggest club I have ever managed and the biggest challenge of all". The expectation is always going to be there. "To be given the opportunity to manage it is terrific", the 55-year-old Bruce told the Villa website.

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  • Cubs RHP Hendricks leaves after taking liner off forearm

    Cubs RHP Hendricks leaves after taking liner off forearm

    With game two scheduled to being at 8:08 pm ET Saturday night, the Cubs find themselves in a must win situation despite a 1-0 series lead. After a pitcher's duel in Game 1 of the NLDS, the Cubs broke Game 2 open early. This brought up the top of the order. Contreras reached third on Fowler's sacrifice and came home on Kris Bryant's base hit to right. "We've done it before and just got to do it again".

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  • UK lawmakers press government for say on Brexit-EU talks

    Sterling has fallen to 31-year lows since May announced the date she meant to trigger Article 50, and the court case is being closely watched by market players who believe if there is a vote in parliament, the greater the chance there is of a "soft Brexit" or delays to the process.

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  • Ware misses 4th straight game as Broncos face Chargers

    Ware misses 4th straight game as Broncos face Chargers

    During the course of the streak, the Broncos evolved and evolved again, from a team reliant upon a madcap, running quarterback with a sub-50-percent completion percentage to one that leaned on of the most surgical - and perhaps best - quarterbacks in National Football League history, to the current iteration that is carried by its pressure-intensive defense.

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  • Game 3 of Red Sox-Indians series postponed to Monday

    Game 3 of Red Sox-Indians series postponed to Monday

    If you have a chance to win a game, that's what's right in front of you, and that's what's important. Indians right-hander Josh Tomlin and Boston righty Clay Buchholz , slated to face each other Sunday, will start Monday. Indians vs Red Sox Radio is available on ESPN Radio. Sandy Leon spoke wearing a knit cap flawless for the cool weather ahead. With the rainout, the Red Sox could come back to 22-game victor Rick Porcello in Game 4 on the usual four days of rest.

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  • OPEC must enact cuts for sustained oil price rise, IEA says

    IEA said OPEC output increased as production from Iraq hit an all-time high and Libya reopened ports to export more crude. In its monthly report Tuesday, the global watchdog said production from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries hit a record high in September of 33.64 million barrels a day.

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  • Pakistan announces Test Squad against West Indies

    Pakistan announces Test Squad against West Indies

    West Indies face a Pakistan side unbeaten in a Test series in two years and who have won 10 and lost just four of their last 17 Tests in that period. Veteran batsman Mohammad Hafeez, opening batsman Shan Masood, all-rounder Iftikhar Ahmed, and wicketkeeper-batsman Mohamad Nawaz have been left out of the 14-man squad selected for the 1 Test, which would also be a Day-Night affair - a first in Pakistan's Test history - and would be played with the pink ball.

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  • Eric Decker's season is over

    Eric Decker's season is over

    And though he only had nine catches in three games this season, two of them were for touchdowns - the Jets have just five receiving touchdowns this season. The loss of Decker is a huge hit to the Jets' offense. Decker has not played since the Jets' Week 3 game against the Chiefs, and the announcement about the severity of his shoulder injury seemed inevitable.

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  • Celtic took big step forward against Man City, says Brendan Rodgers

    Celtic took big step forward against Man City, says Brendan Rodgers

    While Rodgers acknowledged Celtic might have defended better for the second and third City goals, he preferred to highlight the many positives from the overall display. "When we play offensively we can cause anyone problems and that's what we showed and what we need to do in the next games". In Europe you can not concede because they are machines.

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  • 'No excuse' for Joshua-Klitschko not to take place, says Hearn

    'No excuse' for Joshua-Klitschko not to take place, says Hearn

    And the Manchester fighter was due to fight the Ukrainian in a rematch later this month - but pulled out through injury. Hearn has suggested a deal for Haye to fight Joshua may not be far away, but that will now depend of the outcome of his clash with Klitschko, which is set to be a huge pay-per-view event that will put the heavyweight title back in the spotlight for the first time in many a year.

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  • Lions sign Justin Forsett to bolster RB group

    Lions sign Justin Forsett to bolster RB group

    Riddick has been serving as the starter after a foot injury landed Ameer Abdullah on injured reserve. How much immediate work he'll see is a question though, with Theo Riddick and Zach Zenner in the mix along with the chance Washington will play .

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  • Maria Sharapova returns to tennis court for first time since drugs ban

    Maria Sharapova returns to tennis court for first time since drugs ban

    The ITF took the position that it is the independent tribunal's responsibility to determine what the appropriate sanction should be", the statement read. Meldonium was added to WADA's banned substances list on January 1, having been on its monitoring list for all of 2015, and athletes and their entourages were warned several times by email that it was about to be prohibited - emails Sharapova did not read.

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  • Rosberg wins Japanese Grand Prix to widen lead over Hamilton

    Rosberg wins Japanese Grand Prix to widen lead over Hamilton

    Rosberg, who started from pole, had no such concerns as he retained the lead and never looked back. He was criticised by some members of the press for playing on Snapchat during Thursday's FIA press conference and on Saturday reacted by walking out of his media session after a short statement.

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  • 49ers name Colin Kaepernick starting quarterback

    49ers name Colin Kaepernick starting quarterback

    The 49ers (1-4) are on a four-game losing streak, own the NFL's 31st-ranked offense and Gabbert ranks 27th in the National Football League in completion percentage (58.0), 30th in passer rating (69.6) and 31st in yards per attempt (5.9). Louis Rams on November 1. Kaepernick's start against the Buffalo Bills will be his first start in 11 months, dating back to Week 8 of the 2015 season when he played the then-St.

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  • Pep Guardiola expecting Spurs title challenge as Man City suffer first loss

    We play against one team that has been together the last two or three years, who last season were fighting until the end to win the Premier League". We knew how aggressive they are, especially at home. The defeat is the first blemish on Guardiola's copybook since taking the reins at City this summer, and the Spaniard insisted he will learn from the defeat.

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  • France impressive in win at World Cup qualifiers

    France impressive in win at World Cup qualifiers

    The Manchester United midfielder has struggled to live up to his £89million price tag since returning to Old Trafford in the summer but he scored the victor for Les Bleus with an impressive 30-yard strike on the half-hour mark. Gameiro should have doubled France's lead in the 55th minute, skillfully controlling a long pass by Pogba, but seeing Stekelenburg block his shot.

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  • FA chief executive Martin Glenn says Arsene Wenger would 'fit England criteria'

    Today when I go out onto the training pitch, I see people from China or Hong Kong. A player wants to play and since the moment I arrived at Arsenal I have had the trust of the manager. And while it would be nice to emulate Alex Ferguson , who chose to end his 26-year reign at Manchester United after winning the league title, Wenger said going out on a high was not his main priority.

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  • Giants lose to Packers, fall under .500 for season

    Giants lose to Packers, fall under .500 for season

    How did they get the job done? Somehow, he avoided throwing an interception, mostly because he didn't throw enough good balls for anyone to catch. The chance for a late first-half rally ended on the next play when Manning was sacked by Kyler Fackrell and lost a fumble that was recovered by Kenny Clark.

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  • High-steak game: 78-point win means big restaurant discount

    High-steak game: 78-point win means big restaurant discount

    For example, if MI won by 20 points, customers receive 20% off. MI defeated Rutgers 78-0 on Saturday to improve to 6-0, and that margin of victory has resulted in customers of Ruth's Chris Steakhouse in Ann Arbor, Mich., receiving 50 percent off steaks this week as part of a Facebook promotion .

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  • Pennsylvania State Police, authorities investigate threats as 'clown panic' continues

    But in almost all those cases, police have been unable to find any evidence or corroborate the sightings. "As Halloween approaches we anticipate more reports of creepy clowns", said Capt. "Ya it's pretty creepy, I mean". Monday said the negative press surrounding clowns will not deter him from doing what he loves. Meanwhile Instagram has exploded with posts of people dressed in clown costumes staring menacingly at the camera or photos of clowns appealing for understanding or offering ...

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  • Dimitri Payet returns as the Hammers look to get back on track

    Dimitri Payet returns as the Hammers look to get back on track

    The previous week they shipped goals in a 4-2 defeat at West Bromwich Albion, hardly prolific scorers, and have now conceded 14 in their last four league defeats. "Everything that was good a year ago in the majority of the season is bad this season". The Irons have started the season with just one win to accompany five defeats and have been left to occupy an early place in the drop zone with Stoke City and Sunderland.

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  • Alleged Blue Jays beer tosser Ken Pagan charged with mischief

    Alleged Blue Jays beer tosser Ken Pagan charged with mischief

    Pagan contacted police Wednesday evening after police released a photo of him. "With anything that happens throughout the city, it's very common for us to release photograph stills of the people that we're looking for and seeking the public's assistance for that person to turn themselves in - or for someone to identify them so that police can further investigate", she said.

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