• Giants grounded in McAdoo's debut, hang on to beat Cowboys

    USA

    After 700 days since he last stepped foot on the field in an National Football League regular-season game, Victor Cruz came back from the devastating knee injury that sidelined him for over 20 months. Injuries: New York linebacker J.T. Thomas III was carted off with a sprained knee at halftime after getting hurt on a kickoff return on the final play of the first half.
  • Jailed Ohio kidnapping suspect points police to 3rd body

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    The woman told the dispatcher the man's name was Shawn Grate and he broke into the house that was abandoned. "I don't know without waking him, and I'm scared", the woman says. He couldn't be reached for comment while in custody Wednesday. It wasn't immediately clear whether he has an attorney. Forensics experts and anthropologists, along with investigators with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation, combed through charred debris Wednesday and found the unidentified remains of a woman in ...
  • Employers turn to workers to help slow health cost growth

    Employers turn to workers to help slow health cost growth

    USA

    Besides, Chairman Jason Furman and health economist Matt Fiedler said deductibles provide "an incomplete picture of the overall trend in out-of-pocket costs in employer coverage". In 2016, 83 percent of covered workers face a deductible for single coverage, which averages $1,478. — Employers still pick up most of the bill for coverage.
  • Iraq Militia Fighters Join Battle For Syria's Aleppo

    USA

    The Syrian government insists that the United Nations work from a list of approved partners, the spokesman said. A confidential United Nations report says South Sudan's deadly fighting in July was directed by the highest levels of government, and that leaders are intent on a military solution that worsens ethnic tensions.
  • Republicans struggle over Trump's comparison of Putin, Obama

    USA

    Two months before Election Day, Trump's policies remain largely unformed. "I wouldn't call Texas in play for Hillary Clinton". Henry said that while students may have seen Clinton in passing on television or heard her in ads, the candidate's appearance was "an opportunity to hear her and see her first hand", to appreciate the "atmosphere" of being in the middle of a campaign.
  • Donald Trump just provided the first detailed education proposal of his campaign

    Donald Trump just provided the first detailed education proposal of his campaign

    USA

    Before Trump gave his speech on education at a charter school in Cleveland, Ohio, he had a photo op talking with an African American student to show how much he cares about those What-the-hell-do-you-have-to-lose? folks. Speaking to press at the Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy, Trump accused the Democratic party of trapping millions of black and Hispanic children in failing public schools that deny them the opportunity to "join the ladder of American success".
  • UNT offers help to former ITT students

    UNT offers help to former ITT students

    USA

    Faculty at ITT Tech have been disappointed with some of the portrayals of the staff and students as "second-rate" and possibly un-deserving of assistance or empathy from other community members and institutions. ITT alumnus Donald Fife told AMI Newswire he was "not entirely surprised" by the closure. But a press release issued Tuesday said, "With what we believe is a complete disregard by the U.S.
  • Real and Atletico lose appeals against transfer bans

    USA

    The players involved featured in games from 2005 to 2014 and reportedly include the four sons of Real manager Zinedine Zidane. It added that the ban "prevents them from registering any players at national and global level for the next two complete and consecutive registration periods" but does not stop them releasing players.
  • Clinton slams Trump for commenting on Fed policies

    Clinton slams Trump for commenting on Fed policies

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    Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is venturing onto Georgia airwaves, but if metro Atlanta residents blink they might miss it. "Except I didn't rob anybody", Clinton said at the AFL-CIO's Labor Day picnic in Ohio. "But Hillary Clinton understands that real strength is revealed in what you do for others", the ad continues noting Clinton's efforts to help disabled children and in support of a children's health-care program when she was first lady.
  • Hours After Win, Rubio Challenges Murphy To Six Debates

    USA

    A day after he secured the Republican nomination for re-election, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's presidential aspirations and insistence that he was done with the Senate didn't hurt him with GOP voters. He wasn't willing to say for sure whether he would stay for his full six-year term. So far, Rubio has been able to walk a tightrope in regards to his party's presidential nominee.
  • Trump says donation to AG not connected to university

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    Trump , for his part, has said he never spoke with Bondi about Trump University. Never spoke to her about that at all. The US$25,000 gift, paid by the Donald J. "As a businessman and a very substantial donor to very important people, when you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do", he told The Wall Street Journal past year.