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In one of the biggest games he'll play in 2017, the second year QB went 21 of 36 for 255 yards, two touchdowns and zero turnovers, as Los Angeles beats the Dallas Cowboys 35-30 at a stunned Jerry World. The Rams defense once again forced a punt, but the Rams could not convert it into a touchdown. With the correct balance and mix of play calls I think the Cowboys could really move the ball on this team.
  • Ben Stokes mocks Katie Price's disabled son in leaked Snapchat video

    Ben Stokes mocks Katie Price's disabled son in leaked Snapchat video

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    Hales, who was present during the incident, returned to Bristol voluntarily on Tuesday to help police with their inquiries. Toby Roland-Jones has become the first current England player to speak publicly since Ben Stokes' arrest for alleged assault in Bristol on Monday, saying that there are lessons to be learned both for England's players and management in the wake of the incident.
  • 4 in 5 Americans Feel 'Dreamers' Should Stay in US, Become Citizens

    4 in 5 Americans Feel 'Dreamers' Should Stay in US, Become Citizens

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    Lankford said he had spoken with the president three weeks ago while the bill text was still being finalized. "They're caught in between at this point". The RAC Act was introduced by a group of Republicans with relatively vulnerable seats, but as it became clear that Trump was going to end DACA, it's attracted the support of Republicans who are more straightforwardly conservative.When Gov.
  • 4th ODI: India takes on Australia in Bengaluru

    4th ODI: India takes on Australia in Bengaluru

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    The hosts will heavily rely on openers Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane to get them off to a flying start. Virat Kohli needs 13 more runs to reach 2000 runs in ODI in this year 2017. Rahane registered a hat-trick of half-centuries and in the next over Sharma hit two big sixes off leg-spinner Adam Zampa to bring up his fifty in style.
  • Brawl breaks out in Ugandan Parliament for second day

    Brawl breaks out in Ugandan Parliament for second day

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    Some people wailed and cried. Tension in parliament has been heightened by a proposed motion that would prevent anyone over the age of 75 from running for president. Heavy security was deployed in the capital, Kampala , and police fired tear gas and arrested scores Tuesday who demonstrated their opposition to ongoing efforts to remove the age limit from the constitution.
  • Moore Wins GOP Primary Runoff in Alabama

    Moore Wins GOP Primary Runoff in Alabama

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    Ron Johnson (R-WI) about Moore , playing a clip of the Alabama candidate saying in December that he didn't believe former President Barack Obama was born in the United States, and another in which he said the teachings of Islam were "completely opposite what our First Amendment stands for".
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan says Manchester United are focused on winning Champions League

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    Three thousand of them will be used for the Spartak Moscow-Liverpool game, while the remaining 2500 will be sent to supervise matters when Manchester United take on CSKA Moscow on Wednesday evening. Also, they are sitting at 4th place in the Russian Premier League . CSKA Moscow is quite talented as a whole and could exploit that weakness. A win on Wednesday would see Man Utd go three points clear at the top of Champions League Group A, with CSKA now behind the Old ...
  • Olympics: South Korea banks federation boosts 2018 ticket sales

    Olympics: South Korea banks federation boosts 2018 ticket sales

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    With tensions on the Korean peninsula threatening to bubble over, the government in Paris on Thursday became the first to publicly raise the possibility of skipping the February 9-25 Pyeongchang Olympics on safety grounds. The IOC has said it is not contemplating any "Plan B" for the Games. "Despite current political tensions with North Korea , there is no specific information to suggest there are imminent threats to US citizens or facilities in South Korea", USOC president Scott Blackmun ...
  • Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Display Serious PDA At Invictus Games

    Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Display Serious PDA At Invictus Games

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    They were seen smiling and chatting to each other during the semi-final of the Invictus Games' Wheelchair Tennis, in which the New Zealand doubles team beat Australia 6-3. And while they obviously weren't together, that didn't stop Meghan from smiling and beaming proudly while watching her royal boyfriend speak to the crowd.
  • Addison Russell knocks over, replaces fan's nachos

    Addison Russell knocks over, replaces fan's nachos

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    The Cubs' Addison Russell might just have made a friend out of a Cardinals fan. As hard as it's been to accept, there's no denying the Cubs have unseated the Cardinals as the current NL Central standard. Kris Bryant drilled a solo homer in the second, and Javier Baez cracked a three-run shot to left-center an inning later that essentially ended the game's competitive phase.
  • Score predictions for Chelsea's clash with Stoke City

    Score predictions for Chelsea's clash with Stoke City

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    Roy Hodgson will engage in every form of machination to stymie the goals of Pep Guardiola's side but the brute attacking force of the City might be unstoppable especially for a side shorn of quality defenders. Scholes said that City have been the most "entertaining" team in the league so far. The last time the eventual champ didn't have 10 points through five matches was Manchester United in 2008-09, when the Red Devils had eight.
  • Patriots fans rain boos on own players for anthem protest

    Patriots fans rain boos on own players for anthem protest

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    Texans at Patriots news:Watson was poised and efficient when he needed to be, helping the Texans bleed clock in the fourth quarter with short passes and well-timed scrambles that kept the chains moving. Brady managed those numbers despite being under constant pressure by the Texans, from Jadeveon Clowney and JJ Watt in particular. Stephon Gilmore had plenty of room to come up with his first interception as a Patriot , returning the ball 39 yards to the Houston 12.
  • New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles: Where to Watch, Listen, and More

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    Blocking tight end Rhett Ellison and fullback Shane Smith haven't factored much into the play-calling. Actually, understated is putting it nicely. "Patriotism goes beyond a flag and an anthem". The protesters were not very numerous, but that didn't stop some Eagles fans from making their opinions heard outside the gates of the Linc parking lot.
  • Oumar Niasse finally measures up for Ronald Koeman's underachievers

    Oumar Niasse finally measures up for Ronald Koeman's underachievers

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    Even though Everton snatched the win as a couple of substitutes turned the game, it only papers over the cracks for me. Everton manager Ronald Koeman insists suggestions he was under pressure were ridiculous, but knows he is indebted to a player he tried to force out the club a year ago for easing the scrutiny.
  • Conte Hails Potential 'Great Striker' Morata After Chelsea Hat-trick

    Conte Hails Potential 'Great Striker' Morata After Chelsea Hat-trick

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    Pedro doubled Chelsea's lead in the 30th when he latched onto Darren Fletcher's misplaced chest pass and drove a fine finish across goalkeeper Jack Butland. Costa became renowned for an antagonistic approach on the pitch during his three years in England and is even said to have fallen out with Conte during a training-ground bust-up with a Chelsea fitness coach in January.
  • Alaves 1-2 Real Madrid

    Alaves 1-2 Real Madrid

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    The former Betis midfielder kick-started his Real career with a two-goal brace on his LaLiga debut for the capital club. Barcelona loanee Munir crossed the ball in for Garcia and the Alaves skipper made no mistake directing a close-range header past Navas off the underside of the bar.
  • Six civilians killed in unprovoked Indian firing

    Six civilians killed in unprovoked Indian firing

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    In response, India said that all ceasefire violations across the border had been initiated by Pakistani troops, and that the Border Security Force had only responded appropriately. Pakistan on Friday summoned India's High Commissioner here even as it condemned the alleged firing by Indian forces across the Line of Control, in which six Pakistani civilians were killed.
  • Aaron Hernandez Had CTE, Widow To Sue NFL

    Aaron Hernandez Had CTE, Widow To Sue NFL

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    According to an announcement from an attorney who represented Aaron Hernandez , researchers who examined Hernandez's brain found a severe case of CTE, the degenerative brain disease linked to concussions and repetitive head trauma. In July, researchers at Boston University released results of a study, which showed that they found CTE in the brains of 110 of the 111 former National Football League players they studied.
  • How to Watch Leicester City vs. Liverpool

    How to Watch Leicester City vs. Liverpool

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    Jurgen Klopp is likely to make a host of changes for Tuesday's trip to the East Midlands, which may provide a first start of the season for the likes of Danny Ward , Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Dominic Solanke . 'It doesn't mean we play better or worse, just different. "I thought it made complete sense for Alex to change club and to come here", said Klopp. I'm sure they didn't always play with three at the back and with wing backs and so Alex played in different positions when he was ...
  • Florida Sets Emergency Generator Rules for Nursing Homes

    Florida Sets Emergency Generator Rules for Nursing Homes

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    Eight people died and 145 patients had to be moved out of the stifling-hot facility, many of them on stretchers or in wheelchairs. Causes of death of the eight people, ranging in age from 71 to 99, at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills are still to be determined, but authorities suspect that a loss of power and air conditioning turned the facility into a death trap; the elderly are particularly susceptible to heat-related illnesses.
  • Fractured Fibula For Deebo Samuel, Out For Extended Time

    Fractured Fibula For Deebo Samuel, Out For Extended Time

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    South Carolina's Skai Moore picks off a Stephen Johnson pass, but United Kingdom doesn't give up any points. 6-0 USC over Kentucky . But nothing has come easy for Mark Stoops' Wildcats so far in 2017. And there is a good chance that Samuel will once again find a way to make his presence felt in a big way. They are keeping South Carolina's offense off the field.
  • Warriors' Kevin Durant slams Thunder in now-deleted tweets

    Warriors' Kevin Durant slams Thunder in now-deleted tweets

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    Multiple Twitter users said Durant has secret accounts on Twitter and Instagram the former Thunder star uses to defend himself. Imagine taking Russ off that team, see how bad they were. Fairly or not, Durant is going to be the butt of many jokes today. The tweets in question have since been deleted from Durant's account but were captured in a screenshot.
  • Tom Brady 'Certainly Hopes' Colin Kaepernick Can Play In The NFL Again

    Tom Brady 'Certainly Hopes' Colin Kaepernick Can Play In The NFL Again

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    Drew Brees and the Saints offense fight valiantly, but a motivated Patriots team avoids the upset. New England (1-1) raced to a 30-13 halftime lead and coasted to the win. Gronkowski played just eight games last season because of injury and looked somewhat rusty with just two catches in the opener. Brees actually has a winning record against the Patriots, and there's no doubt that he will give it his all tomorrow afternoon.
  • Bills offense falls flat in 9-3 loss to Panthers

    Bills offense falls flat in 9-3 loss to Panthers

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    After looking stellar in their Week One win over the Jets, the Bills were brought back to reality on Sunday with a 9-3 loss to Carolina. He caught one pass for 10 yards in the game before leaving. The Bills would eventually get on the board when Stephen Hauschka banked in a 45 yard field goal off the right up right and through to cut the deficit down to 6-3.