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Dove hunting season begins this coming weekend. [Read More]
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Passengers in a church van spotted the baby on Saturday as they drove along Interstate 40... [Read More]
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The Cowboys and Cardinals, in what the stadium announcer called a display of unity, locked arms on each of their sidelines Monday night before their game in an expression of displeasure with President Donald Trump's recent comments. [Read More]
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Technology tycoons lost $15.5 billion from their fortunes on Monday as a sell-off of the sector's most valuable companies intensified. Facebook Inc.'s Mark Zuckerberg saw the biggest drop in net worth of $3.2 billion, followed by a $1.3 billion decline for Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s Jack Ma and a $1.2 billion wipeout for Amazon.com Inc.'s Jeff Bezos. The 59 tech moguls on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index control $942 billion, more than any other industry in the ranking. [Read More]
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The Cowboys owner joined in a demonstration with the Cowboys players before Monday night's national anthem... [Read More]
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Firefighters battled a fast-moving brush fire burning along the 91 Freeway near the border of Anaheim and Corona Monday afternoon, which prompted evacuations. [Read More]
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The Dallas Cowboys took a knee before Monday night's game -- all of them, including owner Jerr... [Read More]
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Her comments came just hours before reports that at least six Trump officials had used private emails. [Read More]
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Alejandro Villanueva says he unintentionally separated himself from his Steelers teammates in the tunnel on Sunday and didn't intend to stand by himself for the national anthem. [Read More]
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But in a twist, the Dallas Cowboys and owner chose to kneel before the national anthem played during the NFL's "Monday Night Football." [Read More]
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A Tempe City Court Judge has been arrested by Chandler Police for allegedly stabbing his wife ten times. [Read More]
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The Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals may add a little dunh-dunh-dunh-dunnnhhh to this weekend's national anthem protests. [Read More]
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Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys took a knee before the start of the National Anthem for MNF. [Read More]
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"It looks like a bomb went off": Puerto Ricans described desperate conditions on the hurricane-rocked island and pleaded for more help from federal agencies on Monday. [Read More]
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Watch the Loyola-Chicago vs. Missouri State (W Volleyball) video on WatchESPN. [Read More]
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The Cowboys kneeled prior to the national anthem Monday, but stood for the performance. The Dallas Cowboys took a knee Monday prior to the national anthem, but stood for the performance with locked arms. The Arizona Cardinals did the same, joining a lengthy list of NFL athletes who protested in some form before Week 3 games after Donald Trump made divisive comments throughout the weekend. Joining the Cowboys for the kneel prior to anthem — which drew boos from the Arizona crowd — were owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett. ... [Read More]
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North Korea's foreign minister said Monday the U.S. had declared war on North Korea and his country considers all possible responses to be on the table. [Read More]
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The Dallas Cowboys completed a teamwide demonstration before the start of the national anthem Monday night... [Read More]
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The Dallas Cowboys, alongside owner Jerry Jones, kneel on the field prior to the national anthem on Monday Night Football. [Read More]
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As the focus of NFL player protests turned to the national primetime platform of ESPN's "Monday Night Football," the Dallas Cowboys football team took a knee moments before the singing of the National Anthem at the Arizona Cardinals' stadium in Glendale, Ariz. The Cardinals, meanwhile, arranged for a gigantic American flag that covered the length... [Read More]
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