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Kerry seeks to ease Saudi concerns over Syria, Iran

Secretary of State John Kerry is seeking to repair frayed ties with Saudi Arabia over the Syrian conflict and Iran, after making his first visit to Egypt since the army ousted president Mohamed Morsi. The top US diplomat landed in Riyadh late Sunday on the second stop of an 11-day trip which has…
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How Absentee Taylor Swift and Kanye West Were Spoofed at YouTube Music Awards

Spoofs of Kanye West bumrushing Taylor Swift at the 2009 VMAs never get old. Just ask Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler, who pulled off the joke Sunday during the first YouTube Music Awards, streamed live on the video site from New York's Pier 36. Taylor wasn't there to accept her red video-play…
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Knockout stage beckons for perfect quartet

By Mike Collett LONDON (Reuters) - Holders Bayern Munich and nine-time champions Real Madrid are among a quartet of teams seeking to record a fourth successive Champions League victory this week to secure a place in the last 16. Paris St Germain and Atletico Madrid have also won all three games…
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Woman Offering Thanks To Vets Finds It's Not Always Welcome

DEAR ABBY: Recently I took a cue from my sister and her career Navy husband. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.)
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Former Obama Administration Official: Obama Will 'Pay Price' For Healthcare Promise Reversal

This morning on “This Week,” Crossfire co-host Van Jones, a former Obama administration official, said the president would “pay a price,” for reversing course on his now famous promise that those Americans who like their plans could keep them if them if they wished under...
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12 No-Bake Desserts, Perfect for Thanksgiving (12 photos)

By: Brit + Co. While we love us a traditional pumpkin or apple pie, Thanksgiving is also a day when the line for the oven extends out your front door. Give your trusty oven a break by going no-bake this Thanksgiving. Your turkey will thank you :)

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Chris Christie Is About To Win A Landslide, And He Wants Republicans Everywhere To Understand Why

Mitt Romney's infamous "47%" remarks were a...
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Elections
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Germany finds 1,500 masterpieces looted by Nazis

Nearly 1,500 priceless paintings including works by Picasso and Matisse that were stolen by the Nazis have been discovered in a flat in Munich, a news report said Sunday. The German weekly Focus said police came upon the paintings during a 2011 search in an apartment belonging to the octogenarian…
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Brody Jenner Splits From Girlfriend Bryana Holly After Four-Month Romance

Hills alum Brody Jenner and his girlfriend Bryana Holly have split after four months of dating, a source confirms to Us Weekly; "It just fizzled," the insider says of the breakup
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Ravens-Browns: What we learned

CLEVELAND -- After losing to them 11 straight times, the Cleveland Browns finally found a way to beat the Baltimore Ravens. One week after dropping three passes and muffing a punt in Kansas City, Davone Bess caught two touchdown passes Sunday to help the Cleveland Browns beat their AFC North…
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Another 'Walking Dead' Character's Gone, and Not the Way You Think

Plus, we pick the nine most shocking moments of the series so far.
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The $120,000 farmhouse where Pakistan Taliban chief died

Miranshah (Pakistan) (AFP) - With marble floors, lush green lawns and a towering minaret, the $120,000 farm where feared Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud died in a US drone strike was no grubby mountain cave. Mehsud spent his days skipping around Pakistan's rugged tribal areas to avoid…
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3 companies near 52-week lows — is this the bottom?

If you’re confident in a company’s future despite short-term troubles, then a price plunge could mean opportunity.
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Lakers blow big lead, beat Hawks 105-103

Xavier Henry scored 18 points, Pau Gasol hit two tiebreaking free throws with 6 seconds remaining, and the Los Angeles Lakers, who lost all of a 21-point lead, beat the Atlanta Hawks 105-103 on Sunday night. Henry started at forward for the first time as a Laker and the 19th time in 137 NBA games,…
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Dermatologists Say It's Better Than a Facelift

Women everywhere are saving thousands of dollars on plastic surgery by reducing the appearance of wrinkles from the comfort of their own home.AdChoicesLifeCell™ Skin CareSponsored


DIARY-Islamic Finance to December 31

Items marked ** denote new or amended listings MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4 WASHINGTON - Islamic Finance Conference 2013 Details: http://www.myuscham.org/ifc2013 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4 (until November 5) PHILIPPINES ...
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New York City marathon (23 photos)

The New York City marathon returned to the streets of the Big Apple after a one-year hurricane-induced hiatus. The race winners were Geoffrey Mutai (2:08:24) and Priscah Jeptoo (2:25:07), cruising on a course lined with both fans and security in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing in April.…

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Lea Michele: Kate Hudson Helped Me Get Through Losing Cory Monteith

Lea Michele had no shortage of supporters after Cory Monteith , her Glee co-star and real-life boyfriend, died earlier this year
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Have We Insulted Our Unbugged Friends?

Regarding your editorial "Birds, Bees and Spies" (Oct. 28): Much has been written about the anger of the 35 world leaders on whom the NSA has spied. But what about all the others? They must feel ...
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Top 11 Couch Potato Dog Breeds

All dogs need some daily exercise, but we showcase a dozen couch-loving canines whose exercise needs can be satisfied with a short stroll or brief indoor playtime. The Bulldog looks cantankerous, but he is a gentle family friend whose exercise needs are manageable for even the most dedicated couch…
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Feds: Navy secrets bought with hookers, Gaga tix

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Nicknamed "Fat Leonard," the gregarious Malaysian businessman is well known by U.S. Navy commanders in the Pacific, where his company has serviced warships for 25 years.
Associated Press
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Was Apple’s iPad Air Launch Weekend a Flop?

Several commentators have noted that many Apple Stores were lacking the large crowds that typically appear at every new Apple product launch.
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Selena Gomez to perform Thanksgiving halftime show (19 photos)

The Dallas Cowboys took time before their matchup against the Minnesota Vikings Sunday to join representatives from The Salvation Army in announcing that actress and double-platinum recording artist Selena Gomez will perform live at halftime during the Cowboys’ nationally televised Thanksgiving…

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Hungarians protest against unveiling of Hitler-ally statue

Far-right and anti-fascist demonstrators staged rival rallies Sunday outside a Budapest church where a bust of a Hungarian wartime leader was unveiled, the latest tribute to a man who was a close ally of Adolf Hitler. Around 500 protesters wearing yellow stars -- a reference to the Stars of David…
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Houston coach Kubiak collapses at halftime

Houston coach Gary Kubiak collapsed leaving the field at halftime of the Texans' game Sunday night against Indianapolis and was taken by ambulance to a hospital. The Texans didn't say what was wrong with Kubiak, but did say he didn't have a heart attack. The team said the 52-year-old coach was…
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Dancing with the Stars: Snooki Speaks Out on Her Shocking Elimination

Though her run on Dancing came to an end when she and partner Sasha Farber were unexpectedly sent home on last week's show, Polizzi says she has no regrets. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi: I couldn't believe it. Bill Engvall, who was also in jeopardy, went over to you after your name was read. …
TV Guide
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Russia’s ‘Stalingrad’ Storms Into China

After making records in its home territory, Russian pic Stalingrad is off to a strong start in China. The Sony Pictures Releasing International WWII drama went out in China on Thursday last week on 7,136 screens, including 123 in IMAX 3D, and took $8.3M over four days. This makes it the…
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'Call Of Duty: Ghosts' Launches At The Center Of Xbox One ControversyForbes
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'Call of Duty: Ghosts' find itself at the heart of the Xbox One resolution controversy:onforb.es/1aVbfO7 14 hrs ago
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You Also Can't Keep Your Doctor

I had great cancer care and health insurance.My plan was cancelled. Now I worry how long I'll live.
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Cher Jokes That Sonny Bono Is in Hell

Cher conducted a Facebook Q&A with her fans on Thursday, Oct. 31, and joked that late ex-husband Sonny Bono is in hell
Us Weekly
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Ouster of 'Bishop of Bling' puts heat on wealthy German Catholic Church

As a scandal-ridden bishop withdrew to a monastery in deep Bavaria for a "spiritual time of recovery" this past week, Germany continues to debate how symptomatic Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst, the so-called “Bishop of Bling,” is of the German Catholic Church. “The wealth of the German Catholic…
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No clemency for Snowden says Obama aide, US lawmakers

A senior White House aide and top US lawmakers rejected intelligence leaker Edward Snowden's request for clemency following his disclosures of widespread government surveillance. White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer and the heads of America's Senate and House intelligence committees spoke on Sunday,…
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IRS: Juan Pablo Montoya owes $2.7 million

Juan Pablo Montoya has run afoul of the Internal Revenue Service, who says the NASCAR driver owes $2.7 million in taxes and penalties. Forbes.com first reported the story. In a lawsuit filed in U.S. Tax Court, the IRS states Montoya failed to disclose the accurate income he made in 2007 and 2008,…
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'Ender's Game' blasts to top of weekend box office

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Weekend moviegoers chose sci-fi over slapstick.
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Eagles-Raiders: What we learned

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Quarterback Nick Foles threw an NFL-record-tying seven touchdown passes, and the Philadelphia Eagles rolled to a 49-20 victory Sunday over the Oakland Raiders at the O.co Coliseum. Foles became the seventh quarterback in NFL history to throw seven touchdown passes in a game,…
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Gold edges lower for sixth session on Fed stimulus worries

Gold eased for a sixth straight session on Monday to trade near two-week lows as renewed uncertainty over when the U.S. Federal Reserve will scale back its stimulus measures weighed on sentiment. Indian demand was muted during the biggest gold-buying festivals of Dhanteras and Diwali, celebrated…
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Stars Stun at LACMA Art + Film Gala (20 photos)

Stars turned on the glitz and the glamor at the famous Hollywood bash at LACMA celebrating the link between the artist and filmmaker communities

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Marvel Might Have Another "Iron Man" on Its Hands

Studio boss compares developing "Guardians of the Galaxy" today to shooting "Iron Man" in 2008.
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'N Sync's Chris Kirkpatrick is Married — and His Former Bandmates Were in the Wedding!

The former boy bander, 42, married longtime girlfriend Karly Skladany, 29, last night at the Loews Hotel in Orlando, FL. All five 'N Sync members reunited to celebrate the happy couple!
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Natalie Portman Needed Help to Reach (and Slap) Chris Hemsworth’s Thor

TUNE IN FOR THE LIVE RED CARPET PREMIERE OF "THOR: THE DARK WORLD" ON MONDAY AT 9:30 P.M. ET/6:30 P.M. PT ON YAHOO MOVIES: MOVIES.YAHOO.COM/THOR-LIVE Natalie Portman stands at around 5'3". Chris Hemsworth is a towering 6'3". In other words, … Continue reading →
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Leader of beleaguered DR Congo rebels calls for truce

Ntamugenga (RD Congo) (AFP) - The leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo's M23 rebels has called for a ceasefire as government troops waged an offensive against the die-hard fighters in the country's troubled east. The call came with the rebels on the back foot as Congolese troops pounded…
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MLB putting pressure on Coliseum officials

If Phil Matier and Andy Ross, the two vicious little glopstirrers at the Chronicle are right (and why wouldn’t they be?), Major League Baseball has finally gotten off the dime in the epochal A’s-Giants impasse by squeezing the one entity it doesn’t actually control. According to the two debonair…
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Tropical Storm Sonia moving toward Mexican coast

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Officials on Mexico's storm-struck Pacific coast braced for the possibility of heavy rains with the arrival of fast-moving Tropical Storm Sonia, which was projected to hit the mainland by early Monday.
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10 Favorite Things: Erica Domesek of P.S. - I Made This . . . (10 photos)

Dubbed the "Queen of DIY", P.S. - I Made This . . . founder Erica Domesek has a simple plan of attack - she sees it, she likes it, and she makes it. Whether she's applying an ombré painting technique to her walls or bedazzling a classic trench coat with spiked studs, her knack for crafty…
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Open house for Obamacare, but few eligible visitors: study

Just 17 percent of people potentially eligible for Obamacare insurance have visited new government-run health marketplaces to shop for coverage.
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Google Employees Confess The Worst Things About Working At Google

A job at Google. It's career heaven, right? How...
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[video] The VW That Looks (and Smells) Nothing Like a Car

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) –- Volkswagen has been making curry-flavored sausages since 1973, and last year made enough of them to stretch from VW's headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany, to Rome. Bloomberg's David ...
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9 Big Cars Selling Huge This Fall

U.S. auto consumers got back to going big in October. Here are the nine cars selling huge across the country this fall.
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Photographing the 'nomads' who call Walmart parking lots homeThe Verge
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Quick read: Photographing the "nomads" who call Walmart parking lots home vrge.co/19nRRux November 2, 2013
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Vikings fan rips off Browns quarterback jersey

With Christian Ponder once again starting (and playing poorly) for the Minnesota Vikings, pictures of this jersey emerged, detailing all the people to start at QB for the Vikes since the Tarvaris Jackson era:
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Paula Abdul Heads to Israel for "Belated Bat Mitzvah"

It's never too late for a coming-of-age ceremony — at least not for Paula Abdul .
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Thai ferry sinks killing at least six people

Rescued passengers are brought ashore after an overcrowded ferry sank near Pattaya in Thailand, killing at least six people. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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The 4 U.S. Airlines That Make You Wait the Most

Every airline encounters delays -- but some are much worse than others.
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Lululemon deals with new round of complaints about yoga pants

(Reuters) - Canadian athletic clothing company Lululemon Athletica Inc (NSQ:LULU), which suffered an embarrassing recall of overly sheer yoga pants last spring, is fielding what it calls a small number of complaints over the quality of some of its pants. The new batch of complaints has focused on…
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One dose of HPV vaccine may prevent cervical cancer

A single dose -- rather than the recommended three -- of a vaccine against the sexually transmitted disease HPV may be enough to ward off cervical cancer, researchers say. The findings may lead to simpler delivery and lower costs, possibly increasing the number of young people who get vaccinated,…
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Poll: Older Americans nix Social Security changes

Raise the age at which you can begin collecting full Social Security benefits? Older Americans say no. They also veto reductions in the cost-of-living increase. But a poll finds support among those 50 ...
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Kevin Love high-fives Spike Lee while torching the Knicks

Kevin Love dominated the Knicks on Sunday night, and got the ultimate validation for his performance. After draining a ridiculously tough bank shot to increase the Timberwolves' lead, Love reached his hand out and got dapped by none other than the most recognizable Knicks fan around, Spike Lee.
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Castle: Can a Case Heal Alexis' Relationship With Her Father?

Things have been pretty tense in Richard Castle's loft lately.
TV Guide
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Nets Play Like They're Coached by Kidd

It's becoming clear that although he lacks coaching experience, Nets coach Jason Kidd is a quick study.
The Wall Street Journal
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Andrea Bargnani botches a dunk attempt

Andrea Bargnani's New York Knicks career hasn't gotten off to the best start. Bargs was booed in the Knicks' home opener last week, and he certainly won't win over any new fans with this terrible dunk attempt against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night:
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Why I Bought an iPad Air

Notably thinner, lighter, and faster than its predecessor, the iPad Air is a convincing value proposition -- and this Fool gave in. Here's his experience so far.
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ING New York City Marathon Returns and Runners Are Proud

Famed race returns after being canceled in 2012 due to Superstorm Sandy.
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5 Water-Going Cars To Go Anywhere

Not too long ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk purchased the iconic submersible Lotus from the ‘Spy Who Loved Me’ for $866,000. Musk was bummed to learn that the car was not a fully functional ocean-faring supercar. He is now setting about making that lotus actually usable underwater, which got us thinking–…
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Who’s Making Money Off the Marijuana Gold Rush?

On August 20, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority issued an alert for investors warning them about potential scams associated with marijuana-related stocks -- but not every stock is bad.
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Steelers Can't Keep Pace With Patriots, 55-31

Jerricho Cotchery had a big day for New England Patriots, but it wasn't enough to avoid a bad loss for the Steelers against the Patriots, 55-31, in Foxborough.
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S. Korea's Park says no point in Japan summit

President Park Geun-Hye has painted a bleak picture of South Korea's current and future ties with Japan -- a key ally in efforts to rein in North Korea's nuclear programme. In an interview with the BBC, Park suggested a summit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would be pointless given…
AFP
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Kristin Chenoweth Says Her New Pixie Cut Was Inspired By Charlize Theron, Jenna Elfman

Kristin Chenoweth revealed to Us Weekly at the 30th Breeders’ Cup World Championships music fest on Saturday, Nov. 2, that her new pixie cut was inspired by Charlize Theron and Jenna Elfman
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A-Rod tested positive for stimulant in 2006 — New York Times source

Tucked into the end of the seventh paragraph of a New York Times story published Sunday about the Alex Rodriguez suspension hearing and how it's gotten personal, was this note: What is driving the battle on one side is a … Continue reading →
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Schiff: US fundamentals are awful, buy gold

Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital discuss his views on gold with Talking Numbers. The dollar's gain has been gold's pain the last week. The US greenback moved up 2% last week against the gold's fall of 3%. And, … Continue reading →
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'Saturday Night Live' pokes fun at diversity issue

NEW YORK (AP) — With Kerry Washington as guest host, "Saturday Night Live" wasted no time poking fun at itself after receiving criticism for having no black women among its 16 regular cast members.
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Johnson takes Cup lead with dominating Texas win

Jimmie Johnson is the leader again in the Chase for the Sprint Cup title after a dominating victory Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. The five-time Cup champion knows all too well that his seven-point lead over Matt Kenseth is far from overwhelming with two races left in the season. ... There are…
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Few signs of hope on the horizon in Syria

Amateur video shows Syrian rebels launching an attack in Idlib, while government strikes Hama and a Damascus suburb. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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Some 13-Year-Olds Tell Us Why They Think Facebook Stinks

Teens would rather use Instagram, Vine, and Snapchat.
Business Insider
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Code Words in Immigration Reform

William Galston's "An Immigration Challenge for Boehner" (Politics & Ideas, Oct. 23) is written using the code words adopted by all progressive approaches to this and similar issues
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Liam Twomey: Ozil's understudies steal Arsenal limelight

The German showed flashes of class but it was his supporting cast that inspired the Gunners to a huge win over their early-season rivals, despite the efforts of Luis Suarez.
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Josh Brolin Allegedly Gets In Drunken Bar Fight With Male, Hugs It Out: Report

Josh Brolin allegedly got in a drunken bar fight with an unknown male at O'Brien's Irish Pub in Santa Monica, Calif., on Saturday, Nov. 2; the actor quickly made up with the guy as they both were seen hugging afterward
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Oladipo shows no fear in leading Magic

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orlando Magic rookie reserve guard Victor Oladipo didn't care how many All-Stars the Brooklyn Nets had on their roster. Oladipo, the No. 2 pick of the NBA Draft from Indiana, scored 19 points in 21 minutes to spark the Magic to a 107-86 victory over the veteran-laden Nets. Center…
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Film on Mandela's life premieres in South Africa

A long-awaited film on the life of anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela premiered in his native South Africa on Sunday, stirring emotional memories of the country's turbulent history. The movie "Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom", largely based on his autobiography of the same title, traces the life of…
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Florida State takes over No. 2 spot in BCS rankings…for now

Florida State used its 41-14 victory over No. 7 Miami to jump over Oregon into the coveted second spot behind No.1 Alabama in the latest BCS rankings released on Sunday night. FSU sat atop six of the seven computer polls, which helped make up for its No. 3 ranking in the human polls. The Seminoles’…
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The Clinton Show Returns

Terry McAuliffe's GreenTech fiasco recalls the 1990s' scandals.
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Castle Creator Clears the Air on Trimmed Love Scene and the Bogus 'Final Season' Rumor

The corner of the Internet where Castle fans congregate recently roared in light of the reveal that Rick and Kate’s first love scene originally ran longer — but series creator Andrew W. Marlowe maintains that viewers saw the “best” version, […]
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Detroit Tigers hire Brad Ausmus as manager

When Brad Ausmus was a player - which wasn't that long ago - the mental aspect of the game always came pretty easily. ''I always enjoyed the cerebral part,'' Ausmus said. ''It was much more difficult to hit - that was the part of the game I didn't really enjoy.'' Perhaps it was inevitable that…
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Could QE spur deflation, not inflation?

Economists have long fretted quantitative easing might spur inflation, but now an economist is questioning whether it might cause deflation instead.
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Djokovic targets year-ending hat-trick

Paris Masters champion Novak Djokovic is braced for a triple quickfire challenge of winning the World Tour Finals, the Davis Cup and finishing the year as world number one. The 26-year-old produced some of his best tennis to defeat Spaniard David Ferrer 7-5, 7-5 in Sunday's final in the French…
AFP
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Syria rebel leader in Aleppo quits

The rebel leader who led a massive July 2012 assault on Aleppo resigned Sunday, accusing both Syria "warlords" and the international community of "conspiring" against the people. "Because of some people's refusal to heed calls for unity... I announce my resignation from the leadership of the…
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LAX Shooting: Alleged Shooter`s Motive Remains Unknown

Some victims remained hospitalized after Friday`s shooting at LAX, as authorities attempted to determine the alleged gunman`s motive. Steve Kuzj reports from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013.
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Katy Perry passes Justin Bieber as most popular person on Twitter

Justin Bieber may have a gigantic fanbase, but he's no longer Twitter's most popular celebrity. Both stars are still adding new followers every minute, but Perry seems to be rising faster. She's presently maintaining 2,000 more followers than Bieber, and barring a backlash, could keep on climbing…
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Corinthians refuse to rule out Pato sale to Tottenham or Arsenal

A club director has stated that it would be difficult to sell the former AC Milan striker to another Brazilian side, suggesting he could move to the Premier League in January.
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‘Frozen’ Review: Disney’s Best Animated Musical Since ‘Beauty and the Beast’

You can tell the folks at Disney have been agonizing over how to tell a story about pretty, pretty princesses that will make the marketing department (and taffeta-dress-buying little girls everywhere) happy and still assuage the progressives out there who want those little girls to aspire to more…
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Chiefs' trust in Andy Reid's tough love shows vs. Bills; 'You have to have a thick skin'

Before Andy Reid was hired, the several Chiefs players made an agreement with each other. Whoever was named their new coach, they were going to buy in. When they learned it was Reid, they were delighted.
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Parsons, Harden lead Rockets over Jazz, 104-93

James Harden ran into what felt like a brick wall and rolled his ankle before crumpling to the floor. After getting fouled hard by Enes Kanter on a fast break in the third quarter and twisting his ankle, Harden shook it off -the same way his Houston Rockets shook off a 19-point deficit and rolled…
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The Top 5 Film Controversies of 2013

Here are the five biggest film controversies of the year and how they affected or could affect the performance of the films.
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Els to skip Dubai event over 'farcical' tour demands

By Andrew Both SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Former world number one Ernie Els has described as "farcical" the European Tour's increased playing demands and will register his disapproval by skipping next week's flagship season-ending event in Dubai. The South African is annoyed at the tour's new…
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Jennifer Morrison, Sebastian Stan Split: Once Upon a Time Costars Broke Up Four Months Ago

After dating less than a year, Once Upon a Time costars Jennifer Morrison and Sebastian Stan are officially broken up, multiple sources tell Us Weekly
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Mursi faces trial in Egypt in test of democracy

By Yara Bayoumy CAIRO (Reuters) - Deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood arrived at a Cairo police academy on Monday to face trial on charges of inciting violence, state media reported. It is the second time in just over two years that an ousted president has been in…
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Gary Bettman says NHL will consider changing rulebook following Ray Emery fight

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman told the Columbus Dispatch on Saturday that an incident during the line brawl between the Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers on Friday has caused the league to consider making changes to the NHL rulebook. The incident in question occurred when Flyers goalie…
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7 Celebs Who Have Participated (or Are Participating) in the New York City Marathon (7 photos)

There's nothing like a little star power to bring even more attention to an event and a cause. Somewhere around 48,000 runners will travel 26.2 miles through the 5 boroughs of New York City on November 3rd as massive crowds cheer them on. And a few of them, like Pamela Anderson and Patrick Wilson,…

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Report: Bulls front office taking an ‘active role’ in telling coach Thibodeau how to manage players’ minutes

No one in their right mind has questioned the coaching ability of Tom Thibodeau, who was the defensive coordinator of sorts with Doc Rivers and the Celtics during their 2008 championship run, and is now in his fourth season as head coach of the Chicago Bulls. Thibodeau is a motivator who gets the…
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Kerry aims to bridge gaps with Saudis

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry moved Sunday to reassure America's Arab friends that the United States will not allow them to be attacked "from outside," in an apparent warning to Iran.
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The 8 Most Ridiculous Superstitions in Baseball

The Boston Red Sox chipped further at the Curse of the Bambino this past week, winning their eighth World Series title. We take a look at 8 of baseball's strange superstitions.
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Under Health Care Act, Millions Eligible for Free Policies

Federal subsidies will pay the entire monthly cost of some plans being offered in the online marketplaces, a surprising figure that has not gotten much attention, in part because the zero-premium plans ...
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Poll: Many Americans Skeptical About Twitter IPO

Results of a new AP-CNBC poll suggest that Twitter faces a skeptical pool of investors as the micro-blogging site prepares to unveil its initial public offering, or IPO. (Nov. 4)
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India Set to Launch Mars Mission

On Tuesday, India's space agency will launch a spacecraft designed to boldly go where no Asian nation has gone before: Mars.
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IRS Says Race Car Driver Juan Pablo Montoya Used Sham To Wrongly Deduct Millions

Tax agency says Montoya under-reported taxable income by $7 million in 2007 and 2008, in part by writing off his own "Driver Identity." . Fellow Penske racer Helio Castroneves should be able to sympathize.
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Crew chief: Busch 'feels terrible' about penalty

Kyle Busch's Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship hopes took a major hit with a 13th-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway, seeing the Joe Gibbs Racing driver move up a spot in the standings to fourth, but his points deficit to leader Jimmie Johnson increasing from 36 to 52. If Jeff…
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Kuwaiti woman arrested for driving in Saudi Arabia: report

A Kuwaiti woman was arrested in Saudi Arabia for trying to drive her father to hospital, a Kuwaiti newspaper reported on Sunday, a week after Saudi women protested against a ban on female drivers. Kuwaiti women are free to drive in their country and enjoy far more rights than those in Saudi…
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Brad Ausmus introduced as Tigers manager (7 photos)

The Detroit Tigers hired Brad Ausmus as their new manager Sunday, turning to a 44-year-old former catcher with almost no managerial experience to replace Jim Leyland at the helm of the three-time defending AL Central champions. — Associated Press

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Is a wacky '70 Plymouth Superbird worth $500,000?

Well, the ungainly car is rare even if it's strange looking
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Giants decline Vogelsong's option

The San Francisco Giants have decided not to pick up right-hander Ryan Vogelsong's $6.5 million club option for 2014, according to Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com. As part of his prior deal, Vogelsong will receive a $300,000 buyout. Despite the Giants' choice to decline Vogelsong's option,…
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This Natural Gas Find Could Completely Change the World As We Know It

Noble Energy's natural gas find in Israel will transform both the company and potentially the global energy market.
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Painful day for RBs Foster, McFadden, Sproles

Arian Foster, Darren McFadden and Darren Sproles all went down with injuries on a painful day for some of the NFL's most versatile running backs. After missing practice during the week with a hamstring injury, Foster started for the Houston Texans on Sunday night but quickly injured his back and…
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Nintendo's Curse Haunts Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation

Nintendo's problems keep mounting on the console front as Microsoft and Sony dust off new systems.
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Fred Couples wins Charles Schwab Cup Championship

Fred Couples won the Champions Tour's season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship on Sunday, and Kenny Perry topped the yearlong points race to earn a $1 million annuity. Couples ended a 16-event winless streak dating to the Senior British Open in July 2012, closing with a 2-under 69 for a…
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James, Bosh lift Heat past Wizards 103-93

It's a tried-and-true formula for the Miami Heat. LeBron James scored 25 points, Chris Bosh added 24 and the Heat beat the winless Washington Wizards 103-93 on Sunday night to snap a rare two-game slide. Dwyane Wade scored 20 points for Miami, which hasn't dropped three straight regular-season…
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Gordon's Chase hopes take hard hit in Texas

Jeff Gordon crashed at Texas on Sunday, a week after his victory returned him to contention in the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. After the Hendrick Motorsports team worked to get the No. 24 Chevrolet back on the track, Gordon finally got back on the track during a much later caution.
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Pakistan government reviews US ties after killing of Taliban leader

Pakistan's prime minister is to chair a meeting of his top security advisors Monday evening to review relations with the US following the drone strike that killed Taliban leader Hakmullah Mehsud. The killing of the feared chief of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), which is blamed for killing…
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Broncos figuring out plans with Fox out

Denver coach John Fox remained hospitalized Sunday as he awaits aortic valve replacement surgery in North Carolina. Fox spoke with Broncos executive vice president John Elway by phone Sunday to discuss logistics during his absence, including who will serve as interim head coach. All signs point…
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Heisman Watch Week 10: Northern Illinois QB Jordan Lynch gaining ground

It’s been more than 22 years since a player from a non-major school won the Heisman Trophy (BYU's Ty Detmer in 1990), but Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch is trying to break that streak. Last week, we noted that it’s … Continue reading →
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Bears' stumbles, Packers put Trestman philosophy to crucial test

Marc Trestman is facing one of his more difficult challenges as Bears head coach and it has little to do with the Green Bay Packers. The Bears have lost three of their last four games to fall from a lofty 3-0 start and atop the NFC North, to 4-3 and now looking up at the Packers and Detroit Lions.…
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Rapper Eminem takes home Artist of Year YouTube Music Award

The first-ever YouTube Music Awards on Sunday, improvised with plenty of celebrity cameos thrown into the mix, saw awards going to rapper Eminem and hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. The show made a clear bid for the quirky, a benefit of being streamed by YouTube rather than broadcast on…
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Thunder beats Suns in Westbrook's return

After a six-month layoff, Russell Westbrook looked a lot like his old self. The All-Star point guard had 21 points and seven assists as the Oklahoma City Thunder, despite shooting 2 of 18 from 3-point range, beat the Phoenix Suns 103-96 on Sunday night. Kevin Durant had 33 points and 10 rebounds…
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Fighting alone, Afghans said to hold Taliban back

BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan (AP) — The Taliban failed to capture any ground from Afghan security forces fighting for the first time without foreign firepower this fighting season, U.S. officials say, but the insurgents killed scores of soldiers, police and civilians in their campaign to weaken…
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Cowboys-Vikings: What we learned

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Tony Romo tossed a short touchdown pass in the final minute and the Dallas Cowboys upended the Minnesota Vikings 27-23 Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium. NFC East-leading Dallas (5-4) bounced back from a devastating loss at Detroit -- and spared Romo criticism after another…
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Iran Burning Gas Worth Billions to Lead Exporters Amid Sanctions

Iran will lead a club of the world’s biggest natural gas exporters as its own shipments abroad are hampered by U.S. and European Union sanctions that force the country to burn off billions of dollars worth ...
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Pistons beat Celtics 87-77

Brandon Jennings made the most of his first game with the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night. Brad Stevens' third game with the Boston Celtics was just like his first two. Jennings had 14 points and four steals in 31 minutes and Andre Drummond and Josh Smith added 15 points each to help the Pistons…
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Seattle overcomes 21-point deficit to beat Bucs

More than an hour after watching Steven Hauschka kick the winning field goal in overtime, Russell Wilson stood behind the interview podium after getting beaten and battered again. Overcoming a 21-point deficit, even against the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers, took another showcase performance from…
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Kubiak taken off field on stretcher at halftime

Gary Kubiak, 52, was taken to a hospital in the Medical Center
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NBA Top Free Agent Pickups

Dr. A is back with the season's first Waiver Wired column, along with a rant on trade vetoes.
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Bears-Packers DL Viewer's Guide: More to worry about than Rodgers

By signing a damaged tackle (Jay Ratliff) who is still some weeks away from being a factor in a struggling defense, the Bears arguably threw a strong spotlight on an area that has been unable to right itself without help. In the meantime, Ratliff projects to be an upgrade at some point but the…
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Soccer-Van Persie, Rooney hit form before Sociedad clash

By Iain Rogers MADRID, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Manchester United's hopes of silverware this season will likely rest on the shoulders of Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney and manager David Moyes believes the attacking pair are starting to move into top gear. The Dutchman and the Englishman scored in…
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Wake County teachers plan to take part in Monday's walk-in

N.C. teachers prepare for statewide walk-ins to fight what they call terrible changes to education.
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Team Report - KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

Chiefs steal their way past Bills
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Justin Bieber Allegedly Spotted at Brothel in Brazil: Report

Justin Bieber was allegedly caught trying to sneak out of a Brazil brothel under a bed sheet on Friday, Nov 1, a new report claims
Us Weekly
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Folk and defense lead Jets past Saints 26-20

Rex Ryan found plenty of things to brag about after his New York Jets upset the Saints 26-20 Sunday. But there were so many other aspects of yet another victory in an odd-numbered game that thrilled the Jets boss. I pull for them every single week except one.'' The Jets (5-4) win every other…
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Dolphins veterans use rookies 'as ATMs', per report

Word continues to spread that all is not well with the Miami Dolphins. Offensive tackle Jonathan Martin left the team indefinitely after reports of bullying and harassment from the veterans, but it seems he wasn't the only one. Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald is reporting that veterans are using…
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5 sites teens flock to instead of Facebook

If your kids aren’t on Facebook, where are they? Where America’s youth go online to avoid Mom and Dad.
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Dobson: 'All the work is paying off'

FOXBORO -- Friday, Aaron Dobson talked about how he's recently settled into the Patriots offense. Dobson caught five passes for a career-high 130 yards and two touchdowns in New England's 55-31 win over Pittsburgh. Dobson caught 45.8 percent of the passes thrown his way in New England's first…
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China reform checklist: How to tell that this time it's for real?

The message from Beijing could not be clearer: China needs to shift to a more balanced economy that is socially and environmentally sustainable. That was the conclusion of a key Communist Party meeting a decade ago, yet what followed was more of the same: rapid investment-led expansion, which…
Reuters
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Team Report - DENVER BRONCOS

Fox to undergo heart surgery, out several weeks
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Team Report - CINCINNATI BENGALS

Atkins out, Bengals seek help on DL
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Fired Up Fans presented by Buffalo Wild Wings - Week 9(17 photos)

Buffalo Wild Wings presents Fired Up Fans. We have scoured the photos and found the craziest, cutest and best NFL fans. Did your favorite team's fans make the cut?

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Team Report - MIAMI DOLPHINS

Miami suspends Incognito; Martin may never return
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Team Report - WASHINGTON REDSKINS

Redskins find a way to win in OT
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Last Year President Obama Reportedly Told His Aides That He's 'Really Good At Killing People'

This will not go over well for the 2009 Nobel...
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The Top Whatever: Alabama, Florida State lead the 7 teams that matter

Do not let a bye week diminish your respect for Alabama. They probably spent the bye week working a casual 90-hour review of everything they've ever done in their lives, not just in football, but beyond, which is how Nick Saban knows that defensive coordinator Kirby Smart once stole from a…
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Paula Abdul connects to Jewish roots in Israel

JERUSALEM (AP) — Paula Abdul, an award-winning singer, dancer, choreographer and TV personality, can add a new title to her resume: religious pilgrim.
Associated Press
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Quick Six: Top stories from the Premier League weekend

Arsenal goes five points clear, Chelsea gives their season's worst performance, and what's ahead for Joe Hart?
NBC Sports
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Windows 8 Is a Failure: This Radical New Device Proves It

Asus' new device combines Microsoft's Windows with Google's Android, but Apple doesn't have anything to fear.
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Wolves beat Knicks 109-100 for a 3-0 start

For the Minnesota Timberwolves, a 3-0 start is as much cause for caution as celebration. The Wolves have had too much bad luck lately to think things will stay this smooth. Kevin Love had 34 points, 15 rebounds and five assists, Kevin Martin scored 30 points and Minnesota improved to 3-0 for the…
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76ers win again, beat Bulls

Rookie Michael Carter-Williams and the Philadelphia 76ers can't lose. Pegged in the preseason to be one of the league's worst teams, the Sixers continued their stunning start to the season, beating the Chicago Bulls 107-104 on Saturday night behind 26 points and 10 assists from Carter-Williams. …
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2013 BCS standings, Week 11: Florida State reclaims spot from Oregon

If the season ended today, Florida State would play Alabama for the BCS National Championship. It doesn't end today, though.
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Kubiak collapses, Colts rally to beat Texans 27-24

HOUSTON (AP) Houston coach Gary Kubiak collapsed leaving the field at halftime and was taken by ambulance to a hospital, and the Indianapolis Colts rallied for a 27-24 victory over the Texans on Sunday night. The Texans didn't say what was wrong with Kubiak, but did say he didn't have a heart…
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BCS Standings: Florida State moves back to No. 2

Florida State is back in the national championship game. But before Tallahassee starts celebrating, know that this move back to No. 2 in the BCS standings will probably be temporary like it was when the standings began two weeks ago. … Continue reading →
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Brady throws for 4 TDs; Pats top Steelers 55-31

Tom Brady looked into the end zone and found his favorite receiver. Rob Gronkowski caught the ball then slammed it to the ground. So was the Patriots' offense. Brady shook off the inconsistency of his first eight games, threw for season-highs of 432 yards and four touchdowns and led New England…
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Team Report - SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

49ers activate Smith, process grinds on
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Team Report - CHICAGO BEARS

Bears sign Ratliff, former All-Pro DT
The SportsXchange
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Heard on the Field: Florida State Leapfrogs Oregon in BCS Rankings

Plus, the Carolina Panthers take another unlikely step toward the playoffs and the PGA says it will launch a golf tour in China.
The Wall Street Journal
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Bears-Packers Receivers Guide: 'Weapons' were acquired for just this game

The Bears will need running back Matt Forte to have an impact game if there is a realistic chance of the Bears upsetting the Green Bay Packers. The reason has less to do with using a substitute quarterback – Josh McCown – than with the Packers being the Packers. The deeper reality, however, is…
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Google, Apple and other tech giants look to a post-'cookie' era

Google and other online companies are reportedly experimenting with cookie alternatives, in part because smartphones and other mobile gadgets don't support that tracking method.
San Jose Mercury News
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Vikings vs. Cowboys 2013 final score: Tony Romo leads Dallas back to late win

It looked as though the Minnesota Vikings were going to pull off a huge win in Dallas, but Blair Walsh missed a late extra point for Minnesota and Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo rallied his offense to a 27-23 win on Sunday afternoon. In the fourth quarter, the Cowboys only needed a field goal to…
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Magic rout Nets 107-86

The Orlando Magic ended two negative streaks while ruining Jason Kidd's first game as an NBA head coach. Third-year center Nikola Vucevic and rookie point guard Victor Oladipo both had 19 points as the Magic outplayed the Brooklyn Nets in the second half of a 107-86 victory Sunday night. It also…
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Israel issues 1,859 settler home tenders ahead of Kerry visit

Israel issued tenders to build 1,859 settler homes Sunday, angering Palestinians ahead of a visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry aimed at pushing the peace process forward. Documents published on the website of the government-run Israel Land Authority showed that 1,031 plots were offered by…
AFP
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Obama, Democrats seek to make Virginia governor's race a Tea Party referendum

By Steve Holland ARLINGTON, Virginia (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and fellow Democrats attempted on Sunday to tap into voter anger about a 16-day U.S. government shutdown and turn Virginia's upcoming governor's election into a referendum on Tea Party conservatives. With Democratic candidate…
Reuters
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2013 AAA Texas 500: Another runner-up finish for Dale Earnhardt Jr

As Jimmie Johnson sped under the checkered flag to win Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway, an all-too-familiar face finished second: Dale Earnhardt Jr. The runner-up finish was Earnhardt's fifth of 2013, and the third time this season he has placed second to Johnson, his Hendrick Motorsports teammate.…
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Have 'hot money' in Asia? Keep it there

Before rushing to blame destabilizing capital flows for playing havoc with Asian economies and asset markets, do consider the discussed conflicts.
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NBA-Highlights of Sunday's National Basketball Association games

(Updates with late game) Nov 3 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Sunday's National Basketball Association games: - - - - Thunder 103, Suns 96 In his first game back from a knee injury, Russell Westbrook scored 21 points to lead Oklahoma City to a win over previously undefeated Phoenix. …
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Toronto mayor apologizes but says he won't resign

TORONTO (AP) — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford apologized Sunday for "a lot of stupid things" and acknowledged the need to curb his drinking, but he didn't address allegations of drug use and said he will continue to lead Canada's largest city despite pressure to resign.
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Mugabe Makes Zimbabwe’s Tobacco Farmers Land Grab Winners

Bonus Matashu points to a three-ton truck he bought for $15,000 in cash and says President Robert Mugabe’s often violent program of seizing white-owned farms and giving them to black Zimbabweans turned ...
Bloomberg
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Michigan Man Claims He Tipped The FBI To Bin Laden's Location, Wants $25 Million Reward

A Michigan man claiming he tipped off the FBI...
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Federal Bureau of Investigation
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Parasite depletes wild shrimp haul off southeast Atlantic coast

By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) - Wild shrimp hauls off the southern Atlantic coast have plunged in recent months as a parasite has made it harder for the creatures to breathe, according to state wildlife officials in Georgia and South Carolina. Experts said they believe…
Reuters
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4 Colleges Churning Out the Highest-Paid Graduates

For those lucky enough to graduate from these institutions, the payoff in higher lifetime wages is phenomenal.
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