Up-and-down debut for Browns' Baker Mayfield: 2 TDs, 4 turnovers
OAKLAND -- Baker Mayfield threw two touchdown passes, but mistakes doomed the Cleveland Browns to more agony and a 45-42 overtime loss to the Oakland Raiders. The Browns led 28-14 in the third quarter and 42-34 with just more than a minute left.
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Earl Thomas appears to flip off Seahawks bench while carted off (Video)
Earl Thomas wanted a long-term contract with guaranteed money from the Seattle Seahawks, and the star safety was carted off the field in Week 4. The Seattle Seahawks were actively shopping Earl Thomas to teams on the trading block, and ESPN's Adam ...
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Canada agrees to join trade accord with US and Mexico, sending new NAFTA deal to Congress – Washington Post
Washington PostCanada agrees to join trade accord with US and Mexico, sending new NAFTA deal to CongressWashington PostCanada late Sunday agreed to join the trade deal that the U.S. and Mexico announced last month, with a public announcement expected b...Read More »
New York TimesNFL Scores: Live Week 4 Highlights and UpdatesNew York TimesCardinals quarterback Josh Rosen gets his first career touchdown with a 22-yard throw to Chad Williams. Stay here for live scores, updates and analysis from N.F.L. Week 4. Image....Read More »
3 dead after car explosion; perpetrator 'probably killed'
ALLENTOWN, Pa. – A car explosion that rocked downtown Allentown left three males dead, including the likely "perpetrator," officials said Sunday as federal authorities who are leading the investigation looked ahead to autopsies. "We know there's been a ...
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Publicly Held Corporations in California Will Have to Include Women on Their Boards – New York Times
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Publicly Held Corporations in California Will Have to Include Women on Their Boards
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California became the first state to require its publicly held corporations to include women on their boards after Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law on Sunday. The bill, which applies to companies “whose principal executive offices” are in ...
Calif. enacts net neutrality law—US gov't immediately sues to block it [Updated]Ars Technica
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New York TimesUS and Canada Reach Trade Deal to Salvage NaftaNew York TimesWASHINGTON — The United States and Canada reached a last-minute deal to salvage the North American Free Trade Agreement on Sunday, overcoming deep divisions to keep the 25-year-...Read More »
SB NationMitchell Trubisky had the best day ever for a Bears QBSB NationMitchell Trubisky had a rocky second year, but he caught fire on Sunday against the Buccaneers. And he did a lot of it before halftime. Trubisky threw five touchdowns in the first ...Read More »
Amid fight over Kavanaugh, annual Red Mass for Supreme Court skips the politics
As the nation focuses on the bitter fight over Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh, Washington's Catholic cathedral held its annual Red Mass honoring Supreme Court justices and the judiciary on Sunday — with nary a word about the debate over ...
A Quiet Docket May Be Just the Right Medicine for the Supreme CourtNew York Times
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FBI probe into Brett Kavanaugh should be given time
All summer, Brett Kavanaugh's elevation to the Supreme Court was that rarity in US politics: a sure thing. Its rapid fall into extreme doubt reflects the volatility of the times, and the seriousness of the allegations against him. He is accused of ...
White House Directs FBI to Interview First Two Kavanaugh Accusers, But Not the ThirdWall Street Journal
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