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Patriots-Lions injury report: Mac Jones not ruled out, T.J. Hockenson questionable

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The Patriots ruled out defensive lineman Lawrence Guy and linebacker DaMarcus Mitchell, who both missed practice all week. Both teams' complete injury reports are...
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Stocks lose more ground on fears a recession may be looming

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By STAN CHOE and ALEX VEIGA NEW YORK - Wall Street lost more ground on worries that a still-strong U.S jobs market may actually make a recession more likely. The S&P 500 fell...
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Biden's ‘Armageddon' talk edges beyond bounds of US intel

Biden's ‘Armageddon' talk edges beyond bounds of US intel

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WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden's warning that the world is at risk of a nuclear “Armageddon” was designed to send an unvarnished message that no one should underestimate the...
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Maryland Court of Appeals upholds decision to allow early ballot counting; loss for Dan Cox

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Maryland's highest court upheld a decision to allow early counting of mail-in ballots prior to the November election, overruling an argument raised by Republican governor...
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Las Vegas stabbing suspect ID'd after 2 killed, 6 wounded with kitchen knife in attacks along Strip

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An attacker with a large kitchen knife killed two people and wounded six others in stabbings along the Las Vegas Strip before he was arrested, police said.
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TEA's fight to takeover HISD heads to the Supreme Court of Texas

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Years of legal battling over what's best for nearly 200,000 Houston ISD students have led to the Supreme Court of Texas.
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Stocks extend their losses on fears recession may be looming

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Losses are accelerating on Wall Street on worries that a still-strong U.S jobs market may actually make a recession more likely. The S&P 500 fell more than 3% Friday after the...
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Supreme Court's new 'class photo' includes number of firsts

Supreme Court's new 'class photo' includes number of firsts

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WASHINGTON - The group photo of the Supreme Court's nine members is a long-standing ritual. But it has never looked quite like the one taken on Friday. The new image includes...
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Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse discusses University of Florida, says he wants to 'get back to building stuff'

Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse discusses University of Florida, says he wants to 'get back to building stuff'

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U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse said Nebraskans have "well understood" he didn't expect politics to be a lifelong calling.
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U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree to come from North Carolina forests

U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree to come from North Carolina forests

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The 2022 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree will bring a North Carolina flavor while on display to tourists and onlookers enjoying the holiday season.
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1942: Idea of United Nations, future winner, takes hold

1942: Idea of United Nations, future winner, takes hold

While no Nobel Prizes were awarded, 1942 was the year that the name United Nations was coined by President Franklin Roosevelt in a declaration by 26 nations to stand together... Read more ...

Wake Forest vs. Army prediction, odds, line: 2022 College football picks...

Wake Forest vs. Army prediction, odds, line: 2022 College football picks, Week 6 best bets from proven model

SportsLine's model just revealed its 2022 CFB picks, predictions, and best bets for Army Black Knights vs. Wake Forest Demon Deacons Read more ...

1944: Awarding of Peace Prize resumes

1944: Awarding of Peace Prize resumes

The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the International Committee of the Red Cross for the work it had done "during the war on behalf of humanity." It was the first Peace Prize... Read more ...

1939: Two winners made to decline Nobels

1939: Two winners made to decline Nobels

Germany's Adolf Butenandt won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research into sex hormones that would be used in the development of oral contraception. Like Richard Kuhn in... Read more ...

Broncos' Garett Bolles, Ronald Darby suffer season-ending injuries during...

Broncos' Garett Bolles, Ronald Darby suffer season-ending injuries during overtime loss to Colts

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Uvalde school district suspends police force, puts top officials on leave

Uvalde school district suspends police force, puts top officials on leave

UVALDE, Texas - The Uvalde school district said Friday it will suspend all activities of its police department , and confirmed that two of the department's top officials have... Read more ...

CPD: 11-year-old girl sexually abused in alley after school on South Side

CPD: 11-year-old girl sexually abused in alley after school on South Side

CHICAGO - An 11-year-old girl was sexually abused in an alley while walking home from school Thursday on the South Side. At around 3:30 p.m., the girl was walking home in the... Read more ...

The iconic Easter Island statues have been damaged in a fire, authorities say

The iconic Easter Island statues have been damaged in a fire, authorities say

The sculpted figures on Rapa Nui, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, suffered "irreparable" damage. The municipality's mayor said he believed the fire was not an accident... Read more ...

The 60 women who have won the Nobel Prize

The 60 women who have won the Nobel Prize

Only 60 of the more than 900 people who have won the Nobel Prize have been women. Stacker has curated a gallery of every one. Read more ...

1931: First prize awarded posthumously

1931: First prize awarded posthumously

Erik Axel Karlfeldt was the first Nobel winner to be awarded posthumously. The Swedish poet was alive during the nomination and deliberation process but died six months before... Read more ...