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  • Ryder Cup Heckler Wins $100 Bet by Making Putt Rory McIlroy Missed

    One of the most famous contests in golf saw one of the most impressive displays on a green in Ryder Cup history, and it didn't even come from one of the players. David Johnson, a spectator during the practice round on Thursday at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota, watched Team Europe's…

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  • COLUMN: Is Superhero TV Like 'Luke Cage,' 'Flash' Better Than the Films

    "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" sits somewhere in between and for a 2016 that could have been one of the best in superhero films, it really didn't deliver -- at least yet. We can debate whether this is the beginning of what Steven Spielberg predicted last year -- that eventually superhero…

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  • Obama Remembers Shimon Peres, Says Mideast Peace 'Unfinished Business'

    Obama then went on to paint Peres as a man whose vision for Israel at times seemed trapped between critics on the far left and far right. "Whatever he shared with his family or his closest friends, to the world he brushed off the critics, and I know from my conversations with him that his pursuit…

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  • Review: 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' Is 'Completely Original' and 'Enchanting'

    I don’t know whose idea it was to have director Tim Burton adapt Ransom Riggs’ 2011 novel "Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children," but I do know I’d like to buy that person a drink. Asa Butterfield stars as Jake, an ordinary -- maybe less than ordinary -- teenager living in South Florida,…

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  • California Police Shooting Protests Turn Violent, 2 Arrests Made

    Protests of a police shooting in El Cajon, California turned violent late Thursday night, with groups of people throwing bottles and other objects at police and smashing car windows. "At one point, an assault took place between the protesters and a motorcyclist who was knocked off of his…

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  • NJ Transit Crash: What We Know

    The morning commute has been disrupted for thousands of customers on Friday, as investigators worked to determine the cause of a train crash yesterday that killed one woman and injured more than 100 others in Hoboken, New Jersey. The incident took place around 8:45 a.m. Thursday, during the middle…

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  • Joe Biden: Donald Trump's Comments About Avoiding Paying Taxes 'Anger Me, Quite Frankly'

    Joe Biden is still dumbfounded by Donald Trump's performance at this week's presidential debate. During his first-ever appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" Thursday night, Fallon asked the vice president if he watched Monday's debate between Trump and Democratic rival Hillary…

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  • Trump Foundation Lacks Certification to Operate as Charity: Source

    The Trump Foundation, which is under investigation by the New York Attorney General's office, never obtained the necessary certification to solicit money from the public during its nearly 30-year existence, an investigation by the state's attorney general's office has found, a source briefed on the…

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  • Hoboken Crash Reignites Debate Over Positive Train Control

    The train crash in New Jersey that left one woman dead and 114 others injured has re-ignited the debate over positive train control, an automatic breaking system that deploys when trains run above the speed limit among other scenarios. According to New Jersey Transit’s last quarterly filing, dated…

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  • 13-Year-Old Twins Honored With '911 Hero Awards' for Helping Mom Deliver Baby Sister at Home

    A pair of twin sisters from South Carolina were honored at their middle school this week for bravely assisting their mom with the unexpected birth of their baby sister. Nykiaya (Kiaya) Williams-Brown and Nykailyn (Kailyn) Williams-Brown, both 13, each received a "911 Hero Award" for stepping in…

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  • Emergency Responders Describe Aftermath of NJ Transit Crash in Hoboken

    Emergency workers piled into a bar located a short distance from the Hoboken Terminal in New Jersey to eat, rest and chat about the destruction caused by a New Jersey Transit commuter train that crashed this morning, killing one and injuring more than 100 others. Texas Arizona, the bar, provided…

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  • Lady Gaga Will Perform at Super Bowl Halftime Show

    Lady Gaga will headline next year's Super Bowl halftime show. The National Football League and the singer made the announcement today on Twitter. Super Bowl LI will be held at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, on Feb. 5, 2017.

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  • Voters Choosing Among 'Lesser of Two Evils,' Survey Finds

    “I want this election to be about something, not against somebody,” Clinton said to a crowd of 2,000 at an outdoor park where Trump supporters protested across the street. A Pew study on voter preferences last week reported findings that highlight the discord in the election cycle, saying that the…

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  • James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess Prep for Their New 'Dancing With the Stars' Number

    Hinchcliffe and Burgess were tasked with theming their dance to "Paramour," Cirque du Soleil's first foray onto Broadway. Speaking from inside the Lyric Theatre, Burgess said she credits the couple's consistently high scores to Hinchcliffe's split-second attention to detail (thanks to his career…

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  • Woman Killed in NJ Transit Crash Identified as 34-Year-Old Hoboken Resident Fabiola Bittar de Kroon

    The woman who was killed in a New Jersey Transit train crash this morning has been identified by officials as 34-year-old Hoboken resident Fabiola Bittar de Kroon, a mother with a vibrant career who moved to the United States from Brazil with her family. De Kroon was not a passenger on the train…

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  • 1 Dead in Crash of NJ Transit Train That Was Traveling at High Speed

    One woman died, and more than 100 were injured, some seriously, when a NJ Transit commuter train carrying 250 people and traveling at a high speed crashed into Hoboken's historic train station this morning, authorities said. The engineer -- identified by officials as Thomas Gallagher -- was…

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  • 2 People in Critical Condition in NJ Train Crash

    At least 51 people are receiving treatment at Jersey City Medical Center after a New Jersey Transit commuter train crashed into Hoboken Terminal this morning, according to hospital officials. Three people are in serious condition with deep lacerations and orthopedic and internal injuries at Jersey…

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