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Street Fraternity is a crucible for violent young men in rough neighborhoods such as this in Denver and Aurora. Their families fled some of the world’s worst conditions and made it to America as refugees. Of the 40-50 kids that attend Street Frat many hang out, box, lift, study and are making the grades and […]
Two of President Donald Trump's leading economic advisers sent mixed signals Sunday on the fate of a health care provision in the Senate version of a $1.5 trillion measure to overhaul business and personal income taxes that is expected to be voted on after Thanksgiving.
For decades, the battle lines in New England's most politically conservative state were clear. Republicans ran on tax cuts. Democrats ran on targeted tax credits. Both parties kept New Hampshire free of a state income or sales tax, blurring some distinctions for suburban voters.
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Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face of evil across America after orchestrating the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, died Sunday after nearly a half-century in prison. He was 83.
The Buffalo Bills' doomed decision to bench Tyrod Taylor for fifth-round rookie Nathan Peterman would have been foolish regardless of the outcome Sunday afternoon. The choice would have been misguided even if it had not spiraled into disaster, even if it had not transformed the last remnants of a promising season into an embarrassment, even if had not made a rookie quarterback synonymous with cartoonish failure.
People breathing New Delhi's acrid air for the past month have suffered burning eyes and rasping throats, so the notion of thousands of distance runners gulping down lungful after lungful may have seemed strange. But even as the polluted air threatens health, India seems to be embracing physical fitness.
The tears of running back C.J. Anderson turned to sobbing, in way a nasty storm builds to a crescendo. The champions of Super Bowl 50 don’t live here anymore, and the pain of it all stuck in the back of Anderson's throat. He covered moist eyes with his hands to hide the shame, refusing solace for a costly fourth-quarter fumble during a loss when the Broncos came undone.
On Sunday, the flopped trajectories of the two Sun Devils from when they were first drafted in 2011 was readily apparent, with Burfict leading the Bengals to their first win in Denver since 1975 while being in the face of a befuddled Osweiler all afternoon long.
Von Miller sat alone at his locker and dropped his head into his right hand. Tape and ripped threads jutted out at every angle as the all-pro linebacker sat with his feet on the floor, the pain of another loss in an endless string of football misery washing over him.
Nathan Peterman's first NFL start for the Buffalo Bills was going just fine until his third pass deflected off his receiver's hands. It was snatched by the Chargers' Korey Toomer, who took it back for a touchdown.