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Georgia Republican tries to move the goalposts when it comes to whether Trump said the n-word

“This is not where I expected this conversation to go, Senator,” said a shocked Victor Blackwell after Georgia state senator Michael E. Williams offered a rambling defense of Donald Trump’s rumored use of a racial slur. Williams, whose failed gubernato
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Georgia Republican tries to move the goalposts when it comes to whether Trump said the n-word

“This is not where I expected this conversation to go, Senator,” said a shocked Victor Blackwell after Georgia state senator Michael E. Williams offered a rambling defense of Donald Trump’s rumored use of a racial slur. Williams, whose failed gubernatorial campaign made headlines this spring thanks to his appalling “Deportation Bus,” has long boasted of being the first elected official in Georgia to back Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. As such, it’s not particularly surprising to see the malignant millionaire bend over backwards to find a way to make blatant racism acceptable. The mental gymnastics required to preemptively forgive Trump’s rumored hate speech are, indeed, baffling, but are consistent with today’s Republican branding. GOP politicians and pundits have been actively working to lower the standards of acceptable behavior for the entirety of Trump’s stolen presidency, it seems—especially when it comes to the Russia investigation. The hypocrisy Williams displays, however, is still startling; Blackwell is barely able to conceal his surprise as he tries to track the soon-to-be-unemployed State Senator’s smirking jumble of justification. First, Williams insists that Trump’s “personal beliefs” can be separated from how he runs the country. MW: He has his personal beliefs, his personal ideas, but I truly believe he is able to separate those from how he is running the country. Then, he says he’d only have “a major problem” with Trump dropping an N-bomb if he did it on TV now. But anything said before he became President? That’s all good. MW: He didn’t use the N-word in that office (of the president). He used it outside, in his personal life. Now, if he was President, and he goes on TV and uses the N-word, yes, I would have a major problem with that. But he did it before he was president. Utterly baffled, Blackwell offers Williams a chance to clarify his stance on when, exactly, racism is acceptable behavior. Williams digs in his heels. VB: So...wait a minute. He did it before he was President, so it’s okay? MW: I never said it was okay. It’s always wrong for me individually. I always have a problem with the use of it. I don’t have a problem with Donald Trump having used it in the past, as my president.  While Blackwell strokes his mustache in stunned silence, Williams continues his defense of the Orange One, by harkening back to those good ol’ days, when “nigger” was just another word for “black people.” MW: Let’s go back in time...How old is Donald Trump? 70 years old? VB: 72. MW: 72...sixty, fifty years ago, we were not in the society that we’re in now, where people freely used that word. VB: We’re not talking about sixteen-year-old Donald Trump using the N-word. We’re talking about, potentially, a 55-, 60-, 65-year-old Donald Trump using the word. MW: Do you know how old he is when he uses it? VB: I don’t know how old he is. But my question is, why does that matter to you? MW: You can’t say if he was sixteen or sixty. You don’t know. That’s when Blackwell moves to end the conversation, but Williams gets one last non-sensical support statement in. MW: To be clear, personally, it’s always wrong to use that word. As the President today, he has not used that word. As the President today, he has not done that. To hold somebody accountable for something he did years ago, as our President today, I think it sets a bad precedent. Huh. So the new rule is that we can’t be mad at people, or judge people, for anything they did before they were elected? Hmm. I’ve never run for office, but if I’ve learned anything from politicians, it’s that one’s past is crucial to campaigning. Did they ever do drugs? Were they ever known to associate with perceived bad guys? What’s their voting record? Did they ever get a DUI? Did they ever cheat on a spouse? How about their financial dealings? Candidates always boast of their past achievements, and dig every skeleton out of their opponents’ closets. Williams knows this, but when it comes to Trump, the old rules don’t apply, and nothing makes sense—and there’s a constant effort to normalize everything we know is very, very wrong about this administration, past and present. xAnd speaking of pigeons... pic.twitter.com/VJeEBZHTL2— jessica james (@MontaukBuzz) August 17, 2018 Agents of Trump deny everything until they’re out of breath, and when that doesn’t work, they just dismiss any given accusation as irrelevant or insignificant. After all, we’ve already seen one conversation shift—from whether or not Trump colluded with Russia, to how much it doesn’t matter and is totally not a crime. It’s no surprise the same approach is being applied to Trump’s racism. You can watch the CNN “New Day” interview segment below. x YouTube Video

This week at progressive state blogs. Bannon apparently back; 'consumer protection is so outdated'

This week at progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Here is the August 11 edition. Inclusion of a blog post does not necessarily indicate my agreement with—or end
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This week at progressive state blogs. Bannon apparently back; 'consumer protection is so outdated'

This week at progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Here is the August 11 edition. Inclusion of a blog post does not necessarily indicate my agreement with—or endorsement of—its contents. At Show Me Progress of Missouri, Willy Kay writes—Josh Hawley: Not as smart as they thought? So what about Josh Hawley? There’s this little morsel (as noted by Michael Bersin here) which indicates that perhaps the guy just isn’t working with all the lights burning: In Missouri’s U.S. Senate race, Josh Hawley (R) slammed Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) this morning for “hiding out” in Washington, D.C. For the record, the Senate is in session, which means McCaskill just went to work. One twitter commentator suggested that Hawley might need a tutorial on how government works. In fact, lots of folks have been wondering this summer if Hawley’s really up to speed when it comes to “work,” and “politics” stuff – an impression that this post-primary awkwardness reinforces. Perhaps a tutorial would be just the thing. Want more evidence that our hero is a little slower on the uptake than we’d expect from a Yale and Stanford graduate? How about Hawley’s inability to let us know what he thinks about major issues in Missouri politics like the ballot initiatives that will come before the voters this November: we’ll vote on a higher minimum wage, clean government measures, including fair redistricting reform, increases to the gas tax to pay for sorely needed infrastructure improvements, and legalization of medical marijuana. “Yes” or “no” stuff for any thinking politician, right? But Hawley seems to be a little worried that he might get somebody’s dander up if he expresses a real opinion on possibly controversial topics, which may be why he’s so willing to temporize.  [...]

Saturday midday open thread: CEO-to-worker compensation hits 312-1; China goes to WTO on solar levy

79 days remain until the November midterms What’s coming up on Sunday Kos … How Daily Kos Elections analyzes and reports on polls, by David Nir The final battle of the Civil Social Justice War will be in the heart, mind and spirit of the
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Saturday midday open thread: CEO-to-worker compensation hits 312-1; China goes to WTO on solar levy

79 days remain until the November midterms What’s coming up on Sunday Kos … How Daily Kos Elections analyzes and reports on polls, by David Nir The final battle of the Civil Social Justice War will be in the heart, mind and spirit of the nation, by Frank Vyan Walton Marijuana, opioids, and alcohol: It is time to change the paradigm, by Egberto Willies Trump tariffs hurting farmers, and GOP could pay a price in midterms, by Sher Watts Spooner 7 questions for Erica Newsome, West Virginia teacher, about the West Virginia teacher’s strike, by David Akadjian Why Donald Trump needs to increase immigration, by Jon Perr Support the troops—by allowing them to be ripped off, by Mark E Andersen ‘Trumpslaining’ the narrative about Puerto Rico’s recovery, by Denise Oliver Velez While obsessing over 'endangered' white people, mainstream media helps normalize white supremacy, by Kelly Macias Trump uses race, culture to divide and distract us. GOP is government by the corrupt for the rich, by Ian Reifowitz • Will machine learning narrow or widen the disparity in maternal deaths of white and black mothers? • Report finds CEO-to-worker compensation at 312-1, not quite the record, but egads. The report used two measures. The first included stock options realized (in addition to salary, bonuses, restricted stock grants, and long-term incentive payouts). Gauged by this, in 2017 the average CEO of the 350 largest firms in the U.S. received $18.9 million in compensation, a 17.6 percent increase over 2016. In the same period, the average worker’s compensation rose just 0.3 percent. The 312-to-1 ratio far exceeded the 20-to-1 ratio in 1965 and the 58-to-1 ratio in 1989. But it was lower than the all-time record of 344-to-1 in 2000. A second measure tracks the value of stock options at the time they are granted. Gauged by this method, average CEO compensation rose to $13.3 million in 2017, up from $13.0 million in 2016. • China challenges U.S. solar tariffs at World Trade Organization: Some experts think Beijing is likely to win its complaint against the tariff on solar cells imported into the U.S. That tariff started at 30 percent this year and will phase down over the next four years. But Chinese solar manufacturers have a bigger issue at home now since Beijing cut the amount of subsidies it is providing to them. It is estimated the impact of that cutback will be that 20 gigawatts less of solar capacity will be installed this ydar than had previously been forecast for China.  MIDDAY TWEET xPolice across the US arrest protesters en masse, publish their names and photos on Twitter, and then drop the cases. Activists endure abuse, doxing, lost jobs, and long-term harassment as a result: https://t.co/aCKU5VIU2a— Sam Levin (@SamTLevin) August 16, 2018 • Federal judge says California cannot dodge a lawsuit regarding allegedly unconstitutional rules to hide aspects of its executions: U.S. District Judge Richard Seeborg denied the state’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit challenging rules that bar the public from viewing the preparation and injection of lethal drugs – as well as the aftermath of botched executions. Quoting from the 2002 Ninth Circuit ruling California First Amendment Coalition v. Woodford—which ruled in favor of executions remaining open to the public—Seeborg agreed the public has a First Amendment right to “view executions from the moment the condemned is escorted to the execution chamber, including those ‘initial procedures’ that are inextricably intertwined with the process.” • Evidence shows some of the oldest galaxies in existence orbit around the Milky Way: Astronomers from the Institute for Computational Cosmology at Durham University and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, have found evidence that the faintest satellite galaxies orbiting our own Milky Way galaxy are amongst the very first galaxies that formed in our Universe. Scientists working on this research have described the finding as «hugely exciting» explaining that that finding some of the Universe's earliest galaxies orbiting the Milky Way is «equivalent to finding the remains of the first humans that inhabited the Earth.» • AI is the future, but where are the women? FOR ALL THEIR differences, big tech companies agree on where we’re heading: into a future dominated by smart machines. Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple all say that every aspect of our lives will soon be transformed by artificial intelligence and machine learning, through innovations such as self-driving cars and facial recognition. Yet the people whose work underpins that vision don’t much resemble the society their inventions are supposed to transform. WIRED worked with Montreal startup Element AI to estimate the diversity of leading machine learning researchers, and found that only 12 percent were women. That estimate came from tallying the numbers of men and women who had contributed work at three top machine learning conferences in 2017. It suggests the group supposedly charting society’s future is even less inclusive than the broader tech industry, which has its own well-known diversity problems.   Monday through Friday you can catch the Kagro in the Morning Show 9 AM ET by dropping in here, or you can download the Stitcher app (found in the app stores or at Stitcher.com), and find a live stream there, by searching for "Netroots Radio.” LINK TO DAILY KOS STORE

View from the Left: Media shifts from 'But her emails' in 2016 to 'But Pelosi' in 2018

We are in the midst of watching the collective Washington media commit journalistic malpractice all over again this election cycle with Nancy Pelosi taking over Hillary Clinton's starring role as their lead obsession while they give the GOP a virtual pass.
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View from the Left: Media shifts from 'But her emails' in 2016 to 'But Pelosi' in 2018

We are in the midst of watching the collective Washington media commit journalistic malpractice all over again this election cycle with Nancy Pelosi taking over Hillary Clinton's starring role as their lead obsession while they give the GOP a virtual pass. In 2016, Donald Trump broke nearly every norm imaginable from not releasing his taxes to proposing a ban on people of certain religions from entering to the country to never really even bothering to lay out a cohesive platform beyond, «I alone can fix it.» But it was Hillary's emails that captured that imaginations of political journalists and dominated the media scape, according to a meticulous study of press coverage released last year by Columbia Journalism Review. In just six days, The New York Times ran as many cover stories about Hillary Clinton’s emails as they did about all policy issues combined in the 69 days leading up to the election... During that period all the savvy Washington reporters knew Trump would never win, so why devote serious coverage to him? In fact, according to detailed findings by the CJR report, Clinton's email server and the hacking of her campaign and the Democratic National Committee got 25,000 more sentences—65,000 vs. 40,000—than all of Trump's scandals combined, including his bankruptcy, Trump University, Trump Foundation, Gold Star bullying, Access Hollywood tapes, sexual harassment and assault allegations, and his race-baiting nativist statements about Mexicans and Muslims, etc. Fast forward to 2018. The man they said would never win is now president, majority control of the House (and perhaps the future of the republic) hangs in the balance this fall, and the new media fascination on the Democratic side is whether Nancy Pelosi will be the downfall of Democrats this cycle and/or remain leader of the Democratic caucus. It's a narrative Republicans are pushing, partly out of a dearth of midterm messages that can move voters. There's no evidence it will play well in the swing districts Republicans need to defend to keep their majority—a CNN poll this week found Pelosi ranked dead last among 10 issues registered voters said were driving their choices this cycle. But not to be dissuaded, news outlets are hyping her as a liability on the campaign trail along with previewing the power struggle that could ensue should Democrats take back the House this fall. The Washington Post devoted two articles in the past couple weeks to GOP attack ads featuring Pelosi and invoking the word «liberal» as a smear (a Pelosi variation). NBC News is steadily updating a poll of Democratic nominees, candidates, and incumbents who say they will oppose Pelosi for Speaker if Democrats win the majority. The New York Times featured an article this week about a member of her own leadership team, Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, waiting in the wings in case Pelosi «falls short» of the 218 votes she'll need to become speaker.

When a woman is accused of sexual misconduct: The strange case of Avital Ronell

A brilliant philosopher is brought down by harassment charges; her defenders make things worse. We have questions
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When a woman is accused of sexual misconduct: The strange case of Avital Ronell

A brilliant philosopher is brought down by harassment charges; her defenders make things worse. We have questions

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Nord Stream 2 is purely economic project, doesn’t prevent gas supplies through Ukraine – Putin

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is a «purely economic project» and does not mean the transit of gas through Ukraine will stop, Vladimir Putin has stressed during a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read Full Article at RT.c
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Nord Stream 2 is purely economic project, doesn’t prevent gas supplies through Ukraine – Putin

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is a «purely economic project» and does not mean the transit of gas through Ukraine will stop, Vladimir Putin has stressed during a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read Full Article at RT.com

See Hasbro make its first Power Rangers toy: A highly-detailed White Ranger - CNET

Exclusive: Tommy the White Ranger kicks off Hasbro's Lightning Collection, a premium line of Power Rangers figures.
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See Hasbro make its first Power Rangers toy: A highly-detailed White Ranger - CNET

Exclusive: Tommy the White Ranger kicks off Hasbro's Lightning Collection, a premium line of Power Rangers figures.

This straight-up audiophile turntable costs less than you'd think - CNET

Looking to step up your vinyl game? The $999 MoFi StudioDeck looks, sounds and feels terrific -- and it’s made in the US.
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This straight-up audiophile turntable costs less than you'd think - CNET

Looking to step up your vinyl game? The $999 MoFi StudioDeck looks, sounds and feels terrific -- and it’s made in the US.

Nord Stream 2 is purely business project, doesn’t prevent gas supplies through Ukraine – Putin

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is a «purely economic project» and does not mean the transit of gas through Ukraine will stop, Vladimir Putin has stressed during a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read Full Article at RT.c
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Nord Stream 2 is purely business project, doesn’t prevent gas supplies through Ukraine – Putin

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is a «purely economic project» and does not mean the transit of gas through Ukraine will stop, Vladimir Putin has stressed during a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read Full Article at RT.com

Nord Stream 2 is purely business project, it doesn’t prevent gas supplies through Ukraine – Putin

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is a «purely economic project» and does not mean the transit of gas through Ukraine will stop, Vladimir Putin has stressed during a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read Full Article at RT.c
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Nord Stream 2 is purely business project, it doesn’t prevent gas supplies through Ukraine – Putin

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is a «purely economic project» and does not mean the transit of gas through Ukraine will stop, Vladimir Putin has stressed during a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Insight into development of lung cancer

Lung cancer results from effects of smoking along with multiple genetic components. A new study identifies two main pathways for the role of chromosome 15q25.1 -- a leader in increasing susceptibility to lung cancer -- in modifying disease risk. One pathway i
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Insight into development of lung cancer

Lung cancer results from effects of smoking along with multiple genetic components. A new study identifies two main pathways for the role of chromosome 15q25.1 -- a leader in increasing susceptibility to lung cancer -- in modifying disease risk. One pathway is implicated in nicotine dependence. The other plays a part in biological processes such as nutrient transfer and immune system function. The findings increase our understanding of lung cancer cause and development.

Making aquafeed more sustainable: Scientists develop feeds using a marine microalga co-product

Scientists have created a more sustainable feed for aquaculture by using a marine microalga co-product as a feed ingredient. The study is the first of its kind to evaluate replacing fishmeal with a co-product in feed designed specifically for Nile tilapia.
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Making aquafeed more sustainable: Scientists develop feeds using a marine microalga co-product

Scientists have created a more sustainable feed for aquaculture by using a marine microalga co-product as a feed ingredient. The study is the first of its kind to evaluate replacing fishmeal with a co-product in feed designed specifically for Nile tilapia.

Water-worlds are common: Exoplanets may contain vast amounts of water

Scientists have shown that water is likely to be a major component of those exoplanets (planets orbiting other stars) which are between two to four times the size of Earth. It will have implications for the search of life in our Galaxy.
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Water-worlds are common: Exoplanets may contain vast amounts of water

Scientists have shown that water is likely to be a major component of those exoplanets (planets orbiting other stars) which are between two to four times the size of Earth. It will have implications for the search of life in our Galaxy.

World's first-ever 4D printing for ceramics

A ground-breaking advancement in materials research by successfully developing the world's first-ever 4D printing for ceramics, which are mechanically robust and can have complex shapes. This could turn a new page in the structural application of ceramics.
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World's first-ever 4D printing for ceramics

A ground-breaking advancement in materials research by successfully developing the world's first-ever 4D printing for ceramics, which are mechanically robust and can have complex shapes. This could turn a new page in the structural application of ceramics.

Acid coastal seas off US putting common fish species at risk

Scientists have shown that coastal waters and river estuaries can exhibit unique vulnerabilities to acidification than offshore waters. This acidification, detected in waters off the United States West Coast and the Gulf of Mexico, can lead to disorientation
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Acid coastal seas off US putting common fish species at risk

Scientists have shown that coastal waters and river estuaries can exhibit unique vulnerabilities to acidification than offshore waters. This acidification, detected in waters off the United States West Coast and the Gulf of Mexico, can lead to disorientation and cognitive problems in some marine fish species, such as salmon, sharks, and cod.

Gaming in Asia may be crypto’s killer dApp

As money and talent flows into the crypto and blockchain worlds, a persistent question keeps coming up: what is going to be the “killer app” that drives adoption for these nascent technologies? The answer may well be quite simple: gaming in Asia.
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Gaming in Asia may be crypto’s killer dApp

As money and talent flows into the crypto and blockchain worlds, a persistent question keeps coming up: what is going to be the “killer app” that drives adoption for these nascent technologies? The answer may well be quite simple: gaming in Asia. That’s the theory for Cryptokitties, the notable purveyor of cute cats. The company has […]

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Grand Canyon road closed because of wildfire is reopening

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) - Grand Canyon National Park is reopening a scenic road to a North Rim vista that was closed Aug. 4 because of a lightning-caused wildfire. Park officials said the Cape Royal road would be reopened Saturday evening alon
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Grand Canyon road closed because of wildfire is reopening

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) - Grand Canyon National Park is reopening a scenic road to a North Rim vista that was closed Aug. 4 because of a lightning-caused wildfire. Park officials said the Cape Royal road would be reopened Saturday evening along with some of the trails that ...

Scenic railroad in Ohio buys historic Zephyr railcars

PENINSULA, Ohio (AP) - A tourist excursion railroad that operates in partnership with the Cuyahoga Valley National Park has acquired four railcars dating back to the 1940s. The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad says it purchased the four Zephyr railcars for $1.
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Scenic railroad in Ohio buys historic Zephyr railcars

PENINSULA, Ohio (AP) - A tourist excursion railroad that operates in partnership with the Cuyahoga Valley National Park has acquired four railcars dating back to the 1940s. The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad says it purchased the four Zephyr railcars for $1.5 million. They include two passenger railcars offering scenic 360-degree ...

Resort postpones reopening after closure due to storm damage

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - A Scottsdale-area resort closed Aug. 11 because of storm flooding and damage is postponing its reopening. The Talking Stick Resort and Casino on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community had planned to reopen Sunday but now says i
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Resort postpones reopening after closure due to storm damage

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - A Scottsdale-area resort closed Aug. 11 because of storm flooding and damage is postponing its reopening. The Talking Stick Resort and Casino on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community had planned to reopen Sunday but now says it needs more time to complete repairs and replace ...

Gas prices drop as end of summer driving season approaches

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Gas prices in New Jersey are dropping as the Labor Day weekend and the end of the summer driving season approaches. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas Friday in New Jersey was $2.88, down two cents from las
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Gas prices drop as end of summer driving season approaches

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Gas prices in New Jersey are dropping as the Labor Day weekend and the end of the summer driving season approaches. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas Friday in New Jersey was $2.88, down two cents from last week. Motorists ...

Seattle police look for man cutting rental bike brake lines

SEATTLE (AP) - Seattle police say they're looking for a man caught on surveillance video cutting brake lines on bike-share bicycles in an act that could endanger riders. Police issued a warning Friday and released the video showing a man with a backpack clipp
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Seattle police look for man cutting rental bike brake lines

SEATTLE (AP) - Seattle police say they're looking for a man caught on surveillance video cutting brake lines on bike-share bicycles in an act that could endanger riders. Police issued a warning Friday and released the video showing a man with a backpack clipping the brake wires on two rental ...

Alabama county has eighth rabid fox attack

LOXLEY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama's most popular county for tourism is facing a problem with attacks by rabid foxes. Officials say they've confirmed eight attacks by foxes infected with rabies in coastal Baldwin County since May. The fast-growing county includes th
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Alabama county has eighth rabid fox attack

LOXLEY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama's most popular county for tourism is facing a problem with attacks by rabid foxes. Officials say they've confirmed eight attacks by foxes infected with rabies in coastal Baldwin County since May. The fast-growing county includes the state's prime beach areas, although no tourists have reportedly ...

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Report: Browns will not sign Dez Bryant anytime soon

Dez Bryant left Cleveland without a deal, and according to a new report, he won’t be getting one anytime soon.According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns have put wide receiver Dez Bryant on the back burner after the return of Josh Gordon to tr
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Report: Browns will not sign Dez Bryant anytime soon

Dez Bryant left Cleveland without a deal, and according to a new report, he won’t be getting one anytime soon.According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns have put wide receiver Dez Bryant on the back burner after the return of Josh Gordon to training camp, and do not intend to offer Bryant a deal anytime soon.Bryant and the Browns did not come close to a deal during his visit, and while they will continue to monitor the situation, it appears unlikely that he will play for them. He would prefer a one-year deal with a contender to rebuild his value.Bryant seemed ready to talk numbers when he was in town, but nothing came of it. It’s not clear where he goes from here, as the Browns have been the only team consistently linked with him in recent weeks.

NASCAR Heat 3 launches on Sept. 7 - video

Just before NASCAR begins the 2018 playoffs for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, fans will be able to experience their own excitement from their gaming systems thanks to the arrival of NASCAR Heat 3 on Sept. 7. The game will not only feature improved fea
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NASCAR Heat 3 launches on Sept. 7 - video

Just before NASCAR begins the 2018 playoffs for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, fans will be able to experience their own excitement from their gaming systems thanks to the arrival of NASCAR Heat 3 on Sept. 7. The game will not only feature improved features from its predecessor, but an expanded opportunity to compete on eight different dirt tracks with Late Model cars. Check out the ... ... Keep reading

Pocono IndyCar: Final practice canceled, no Sunday warm-up

Although many drivers sampled their race setups in morning practice, the deletion of today’s practice session, without being replaced by a raceday warm-up, leaves an air of uncertainty for tomorrow’s race. Several drivers have been experimenting with the
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Pocono IndyCar: Final practice canceled, no Sunday warm-up

Although many drivers sampled their race setups in morning practice, the deletion of today’s practice session, without being replaced by a raceday warm-up, leaves an air of uncertainty for tomorrow’s race. Several drivers have been experimenting with the new front wing flaps and wickers but few have drawn any absolute conclusions.  Despite rain hitting Pennsylvania hard, on and off, for ... ... Keep reading

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