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Bills acquire two draft picks for OL Wyatt Teller – BuffaloBills.com
Thursday, Aug 29, 2019 04:04 PM When there are just a couple of days before NFL rosters must be trimmed to 53, general managers make a lot of phone calls to see if some capable talent on other rosters can be pried away via trade before a player is available to the entire league on…
What Mike Ford’s breakout means for the Yankees, Greg Bird – Pinstripe Alley
Luke Voit should be back in the Yankee lineup Friday, returning one of the team’s most reliable bats over the past twelve calendar months. Voit’s emergence is an analytical victory; the Yankees gambled that his exit velocity and predisposition to hitting to right field would serve him well at Yankee Stadium, and Voit was blocked…
Why Jacoby Brissett is capable of being the Colts starting quarterback – Indianapolis Star
Nat Newell, Indianapolis Star Published 3:45 p.m. ET Aug. 29, 2019 | Updated 4:11 p.m. ET Aug. 29, 2019CLOSE Insiders Joel A. Erickson and Jim Ayello discuss the sudden retirement of Andrew Luck on this week's IndyStar's Colts Cover-2 podcast. Clark Wade, Clark.Wade@Indystar.comThe biggest question for the Indianapolis Colts entering the season opener on Sept.…
Cowboys preparing for Tony Pollard to start – NBCSports.com
Getty Images The Cowboys don’t know whether they will have Ezekiel Elliott for the season opener. So with the Giants coming to town in 10 days, the Cowboys are preparing to play without him. The Cowboys drafted Tony Pollard and Mike Weber. They signed veteran Alfred Morris when Elliott’s holdout began at training camp. “Yeah,…
No “gay gene” — New study says no single gene drives sexual behavior; A complex mix of genetic and other influences answer the question “is there a gay gene?” – CBS News
There's no such thing as a single "gay gene" that drives a person's sexual behavior, concludes the largest genetic study ever conducted on the issue. Instead, a person's attraction to those of the same sex is shaped by a complex mix of genetic and environmental influences, similar to what's seen in most other human traits,…
GOP pushes back on Senate Democrats acting like goodfellas – Washington Examiner
 | August 29, 2019 05:12 PM Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska was absolutely right today to say that some of his Democratic colleagues are playing “mobster politics” with the Supreme Court. Sasse’s comment came as he joined the release of a well-worded letter from all 53 Senate Republicans to the clerk of the Supreme…
Jeffrey Epstein’s Criminal Case Closed After His Death Derailed Prosecution – NPR
The door to Jeffrey Epstein's Upper East Side residence stands closed last month in New York City. On Thursday, a federal judge closed the dead financier's criminal case — but not before hearing from many of his alleged victims. Scott Heins/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Scott Heins/Getty Images The door to Jeffrey Epstein's Upper…
Trump cancels trip to Poland, says he is staying in the U.S. to monitor Hurricane Dorian – The Washington Post
Felicia SonmezNational reporter on The Washington Post's breaking political news team August 29 at 5:37 PM President Trump announced Thursday that he is canceling a planned trip to Poland and will remain in the United States to monitor Hurricane Dorian, which is headed toward a potential landfall in Florida or elsewhere along the East Coast…
State of emergency for 12 South Georgia counties ahead of Dorian – Atlanta Journal Constitution
Georgia officials continue to track Hurricane Dorian, which is expected to strengthen to a Category 4 storm before making landfall along the central east coast of Florida, Channel 2 Action News meteorologists said Thursday afternoon. Ahead of the storm’s arrival, Gov. Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency for 12 South Georgia counties Thursday afternoon…
How Kirsten Gillibrand’s Presidential Dreams Unraveled – The New York Times
The New York senator ran as the champion of feminism, but her message did not break through in a field with six women. With little money left and no place on the debate stage, she decided to drop out. ImageSenator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York entered the race pitching herself as the voice of feminism…
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