Stories of 1 November 2019

USA Today › Sports › 2 weeks ago
Storm the Court won the $2 million Juvenile by a neck at 45-1 odds on opening day of the Breeders' Cup, scoring the biggest upset in the race's 35-year history
The Sun › Sports › 2 weeks ago
WWE have confirmed a number of Smackdown stars will miss today’s show due to being stranded in Saudi Arabia due to flight delays. Following last night’s Crown Jewel event in Riyadh the wrestlers on the blue brand were due in Buffalo for a live...
Daily Mail Online › 2 weeks ago
ALISON BOSHOFF: Both are billionaires, both are catnip to celebrities and politicians and both are arch-rivals, locked for two decades in an intractable high-fashion feud set to be reignited.
Raw Story › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Michael Stipe, the vocalist form the legendary rock band R.E.M. blasted Twitter’s Jack Dorsey during a Friday interview on “The Beat” with Ari Melber. “Michael, what or who on your list needs to fall back?” Melber asked. “I feel like I’m...
CBS Local › Sports › 2 weeks ago
The Denver Broncos have placed quarterback Joe Flacco on the injured reserve, ending his season, according to reports.
The Sun › Lifestyle › 2 weeks ago
KYM Marsh was joined by her Coronation Street co-stars for a glamorous night out after filming her final scenes on Friday. The actress, 43, walked from her car in casual clothes while holding her dress in a carrier as she made her way towards the...
USA Today › Sports › 2 weeks ago
The NCAA has denied waiver request that would have allowed Tennessee transfer Evina Westbrook to play at UConn this season
CBS Local › 2 weeks ago
Jeff Ray has details on what weather may be like on race day morning.
USA Today › 2 weeks ago
President Donald Trump remained defiant as House committees try to determine if he violated his oath of office by asking a foreign country to investigate a political opponent. (Nov. 1)
Chicago Tribune › Opinions › 2 weeks ago
With Fox Valley Arts Hall of Fame nominations coming due for its class of 2020, we set out to determine one way or the other whether those persistent rumors about megastar Kanye West attending West Aurora schools were true or not.
CNN › 2 weeks ago
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry, injured in a game this week, will be out for three months with a broken bone in his left hand, the team said Friday.
Chicago Tribune › 2 weeks ago
Wolf was chief of staff to former DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. He has been involved with the 240,000-person department off and on since its creation following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Washington Times › 2 weeks ago
An investigation is underway after a fatal officer-involved shooting that followed a hostage situation north of Denver.
New York Daily News › 2 weeks ago
"Beverly Hills 90210" star Ian Ziering has announced a separation from second wife, Erin, after nine years together.
Chicago Tribune › Opinions › 2 weeks ago
Much as Mayor Lori Lightfoot has pushed ethics reforms at Chicago's City Hall, Gov. J.B. Pritzker should lead an anti-corruption assault on corruption in Illinois government and politics. He can't rely on entrenched pols like House Speaker Michael...
Washington Times › 2 weeks ago
The more concrete the testimony in the impeachment inquiry, the more solidly Republicans are sticking with President Donald Trump.
NBC News › 2 weeks ago
On October 31, 2009 Nori Amaya left Coppi, the Washington, D.C. restaurant she co-owned with her brother Carlos, for a night of salsa dancing. Her brother found her strangled in her apartment two days later, after she failed to show up for a catering...
The Sun › 2 weeks ago
SHOCKING footage captured a brutal brawl between a teacher and pupil as kids watched them reign blows into each other across a US classroom. A 16-year-old boy has been arrested by cops and the female teacher is under investigation and has been removed...
CBS Local › 2 weeks ago
Greta Thunberg and singer Billie Eilish were among hundreds in attendance at a youth climate strike at Los Angeles City Hall Friday.
New York Post › Incident › 2 weeks ago
Police are on the hunt for a serial purse-snatcher wanted in a string of nine thefts around Manhattan, the NYPD said Friday. The man, believed to between the age of 50 and 60, kicked off the robbery spree on July 29 and last struck on Oct. 18, police...
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