NFL Week 3 Power Rankings: Jaguars claim top spot; Buccaneers, Dolphins climbing

  1. NFL Week 3 Power Rankings: Jaguars claim top spot; Buccaneers, Dolphins climbing  CBSSports.com
  2. Matt Tabeek’s Wildly Important NFL Power Rankings: Jaguars take top spot, Falcons jump into top 10  AtlantaFalcons.com
  3. Patrick Mahomes – the NFL’s hottest QB – grew up in MLB clubhouses  USA TODAY
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Kavanaugh Willing To Testify On Assault Claim, White House Says

  1. Kavanaugh Willing To Testify On Assault Claim, White House Says  NPR
  2. Hearing Set for Monday to Hear Kavanaugh and His Accuser  New York Times
  3. Kellyanne Conway says Kavanaugh accuser ‘should not be insulted’ — after Trump Jr. mocked her  Washington Post
  4. Brett Kavanaugh for SCOTUS: Senate to hold new hearing on Kavanaugh sexual assault allegation  Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Feinstein foe blasts her handling of Kavanaugh harassment claim

  1. Feinstein foe blasts her handling of Kavanaugh harassment claim  Politico
  2. US Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh denies sexual misconduct allegation  Reuters
  3. Brett Kavanaugh’s Role in Schemes to Politicize the Judiciary Should Disqualify Him  The Nation.
  4. Young Americans, What Do You Think About the Kavanaugh Confirmation?  New York Times
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Skripal poisoning suspects claim they were tourists in 'wonderful town of Salisbury' to visit famous cathedral

  1. Skripal poisoning suspects claim they were tourists in ‘wonderful town of Salisbury’ to visit famous cathedral  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. UK Poison Suspects Heed Putin’s Call in State TV Tell-All  Bloomberg
  3. Two Russians accused by UK in spy poisoning to give interview  Reuters
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Pope to meet US Church leaders after abuse cover-up claim

Pope to meet US Church leaders after abuse cover-up claimPope Francis will meet leaders of the US Catholic Church on Thursday, the Vatican announced, after a high profile accusation that the pontiff covered up sexual abuse allegations against an American cardinal. Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, the president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, will attend the meeting after saying last month he was eager to meet the pope following the scandal. Two other conference officials will be at the meeting, as will Cardinal Sean O’Malley, the head of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, Vatican spokesman Greg Burke said on Tuesday.


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Trump's claim that GDP tops the jobless rate for the first time in 'over 100 years' is not even close to correct

  1. Trump’s claim that GDP tops the jobless rate for the first time in ‘over 100 years’ is not even close to correct  CNBC
  2. Trump keeps making outlandish claims about GDP  Business Insider
  3. Trump Wrongly Touts Economy Growth Milestone vs. Unemployment  Bloomberg
  4. Trump touts an economic metric not seen in the US since … Bush  Washington Post
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Leaked 'iPhone Xc' prototype images claim to show new color options, dual-SIM, more

  1. Leaked ‘iPhone Xc’ prototype images claim to show new color options, dual-SIM, more  9to5Mac
  2. Apple’s September 12, 2018 event: What we expect to be “gathering round” for  Ars Technica
  3. What to Expect at Apple’s September 2018 Event: New iPhones, Apple Watch Series 4, AirPods, AirPower and More  Mac Rumors
  4. Apple prices ‘defy normal rules’ as fans face spending £2000 on new iPhone deals  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Apple iPhone event: The biggest mystery is the price  MarketWatch
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Prosecutors back off claim that accused Russian agent Maria Butina traded sex for access

  1. Prosecutors back off claim that accused Russian agent Maria Butina traded sex for access  Washington Post
  2. Prosecutors say they were ‘mistaken’ in sex claim against accused Russian spy Maria Butina  USA TODAY
  3. Feds admit they misunderstood texts from accused Russian spy  New York Post
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Prosecutors say they misunderstood text messages they used to claim the accused Russian spy offered to trade sex for political access

Prosecutors said Friday that they misunderstood text messages used as the basis of a claim that Maria Butina offered to trade sex for access — an extraordinary admission that threatens to undercut the government’s cloak-and-dagger portrayal of the young Russian accused of working to infiltrate American political circles.


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