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Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Oh, Thursday night! The Los Angeles Rams (2-1) held off the San Francisco 49ers (0-3), 41-39, in a wild intra-divisional shootout in Week 3. Here's what we learned:

1. After failing to score a touchdown through two games, the 49ers offense woke up just in time for a furious second-half comeback attempt. Shaking off a first-play interception, Brian Hoyer grew more efficient as the game went on, leading four second-half touchdown drives and connecting with his underrated playmakers on tosses short and long. Hoyer hooked up with Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon on lengthy gains and found Trent Taylor for intermediate plays. But a failed extra point and two-point conversion kept San Francisco from tying this one up and sending the Levi's faithful into hysterics. Early mistakes from Hoyer and a multitude of penalties kept San Francisco from earning its first win of the Kyle...


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Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Oh, Thursday night! The Los Angeles Rams (2-1) held off the San Francisco 49ers (0-3), 41-39, in a wild intra-divisional shootout in Week 3. Here's what we learned:

1. After failing to score a touchdown through two games, the 49ers offense woke up just in time for a furious second-half comeback attempt. Shaking off a first-play interception, Brian Hoyer grew more efficient as the game went on, leading four second-half touchdown drives and connecting with his underrated playmakers on tosses short and long. Hoyer hooked up with Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon on lengthy gains and found Trent Taylor for intermediate plays. But a failed extra point and two-point conversion kept San Francisco from tying this one up and sending the Levi's faithful into hysterics. Early mistakes from Hoyer and a multitude of penalties kept San Francisco from earning its first win of the Kyle...


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Read more: Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Oh, Thursday night! The Los Angeles Rams (2-1) held off the San Francisco 49ers (0-3), 41-39, in a wild intra-divisional shootout in Week 3. Here's what we learned:

1. After failing to score a touchdown through two games, the 49ers offense woke up just in time for a furious second-half comeback attempt. Shaking off a first-play interception, Brian Hoyer grew more efficient as the game went on, leading four second-half touchdown drives and connecting with his underrated playmakers on tosses short and long. Hoyer hooked up with Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon on lengthy gains and found Trent Taylor for intermediate plays. But a failed extra point and two-point conversion kept San Francisco from tying this one up and sending the Levi's faithful into hysterics. Early mistakes from Hoyer and a multitude of penalties kept San Francisco from earning its first win of the Kyle...


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Read more: Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Oh, Thursday night! The Los Angeles Rams (2-1) held off the San Francisco 49ers (0-3), 41-39, in a wild intra-divisional shootout in Week 3. Here's what we learned:

1. After failing to score a touchdown through two games, the 49ers offense woke up just in time for a furious second-half comeback attempt. Shaking off a first-play interception, Brian Hoyer grew more efficient as the game went on, leading four second-half touchdown drives and connecting with his underrated playmakers on tosses short and long. Hoyer hooked up with Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon on lengthy gains and found Trent Taylor for intermediate plays. But a failed extra point and two-point conversion kept San Francisco from tying this one up and sending the Levi's faithful into hysterics. Early mistakes from Hoyer and a multitude of penalties kept San Francisco from earning its first win of the Kyle...


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Read more: Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com

Oh, Thursday night! The Los Angeles Rams (2-1) held off the San Francisco 49ers (0-3), 41-39, in a wild intra-divisional shootout in Week 3. Here's what we learned:

1. After failing to score a touchdown through two games, the 49ers offense woke up just in time for a furious second-half comeback attempt. Shaking off a first-play interception, Brian Hoyer grew more efficient as the game went on, leading four second-half touchdown drives and connecting with his underrated playmakers on tosses short and long. Hoyer hooked up with Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon on lengthy gains and found Trent Taylor for intermediate plays. But a failed extra point and two-point conversion kept San Francisco from tying this one up and sending the Levi's faithful into hysterics. Early mistakes from Hoyer and a multitude of penalties kept San Francisco from earning its first win of the Kyle...


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Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

By Associated Press

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s military says the death toll from the overnight cross-border shooting by India in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir has risen to six.

The latest incident comes as Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in his speech at the U.N. General Assembly expressed concerns over human rights violations in India’s part of Kashmir. The region is divided between Pakistan and India but claimed by both.

Friday’s statement by the army spokesman, Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, says 26 people, including women and children, were also wounded in what he called “unproved” Indian shelling across the boundary in the Charwah and Harpal villages, on the Pakistani side.

Initially, the army on Thursday said that four civilians had died from Indian fire in Kashmir.

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Read more: Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

By Associated Press

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s military says the death toll from the overnight cross-border shooting by India in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir has risen to six.

The latest incident comes as Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in his speech at the U.N. General Assembly expressed concerns over human rights violations in India’s part of Kashmir. The region is divided between Pakistan and India but claimed by both.

Friday’s statement by the army spokesman, Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, says 26 people, including women and children, were also wounded in what he called “unproved” Indian shelling across the boundary in the Charwah and Harpal villages, on the Pakistani side.

Initially, the army on Thursday said that four civilians had died from Indian fire in Kashmir.

Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights...


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Read more: Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

By Associated Press

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s military says the death toll from the overnight cross-border shooting by India in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir has risen to six.

The latest incident comes as Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in his speech at the U.N. General Assembly expressed concerns over human rights violations in India’s part of Kashmir. The region is divided between Pakistan and India but claimed by both.

Friday’s statement by the army spokesman, Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, says 26 people, including women and children, were also wounded in what he called “unproved” Indian shelling across the boundary in the Charwah and Harpal villages, on the Pakistani side.

Initially, the army on Thursday said that four civilians had died from Indian fire in Kashmir.

Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights...


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Read more: Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

By Associated Press

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s military says the death toll from the overnight cross-border shooting by India in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir has risen to six.

The latest incident comes as Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in his speech at the U.N. General Assembly expressed concerns over human rights violations in India’s part of Kashmir. The region is divided between Pakistan and India but claimed by both.

Friday’s statement by the army spokesman, Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, says 26 people, including women and children, were also wounded in what he called “unproved” Indian shelling across the boundary in the Charwah and Harpal villages, on the Pakistani side.

Initially, the army on Thursday said that four civilians had died from Indian fire in Kashmir.

Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights...


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Read more: Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

Pakistan army says death toll from India shooting rises to 6 - Washington Post

By Associated Press

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s military says the death toll from the overnight cross-border shooting by India in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir has risen to six.

The latest incident comes as Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in his speech at the U.N. General Assembly expressed concerns over human rights violations in India’s part of Kashmir. The region is divided between Pakistan and India but claimed by both.

Friday’s statement by the army spokesman, Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, says 26 people, including women and children, were also wounded in what he called “unproved” Indian shelling across the boundary in the Charwah and Harpal villages, on the Pakistani side.

Initially, the army on Thursday said that four civilians had died from Indian fire in Kashmir.

Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights...


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Trump announces new US economic sanctions targeting North Korea over nuclear program - Washington Post

President Trump announced an executive order on Sept. 21 to enforce economic sanctions on North Korea and countries that do business with the "rogue regime" of North Korea. (The Washington Post)

NEW YORK — President Trump announced new U.S. financial sanctions Thursday that target North Korea and foreign companies or individuals that do business with the rogue nation, whose escalating nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities have reached what U.S. officials consider a crisis point.

The new penalties seek to leverage the dominance of the U.S. financial system by forcing nations to choose whether to do business with the United States or the comparatively tiny economy of North Korea. U.S. officials acknowledged that like other sanctions, these may not deter North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s drive to threaten the United States with a nuclear weapon but are aimed at slowing him...


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Which states could win and lose from the new ObamaCare repeal bill - The Hill

The ObamaCare repeal bill set for a possible vote next week in the Senate would create winners and losers among the 50 states that would be asked to implement their own health-care plans with block grants of federal funding.

The bill, sponsored by Republican Sens. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamTop Louisiana health official rips Cassidy over ObamaCare repeal bill Senate Dems hold floor talk-a-thon against latest ObamaCare repeal bill Overnight Defense: Senate passes 0B defense bill | 3,000 US troops heading to Afghanistan | Two more Navy officials fired over ship collisions MORE (S.C.) and Bill CassidyWilliam (Bill) Morgan CassidyTop Louisiana health official rips Cassidy over ObamaCare repeal bill Senate Dems hold floor talk-a-thon against latest ObamaCare repeal bill Finance to hold hearing on ObamaCare repeal bill MORE (La.), ends federal funding for ObamaCare’s Medicaid...


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Advanced stages of CTE found in Aaron Hernandez's brain - ESPN

Advance stages of CTE found in Hernandez's brain (1:16)

Tedy Bruschi reacts to the news that his former teammate Aaron Hernandez had severe signs of CTE when he took his own life in a Massachusetts prison. (1:16)

5:55 PM ET
  • ESPN.com news services

BOSTON -- Tests conducted on the brain of former football star Aaron Hernandez showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and his attorney said Thursday that the player's daughter is suing the NFL and the New England Patriots for leading Hernandez to believe the sport was safe.

In a news conference at his offices, Hernandez's attorney Jose Baez said the testing showed that Hernandez had one of the most severe cases of CTE ever diagnosed of a person of his age.

Hernandez was 27 when he killed himself in April.

Dr. Ann McKee, the director of the CTE Center at Boston University, concluded that...


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Thousands rally in Philippines to warn of Duterte 'dictatorship' - Reuters

MANILA (Reuters) - Left-wing activists and political opponents of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte held rallies on Thursday to warn against what they see as the emergence of a dictatorship under the no-nonsense but hugely popular leader.

Politicians, indigenous people, church leaders, businessmen, and leftists marched, staged rallies and attended masses to denounce Duterte, accusing him of abuses and authoritarianism similar to that of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

The events were to mark the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law under Marcos, which lasted nine years and is remembered by many Filipinos as brutal and oppressive.

Vice President Leni Robredo appeared at a mass at the University of the Philippines, traditionally a hotbed of political activism, and was due to appear at a rally of the opposition Liberal Party she leads.

Robredo, who was not...


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Thousands rally in Philippines to warn of Duterte 'dictatorship' - Reuters

MANILA (Reuters) - Left-wing activists and political opponents of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte held rallies on Thursday to warn against what they see as the emergence of a dictatorship under the no-nonsense but hugely popular leader.

Politicians, indigenous people, church leaders, businessmen, and leftists marched, staged rallies and attended masses to denounce Duterte, accusing him of abuses and authoritarianism similar to that of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

The events were to mark the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law under Marcos, which lasted nine years and is remembered by many Filipinos as brutal and oppressive.

Vice President Leni Robredo appeared at a mass at the University of the Philippines, traditionally a hotbed of political activism, and was due to appear at a rally of the opposition Liberal Party she leads.

Robredo, who was not...


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Read more: Thousands rally in Philippines to warn of Duterte 'dictatorship' - Reuters

Thousands rally in Philippines to warn of Duterte 'dictatorship' - Reuters

MANILA (Reuters) - Left-wing activists and political opponents of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte held rallies on Thursday to warn against what they see as the emergence of a dictatorship under the no-nonsense but hugely popular leader.

Politicians, indigenous people, church leaders, businessmen, and leftists marched, staged rallies and attended masses to denounce Duterte, accusing him of abuses and authoritarianism similar to that of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

The events were to mark the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law under Marcos, which lasted nine years and is remembered by many Filipinos as brutal and oppressive.

Vice President Leni Robredo appeared at a mass at the University of the Philippines, traditionally a hotbed of political activism, and was due to appear at a rally of the opposition Liberal Party she leads.

Robredo, who was not...


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Read more: Thousands rally in Philippines to warn of Duterte 'dictatorship' - Reuters

Thousands rally in Philippines to warn of Duterte 'dictatorship' - Reuters

MANILA (Reuters) - Left-wing activists and political opponents of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte held rallies on Thursday to warn against what they see as the emergence of a dictatorship under the no-nonsense but hugely popular leader.

Politicians, indigenous people, church leaders, businessmen, and leftists marched, staged rallies and attended masses to denounce Duterte, accusing him of abuses and authoritarianism similar to that of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

The events were to mark the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law under Marcos, which lasted nine years and is remembered by many Filipinos as brutal and oppressive.

Vice President Leni Robredo appeared at a mass at the University of the Philippines, traditionally a hotbed of political activism, and was due to appear at a rally of the opposition Liberal Party she leads.

Robredo, who was not...


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Read more: Thousands rally in Philippines to warn of Duterte 'dictatorship' - Reuters

Neighbors yell 'he can't hear you' before Oklahoma City officer fatally shoots deaf man - Washington Post


Police Capt. Bo Mathews answers a question at a news conference in Oklahoma City on Sept. 20. (Sue Ogrocki/AP)

Neighbors yelled “he can’t hear you!” But the two officers kept shouting commands.

Sgt. Christopher Barnes and Lt. Matthew Lindsey ordered Magdiel Sanchez to drop a 2-foot-long metal pipe. Instead, the 35-year-old stepped from the porch of the single-story house in suburban Oklahoma City, apparently oblivious to the shouts.

With about 15 feet of distance between them, both officers discharged their weapons — one a gun, the other a taser. Sanchez was pronounced dead at the scene Tuesday night.

The uniformed officers arrived at the address looking for the driver of a hit-and-run incident nearby. Sanchez was the son of the driver they were looking for. What they did not seem to know was that he was deaf.

This was the account Oklahoma City...


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Neighbors yell 'he can't hear you' before Oklahoma City officer fatally shoots deaf man - Washington Post


Police Capt. Bo Mathews answers a question at a news conference in Oklahoma City on Sept. 20. (Sue Ogrocki/AP)

Neighbors yelled “he can’t hear you!” But the two officers kept shouting commands.

Sgt. Christopher Barnes and Lt. Matthew Lindsey ordered Magdiel Sanchez to drop a 2-foot-long metal pipe. Instead, the 35-year-old stepped from the porch of the single-story house in suburban Oklahoma City, apparently oblivious to the shouts.

With about 15 feet of distance between them, both officers discharged their weapons — one a gun, the other a taser. Sanchez was pronounced dead at the scene Tuesday night.

The uniformed officers arrived at the address looking for the driver of a hit-and-run incident nearby. Sanchez was the son of the driver they were looking for. What they did not seem to know was that he was deaf.

This was the account Oklahoma City...


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Neighbors yell 'he can't hear you' before Oklahoma City officer fatally shoots deaf man - Washington Post


Police Capt. Bo Mathews answers a question at a news conference in Oklahoma City on Sept. 20. (Sue Ogrocki/AP)

Neighbors yelled “he can’t hear you!” But the two officers kept shouting commands.

Sgt. Christopher Barnes and Lt. Matthew Lindsey ordered Magdiel Sanchez to drop a 2-foot-long metal pipe. Instead, the 35-year-old stepped from the porch of the single-story house in suburban Oklahoma City, apparently oblivious to the shouts.

With about 15 feet of distance between them, both officers discharged their weapons — one a gun, the other a taser. Sanchez was pronounced dead at the scene Tuesday night.

The uniformed officers arrived at the address looking for the driver of a hit-and-run incident nearby. Sanchez was the son of the driver they were looking for. What they did not seem to know was that he was deaf.

This was the account Oklahoma City...


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