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Trump’s Jamal Khashoggi reckoning, and why his history with despots suggests he won’t get tough on Saudi Arabia

Trump is understandably cautious right now. But his comments -- and a situation that pits a despotic ally against a journalist -- is ripe for getting it wrong.

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Ambitious, lavishly produced television series are routine in the era of big-spending streaming outlets, but Amazon’s “The Romanoffs” is different.

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During a Wizards broadcast, McPeak, who spent the last three seasons calling games for the Toronto 905 in the G League, joined a very short list of women to provide play-by-play for an NBA game.

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“It would be crazy for this authority to simply run more trains in off-peak times chasing additional passengers,” board member Steve McMillin said.

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Show this to your friends who think 75 percent odds are practically a sure thing.

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In an interview with NPR, the Senate majority leader said that losing the chamber is a “scary prospect” to Republican voters who want to see more conservative judges on the nation’s courts.

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Maryland’s passing offense ranks No. 123 of out of 129 FBS teams at 127.6 yards per game, but the interim coach is planning no changes against Rutgers.

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Trump shamed Obama for campaigning after a hurricane. Then he did it as Michael ravaged Florida.

"You had these people waiting for hours, many hours. And if I didn’t go, that would have been the wrong thing, too," President Trump said.

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Thanks to a 70-year-old prediction, a Brewers win Friday means free burgers for all of Wisconsin

A restaurant chain owner predicted that a 1948 minor league team would win 13 straight, promising patrons a reward if it happened. Seven decades later, the chain's current owners are honoring a similar pledge.

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Playing by her own rules, the “Married . . . With Children” mom triumphed over her circumstances.

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Prosecutors drop part of Harvey Weinstein case but are still ‘moving full steam ahead’

The Manhattan District Attorney's office is pursuing charges related to two other Weinstein accusers.

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