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Wyoming wildfire forces hundreds of evacuations

Wyoming wildfire forces hundreds of evacuations, destroys homes

Zimbabwe Drops Charges Against Man Who Killed Cecil The Lion

Zimbabwean officials announced Monday they will not charge Walter Palmer for killing Cecil the lion. But are we surprised?

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Seahawks Punter Jon Ryan Blasts Brian Billick After "Not Football Players"

After Brian Billick said kickers "are not football players" Seahawks punter Jon Ryan put the former NFL coach in his place. Well, as best a punter could do anyways.

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Would You Eat This Bernie Sanders Ice Cream Flavor?

Ben Cohen of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream is endorsing Bernie Sanders for President. He shares his ideas for a new flavor.

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Former rap mogul Suge Knight scheduled to return to court

Former rap mogul Suge Knight due to return to court for hearings in robbery, murder cases

Where Do Cowboys Turn After Tough Loss?

Sports Illustrated's Chris Burke discusses the Dallas Cowboys 30-6 loss to the New England Patriots and what changes the Cowboys need to make to turn their season around.

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800-pound man says he's determined to slim down, live a life

800-pound man with dreams of becoming an actor says he's determined to slim down, live a life

American Nobel laureate Richard Heck is buried in Manila

American Nobel laureate for chemistry in 2010 Richard Heck is buried in Manila

Zimbabwe Won't Press Charges Against Cecil The Lion's Killer

Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist and big-game hunter who killed Cecil the lion, won't face charges in the beloved big cat's death.

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Only on AP: Clinton server ran software that risked hacking

AP Exclusive: Clinton homemade email server was connected in ways that raised risks of hacking

AB InBev, SABMiller OK in principle to set up beer merger

AB InBev and SABMiller agree in principle on merger to create world's biggest beer company.

3 charged with killing tourist, hiker arrive in California

Trio charged with killing Canadian backpacker, hiker walking dog booked in California jail

Fire official: 2 firefighters killed, 2 hurt in Kansas City

Kansas City fire official: 2 firefighters killed, 2 hurt in fiery building collapse

Will California's "Redskins" Ban Cause Domino Effect?

​Gov. Jerry Brown made California the first state to ban the nickname "Redskins" for any public school by signing the California Racial Mascots Act on

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Florida Quarterback Will Grier Suspended One Year

Florida faces off against the 6th ranked LSU Tigers, but they are going to have to do it without star quarterback Will Grier. Find out why Grier was suspended for one year.

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Congratulations To 2015's World Class Scholars!

For the past 14 years, Mediacom has awarded over one million dollars in scholarships to high school students. We are proud to present this year's scholarship winners.

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Report: Playboy to end publishing fully nude female photos

Report: Playboy to end publishing fully nude female photos; poses will still be provocative

MMQB Extra: A Veteran QB Bridging the Gap

The MMQB's Peter King looks back at the Thursday Night match-up between the Indianapolis Colts and the Houston Texans to see how an aging backup quarterback helped his team gut out a win.

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Bush offers plan to repeal, replace federal health care law

Jeb Bush offers a 'conservative vision' of health care insurance for the future

California adopts strictest limits on livestock antibiotics

California adopts nation's toughest restrictions on use of antibiotics for livestock

Disney Hires 'Fifty Shades' Screenwriter To Pen 'Cruella' Movie

Disney is rebooting '101 Dalmatians' with a new live-action Cruella de Vil movie.

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Streaming TV services: What they cost, what you get

As Netflix hikes prices, here's what streaming TV services will set you back vs. cable

China September imports plunge in new sign of weakness

China's September imports plunge 20.4 percent in new sign of economic weakness

Absent legislation, NYC to improve nuts-and-bolts of bail

Absent statewide legislation, NYC to improve the nuts-and-bolts administration of bail

Man resisting eviction shoots at police from apartment

Police: Man barricades himself in Mississippi apartment, shoots at officers to resist eviction