Monthly Archives: November 2019

QB Justin Fields’ return from knee injury a ‘magical moment’ for Ohio State

Ann Arbor, Michigan — Late in the third quarter against Michigan, Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields had a teammate pushed into his knee, causing it to buckle and reaggravating a sprained MCL he suffered against Penn State. Fields walked off the field on … Google Alert – breaking news

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Cyber Weekend 2019: The best deals on shoes like Nike, Vans, and Uggs

Get steep discounts on shoes from brands like Nike, Uggs, Vans, Crocs, Saucony, Frye, Hunter Boots, and more. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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And you thought Black Friday was crazy, try shopping in Japan

Huge electronics shops have everything from humidifiers to pint size toaster ovens. Locals targeted for better smelling products that need power. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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McConnell once called Biden ‘a real friend’ and a ‘trusted partner.’ Now he’s quiet as Trump, GOP attack him.

McConnell’s handling of President Trump’s focus on the Bidens will prove crucial during a potential impeachment trial. PowerPost

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Black Friday 2019: Best Adidas Black Friday deals

Get great deals on Adidas sneakers, sandals, workout bags, apparel, and more. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Kid Rock blasts Detroit newspaper over report bartender’s firing was racially motivated

Kid Rock blasted the Detroit Free Press Friday following their report that a bartender who works at the singer’s restaurant alleged she was fired for racism. Fox News – Breaking News Updates | Latest News Headlines | Photos & News Videos

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Black Friday 2019: Best Kohl’s Black Friday deals

Shop the best Kohl’s Black Friday deals on Instant Pot, Keurig, Fitbit, KitchenAid, iRobot Roomba, and more. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Top human rights post goes vacant as Trump nominee confronts links to post-9/11 torture program

Several officials have accused Marshall Billingslea, now an assistant treasury secretary, of improperly minimizing his role in the interrogation debate inside of the Bush administration. PowerPost

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