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U.S. Open match ends at 2:26 a.m. as Kei Nishikori outlasts No. 5 Milos Raonic

Japan’s Kei Nishikori rallied for a five-set victory over fifth-seeded Milos Raonic to reach his first U.S. Open quarterfinal. The 10th-seeded Nishikori won 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-7 (6), 7-5, 6-4 in a match that ended at 2:26 a.m. Tuesday, tying the latest finish in tournament history.

'AK-47 bandit' strikes again in Nebraska: cops

The "AK-47 bandit" — wanted for a slew of bank heists in California — is suspected in the robbery of a First National Bank branch in southeast Nebraska on Aug. 22.

Graphic anti-terrorism coloring books teach kids about ISIS

A St. Louis-based coloring book company updated its controversial terrorism-themed books to include lessons about the Islamic State.

Dog survives week on ledge after falling off cliff in England

Springer spaniel Sprig was presumed dead after he went missing during an Aug. 23 walk with owners Mark and Susie Sanders.

Nick Cannon writing book ‘Neon Aliens Ate My Homework and Other Poems’

Nick Cannon has been keeping a notebook for much of his life, and next year we'll get to see some of the entries. The entertainer and record producer is working on a book of poems for children.

Chinese dad kills four children at elementary school

A furious dad stabbed four children to death at an elementary school after his daughter failed to complete her summer homework and was denied admission.

Britney Spears calls out cheating ex-boyfriend during Vegas show

Britney Spears is moving right along - and making a stage show out of her womanizing ex-boyfriend David Lucado.

Best Dem for big job

New York’s Democrats will soon nominate Andrew Cuomo as their candidate for governor in a walkover primary election against a wholly unqualified candidate who is pitching herself as a truer “progressive” than he is.

The dog ate his homework

Health inspection: check. Fire and building safety: check.

Sept. 2: Obama, Eric Garner and Chock full o’Nuts

Dumont, N.J.: Golf outings: 192. Fundraisers: 394. Vacation days: 126. I understand that President Obama deserves his vacations even during times of crisis like we are going through now.

Raiders to start rookie QB Derek Carr vs. Jets

Oakland rookie Derek Carr will start the season opener against the New York Jets, becoming the first Raiders quarterback to start the first game of his rookie season.

Open Insider: CiCi Bellis romps again

The hype may have faded a bit, but CiCi Bellis was on the Grandstand court Monday morning, playing somebody closer to her own size and age.

Giants Insider: G-Men insist it's a sprint, not a marathon

Last season may be long over, but the lingering stench of the Giants’ 0-6 start a year ago has remained with Big Blue heading into the season opener.

Montauk businessman found dead in harbor

The longtime owner of a Montauk, L.I., marina was found dead on Monday, floating in the harbor waters that had supported him his entire life. Carl Darenberg Jr., 64, who ran Montauk Marine Basin, was discovered in Montauk Harbor, off the Uihlein’s Marina docks, at 9:30 a.m. Show More Summary

Panda at London zoo may have had miscarriage

The Edinburgh Zoo warned Monday that its female giant panda may have lost her cub.

Mets Insider: Josh Edgin has MRI on elbow

Terry Collins is not optimistic about getting Josh Edgin back quickly. The left-handed reliever was left behind in New York to have his elbow looked at by team doctors on Tuesday morning.

Eugenie Bouchard fails to advance at U.S. Open

She made the semifinals of the year’s first two Grand Slams, and then the finals of the third.

Chris Kirk wins Deutsche Bank Championship, could join Ryder Cup team

Chris Kirk gave Tom Watson a couple of final things to consider before he makes his three Ryder Cup captains picks at the SNL Studios Monday night.

Locavore Challenge urges New Yorkers to eat local

New Yorkers are being urged to think globally and eat locally by the Northeast Organic Farming Association, which launched its Locavore Challenge Monday.

Wounded warrior Todd Reed a real trooper at U.S. Open

Todd Reed spent Labor Day laboring in the sauna that was Arthur Ashe Stadium, chasing tennis balls struck by Serena Williams for $8 an hour, the oldest ballperson at the U.S.

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