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Michael Sam clears waivers, likely headed to Rams practice squad

Michael Sam's impressive preseason wasn't impressive enough to get any team to claim him off waivers after the Rams released him Saturday. He is likely headed to the Rams practice squad.

Even Leader In Christian Home-schooling Movement Thinks The Duggars Are Wrong

It is no secret that the Duggars are not popular with a lot of mainstream society. Many bristle at their ideas on everything from procreation to courting and lots of the little things in between. However, it is truly interesting to see...Show More Summary

Ignoring Your Kids For Your Smartphone Does Not Make You A Disengaged Parent

Society is quick to blame Smartphones for a parent being distracted or disengaged. However, parental distractions are nothing new. More » Ignoring Your Kids For Your Smartphone Does Not Make You A Disengaged Parent is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

49ers’ defensive end Ray MacDonald arrested for domestic violence against pregnant fiancée

Just days after the NFL announced harsher penalties for players accused of domestic violence, the league has its first case on its hands with 49ers defensive end Ray MacDonald.

Judge blocks Los Angeles marijuana farmers market

A judge has blocked a marijuana farmers market in Los Angeles and ordered organizers to shut down their business.

Woman turns 127, believed to be oldest person who ever lived

A Mexican woman has reached a milestone by turning 127 years old today — the oldest human documented to have ever lived. Leandra Becerra Lumbreras was born on Aug. 31, 1887, just a little more than 20 years after the end of the Civil War.

Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade marry in Miami

Their union is complete! Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade were married Saturday in Miami at the Chateau Artisan castle in a black-and-white themed event, Us Weekly reports.

Firefighters rescue mountain lion cubs from Montana blaze

Firefighters in western Montana rescued two mountain lion cubs hiding under a burning log. MISSOULA, Mont. — Firefighters in western Montana rescued two mountain lion cubs hiding under a burning log.

Mario Balotelli shoots blanks in Liverpool debut

Liverpool’s speedy attacking unit produced a 3-0 victory at Tottenham on Sunday though Mario Balotelli failed to make a goal-scoring return to the Premier League.

Paul McCartney to the Scottish: Don't vote for independence

Sir Paul McCartney has pleaded with Scotland not to vote for independence. The former Beatle has called on the Scottish — who vote next month — to "stay together" with the rest of the United Kingdom.

Defibrillator not used on dying Southwest passenger because his chest was 'too hairy': widow

A Southwest Airlines flight attendant allegedly held off using a defibrillator on a dying New Mexico man because of his hairy chest, his widow claims.

Massive blaze breaks out at popular Midtown pub

A blistering blaze ripped through a popular pub in Midtown’s Theater District Saturday, authorities said.

Hitler's childhood home to become Holocaust museum

The home where monster Adolf Hitler grew up is to be turned into a Holocaust museum. Authorities in Austria have decided that the house where the Nazi leader spent his childhood in Branau will become a museum called the House of Responsibility.

Why I Suck Up To My Babysitter

I try to have a good mix of salty and sweet snacks in the house for her to munch on. Just in case this isn't enough to keep her coming back, we pay her an hourly rate that is at the high end of what is common for babysitters in our area of the country. Show More Summary

At least two dead following Paris building explosion

At least two people have been killed, including an eight-year-old, following an explosion at a Paris apartment block.

When 9/11 arrives, remember the living

Alles and Slevin: In a little more than a week, we will mark the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Here in New York, the names of those killed in the attacks will be read aloud by their family members, friends and coworkers. Across the country, Americans will gather at memorials to honor the memories of those who died.

The punditry vs. the presidency

Cohen: There is a fun foreign policy game making all the rounds in Washington D.C. this summer: Pin the tail on Barack Obama. Its appeal is not hard to understand; it's so easy to play.

Mets Insider: Bobbleheads and boos for Curtis Granderson

Before Saturday night’s game, Terry Collins said he was hoping Curtis Granderson would start a hot streak like the one the outfielder enjoyed earlier this season.

Lupica: Roger Goodell's mea culpa

Roger Goodell suspended Ray Rice, seen dragging the unconscious woman who is now his wife out of an elevator in Atlantic City last February, for two games.

Bronx trio attack NYPD cop, grab officer's weapon

A goon snatched an off-duty cop’s service weapon at a Bronx bodega and fled Saturday, but he couldn’t outrun the law, authorities said.

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