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DeMarcus Ware returns to practice

DeMarcus Ware got a double dose of good news on Wednesday. First, they caught the Wet Bandits. Second, he returned to practice after suffering a Week Two forearm fracture. Ware practiced on a limited basis in advance of Sunday’s game against the Chargers. Also limited were receiver Demaryius Thomas (hip) and fullback Andy Janovich (hand).…

Controversial Gospel Tract Cartoonist Jack Chick Dies; Claimed Catholics Going to Hell

Controversial evangelical cartoonist Jack Chick died in his sleep at the age of 92 on Sunday, with secular news sources highlighting his legacy of offending Catholics, Jews, Muslims and others, though supporters remembered his "soul-winning" mission.

Sunday Show Ratings: October 23

Fresh off of a critically acclaimed performance moderating the final debate, Fox News Sunday anchored by Chris Wallace delivered double digit percentage gains in the news demo.

Frank Luntz: 'There's Going To Be A Lot Of Recrimination After Election Day'

On Sunday's Face the Nation, pollster Frank Luntz had some really bad news for down-ticket Republicans. The party is badly split between "never Trump" and "Trump or die": I think it’s going to be very challenging for the GOP, because...Show More Summary

Off the Menu: White Gold Butchers, From April Bloomfield, Opens Uptown

Sunday in Brooklyn and Samesa open in Williamsburg, the Wild Son opens beneath the High Line, and more restaurant news.

Eric Bailly Injury Update: Manchester United Defender Ruled Out for 2 Months

Manchester United fans received some bad news on Tuesday, as star defender Eric Bailly announced he'll be out for two months with a knee injury he suffered in the 4-0 Premier League loss against Chelsea on Sunday. The Ivory Coast international...Show More Summary

Scoreboard: Sunday, October 23

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown was the No. 1 cable news program of the night in the demo. Pirro finished No. 1 in total viewers.

Pete Burns Dies; Dead or Alive Singer Was 57

Pete Burns, the frontman for Dead or Alive, passed away on Sunday of what has been described as a "massive heart attack." He was 57 years old. “It is with the greatest sadness that we have to break the tragic news that [our] belovedShow More Summary

Marqise Lee admits he was flagged for using the N-word

Among the Jaguars who lost their cool (in addition to a game, but that’s no longer news) Sunday was Marqise Lee. And the wide receiver said his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty came from directing the N-word at the Raiders, saying he was responding to their use of it as well. “It was back and forth,” Lee…

Dead Or Alive Singer Pete Burns Dead At 57 Of Cardiac Arrest

Dead or Alive frontman Pete Burns died Sunday of “a massive cardiac arrest,” according to a statement posted to his Twitter account on Monday. He was 57. “It is with the greatest sadness that we have to break the tragic news that [our]...Show More Summary

Justin Bieber Storms Off the Stage in Latest Concert Meltdown

Pop superstar Justin Bieber had another bad moment on stage Sunday, storming off the stage in the midst of a concert because his fans were screaming too much, E! News reports. The incident took place during a stop in Manchester,...

'60 Minutes' Airs Extremely Overdue Explainer on the 'Influencer' Phenomenon

On Sunday evening, "60 Minutes," the CBS news program that caters mainly to a demographic of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers, aired a segment reporting on a phenomenon that millennials (and readers of this website) are already extremely knowledgable about: social-media influencers. The fashion... Continue reading

Ukraine Claims Rebels Boast More Artillery and Tanks Than Germany

Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko has warned that Russian-backed rebels in his country’s east boast more artillery, tanks and armored vehicles than Germany’s armed forces, Ukrainian state news agency Ukrinform reported Sunday. Although...Show More Summary

How bad could it get for the GOP? Here are two depressing scenarios.

Sunday was, for any reasonably objective Republican, a scary polling day. A new ABC News tracking poll had Donald Trump down by 12 points. CBS/YouGov’s poll had Trump up by only 3 points in Texas. (No public poll in October has shown him up by more than 4 points in a state that Mitt Romney […]

MSNBC Panel: Some on Right Find FNC 'Too Lazy to Join' KKK, 'Trump' Like 'Swastika'

On Sunday's AM Joy on MSNBC, during a discussion of the possibility that, if he loses the presidential election, Donald Trump might start a right-wing news network, host Joy Reid suggested that such a network could exist for some onShow More Summary

Major Tennison to Alabama: Crimson Tide Land 4-Star TE Prospect

The rich got richer in the college football world Sunday, when the Alabama Crimson Tide landed a commitment from 4-star tight end prospect Major Tennison. Ryan Bartow of 247Sports reported the news and shared Tennison’s evaluation of the Alabama program: "They are the champs. Show More Summary

Joe Thomas Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Browns OT

Following an 0-7 start to the year, the Cleveland Browns may be willing to move offensive tackle Joe Thomas before this year's trade deadline. Continue for updates. Latest on Potential Thomas Trade Sunday, Oct. 23 Pro Football Talk's...Show More Summary

Improving Defense Makes Raiders AFC West's Most Dangerous Team

On Sunday, the Oakland Raiders hung 33 points on the Jacksonville Jaguars in a resounding victory. This isn't news—the Raiders have fielded the AFC West's best offense for most of the 2016 NFL season. What is news, however, is a defensive...Show More Summary

Aaron Williams rejoins Bills for flight back to Buffalo

A scary situation regarding Bills defensive back Aaron Williams has ended with good news. After being taken to a Miami-area hospital by ambulance after Sunday’s loss to the Dolphins, Williams has been released and will return to Buffalo with his teammates. According to the Bills, Williams had a precautionary MRI. Dubbed as dealing with a…

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