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The Blues drew a blank in front of their own fans for the first time in 27 outings while Arsene Wenger's men were able to celebrate a rare clean sheet (read more)


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In an online age, when young people can Google electronic proof of everything, how do nuns attract young women to a life of uncertainty and spirituality? Why, the Internet, of course. Sacred Heart Home's sisters aim for new recruits while treating those with incurable cancer. (read more)

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These multimillion-dollar properties in the Philadelphia suburbs boast libraries a little more sophisticated than your standard Billy bookcase a bedroom corner, and they feature price tags to match (read more)

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Both the Rams and Chargers had home games Sunday and the attendance was underwhelming (read more)

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Giants rookie Evan Engram channeled his inner Michael Jackson on Monday night after scoring his first NFL touchdown (read more)

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In his final international game, Dragic, 31, scored 35 points in the first three quarters but was forced from the game with leg cramps (read more)

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The Florida Gators suspended seven players, including Antonio Callaway and Jordan Smith, indefinitely before the season ever began for allegedly misusing school credit cards. At this point nine football players are facing allegations of having done so, and three are reportedly facing felony grand theft charges as the investigation wraps up, per Trey Wallace and Oliver Connolly of The Read Optional (read more)

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