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Tom Izzo took some time out of his postgame press conference on Tuesday night to blast Dan Dakich for some negative comments the ESPN analyst made on Twitter about Michigan State’s academics and students.Dakich was broadcasting the Michigan State-Ohio State game televised by ESPN on Tuesday and tweeted that Michigan State students only went there because they couldn’t get into Michigan. (read more)


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The NFL commissioner said Tuesday there is no indication the Patriots quarterback had a concussion last season (read more)

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The suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England has shaken the music world (read more)

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Separate but equally moving ceremonies took place Tuesday to honor fallen Long Island police officers -- among them two Nassau cops who died of illnesses related to their work at Ground Zero after the terror attacks of 2001 (read more)

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Central Coast boss Paul Okon believes he has identified the player to cover the departure of ex-skipper Nick Montgomery (read more)

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Golden State has swept its third team of the playoffs. See how they did it. (read more)

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Target Corp. has agreed to pay Florida $928,963 out of a newly-announced $18. (read more)

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Anti-government protesters in Venezuela have settled on a new target for their frustration: Hugo Chavez (read more)

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It's official: Jerry Jones is unethical

23-5-2017 3:35 PM | sportingnews | similar news

The Cowboys owner's gifts of tickets, airfare and hotel rooms to Arkansas police, valued at $300K, broke ethics laws in his home state (read more)

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John Morgan spent nearly $7 million pushing two statewide ballot initiatives to expand medical marijuana throughout the state of Florida. . (read more)

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Outside of the Golden State Warriors, the Western Conference will be a hotbed of team building this summer. With, or without Gordon Hayward, the Jazz will find themselves at the center. (read more)

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As officials hunted for accomplices of a suicide bomber and Britain's prime minister warned another attack could be "imminent," thousands of people poured into the streets of Manchester in a defiant vigil for victims of a blast at a pop concert -- the latest apparent target of Islamic extremists seeking to rattle life in the West (read more)

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Uninspiring Terrorism

23-5-2017 7:32 PM | slate | similar news

The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the horrific bombing of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, on Monday night that has killed at least 22 people. Although we don’t yet know much about the perpetrator, the bombing fits the tactics recommended in ISIS’s propaganda campaign to encourage Muslims in the West to attack their home countries. (read more)

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