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ECHL goalie gets knocked out after one punch during brawl

It’s not every day you get to see two goalies drop the glove and blocker and go head-to-head. A brawl broke out in an ECHL game between Cincinnati Cyclones and the Quad City Mallards Wednesday night after Mallards goalie Adam Vay jumped a Cyclone player after a big hit. Cyclones’ goaltender Michael Houser then got involved to back up his ...

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Soulja Boy's House Burglarized During War with Chris Brown (PHOTO)

EXCLUSIVE Soulja Boy‘s house was burglarized Tuesday … in the throes of his war with Chris Brown that now has tinges of a gang feud. Law enforcement sources tell us a man busted into Soulja’s Hollywood Hills home early Tuesday morning. After busting the front door down the crook nabbed $ 10k in cash and $ 12k in jewelry. We’re ...

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Tillerson refuses to call Putin a 'war criminal' during hearing

Secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson was put on the defensive over his views on Russia during his Wednesday confirmation hearings, with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and others pushing him hard on his past connections and current views of the country. Tillerson, who as Exxon-Mobil CEO oversaw a major partnership with the Russian government-owned oil company and was awarded Russia’s ...

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Trump mocks reporter's physical handicap during rally

Now, he’s even trumped himself. Donald Trump’s marathon of meanness reached a new low when the presidential candidate mocked a reporter’s physical handicap during a campaign rally. DONALD TRUMP SAYS HE’S THE LEAST RACIST PERSON ON EARTH CNN “Now the poor guy, you ought to see the guy,” Donald Trump said, mimicking reporter Serge Kovaleski. “‘Uhh, I don’t know what ...

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Republicans more optimistic during 2016 presidential race

Steve Helber/AP A group of supporters listen to a speech by Republican Donald Trump during a rally in Richmond, Virginia. Republicans are more optimistic than Democrats about their party’s ideas during the 2016 presidential race, a poll released Friday revealed. The Gallup survey found 60 percent of those who identify with the GOP said their party’s candidates came up with ...

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DEA agents awarded financial bonuses during sex party probe

AP Eight of the 14 Drug Enforcement Administration agents investigated for soliciting prostitutes and attending sex parties received financial rewards during the probe, a report found. Racking up infractions generally won’t elicit any rewards — except when working for the Drug Enforcement Administration. Several DEA agents who were investigated for allegedly partying with prostitutes in Colombia, received financial bonuses during ...

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Dan Patrick drops F-bomb during live look-in to NBCSN show

[embedded content] Marc Andrew Deley/Getty Images Dan Patrick casually drops a trash-talky F-bomb on live TV Wednesday. Dan Patrick’s golf simulator is so realistic that he began trash-talking like he was on the links, rather than at work. The radio host dropped an F-bomb while getting a few hacks in during a live look-in on his set during a commercial ...

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Jerusalem streets empty during Yom Kippur

Fred LambertJERUSALEM, Oct. 4 (UPI) — Jerusalem streets were barren Saturday as the city went into a 25-hour standstill in observation of Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year in the Jewish faith. Top News – UPI.com

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Rob Ford admits smoking crack cocaine during ‘drunken stupor’

Nathan Denette/AP Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted Tuesday he did smoke crack cocaine. Embattled Toronto mayor Rob Ford has admitted he did indeed smoke crack cocaine, telling reporters Tuesday he smoked the substance “probably a year ago” during a “drunken stupor.” “Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine,” Ford told reporters Tuesday outside his office in Toronto.  “There have been times when ...

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FAA OKs Air Passengers to Use Gadgets on Planes During Takeoffs, Landings

Filed under: Travel, U.S. Government, Internet, Travel Industry, Mobile Technology Getty Images By JOAN LOWY WASHINGTON — Airline passengers will be able to use their electronic devices gate-to-gate to read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music — but not talk on their cellphones — under much-anticipated guidelines issued Thursday by the Federal Aviation Administration. But passengers shouldn’t ...

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