Broncos shut down Zeke, Cowboys in lopsided win

The Dallas Cowboys walked into a buzz saw Sunday afternoon in a lightning-delayed, 42-17 loss to the Denver Broncos in Colorado. Here’s what we learned … 1. It’s strange how Cowboys-esque of a win this was for Denver. With six minutes to go in the third quarter, right after Dallas went down 35-10, a quick check of the Time Of Possession meter showed the Broncos holding a 25:54 to 12:52 advantage (Denver ended up holding the ball for a total of 33:50). Even if the Cowboys took control of the fourth quarter (they didn’t), it would have been entirely lopsided.
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Andy Reid, Chiefs hold off pupil Doug Pedersen, Eagles

A plucky Eagles team led by Andy Reid disciple Doug Pederson couldn’t topple the mentor himself in Kansas City on Sunday. Here’s what we learned from Sunday’s 27-20 Chiefs win… 1. Doug Pederson was visiting former sensei Andy Reid but seemed far more deferential to Reid’s defensive coordinator, Bob Sutton. The Eagles tried to develop their running game by force feeding the veteran Darren Sproles, who led the team with 10 carries. Philly also tried to use the screen game to negate what was a brilliant job by Sutton to match up some of his best pass rushers against Philadelphia’s
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National Security Adviser McMaster says White House ‘looking at’ new travel ban Video

Transcript for National Security Adviser McMaster says White House ‘looking at’ new travel ban all the this now with the president’s national security adviser, general H.R. Mcmaster. Thank you for joining us. You heard the prime minister there. She was surprised at the president saying Scotland yard hat the perpetrators in their sights. Where did the president get that information? The president was communicating something not sur rising at all. Law enforcement professionals have these organizations under scrutiny. Not these individuals. What’s great about the relationship with the united Kingdom is how closely we work together to gain visibility of
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Baby boy found abandoned in Plaistow park

Image copyright Google Image caption The baby was found in park area near Balaam Street in Plaistow A baby boy has been found abandoned in an east London park. The newborn was found wrapped in a white blanket near to Balaam Street, Plaistow, at about 08:20 BST. Police said they were “growing increasingly concerned” about the child’s mother and urged the woman to contact authorities to receive medical care and support. The baby has been taken to an east London hospital where he has been named Harry by medical staff. Appealing to the baby’s mother, Det Ch Insp Jim Foley
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Hamas dissolves Gaza administration in Palestinian unity bid

CAIRO (Reuters) – Palestinian Islamist Hamas group said on Sunday it has dissolved its administration that runs Gaza and agrees to hold general elections in order to end a long-running feud with President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah movement. The last Palestinian legislative election was held in 2006 when Hamas scored a surprise victory, which laid the ground for a political rupture. Hamas and Fatah fought a short civil war in Gaza in 2007 and since then Hamas has governed the small coastal enclave. Numerous attempts since 2011 to reconcile the two movements and form a power-sharing unity government in Gaza and
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Hamas Says It Accepts Reconciliation Conditions, Including Elections

RAMALLAH, West Bank — The Hamas militant group on Sunday said it has accepted key conditions demanded by its rival, President Mahmoud Abbas, including nationwide elections in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, to clear the way for a reconciliation deal after a 10-year rift that has left the Palestinians divided between two governments. In a statement issued overnight, Hamas said it was “responding to the generous Egyptian efforts, which reflect the Egyptian desire to end the split and achieve reconciliation, and based on our desire to achieve national unity.” Masked youth cadets of the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the armed
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Richard Shelby: Luther Strange ‘right person’ to be senator

U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby endorsed fellow Senator Luther Strange in the upcoming Sept. 26 runoff election against former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore. In a statement sent to AL.com Saturday, Shelby said that Strange has done an “outstanding job representing Alabama” in the U.S. Senate and is the “right person to continue working on behalf of our great state. “He has consistently stood up for Alabama’s values,” Shelby, R-Tuscaloosa, said in the statement. “He not only understands the complex issues facing our nation, but he is also poised to help continue Alabama’s growth and economic development. I need a
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U.S.-backed forces in Syria accuse Russia of airstrike

A fighter from Deir al-Zor military council, which fights under the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in the village of Abu Fas, in the Hasaka province. (Rodi Said/Reuters) BEIRUT — The U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State in Syria said Saturday that its partner forces have been attacked by Russian warplanes, escalating tensions on one of the country’s most complex and contested battlefields.  The coalition said in a statement that an early morning airstrike targeted positions used by the Syrian Democratic Forces, or SDF, a Kurdish-dominated militia backed by Washington, as well as the international advisers supporting them in a weeks-old offensive
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Boris Johnson insists he is ‘all behind’ May over Brexit

Image copyright PA Boris Johnson has insisted he is “all behind” Theresa May after setting out his own vision of Britain after Brexit. Writing in the Daily Telegraph, the foreign secretary revived the contested claim Brexit could free up £350m a week for the NHS and also said the UK should not pay for EU single market access. He later tweeted he backed the PM, who is making a major EU speech next week. But Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable said he was “on manoeuvres” while Jeremy Corbyn said his words were “fantasy”. In a 4,000 word piece for
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British police arrest 18-year-old man in connection with London subway attack

LONDON — Following a fast-moving investigation and manhunt, British police on Saturday morning arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with the attack on the London subway that injured at least 29 people in what police called a terrorist incident. Authorities said the man has been arrested by Kent police in the port area of Dover on the English Channel. Deputy Assistant Police Commissioner Neil Basu called the operation a “significant arrest.” He said the investigation is ongoing. The man is being held for questioning under the Terrorism Act. “For strong investigative reasons we will not give any more details on the man
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