Navy torpedoes Lane Kiffin’s Florida Atlantic coaching debut – CollegeFootballTalk

I can type the following with utter and completely certainty: if Lane Kiffin was still the offensive coordinator at Alabama, he would not have lost this game. Be that as it may, the Kiffin Era at Florida Atlantic kicked off Friday night, with FAU squaring off against 2016 AAC runner-up Navy.  With the Owls coming off a three-win season and the Midshipmen nine victories, the outcome was decidedly predictable as the service academy, outside of myriad weather delays that totaled nearly three hours, had little problem dispatching their hosts in a 42-19 road win. The Midshipmen ran for 416 yards
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Harvey Live Updates: Fire and Smoke Again Engulf Chemical Plant Near Houston

“This is something that needed to happen. We need to get through this,” she said. “I wouldn’t describe this as a positive development, but it’s at least progress towards a resolution of the situation.” Richard Rowe, the chief executive of Arkema’s American unit, said at a news conference Friday morning, “We continue to advise everyone to avoid the smoke and seek medical attention if they are exposed.” Mr. Rowe has said that it was only a matter of time before more of the nine trailers holding the chemicals exploded. At the Friday news conference, Daryl Roberts, vice president of manufacturing
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Brock Osweiler released by Cleveland Browns despite $16M guarantee

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Browns cut their $16 million quarterback in Brock Osweiler on Friday, a source told cleveland.com. Now, they no longer have the highest-paid player on the team, but they still have his hefty guaranteed salary. The only break they’ll get on that is if someone picks him up and pays him the veteran minimum for a sixth-year player of $775,000. It also means the Browns will likely keep Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan behind DeShone Kizer, who will start the opener Sept. 10 against the Steelers. Hue Jackson said Friday he prefers to keep three quarterbacks on
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Florida Mom Allegedly Murders Teen Boy, 18, After Accusing Him of Raping Her Daughter, 6 – Hollywood Life

Florida Mom Allegedly Murders Teen Boy, 18, After Accusing Him of Raping Her Daughter, 6 – Hollywood Life New Pics Coco Austin Is Practically Naked In Racy Shoot For Sexy New Lingerie Line Look back at it! Coco Austin is baring it all in a new photo shoot for her ‘CocoLicious’ lingerie line! In new sexy snaps, the hot momma shows off her nude butt in a barely there pink bodysuit! 22 minutes ago Breaking News Serena Williams Reportedly In Labor As Floor Of Hospital Is Cleared: When Her Baby Will Arrive This is not a drill! Serena Williams is reportedly in
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Silicon Valley titans urge Trump to keep DACA

A woman holds up a signs in support of the Obama administration program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, during an August immigration reform rally at the White House in Washington. After months of delays, President Donald Trump is expected to decide soon on the fate of so called “dreamers” who were brought into the country illegally as children as he faces a looming court deadline and is digging in on appeals to his base. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File) Hundreds of business executives —  from Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon and other companies — are calling upon President
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Kenya Election Result Is Thrown Out

Many Kenyans and observers were anxious about how the country would react to the ruling. In addition to the violence last month, previous elections in 2007 and 2013, which the opposition also asserted were rigged, led to clashes that left hundreds dead. “My concern is that no matter what the court says, the losers will react violently,” John Campbell, a senior fellow for Africa policy at the Council on Foreign Relations and a former ambassador to Nigeria, said before the ruling. Mr. Campbell expressed concern that “neither Kenyatta nor Odinga prepared their followers for the possibility of losing.” Both sides
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Seahawks’ DeAndre Elliott leaves on cart after ankle injury – ProFootballTalk

Getty Images Seahawks cornerback DeAndre Elliott left Thursday night’s game against the Oakland Raiders on the back of a cart with an air cast on his right leg after sustaining an apparent ankle injury. Elliott seemed to have his right foot caught underneath teammate Otha Peters as they attempted to make a tackle of Raiders’ running back George Atkinson. Elliott was in obvious pain and was immediately tended to by trainers before leaving on the cart. The entire Seahawks bench emptied to surround the cart before Elliott left the field. Elliott was in competition for a roster spot with Seattle
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Zachary Kingsbury: North Carolina man jumps into sea to escape police then gets chased by

A DARING escape nearly turned into a bloody feast for one unlucky lad who came face-to-face with a shark as he evaded officers. “At that point it became a rescue operation” Surf City Police Unlucky Zachary Kingsbury bolted from his car and leapt into the ocean after cops reportedly found drugs in his abandoned vehicle. But the brazen escape landed him in deep trouble as a shark started to circle nearby. Unaware that the monster was only metres away, Kingsbury started to swim further out to sea. SURF CITY POLICE UNLUCKY: Zachary evaded cops
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Trump civil rights official listed Clinton attacks as qualification on resume: report

An official who now works for the Trump administration listed attacking former President Bill ClintonBill ClintonTrump defends pardoning former Sheriff Arpaio Michael Moore: Trump on track for reelection OPINION | Midterms may provide Dems control — and chance to impeach MORE and Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSpecial counsel probing if Trump tried to hide purpose of Russian meeting: report Ten notable departures from Team Trump Is Trump responsible for violent rallies? Law says probably not MORE as some of her “top five qualifications” to work in the Trump administration, according to a new review of her resume on Thursday. Candice Jackson, who is deputy assistant secretary
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Trump orders Russia to shutter San Francisco consulate, two annexes

The Trump administration is ordering Russia to shutter a consulate in San Francisco as well as annexes in Washington and New York, the State Department announced Thursday.  The move was positioned as a response “in the spirit of parity” to the Russian government’s order that the United States cut down the number of diplomatic personnel in Russia, which a State spokesman described as “unwarranted and detrimental.” Moscow is ordered to close the facilities by Saturday.  “The United States has fully implemented the decision by the Government of the Russian Federation to reduce the size of our mission in Russia,” spokeswoman Heather Nauert said.
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