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Schefter denies carrying water when reporting on players like Deshaun Watson, Dalvin Cook

Sometimes, too fast. There’s no denying Adam Schefter’s success, primarily when it comes to reporting on trades, signings, and other moves five minutes before those moves are announced to the

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How gut microbes can evolve and become dangerous

Gut microbes have been linked to both good health and the promotion of diseases such as autoimmune disorders, inflammatory bowel diseases, metabolic syndrome, and even neuropsychiatric disorders. One popular explanation

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Israel to boost Asia flights when Saudi Arabia opens airspace

Israeli airlines plan to expand and open new routes to India and other Asian destinations after Saudi Arabia announced it would allow unfettered access to its airspace, a move that

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Twitter Hits Back at Musk, Suing to Force $44 Billion Buyout

Twitter Inc. sued Elon Musk over his abandoned $44 billion takeover bid, accusing the billionaire of having buyer’s remorse after his fortune declined. Lawyers for Twitter told a Delaware judge

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McDonald’s Owner Closes for Renovations – But Keeps Paying All Employees For 3 Months

A 90-year-old owner of multiple McDonald’s franchises has done an extraordinary good deed for his employees, who were at risk of losing their livelihoods. When news broke that Tony Philiou

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Baker Mayfield meets the media in Carolina Tuesday

Baker Mayfield was traded from the Browns to the Panthers last week and Tuesday will bring an opportunity for the quarterback to speak to reporters for the first time since

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How hearing affects your brain health

People who are having difficulty following conversations or are developing issues with memory and thinking skills may want to get their hearing checked. Age-related hearing loss may be linked to

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SAS and pilots to resume negotiations on Monday after 14 days of strike

Ailing Scandinavian airline SAS (SAS.ST) and striking pilot unions will resume negotiations on Monday, public broadcaster NRK said, after failing to reach new collective agreements over the weekend. Most SAS

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Amazon Shoppers Ignore Meager Discounts to Swarm Prime Day Sale

Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime Day sale is luring bargain hunters looking to stock up on pantry items and cheap electronics despite a dearth of deals. Typical household spending was $88.28 as

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Astronomers Detect Radio Pattern ‘Like a Heartbeat’ From a Galaxy Far Away

Astronomers at MIT—and universities in Canada and the US—have detected a strange and persistent radio signal from a far-off galaxy that appears to be flashing with surprising regularity. The signal

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