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15 hours ago
The veteran safety says Philadelphia must demand 'every drop' of effort from here on out
2 days ago
The veteran safety, who played for Payton while on the Saints, said he had "a lot of respect" for New Orleans but was "upset" that he was targeted in coverage on a fourth-down play that gave the Saints their final touchdown in a 48-7 rout.
2 days ago
The veteran safety, who played for Payton while on the Saints, said he had "a lot of respect" for New Orleans but was "upset" that he was targeted in coverage on a fourth-down play that gave the Saints their final touchdown in a 48-7 rout.
2 days ago
Malcolm Cook of the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute explains how smaller countries could gain "some benefits" as a result of the rivalry between the U.S. and China.
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2 days ago
With the Saints leading the Eagles by 31 early in the fourth quarter, cameras caught a frustrated Malcolm Jenkins giving his former coach Sean Payton the finger after New Orleans went for it on fourth-and-6.
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6 days ago
Dalen Morris is the early front-runner to become Navy's starting quarterback in 2019, but he could be challenged by a player currently playing defense. Morris has been the team's third string quarterback for this entire season, initially backing up Malcolm Perry and Garret Lewis and now working
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6 days ago
Dalen Morris is the early front-runner to become Navy's starting quarterback in 2019, but he could be challenged by a player currently playing defense. Morris has been the team's third string quarterback for this entire season, initially backing up Malcolm Perry and Garret Lewis and now working
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6 days ago
Dalen Morris is the early front-runner to become Navy's starting quarterback in 2019, but he could be challenged by a player currently playing defense. Morris has been the team's third string quarterback for this entire season, initially backing up Malcolm Perry and Garret Lewis and now working
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What is a refugee? The term gets thrown around a lot and, if you get your information from the mainstream media in Canada, you could be forgiven for believing a refugee is any migrant who arrives in a Western country hoping to stay. The media in Canada, following cues from the Trudeau Liberals, erroneously conflate […]
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1 week ago
Energy giant Woodside has joined the world's largest miners in calling for Australia to re-introduce a tax on carbon emissions as pressure mounts on the conservative government to act on climate change by curbing pollution. Australia is considered one of the world's worst per capita greenhouse gas polluters, and is a heavy user of coal-fired power. Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull was ousted in a party coup in August, in part triggered by his effects to embed in law carbon emission targets agreed at the 2015 UN climate conference in Paris.
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1 week ago
One of the most curious subtexts of last year’s Super Bowl, and one never adequately explained, was Bill Belichick’s sudden, strange benching of cornerback Malcolm Butler. The Patriots lost that Super Bowl to the Eagles, and the fact that a playmaker like Butler spent most of the game on the sideline raised a few eyebrows.
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1 week ago
A project to plant trees in memory of footballers who fought in World War One has raised just £2,100 of its £139,000 target in two years. The Woodland Trust launched For Club and Country on 1 July 2016. Cardiff City is one of dozens of clubs to have few or no donations and the Woodland Trust admitted raising awareness had been an issue. Chairman of the Footballer Supporters' Federation Malcolm Clarke said he hoped fans would now get behind the cause. Nottingham Forest fans have raised the most - £275 - with many clubs not getting a single donation and Cardiff City managing to raise £20. For every £20 raised by fans of 62 clubs, one tree will be planted at a national memorial in Epsom, Surrey,
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1 week ago
A project to plant trees in memory of footballers who fought in World War One has raised just £2,100 of its £139,000 target in two years. The Woodland Trust launched For Club and Country on 1 July 2016. Cardiff City is one of dozens of clubs to have few or no donations and the Woodland Trust admitted raising awareness had been an issue. Chairman of the Footballer Supporters' Federation Malcolm Clarke said he hoped fans would now get behind the cause. Nottingham Forest fans have raised the most - £275 - with many clubs not getting a single donation and Cardiff City managing to raise £20. For every £20 raised by fans of 62 clubs, one tree will be planted at a national memorial in Epsom, Surrey,
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1 week ago
Sunday marks the 100 year anniversary of the Armistice that ended the First World War. The ceasefire was signed in November 1918 and news of the war’s end was quickly and widely celebrated throughout the British Empire. World War One was known at the time as “the war to end all wars” and when the […]
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1 week ago
Eric Bledsoe scored six of his game-high 26 points during a second-quarter flurry that allowed the Milwaukee Bucks to build a double-digit lead en route to a shockingly easy 134-111 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday in Oakland, Calif. Giannis Antetokounmpo had 24 points and Malcolm
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1 week ago
Malcolm Perry, Navy's do-it-all offensive weapon, didn't think he'd ever be at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, let alone making an impact for the Midshipmen. You see, Perry, of all people, was an Army brat growing up in Fort Campbell on the border of Kentucky and Tennessee. Yet,
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1 week ago
Malcolm Butler has taken the high road ahead of Sunday's matchup vs his former team. Now with the Titans, Butler has every reason to enter Sunday's game with extra motivation. "I just have to get back to doing what I do, and that's playing football," Butler said.
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1 week ago
This past spring, Toronto Sun columnist Candice Malcolm published a series of opinion articles in which she made multiple claims about the Anatolia Islamic Centre, the stance of our organization on LGBTQ rights, and our access to government funding for programming. Not only were these claims categorically false, but they are also part of a […]
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1 week ago
Despite what the TV pundits and cheerleaders in the media predicted, there was no ‘Blue Wave’ this November. Tuesday’s midterm elections in the U.S. saw a modest showing for the Democrats, who were able to pick up enough seats to gain control of the House of Representatives. It’s a minor shift in the balance of […]
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1 week ago
Mike Vrabel said that on Tuesday. Butler signed a five-year, $61 million free agent contract with Vrabel's Titans in the offseason. It's fair to say neither Vrabel  nor Titans GM Jon Robinson – a former Patriots executive – envisioned an explanation of baseline principals of man-to-man coverage being necessary to help people understand why their $61M corner was giving up touchdowns at an alarming rate.
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2 weeks ago
Maybe Bill Belichick was on to something with Malcolm Butler. Butler, the cornerback famously benched by Belichick in the Patriots' Super Bowl 52 loss to the Eagles, has had his problems after signing a five-year, $61 million contract with the Tennessee Titans, who get a visit from the Pats on Sunday. According to Pro Football Focus, Butler has allowed 39 catches for 618 yards and seven touchdowns this season.
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2 weeks ago
Butler is responsible for half of Tennessee's allowed TDs, but the Titans won't demote him quite yet
2 weeks ago
Exactly how music producer and rapper Mac Miller overdosed on a lethal combination of alcohol and drugs in his Studio City home in September may forever remain a mystery, but his death underscores the dangers of a deadly opioid that’s rising in popularity. Miller, 26, whose real name was Malcolm...
2 weeks ago
Exactly how music producer and rapper Mac Miller overdosed on a lethal combination of alcohol and drugs in his Studio City home in September may forever remain a mystery, but his death underscores the dangers of a deadly opioid that’s rising in popularity. Miller, 26, whose real name was Malcolm...
2 weeks ago
Mac Miller, a well-known producer and rapper, died from accidentally overdosing on a mixture of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol in September, the Los Angeles County coroner said Monday. Miller, 26, whose real name was Malcolm James McCormick, was found Sept. 7 in the bedroom of his Studio City home...
2 weeks ago
One D.C. residents switches the name “depending on who I’m talking to or what I’m talking about.”
2 weeks ago
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A newly elected independent lawmaker says a tough policy toward asylum seekers is a major reason Australia’s conservative government lost its parliamentary majority. Kerryn Phelps on Monday was declared the winner of a by-election forced when former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull quit parliament after his conservative coalition turned against him. Phelps […]
2 weeks ago
PSA: Ariana Grande is not feeling salty about her breakup with Pete Davidson. In fact, she's feeling grateful. Ariana released a new song, "thank u, next," on Saturday night, 35 minutes before Saturday Night Live aired. Despite this seemingly shady timing (Davidson is on the show), the track — which mentions her exes Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, the late Mac Miller, and Davidson by name — is generous and kind. SEE ALSO: Ariana Grande's new video is three glorious minutes of her tiny pet pig "Even almost got married / And for Pete I'm so thankful," she sings. "Wish I could say thank you to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel." (Malcolm is Mac Miller's legal first name.) Read more...More about Ariana Grande, Mac Miller, Pete Davidson, Culture, and Celebrities
2 weeks ago
PSA: Ariana Grande is not feeling salty about her breakup with Pete Davidson. In fact, she's feeling grateful. Ariana released a new song, "thank u, next," on Saturday night, 35 minutes before Saturday Night Live aired. Despite this seemingly shady timing (Davidson is on the show), the track — which mentions her exes Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, the late Mac Miller, and Davidson by name — is generous and kind. SEE ALSO: Ariana Grande's new video is three glorious minutes of her tiny pet pig "Even almost got married / And for Pete I'm so thankful," she sings. "Wish I could say thank you to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel." (Malcolm is Mac Miller's legal first name.) Earlier this week, Ariana tweeted and deleted some more pointed thoughts on Davidson after he joked about their relationship during an SNL promo clip with Maggie Rogers. "for someone who claims to hate relevancy you sure love clinging to it huh," she wrote...
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2 weeks ago
Current tariff war aside, the relationship between the U.S. and China has always been turbulent at best, but a mutually beneficial way forward is proposed by “Better Angels,” a timely if frustratingly scattershot documentary by Oscar-winning filmmaker Malcolm Clarke. Kicking off with a warning...
2 weeks ago
There was a rare consensus in the House of Commons last week. All parties voted in favour of a Conservative motion that called on the Trudeau government to bring criminal charges against Canadian citizens who travelled abroad to fight alongside the Islamic State. “Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives are calling on the Prime Minister to immediately table […]
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2 weeks ago
We're all waiting for the next bombshell to drop. In the high-anxiety Donald Trump era, the focus of one’s attention can change very quickly. A crisis or controversy that dominates the 24-hour news cycle one day can easily disappear the next day—or at least be sidelined—when another crisis or controversy comes along or there is a shocking new development. And the events of the past week have been a perfect example, with one act of domestic terrorism after another vying for the public’s attention.Last week on October 25, residents of Lexington, Kentucky were horrified by the random killings of two older African-Americans (67-year-old Vickie Lee Jones and 69-year-old Maurice Stallard) in what appeared to be a racially motivated hate crime at a Kroger supermarket. Surveillance footage showed that only a few minutes before the shootings, the suspect (a white man with a long history of racism) tried to forcibly enter an African-American church. But as horrific as that inc...
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3 weeks ago
A week after Eric Reid said that Malcolm Jenkins "sold out" NFL players protesting racial injustice in order to fund his coalition, Reid found himself answering more questions about his beef with Jenkins after the Panthers' win Sunday over the Ravens. Reid, who said that Jenkins "capitalized
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3 weeks ago
A week after Eric Reid said that Malcolm Jenkins "sold out" NFL players protesting racial injustice in order to fund his coalition, Reid found himself answering more questions about his beef with Jenkins after the Panthers' win Sunday over the Ravens. Reid, who said that Jenkins "capitalized
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3 weeks ago
A week after Eric Reid said that Malcolm Jenkins "sold out" NFL players protesting racial injustice in order to fund his coalition, Reid found himself answering more questions about his beef with Jenkins after the Panthers' win Sunday over the Ravens. Reid, who said that Jenkins "capitalized
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3 weeks ago
Today, alcohol is as important as candy to the Halloween economy. Linus Owens, Middlebury CollegeHalloween used to be kid stuff. To quit dressing up was an important rite of passage. It meant you were one step closer to becoming an adult.Not anymore. Today adults have become avid Halloween revelers, especially young adults.By 2005, just over half of adults celebrated Halloween. Today, that number has grown to over 70 percent. Those between 18 and 34 years old participate at the highest rate, and they’re also the holiday’s biggest spenders, shelling out over twice as much on their costumes as older adults and children.Halloween celebrations have changed, too: less trick-or-treating and more parties and bar hopping. Today, alcohol is as important as candy to the Halloween economy.Why has this been happening?Some blame it on millennials’ refusal to grow up and enter the “real world.”But that’s too simplistic of an explanation. I’ve been studying how young adults are ce...
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3 weeks ago
Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers Texas A&M and the SEC. Joined ESPN in 2012. Graduate of the University of Houston. Follow on Twitter Texas could soon be regaining the services of a defensive starter. Longhorns junior linebacker Malcolm Roach, who suffered a fracture in his foot in a Sept.
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3 weeks ago
Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers Texas A&M and the SEC. Joined ESPN in 2012. Graduate of the University of Houston. Follow on Twitter Texas could soon be regaining the services of a defensive starter. Longhorns junior linebacker Malcolm Roach, who suffered a fracture in his foot in a Sept.
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3 weeks ago
Minutes after an uplifting, statement victory over one of the better teams in football, Eric Reid still was settling a year-old score that has little to do with the game of football. Last week, the Panthers safety and original Colin Kaepernick disciple called Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins a “sellout” for his leadership of the NFL...
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3 weeks ago
The Patriots were in action against the Bears last week at the same time the Eagles and Panthers squared off. Which meant that Devin McCourty didn't see the pregame confrontation between Carolina's Eric Reid and Philadelphia's Malcolm Jenkins. But McCourty saw it later and also read the things
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3 weeks ago
The Patriots were in action against the Bears last week at the same time the Eagles and Panthers squared off. Which meant that Devin McCourty didn't see the pregame confrontation between Carolina's Eric Reid and Philadelphia's Malcolm Jenkins. But McCourty saw it later and also read the things
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3 weeks ago
The Patriots were in action against the Bears last week at the same time the Eagles and Panthers squared off. Which meant that Devin McCourty didn't see the pregame confrontation between Carolina's Eric Reid and Philadelphia's Malcolm Jenkins. But McCourty saw it later and also read the things
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3 weeks ago
In a series of columns published by the SUN this past spring, Candice Malcolm not only made several erroneous claims about Muslim organizations receiving funding from the federal government for Canada’s Summer Jobs grant, but she also did something more deplorable that I feel needs to be talked about. Like many individuals in these divisive […]
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