News archive from 24 September 2016, page 17

Arizona Cardinals could use a faster start in Buffalo

Arizona Cardinals could use a faster start in Buffalo

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AZCentral, 15:43 in Sport
 

Tens of thousands march against same-sex marriage in Mexico

MEXICO CITY –  Tens of thousands of people are marching in Mexico City in opposition to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's push to legalize same-sex marriage. A much smaller demonstration by supporters of same-sex marriage also took place. The two...

 
Arizona Cardinals' David Johnson leads re-emergence of stiff-arm

Arizona Cardinals' David Johnson leads re-emergence of stiff-arm

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AZCentral, 15:54 in Sport
 
Elephant in the room, Edison becomes one of Ohio's statues on Capitol Hill

Elephant in the room, Edison becomes one of Ohio's statues on Capitol Hill

The elephant in the room, is, well, in this case, the elephant in the room. The room in question is National Statuary Hall, the old House chamber in the U.S. Capitol. The elephant is a dead circus pachyderm named Topsy. And the question centers on a...

Fox News, 15:58 in Politics
 

As first debate nears, Clinton taps former aide Reines to play Trump

Philippe Reines, a long-time Hillary Clinton aide, is playing the role of Donald Trump in preparation for Monday night’s first 2016 presidential debate, Fox News confirmed Saturday. Reines -- who worked for Clinton on her 2008 presidential campaign,...

Fox News, 15:58 in Politics
 
Gary Johnson predicts demise of GOP

Gary Johnson predicts demise of GOP

AUSTIN -- Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson on Saturday predicted the raucous campaign for the nation's highest office will end in the demise of the Republican Party, and maybe the two-party system. Speaking at the Texas Tribune...

Chron, 16:12 in Politics
 

Obama, first black US president, speaks at opening of new Smithsonian museum chronicling African American...

America's first national museum dedicated to African-American history and culture opened Saturday with emotional but joyful words from the country's first black president, Barack Obama, who said he hoped the stories contained inside will help everyone...

Fox News, 16:20 in Politics
 

Colombia rebel leaders travel to Cartagena for peace signing

YARI PLAINS, Colombia –  Top Colombian rebel leaders have begun leaving the country's remote plains for the Caribbean city of Cartagena, where they will sign a peace accord with the government next week. A helicopter operated by the International...

 
Bickley: Professional sports getting too real for many fans

Bickley: Professional sports getting too real for many fans

Sports are America’s great escape. They are our country’s greatest common denominator. They can lift a community, unite a diverse population, bridge racial and economic differences. But they do not mix well with politics. Or when they look and sound...

AZCentral, 16:45 in Sport
 
Tire tracks give away Texas woman accused of trying to run over her lover's ex-wife

Tire tracks give away Texas woman accused of trying to run over her lover's ex-wife

A woman nearly succeeded in running over her boyfriend's ex-wife in Wichita Falls this week. Monique Lashawn Craft, 37, was arrested Thursday on a charge of aggravated assault, the Times Record News reports. Craft was trying to drive away when police...

Dallas News, 17:10 in Crime
 
Cruz dodges question on whether Trump fit to serve

Cruz dodges question on whether Trump fit to serve

AUSTIN -- Less than a day after endorsing Republican Donald Trump for president, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz on Saturday repeatedly refused to say whether he thinks the flamboyant and controversial New York tycoon is fit to serve in the nation's highest...

Chron, 17:40 in Politics
 
Agencies hold fundraiser for family of fallen Navajo Nation officer

Agencies hold fundraiser for family of fallen Navajo Nation officer

State, federal and tribal agencies joined forces Saturday to hold a car wash fundraiser for the family of Navajo Nation Police Officer Leander Frank, who died in a collision Aug. 30. More than 50 volunteers from the Gila River police and fire...

 

Mexico says 7,800 Haitians crossed through country this year

MEXICO CITY –  Mexican immigration authorities say a total of 7,800 Haitian migrants have entered the country through Guatemala so far this year in a bid to reach the United States. The country's National Immigration Institute said 1,701 migrants from...

 
Boivin: Why no Cardinals among top-selling NFL jerseys?

Boivin: Why no Cardinals among top-selling NFL jerseys?

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AZCentral, 18:38 in Sport
 

Philippine FM says rights respected amid drug crackdown

UNITED NATIONS –  Despite growing international criticism of his government's bloody crackdown on illegal drugs, the Philippines top diplomat told world leaders Saturday that the rule of law governs the campaign to eradicate the illicit substances,...

 

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