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Diplomats Sound the Alarm as They Are Pushed Out in Droves

A State Department exodus marks a new stage in the broken and increasingly contentious relationship between Rex W. Tillerson and much of his work force.

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Dueling Appointments Lead to Clash at Consumer Protection Bureau

President Trump named his budget director as the agency’s acting leader, moving to take control just hours after its departing leader had taken steps to install his own choice for acting chief.

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235 people killed in mosque, Egypt hunts attackers

Egypt's air force launched airstrikes on "terrorist outposts" and vehicles after attackers massacred 235 people when they ambushed a mosque in northern Sinai, the military said.

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Senate repeals big bank arbitration clause

Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.

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Senate kills rule that made it easier to sue banks

Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.

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What you need to know abou the CFPB

Richard Cordray has stepped down as the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here's what you need to know about the controversial agency.

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Trump names an interim head of the CFPB hours after the outgoing director appoints a different successor

President Donald Trump named an interim head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shortly after the outgoing director appointed his own successor, signaling a potential showdown over who's in charge of the federal agency.


LeBron on Rose's future: Want the best for him

LeBron James said he hopes this isn't the end for Cavs teammate Derrick Rose, but if it is, he said he hopes Rose finds peace in his decision.


Richard Johnson

Texas Tech beats Texas, and maybe Kliff Kingsbury just saved his job?

Kingsbury might have just bought himself another year in Lubbock.

With a 10-point, fourth-quarter comeback, Texas Tech came back to beat Texas on Black Friday, 27-23. The Red Raiders finish their season 6-6, and will play in a bowl game after the win (they didn’t have the APR score to get in at 5-7).

That’s not a very Texas Tech score line. Things didn’t end up with both teams in the 50s in a wild shootout. This is a game Texas Tech typically doesn’t win under Kingsbury recently, a...


Eric Stephen

Josh Rosen out for UCLA against Cal after 1st half hit

UCLA Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen is in street clothes on the sideline for the second half against California on Friday night at the Rose Bowl, after getting sacked three times.

No injury has yet been announced, but Rosen was thrown down to the turf late in the second quarter, the third time he was sacked in the opening half. Rosen returned to the sideline about midway through the third quarter, but was in street clothes and talking with UCLA medical personnel.

Devon Modster replaced Rosen...


Jordan Bell starts, Steph Curry cooks in Golden State's rout of the Bulls

The Bulls led by three at the end of the first quarter, but Chef Curry heated up in the second quarter to lead Golden State to a blowout.

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Timeline: Recent events in Egypt

Here's a look at Egypt, the most populous country in the Arab world. Egypt is located in North Africa and is bisected by the Nile River. It shares a border with Israel, Sudan and Libya. It also borders the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.

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Why is Sinai so dangerous?

The attack on a mosque in Egypt that left more than 200 people dead appears to be the deadliest in the history of the Sinai Peninsula.


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Steve Kerr's brilliant running gag has him breaking out new props at press conferences

A Rubik’s Cube, a Slinky, a deck of cards, and Steve Kerr all walk into a bar...

Steve Kerr, head coach of the most popular team in the NBA, has dealt with shuffled starting lineups early this season. For various reasons, his starters keep missing games and the first thing he does at each pre-game press conference is announce which bench player will start in their place. Basketball reporters, in turn, will tweet out Kerr’s answers. It’s a strange manufacturing line that eventually...


Hector Diaz

This kid was surprised with Warriors tickets and now Stephen Curry has another surprise for him

Can’t wait!

Surprising my nephew to the @warriors at @MiamiHEAT game. Doesn’t get more wholesome than this. #NBA pic.twitter.com/Uvqw4xWbIY

— Charles Hinkle (@CharlesHinkleJr) November 24, 2017

Surprising a loved one with a gift is always the best. Seeing their expression once they realize what you’ve bought them is worth more than value of the purchase itself.

In this case, an uncle bought his nephew a Steph Curry jersey and topped that with tickets to the Warriors-Heat game....


Tim Cato

Stephen Curry is back in MVP mode with 26 points in a single quarter

No Durant, no Draymond, but Curry is enough.

The Golden State Warriors are down Kevin Durant and Draymond Green, but they still have Stephen Curry. Yeah, uh, against the Chicago Bulls, that’s probably enough. Actually, that’s definitely enough.

Curry scored four points in the first quarter... and 26 in the second. His 30 points in the first half were the most by any Warrior this season, and his 26-point second was also a season high. You can see a couple of his plays above, and an...


Richard Johnson

The Horns Down motion now draws an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty flag apparently

I thought this was America.

Please observe this exquisite Horns Down put on display by Texas Tech’s T.J. Vasher.

unsportsmanlike conduct for the horns down? These @Big12Refs are something else. pic.twitter.com/iJzQy5dH9V

— Michael R. Bull (@bulltown03) November 25, 2017

Flashing the disrespectful handsign is a tried and true tactic by Texas opponents.

Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

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Richard Johnson

Watch this ill-advised fake punt just get worse and worse and worse

And worse and worse.

In the pantheon of incredibly spectacular punt failures this one is certainly near the top of the list.

Western Kentucky punter Jake Collins tries to salvage this fake attempt, and you won’t believe what happens next.

Ohhhhhhhh nooooooo. #SCNotTop10 pic.twitter.com/5R5jwSpXdq

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 25, 2017

As soon as Collins set off you could tell that things were doomed. The tiptoed delay before he tried to run was kinda odd. But I will say...

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