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VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis on Saturday said an “epidemic of animosity” against people of other races or religions was hurting the weakest in society, striking a note of caution against the rise of populist nationalism. Little more than a week after Donald Trump was elected the next U.S. president , buoying anti-immigrant parties in Europe and elsewhere, the pope noted “how quickly those among us with the status of a stranger, an immigrant or a refugee become a threat, take on the status of an enemy..

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WASHINGTON — Arizona wants to secede. Not from the United States, but from the U.S

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Kids getting footballs is still pretty great pic.twitter.com/949LSvUHEQ — The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) January 25, 2016 As has recently become a weekly tradition, the Carolina Panthers just made yet another young fan’s dream come true. Seemingly every Sunday, Cam Newton’s squad turns on-field success into off-field elation, as players run to the stands to give touchdown balls to Carolina loyalists

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Giving Advice to a Presidential Candidate Who Wants to “Do Something” Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com How can we stop the Islamic State? Imagine yourself shaken awake, rushed off to a strategy meeting with your presidential candidate of choice, and told: “Come up with a plan for me to do something about ISIS!” What would you say

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Why You Should Care About the Australian Open

18Ene

The Australian Open is one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world. It’s ok, you’ve probably watched as many Aussie Open tennis matches as you have Home Alone movies without Macaulay Culkin. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

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LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green Shrum-Cooke debate the sharp political contrasts of Oscar Week: Obama is Jimmy Stewart at the end of It’s a Great Life while Republicans see only the despotic villain in Fury Road.

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Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Mike Munchak has absolutely no chill.  Towards the end of the first quarter of the Steelers’ Wild Card matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday night, Munchak yanked a handful of Bengals safety Reggie Nelson’s dreadlocks.  Nelson barrelled into the Steelers’ sidelines after pushing running back Jordan Todman out-of-bounds. Munchak may have felt like Nelson unnecessarily shoved his running back into the sideline — Todman was nearly out-out-bounds when Nelson hit him, and the extra push sent Todman crashing into the bench. Todman should have been the star of the play for his darting run, but one of his coaches overreacted to a bit of chippiness on Nelson’s part.

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Why The 49ers Are Having A Tough Season

15Nov

What is wrong with the 49ers this season?

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Raiders Got Better With Addition Of Smith

13Sep

Photo by Raiders Oakland, CA – One door closes, another one opens. The Raiders got better when they added Aldon Smith to their roster just days before the home opener. Despite Santa Clara conveniently charging him with three misdemeanors almost three hours after news broke he signed with Oakland Friday morning.

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One of the Roman Catholic Church’s most senior clergymen was arrested last week for driving under the influence  during a trip to Hawaii.  The Hawaii Tribune-Herald reported Monday  that 79-year-old Cardinal William Joseph Levada, of Menlo Park, California, was stopped at about midnight Thursday in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island after a patrol car saw him swerve.  Levada, formerly the  highest ranking American official in the Vatican , was charged with driving under the influence and was released from police custody after posting $500 bail. In a statement emailed to The Huffington Post by a spokesman for the Archdiocese of San Francisco, Levada said, “I regret my error in judgment. I intend to continue fully cooperating with the authorities.” Levada, the former archbishop of Portland and San Francisco, was reportedly vacationing with other priests  on the Big Island when the arrest occurred.  When asked how the archdiocese handles situations like this, spokesman Michael Brown said that in this specific case, “‘punishment’ is not a factor.” “Speaking generally at all levels of the organization, such things would be looked at on a case-by-case basis,” he wrote in an email to HuffPost.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Cam Newton threw for 198 yards and two touchdowns, Carolina’s defense set an NFL record for fewest yards allowed in a postseason game, and the Panthers defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27-16 on Saturday. It was Carolina’s first playoff win in nine years and Newton’s first playoff victory since entering the league as the No

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Most aspiring entrepreneurs are convinced that the strength of their initial idea somehow defines them as a leader, as well as the success potential of their derivative business. In my experience, it’s a lot more complicated than that.

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As if sword swallowing wasn’t challenging enough, try having someone attack the blade with a whip.

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Sarah Bryden-Brown has been a newspaper reporter and editor (The Australian), magazine editor (donna hay and Family Circle), author (The Lost Art of Childhood, Random House, and Dad and Me, Harper Collins), before ditching old media for new when she joined the online start-up kidspot.com.au , which sold to News Corp. Following Kidspot, she moved to New York to become VP Content and Community for Babble . Following Babble she launched Blogstar , a database of 650 bloggers

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Filed under: Béisbol El boricua Carlos Beltrán llegó el jueves a un acuerdo contractual por dos años para incorporarse a los Cardenales de San Luis, aunque deberá someterse a un examen médico antes de reforzar a los campeones vigentes de la Serie Mundial, que necesitaban a un toletero poderoso tras la salida del dominicano Albert Pujols. El club reveló el jueves por la noche la operación, y confió en hacer un anuncio formal poco después de las fiestas navideñas. KMOX, la radiodifusora especializada en los Cardenales, reportó que el convenio por dos años alcanzó los 26 millones de dólares.

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Filed under: Béisbol Rangers de Texas se puso esta noche a un juego de ganar la primera Serie Mundial en su historia, tras vencer por 4-2 a Cardenales de San Luis, con una gran voltereta, luego de ir abajo por 2-0. Ante un enloquecido Rangers Ballpark en esta ciudad, el cuadro texano vino de atrás en una gran reacción para empatar primero y luego dar la voltereta, tras ir abajo por 2-0 desde la segunda entrada, cuando Cardenales lo puso en aprietos.

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Filed under: Béisbol Quizás no hay nadie mejor que Tony La Russa en cuanto a sus movidas de ajedrecista. La decisión de La Russa de mandar a Allen Craig ante el relevista Alexi Ogando resultó la decisiva del primer juego de la Serie Mundial.

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