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David Price quiets his critics and sends Red Sox past Astros and into World SeriesDavid Price quiets his critics and sends Red Sox past Astros and into World Series


HOUSTON — With each and every pitch David Worth threw Thursday night time, each and every out he amassed, and each and every inning that concluded with any other helpless at-bat by means of any other helpless batter in Sport five of the American League Championship Collection, The Narrative took..  [ read on.. ]


Is Michael Bloomberg Finally Running for President?Is Michael Bloomberg Finally Running for President?


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With Donald Trump having defied major odds to become US President towards the end of 2016, plenty of media outlets were ready to start chattering about what this meant for future candidates. Some were ready to suggest that celebrities could now walk..  [ read on.. ]
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Copter crashes on USS Ronald Reagan in Asia, sailors hurt   Meghan Markle displays tiny baby bump in action packed day with Prince Harry in Australia   NBA: LeBron James scores first points for LA Lakers   Royal tour: What Prince Harry and Meghan Markle DO with all of the fan gifts they've been given    Colbert mocks Trump for finally admitting journalist Jamal Khashoggi is likely dead   Former Brexit minister savages Theresa May's plan to extend Brexit transition period   Trump Threatens To Use Military To Close U.S.-Mexico Border, Cancel USMCA  
Colbert mocks Trump for finally admitting journalist Jamal Khashoggi is likely dead
NBA: LeBron James scores first points for LA LakersPrince Harry raises Invictus Games flag over Sydney Harbor
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I Was Big Bird: Caroll Spinney retires from Sesame Street  
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry go barefoot at Bondi Beach as pregnant Duchess dresses baby bump in beach-chic attire during royal tour
Prince Harry Can't Stop Smiling As He Scales Sydney Harbour Bridge Without Meghan MarkleCelebrity Big Brother's Jermaine Pennant STORMS OFF The Jeremy Kyle Show stage after being asked to take a lie detector test
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Kelly Olynyk on game-winning shot: ‘When you’re down 1, you gotta crash’   How to Watch Red Sox vs. Astros Live Stream: ALCS Game 5 Online, Game Time, TV Channel   Broncos return 2 interceptions for TDs, beat Cardinals 45-10   Chelsea vs Man Utd: Is this evidence Jose Mourinho's side will WIN at Stamford Bridge?  
Red Sox advance to World Series: Jackie Bradley Jr. named ALCS MVP for clutch performance
World Series: Boston Red Sox defeat Houston Astros to win American League pennantNBA: Portland Trail Blazers spoil LeBron James' LA Lakers debut; Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid spur Philadelphia 76ers to win
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KiwiBuild unveils 18 new apartments selling in Mt Albert from Monday   Poor timing: $1500-a-head Simon Bridges dinner during donation drama   New Zealanders want a different political environment, Jacinda Ardern says   Jami-Lee Ross admits to affairs with two women, vows to stay in Parliament  
CNN on-screen graphic asks if US is ‘giving Saudis more time to form cover story’ on Jamal Khashoggi’s apparent murder
US, Mexico agree on plan to handle migrant caravan from Central AmericaAs Caravan Of Migrants Heads North, Trump Threatens To Close Southern U.S. Border
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With the iPhone XR, Apple has finally given me a good reason to upgrade from my iPhone 6S (AAPL)   Facebook hires former UK deputy prime minister Nick Clegg to run global affairs   Apple announces iPad Pro and Mac event for October 30th   Here's how to decide between the red, blue, yellow, white, black, and 'coral' versions of the iPhone XR (AAPL)  
With the iPhone XR, Apple has finally given me a good reason to upgrade from my iPhone 6S (AAPL)
Facebook hires Nick Clegg as head of global affairsMicrosoft co-founder Paul Allen's $40b estate: who gets a slice?
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