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Andre Drummond, Blake Griffin Carry Pistons Over Nets In Season Opener


Andre Drummond had 24 points and 20 rebounds, and the Detroit Pistons won their opener under new coach Dwane Casey, 103-100 over the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night.  [ read on.. ]


What's Happening With Patrick Stewart's Mysterious New Star Trek Series?What's Happening With Patrick Stewart's Mysterious New Star Trek Series?


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For many Star Trek fans, Jean-Luc Picard is the ultimate captain. Patrick Stewart made the leap to sci-fi in the late 80s at the star of Star Trek: The Next Generation as the lead in a new cast for a re-imagining of Gene Roddenberry’s legendary series...  [ read on.. ]
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Hurricane Michael clean up begins in Lynn Haven, FL
'Halloween' star Jamie Lee Curtis goes where the love is, after sobriety changed 'everything''The Conners' stars talk Roseanne departure
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‘Halloween’ Film Review: Jamie Lee Curtis Confronts Michael Myers in Stylish Sequel   Boxer Canelo Alvarez Signs $365 Million Deal With John Skipper’s Sports Streaming Network DAZN   Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch Puppeteer Caroll Spinney Retires After Nearly 50 Years on ‘Sesame Street’   Extra Extra: Treasury Official Arrested For Allegedly Leaking Trump-Russia Docs  
Jamal Khashoggi disappearance: US asks Turkey for recording evidence
Trump says he's not covering for Saudi Arabia over Jamal Khashoggi's disappearanceHurricane Michael: Death toll continues to rise amid searches
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All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert Dead at 44
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Yasiel Puig’s RBI single propels Dodgers to 5-2 win in pivotal Game 5 of NLCS   Rose Lavelle scores the opening goal against Canada | 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship   Clippers owner Steve Ballmer discusses ‘Clippers CourtVision’   Kemba Walker Highlight Reel | Hornets star pours in 41 points in season opener  
MLB Fines Dodgers SS Manny Machado for Kicking Brewers 1B Jesus Aguilar
'A Dirty Play by a Dirty Player': The Brewers Have Had It With Dodgers Star Manny MachadoYasiel Puig’s RBI single propels Dodgers to 5-2 win in pivotal Game 5 of NLCS
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Washington Post publishes Jamal Khashoggi's 'last' column before his disappearance
White House Lawyer Quits After Helping Trump Put His Mark On The Federal BenchHow The U.S. Could Sanction Saudi Arabia
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Apple stores are now selling a $2,000 'self-flying' drone you can control from an Apple Watch (AAPL)   Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren accuse Amazon of 'potentially illegal' activity in new attack against the company's labor practices (AMZN)   This startup is the 'Netflix for books,' with unlimited access to a huge library for a monthly fee. Now, it's getting the New York Times, too   The New York Attorney General is investigating MoviePass' owner for allegedly misleading investors (HMNY)  
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