• Opinion: Clinton is prepared; Trump isn’t
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    As Donald Trump flailed away at questions on policy issues, his business career and his personal views, Hillary Clinton provided the bottom line for the first of their three scheduled televised debates. It came when Trump, alluding to her decisions to curb campaigning to prepare for the high-profile confrontation while he visited Detroit and Philadelphia, said: “I’ve been all over

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  • Beaverton needs puncture operations magnitude (Opinion)
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    By Jim McCreight When I first moved to Beaverton in 1966, the Beach Boys were at the top of the record charts and Beaverton was considered merely a "bedroom community" to Portland. Fast forward 50 years. Today Beaverton is a diversified city, a high-tech business center and, still, a great place to raise a family. But for all the positive changes that have occurred, Beaverton lacks a

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  • Ethics opinion: DC’s Vincent Orange didn’t mangle manners by seeking cover job
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    Former D.C. Council member Vincent B. Orange Sr. (D-At Large) did not break ethics rules when he accepted a job leading the D.C. Chamber of Commerce while still in office, according to an opinion released this week by city ethics officials. Orange sought an opinion from the D.C. Board of Ethics and Government Accountability in July, when planned to finish the rest of his term while also serving

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  • Two American sisters died during a oppulance Indian Ocean resort. Now their family is acid for answers.
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    Annie and Robin Korkki were experienced travelers, their brother said. "They were frequent travelers both domestically and internationally," Chris Korkki told the Associated Press. He added that "they were kind and generous and compassionate, and were wonderful people that had a positive impact on a huge number of people." The sisters — 37-year-old Annie and 42-year-old Robin —

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  • Steelers’ invulnerability will underline new faces opposite Chiefs (Sep 29, 2016)
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    PITTSBURGH (AP) Lawrence Timmons spent a portion of last Sunday in a Philadelphia hospital trying not to freak out about a puncture wound to the shin the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker suffered early in an ugly loss to the Eagles. He might be one of the healthier starters on a defense forced to bounce back from a toothless performance littered with breakdowns both mental and physical.

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  • Bengals’ A.J. Green proves unstoppable – once again
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    CINCINNATI (AP) -- A.J. Green's big game got the Bengals back to break-even and left them with reasons for optimism heading into a tough stretch of their season. Green had 10 catches for 173 yards and a touchdown on Thursday night, leading Cincinnati to a 22-7 victory over the Miami Dolphins . After back-to-back losses, the defending AFC North champions are 2-2 and getting a little more

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  • Morning Briefing: Mets in. closer to clinch
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    Sep 29, 2016FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailprintcommentMIAMI -- The New York Mets will get one final day off this regular season on Thursday. Then it’s on to the business of clinching a National League wild-card spot this weekend in Philadelphia.With three games remaining in their season, the Mets’ magic number to clinch a wild-card spot is down to two. That’s because the St. Louis Cardinals

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  • Brock Osweiler: Criticism of play is “hilarious”
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    APQuarterback Brock Osweiler has started his Texans career with three touchdown passes and four interceptions in his first three games, which isn’t quite the ratio that people in Houston were hoping to see from their big-ticket free agent acquisition. That’s led some to criticize Osweiler’s ability to read defenses and make the right choices in the face of defensive pressure, but

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  • Ryder Cup 2016: What done a initial tee shots so special
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    1:32 PM ETFacebookTwitterPinterestEmailprintcommentCHASKA, Minn. -- It's not the noise that's so jarring on the first tee of the Ryder Cup. No, you expect that. Even without the familiar U-shaped bleachers surrounding the perimeter, you know it's going to be loud.On this brisk Minnesota morning, it started predictably early. The American fans were just behind the tee, leading chants in their red,

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  • Minorities hopeful, whites green on future
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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Consider two women in their 70s, both residents of the Kansas City area. One is white and affluent; the other is black and working class. Guess which one is more optimistic about the country’s future and that of their grandchildren? More than likely, you guessed wrong. This year’s presidential campaign has underscored an economic paradox: Financially, black Americans

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