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Look: Ohio State Recruit Has 2-Word Response To Michigan Coach

Ohio State has enjoyed a huge recruiting week, drawing commitments from three class of 2023 wide receivers ranked among 247Sports' overall top 50. Two days after landing five-star prospect Carnell Tate, the Buckeyes welcomed No. 2 wide receiver Brandon Inniss and four-star recruit Noah Rodgers on Wednesday. As a result, a Michigan coach appeared to check on another Ohio State commit.
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Capital murder defendant released from jail, on the run after cutting off electronic leg monitor

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - The capital murder suspect from Dallas who went on the run after he was released from jail and cut off his electronic leg monitor within hours was recaptured on Thursday.According to Dallas County DA John Creuzot, he was reportedly found in Northwest Dallas.The suspect's June 18 escape led to an urgent fugitive search and raises more questions about the state of our criminal justice system that some people say is too lenient on violent offenders. A man believed to be involved in the killing of a Dallas restaurant owner has been awaiting trial for nearly three years. Last week,...
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College Baseball Player Considering Legal Action Against ESPN

Tennessee catcher Evan Russell said he may sue ESPN for saying during a broadcast that he was suspended for a failed drug test. Earlier in the NCAA college baseball tournament, Troy Eklund falsely claimed Russell was banned for the rest of the season because of a PED violation. His father, Jason Russell, said on Twitter that his son missed the game due to anxiety and stress.
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Dogs’ Reaction to Neighbor Putting a Hole in Fence for Them to See Each Other Is Too Cute

Dogs are curious creatures. They're always sniffing everything they can on walks, figuring out who or what might've been there before. And when in the comfort of their own homes, they're peering out the window and running to the door to investigate who arrived. They're what we like to call nosy roommates. Not that we mind nosy dog roomies because, in fact, we don't at all, especially when they're as cute as these very curious black labs.
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Soap Opera Star Accused of Assaulting Police Officer

EastEnders star Jessie Wallace was arrested outside a nightclub on June 10 following suspicions that he assaulted a police officer and was intoxicated. Police took the actress into custody after her arrest in Suffolk, England, for "public disorder." The 50-year-old actress has "expressed her deep regret" over her alleged remarks...
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Kendall Jenner and NBA Star Devin Booker Break Up After 2 Years: Report

Kendall Jenner is reportedly single. The Kardashians star's relationship with NBA pro Devin Booker has ended after two years, according to Entertainment Tonight and E! News. A source told ET that "Kendall feels like they're on different paths," while another insider noted to the outlet that the model and the athlete "have had discussions about their future but they are not on the same page."
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The mainstream media’s lies on secret migrant flights

For a classic example of shoddy, dishonest journalism that serves as pure propaganda for the Biden administration, look no further than NPR’s attempt to discredit our reporting on the secret flights ferrying illegal migrants from the southern border to unsuspecting communities around the country. NPR did not mention The Post in Monday’s story, only its permanent bugbear Fox News and Tucker Carlson who admirably followed up, but the journalism it pooh-poohs is ours. “Republicans and right-wing media . . . accuse the Biden administration of organizing secret migrant flights . . . but NPR’s Joel Rose reports that rhetoric is often at...
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Washington Post's personal finance columnist says Americans 'got to stop complaining' about inflation

Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary said Americans are exaggerating the impact of inflation on their lives during a Wednesday segment on MSNBC. "There’s a new poll out by Politico, Morning Consult that I think is quite revealing. It shows 38% of Americans say they would rather see a recession than the inflation we are dealing with," MSNBC host Chris Jansing said. "I read that to mean more than a third of Americans are so pressed by what they’re having to pay for gas, for food, everyday items, rent, that they’d rather see a recession. Is that where we are right now?"
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College Football World Reacts To Arch Manning Leader Rumors

Alabama, Georgia and Texas have been considered the frontrunners for five-star quarterback Arch Manning since pretty early on in his recruitment. One school could be emerging from that group. According to Sports Illustrated's John Garcia Jr., Texas is gaining confidence in its chances of landing the quarterback prodigy. "The Longhorns...
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