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Source: Giants fine Apple for tweeting 'mistake'

Eli Apple hopes to play vs. the Eagles after the Giants' cornerback tweeted during last week's loss despite knowing it was against the rules. A source said he was fined. (read more)

Jets OC: We ran up white flag in Broncos' rout

Jets offensive coordinator John Morton acknowledged on Thursday that he just wanted to run out the clock with the team down 23-0 in the fourth quarter Sunday because he felt they "didn't have a chance" to rally against the Broncos. (read more)

UCF RB Killins: Auburn in for 'rude awakening'

UCF running back Adrian Killins Jr. says the Knights will have a leg up on Auburn in the speed department because as a whole, SEC teams "don't have a lot of speed." (read more)

No charges filed against Sooners RB Anderson

No charges will be filed against Oklahoma Sooners running back Rodney Anderson, the Cleveland County (oklahoma) district attorney announced Thursday. Anderson was accused of rape by a university employee earlier this month. (read more)

Steelers' Shazier still in hospital, starting rehab

Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier continues his recovery in a Pittsburgh hospital after last week's spinal stabilization surgery and has begun "physical rehabilitation as part of his recovery process." (read more)

Browns GM: Predecessor didn't get real players

New Browns general manager John Dorsey told ESPN Cleveland Radio that Sashi Brown failed to get Hue Jackson 'real players,' and that cutting Kenny Britt last week was an easy decision. (read more)

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Broncos QB Siemian exits with shoulder injury

Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian was ruled out after injuring his left shoulder against the Colts on Thursday night. It is the same shoulder that required surgery after the 2016 season. (read more)

Thursday Night Football is likely here to stay, whether players like it or not

Broncos-Colts is the last TNF game of the season, but it's going to be back in 2018 and beyond. Here's why. (read more)

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NASA has discovered our solar system’s twin with 8 planets

The Kepler telescope has revealed a new planet in a system like ours. It shares a star with 7 other planets, tying our record for most worlds in a solar system

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Venice may be almost 200 years older than anyone thought

Two peach stones found in sediment beneath Saint Mark’s Basilica could extend the history of Venice by 180 years

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England’s shift to opt-out organ donation will save many lives

It was always a travesty that hundreds of people die due to a lack of transplant organs. An opt-out donation scheme in England was long overdue, says John Chisholm

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Ancient black holes ruled out as source of all dark matter

One way to solve the dark matter problem is to chalk it up to black holes formed moments after the big bang, but they can’t account for all the dark matter

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A family in Italy doesn’t feel pain because of a gene mutation

Six members of the same family have a reduced sensitivity to pain, meaning they don’t notice when they break bones. Now the gene responsible has been identified

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Robot that’s the width of a hair masters Pac-Man and cuts cheese

Tiny metal robots can plot their own route around a maze modelled on the iconic video game – and could be used in surgery one day

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TB, or not TB? At last, a urine test can diagnose it quickly

For the first time, a urine test has been developed that reliably detects tuberculosis – a valuable weapon in the fight against an infection that kills millions

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This is the oldest fossil of a plesiosaur from the dinosaur era

A nearly complete skeleton of an early long-necked plesiosaur has been found in a clay pit in Germany, and reveals they survived a mass extinction

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Restarting dead people’s hearts lets doctors reuse their organs

With a growing shortage of organ donors, doctors are now considering restarting dead people's hearts or even taking organs from patients who are technically alive

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Why 2018 is gearing up to be a tipping point for climate action

What will next year hold for global temperatures, carbon dioxide levels, the electric car revolution and Trump's coal dream, wonders Owen Gaffney

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What to do about China’s “sharp power”

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Disney’s purchase of Fox’s entertainment assets is a gamble on media’s future

In ceding ground, Rupert Murdoch is “pivoting at a pivotal moment”

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Jacob Zuma loses two court cases in one day

Judges keep finding against South Africa’s embattled president

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Why Turkey and Greece cannot reconcile

The countries are not at each other’s throats, as before, but a rapprochement still seems unlikely

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What is it about “Cat Person”?

A short story in the New Yorker is encouraging honest conversations about heterosexual relationships

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Ivanka Trump’s brand repositions at home, soars in Asia

This week the fashion and jewellery label opens its first bricks-and-mortar, standalone store

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Roy Moore is defeated in Alabama’s Senate election

A prosecutor of Klansmen captures Jeff Sessions’s old seat, as the Republicans’ Senate majority shrinks to one seat

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“The Last Jedi” tears down—and rebuilds—the Star Wars franchise

Rian Johnson’s film subverts expectations, and offers a new jolt of purpose to the venerable series

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Lessons from ancient Greek coinage

From Alexander the Great's monetary modesty to the savings of prostitutes, an Athens exhibition links money with its users' inner lives

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Why the Brexit negotiations are about to get harder

Britain may have to decide if it wants a Norwegian-style relationship with the EU, or a Canadian one

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