Annual CES show kicks off in Las Vegas this week

Annual CES show kicks off in Las Vegas this week

More than 180,000 people are expected to attend the annual Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, in Las Vegas this week. Two tech editors give a preview of the top technologies that will be on display.
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Bengals running back Joe Mixon is frustrated by his 1-yard average per carry.
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Hard Rain from Imelda leave Texas area soaked

Hard Rain from Imelda leave Texas area soaked

The remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda unleashed torrential rain Thursday in parts of Texas and Louisiana, prompting hundreds of water rescues, a hospital evacuation and road closures.
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Jets' Adams appeals roughing fine

Jets' Adams appeals roughing fine

New York Jets safety Jamal Adams is appealing his fine from the NFL for roughing the passer against Cleveland and says officials apologized after the game for calling the penalty.
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Flooding in southeast Texas prompts evacuations

Flooding in southeast Texas prompts evacuations

Shelters have been set up in Southeast Texas to provide a haven for people displaced by heavy rain and flooding from the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda.
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Earthlings descend on Area 51 for aliens, parties

Earthlings descend on Area 51 for aliens, parties

What started out as a internet hoax to "storm Area 51" has morphed into a festival celebrating all things alien near the once-secret Nevada military research site.
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AP Top Stories September 19

AP Top Stories September 19

Here's the latest for Thursday September 19th: Iran warns of "all out war" if attacked by U.S. or Saudi Arabia; Trudeau asks for forgiveness for old brown face images; torrential rain hits Texas; Dachshunds race in Ohio to kick off Oktoberfest.
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Trudeau asks for forgiveness for brownface photos

Trudeau asks for forgiveness for brownface photos

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized and asked for forgiveness for dressing up in brown and blackface in the past. At a news conference Thursday, Trudeau said it is something he deeply regrets.
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98-year-old veteran is still leaping out of planes

98-year-old veteran is still leaping out of planes

Jump by jump, 98-year-old D-Day veteran Tom Rice is nudging closer to his goal of leaping out of planes at age 100.
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Pelosi offers Medicare plan to curb drug prices

Pelosi offers Medicare plan to curb drug prices

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, trying to seize the agenda on a top consumer issue, announced an ambitious prescription drug plan Thursday that would allow Medicare to negotiate prices for seniors and younger people.
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Alabama defense leaning on freshmen

Alabama defense leaning on freshmen

No. 2 Alabama could start four freshmen on its defensive front seven against Southern Miss. Injuries have helped force the youth movement.
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Allen, Murray Discuss Potential QB Matchup

Allen, Murray Discuss Potential QB Matchup

Former college teammates Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray discuss their potential QB matchup on Sunday.
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NHL salary cap squeezing out veterans

NHL salary cap squeezing out veterans

Blues center Ryan O'Reilly and Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews lament how the NHL salary cap is squeezing out important veteran players.
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Stars arriive at the IIFA Awards, Bollywood's equivalent of Hollywood's Oscars

Stars arriive at the IIFA Awards, Bollywood's equivalent of Hollywood's Oscars

Stars arriive at the IIFA Awards, Bollywood's equivalent of Hollywood's Oscars
First lady cuts ribbon at Washington Monument

First lady cuts ribbon at Washington Monument

First lady Melania Trump participated in a ribbon-cutting to mark the reopening of the Washington Monument after a three-year closure.
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Folake Olowofoyeku loves life in the television comedy lane

Folake Olowofoyeku loves life in the television comedy lane

On the new CBS sitcom “Bob Hearts Abishola,” Folake Olowofoyeku, a Nigerian immigrant woman of the Yoruba tribe, plays a version of herself. She talks about the role and why she resisted changing her name for showbiz.
Trump admin unveils one nation fuel economy rule

Trump admin unveils one nation fuel economy rule

The Trump administration unveils a national fuel economy standards rule that would revoke California's authority to set its own auto emission standards.
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ShowBiz Minute: Spears, IIFA, Rihanna

ShowBiz Minute: Spears, IIFA, Rihanna

No Britney Spears, no decisions made at closed court hearing; Stars arrive at the IIFA Awards, Bollywood's equivalent of Hollywood's Oscars; Amazon Prime Video to stream Rihanna's lingerie show.
Pitt's talk with NASA astronaut Nick Hague 'really moving'

Pitt's talk with NASA astronaut Nick Hague 'really moving'

Star of new sci-fi epic "Ad Astra," Brad Pitt says he was unexpectedly moved by his video chat with NASA astronaut Nick Hague; reveals why the film's ending was changed.
AP Top Stories September 19

AP Top Stories September 19

Here's the latest for Thursday September 19th: Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau apologizes for 'brownface' photo; Pompeo in Persian Gulf region; Trump tours wall construction; Rain and tornadoes in Texas.
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On This Day 19 September 1981

On This Day 19 September 1981

Simon and Garfunkel played a reunion concert for a massive crowd in Central Park.
Imelda brings heavy rain and tornadoes to Texas

Imelda brings heavy rain and tornadoes to Texas

Officials in Houston and surrounding communities say Houston and the surrounding communities could get more heavy rain from Tropical Depression Imelda on Thursday. The storm's remnants spawned several weak tornadoes on Wednesday.
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Bernie Sanders is still leading a revolution

Bernie Sanders is still leading a revolution

Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he can lead a revolution. He also says that some of his ideas that seemed radical in 2016 have been adopted by other Democratic candidates.
Trudeau apology: brownface unacceptable and racist

Trudeau apology: brownface unacceptable and racist

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau' apologized following the publication of a yearbook photo showing him in brownface makeup at a 2001 costume party. Opposition leader Andrew Scheer called Trudeau "not fit to govern this country."
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Today in History for September 19th

Today in History for September 19th

Highlights of this day in history: A pivotal battle in the American Revolution; President James Garfield dies; Bruno Hauptmann arrested in the Lindbergh baby case; Unabomber's manifesto published; 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' premieres.
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