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Jeff Ellis Discusses New Indians' Acquisitions Eric Stamets And Rob Kaminsky

Indians Baseball Insider Jeff Ellis from mlb.scout.com joined T.J. Zuppe on Thursday night to talk about what the Indians got back in their deadline deals this week. 34 more words

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Chris Cotillo On The Indians' Next Move: "I Think Something Will Probably Happen, But I Don't See It Being Anything Huge"

SB Nation’s Chris Cotillo joined TJ Zuppe on The Fan’s Night show to discuss the Brandon Moss deal to the Cardinals, Carlos Gomez heading to the Astros, a crazy MLB trade deadline, who’s left to be traded in the bigs, what Chris Antonetti’s next big move will be, and analyzing the Indians moves so far. 6 more words

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Defendant In Craigslist Murder Trial Tells Jurors He Didn't Do It, But He Knows Who Did

By Steve Tawa

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The defendant accused of shooting and killing a man two years ago in the West Oak Lane section, when the victim responded to a Craigslist ad for an all terrain vehicle says he didn’t do it. 247 more words

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Too Much Truth: The Story of Paul Robeson

Today on Too Much truth, Yalanda Lattimore and Antavius Weems co-hosted the show.

Our guest today was Stogie Kenyatta, he is a world-renowned actor and comedian. 144 more words

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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Seeking Personhood For 2 Chimps At Stony Brook University

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) —¬†A judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to free two chimpanzees from a New York state university by arguing the human-like animals deserved “personhood” status… 261 more words

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Danny Shelton on the First Day of Training Camp: "It's the Feeling I Got In Recruiting, in the Draft; It's a Perfect Feeling For Me"

Browns rookie defensive lineman Danny Shelton joined Bull & Fox to talk about the first day of training camp, his excitement in gearing up for his first season, getting advice from the veterans in his position group, his relationship with the coaches and interests outside of football. 6 more words

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Poll: New Jerseyans' Opinion Of Garden State Hits 35-Year Low

TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The Garden State is catching some hate.

According to a new Monmouth University poll, 55 percent of New Jerseyans¬†have a positive opinion about living in the state — a 35-year low, 1010 WINS’ Rebecca Granet reported. 117 more words

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