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Mets are not satisfied with losing even if they can't win every day

The Mets played an inspiring and energetic brand of baseball throughout their nine-game road trip, during which they overcame two five-run deficits, blew a six-run lead only to win anyway, and win eight of the nine games to open up a 6 1/2 game lead over the Nationals in the National League East entering play on Friday night against the Red Sox. 599 more words

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Raksha Bandhan?

This article is written in collaboration with Abhirup Seal, a friend of mine from Calcutta. Featured image credits: Jes Gehle Art.

“Jahaan aapki yeh…

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The policy on Matt Harvey's arm was costly once again for the Mets

It had been 11 days since Matt Harvey’s last start, as the Mets made the difficult decision to skip his last scheduled start against the Rockies in Denver in an effort to rest their young but fatiguing prodigy. 852 more words

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A CRY FOR JUSTICE: CONGRESSIONAL BRINKSMANSHIP V. THE NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE

THE COMING BUDGET WAR

Once again, we have come to the time of year when the annual federal budget is coming before Congress for a vote. 932 more words

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Character wins helped spur successful Mets road trip

The Mets, winners of seven straight and coming off of an 8-1 road trip, are riding high right now. Their offense is clicking in ways we’ve never seen and they’ve hit for power at record numbers of late. 544 more words

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OP- ED: The Lying Words of FOAkers (Friends of Amanda Knox)

For the past three years I have been a part of an international group of professionals and laypersons who have helped the public learn the truth regarding the people and events involved in the murder of Meredith Kercher.  499 more words

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David Wright's homecoming will be another emotional ride on Friday

It’s been nothing short of a lost year for the Mets captain in 2015, thanks to a hamstring injury which led to the discovery of spinal stenosis in his lumbar spine. 750 more words

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