South Bend, Indiana; Tuesday; November 24, 2015


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Gunfire at protest5 people shot near Black Lives Matter protest in Minneapolis

U.S. News

‘Increased terror threats’: US issues worldwide terror alert for citizens

2 men charged with murder in killing of pastor’s wife

University Of Kansas Professor Investigated For Racial Slur

U.S. Muslim teen accused of clock bomb seeks $21 million

Ohio Man Shoots Neighbors, Young Son Dead

Superintendent: Chicago officer should be fired due to 2012 death

Mass shooting in New Orleans leaves city on edge; ‘No one feels safe

Suspect arrested in New Orleans Good Samaritan shooting caught on video

Heartbroken volunteers comb through charred wreckage at Sweetpea Friends

Deaths – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

David Steen, 79, British newspaper and magazine photographer.[2] (death announced on this day)

Jamiluddin Aali, 90, Pakistani Urdu poet.

Jouni Kaipainen, 58, Finnish composer.

Yoram Tsafrir, 76-77, Israeli archaeologist.

Hazel Adair, 95, British television writer (Crossroads, Compact, Emergency – Ward 10).

Robin Stewart, 69, British actor (Bless This House, Cromwell, The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires).

Gil Cardinal, 65, Canadian filmmaker.

President-elect Macri of ArgentinaArgentina’s new president has one of the toughest jobs in the global…

World News

The Latest: Turkey installs newly elected government

Suicide vest found in trash pile holds clue to Paris attacks

Thai Authorities Indict 2 Over August Shrine Attack

Putin’s Bloody Logic in Syria

Canada is taking in 25000 Syrian refugees before 2016, and all 10 provinces

The Latest: German police probe fire in migrant housing

Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber blocked ‘indefinitely’ in Bangladesh

University yoga class canceled because of ‘oppression, cultural genocide’

Elaborate attack in Egypt’s Sinai kills 2 police, judge

U.S. Marines Vs. Wild: MALUS AMPHEX 15 teaches jungle survivalTANDUO, Malaysia – U.S. Marine Cpl. Tyler Potter drinks fresh water from a tree branch in a jungle survival course during Malaysia-United States Amphibious Exercise 2015 in Tanduo, Malaysia on Nov. 11. Potter is a machine gunner with Kilo Company, Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit. During the course, Marines learned from Malaysian soldiers how to find natural water sources to stay hydrated. The purpose of the exercise was to strengthen military cooperation in the planning and execution of amphibious operations between Malaysian armed forces and U.S. Marines. The 15th MEU is currently deployed in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region to promote regional stability and security in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations.


‘It’s like a horror movie’: Tennessee neighborhood invaded by spiders

In 40 million years, Mars may have a ring (and one fewer moon)

‘The Good Dinosaur’ Could Be The Most Successful Example Of Humans & Dinos Co

How Fish Make Themselves Invisible—Mystery Solved


Worried you’ll die young? Check your heart rate: Risk of early death increases

Scientists have located the happiness center in the brain

Scientists create new strain of malaria-blocking mosquito

Planned Parenthood sues Texas over Medicaid funding


The best Internet-TV streaming devices, from $20 to $200

Dell security error widens as researchers dig deeper

Tesla’s Model X: Promises Kept And Broken

Google Made Its Own Star Trek Communicator Equipped With Google Now, But It


Oil Advances as Mideast Tensions Rise After Russian Plane Downed

In taking economic war to Islamic State, U.S. developing new tools

Apple said to plan Apple Pay launch in China by February

German Business Confidence Rises in Sign of Robust Economy

Bethel awardsLeach and Mitchell Land on NCCAA North Central All-Region Team

MLS Playoffs

ET Radio: Crew SC catch Red Bulls napping, plus Nagbe’s star turn

Benvenuto! TFC’s Giovinco wins Newcomer of the Year

Interesting stats from Conference Ch’ships Leg 1

Crew SC strike first and fast | Playoff Shift

Analyst: Master plans, dangerous leads and set pieces


South Bend Minor League Baseball

Notre Dame Athletics

Women’s Basketball: #3 Irish Roll Over Valparaiso, 110-54

Football: Notre Dame-Boston College: The Original

Women’s Volleyball: Getting To Know Volleyball’s Rebecca Nunge

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NCAA Football

Forde: LSU ‘prepared’ to part ways with Miles


Unbeaten Patriots win defensive battle with Bills

Bears lament failed 2-point conversion

Fales replaces Clausen as Chicago’s backup QB

Anthony Castonzo Suffered Sprained MCL On Sunday Against Atlanta

Punter Pat McAfee Breaks a Colts Record vs. Falcons

Officiating mistakes cost both teams in MNF game

Brady uses ‘Rex Ryan!’ as pre-snap call vs. Bills

Broncos will start Osweiler against Patriots

Power rankings: Chiefs making historic comeback

Video of Manziel causes stir as Browns end bye week

NCAA Men’s Basketball

Wake Forest beats No. 13 Indiana in Maui

Clutch Defensive Stand Propels Sycamores To Third Place Finish At Paradise Jam

IUPUI loses at Kennesaw State, 71-63

Simmons has 21-20 but Marquette tops LSU

Kentucky No. 1 in Top 25, UNC now No. 9

Jackson helps No. 9 UNC bounce back

Spartans pull away from Eastern Michigan

No. 4 Iowa State rolls past Chattanooga

Kansas beats Chaminade by 51 in Maui

Brown, Wallace help No. 14 Cal cruise

Vandy goes on 27-4 run, routs St. John’s

NCAA Women’s Basketball

#IU AT IPFW Preview

Four Score In Double Figures In Ball State’s Win Over APSU

Santa Clara women stun No. 13 Stanford 61-58

No. 24 George Washington women beat Fresno State 61-53

Stewart reaches 2,000 points as UConn beats KState 97-57

DeShields helps No. 4 Tennessee outlast Chattanooga 59-57

No. 23 Syracuse women beat Morgan State 90-61


James joins ‘Big O’ while Love scores 34

Durant has 27 in return, OKC routs Jazz

Leonard has 24 and 13, Spurs stifle Suns

Walker’s 39 lift Hornets by Kings in OT

Wiggins helps Wolves send Sixers to 0-15

Heat end Knicks’ run at 4 with 95-78 win

Bucks’ Monroe leads way against old team

Budenholzer fined $25K for ref contact


Rangers blank Preds, home streak hits 9

Blues score twice in 3rd to beat Sabres

Orlov scores late, Caps beat Oilers 1-0

Bruins sweep home-and-home from Leafs

Quick bounces back as Kings top Panthers

McLeod breaks tie in 3rd, Avs beat Jets

Gostisbehere gets Flyers by ‘Canes in OT


Column: Maturity helps Kyle Busch finally win 1st Cup title


Invicta FC 15 Set for January, Cris Cyborg 140-Pound Bout Not Inked Yet


Will Premier Boxing Champions survive?


Spieth gets all the tough questions at the Australian Open

PGA Tour calls daily fantasy ‘unbecoming of a professional,’ bans its players from playing or accepting endorsements

At 18, Lydia Ko’s dominance may just be beginning

Rory McIlroy declares ‘next 10, 15 years is my time’


Federer to play on into 2017 after Stuttgart agreement

Henman backs Murray after Lloyd criticism


Black determined to succeed as a reliever

Candelario among 10 breakout AFL prospects

Engel earns Fall League MVP, batting crown

White Sox hire Rowand as minors coach

Baseball’s Ultimate Free-Agent Tracker

Carew had heart attack, needs transplant

Roberts first Dodgers minority manager

Cuban prospects Yusniel Diaz and Omar Estevez sign with Dodgers

McClendon to manage Tigers Triple-A team

Mariners give C Iannetta 1-year deal

Mariners add coaches Candaele, Hampton


Eddie Jones has simple plan to revive England rugby union team

legendssmallWatch the New DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Series Trailer!


Game of Thrones tweet teases Jon Snow return

Justin Bieber Has Broken A 51-Year-Old Beatles Record

Blindspot boss breaks down big fall finale twists

Elisabeth Hasselbeck is leaving ‘Fox & Friends’ for more family time

Misc. News

Ex-student applies for probation over mac and cheese rant

Fetty Wap throws wads of money over balcony to fans at mall

Costume for Vermont university’s mascot turns up unharmed

Facing highest threat alert, Belgians bring out their cats

Weather deviceWeather device falls from sky, prompts bomb squad response


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