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Madden video game rates Eagles as the best NFL team, but check out Carson Wentz's number

The Eagles are the best team in the new Madden NFL video game.              Reported by Delawareonline

Neo-Nazi gets second life sentence in murder of protester in Virginia

A Virginia state judge on Monday sentenced a self-professed neo-Nazi to a second life prison term for killing a demonstrator when he drove his car into a crowd protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville two years ago. Reported by Reuters

Trump administration moves to stop more immigrants from seeking U.S. asylum

The Trump administration on Monday moved to bar almost all immigrants from applying for asylum at the country's southern border, requiring them to first pursue their claims in a third country they traveled through before seeking safe haven in the United States. Reported by Reuters

3-year-old boy dead after falling into grease trap at Tim Hortons

A 3-year-old boy died after he fell into a grease trap outside a Rochester Tim Hortons.              Reported by USATODAY

N.J. Lawmakers Pushing To Overturn Federal Law That Caps The Number Of Doctor Residency Slots

There is a doctor shortage in the United States. Federal representatives were expected to introduce legislation Monday that they said will solve the problem. Reported by CBS 2

Coral Springs Police Officer Gets Probation After Video Captures Him Kneeing Handcuffed Suspect

A Coral Springs police officer accused of using excessive force on a suspect pleaded no contest to his charges on Monday. Reported by cbs4

Toddler dies after falling into grease trap at Tim Horton's restaurant, police say

A toddler died Monday in what police are describing as a “horrifying episode” at a New York Tim Horton’s. Reported by FOXNews

U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil, gas production begins restarting after Barry

U.S. offshore oil producers restarted 4% of the production shut by Tropical Storm Barry last week, according to a report on Monday by the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE). Reported by Reuters

Convincing Hall To Stay Is A Devil Of A Task For New Jersey

After the New Jersey Devils acquired P.K. Subban, Taylor Hall texted Ray Shero a green checkmark. "Like, 'Check that box off,'" Shero said. "I guess that's good." Reported by CBS 2

Flesh-Eating Bacteria Kills Man After Trip To Florida Beach

Flesh-eating bacteria has become a health concern in Florida over the past few months and this week, the deadly infection killed another person. Reported by cbs4

Why Colson Whitehead didn't visit the school that inspired his book

"The more I got into the story page by page ... the more I came to hate the place" Reported by CBS News

Trump Administration Announces New Rule For Asylum-Seekers

The Trump administration announces a new step in its efforts to turn back asylum-seekers crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Those seeking asylum would have to do so in the first country they enter. Reported by NPR

Sen. Graham: 'I Saw That 60 Different Nations Are Sending People Here Illegally'

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supports President Trump's tough stance on illegal immigration. (Photo by Ron Sachs/Getty Images) Reported by CNSNews

Trump’s currency war rhetoric persists as Powell prepares to act

Rate cuts would mitigate the economic impact of the dollar’s strength, says US Fed Reported by FT

Hawaii activists get ready for start of work on telescope

MAUNA KEA, Hawaii (AP) — Native Hawaiian groups vowed to protect Hawaii’s tallest mountain from an attempt to resume construction of a giant telescope. They said they will gather peacefully at the base of Mauna Kea. The road to the summit will be closed Monday morning as trucks carrying ... Reported by Seattle Times

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