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in Entertainment

Sandra Bullock goes for political satire in ‘Our Brand Is Crisis’

Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock plays a political spin doctor in the satirical comedy that takes a look at the tactics of campaigns.


in Local Sports

Michael Bennett named NFC Defensive Player of the Week

He recorded a career-best 3.5 sacks in last Thursday’s win over the 49ers.


in Sports

Mets eye quick recovery after stinging Game 1 loss

The New York Mets know the pressure is on heading into in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium.


in Viral Videos

WATCH: Adorable Trick-or-Treater says ‘no thanks’ to candy

This little girl isn't willing to cross paths with this Halloween decoration!

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in Local Sports

Three county coaches going into WIBCA Hall of Fame

Roper, DeBoer and Dickson going in with Class of 2016.


in Entertainment

Elizabeth Banks signs on for ‘Pitch Perfect 3’

"The Hunger Games" star is stepping back behind the camera after impressing studio bosses with her directorial debut on the first franchise sequel.

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in Local

Coal terminal bringing large amounts of money into local politics

A proposed coal terminal continues to bring hundreds of thousands of dollars into local political races.


in Sports

Seven candidates for FIFA presidency

orld soccer body FIFA on Wednesday named the seven confirmed candidates vying for the FIFA presidency at a Feb. 26 election.


in Sports

Wambach retires

The leading career scorer in international soccer announced her retirement shortly after the U.S. national team celebrated its Women's World Cup victory at the White House.

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in Entertainment, Sports

Kardashian not back with Odom despite divorce dismissal

Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom filed a court petition dismissing a divorce filing, but the reality TV star says that doesn't mean they're reconciling after the former NBA star was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel.


in Weird

‘I boo’: Couple gets married at haunted theme park

The bridesmaids wore black and the flower girl showed up in a skeleton costume at a wedding held at a haunted theme park in New Hampshire.


in National

Anemic report card for nation’s school kids

It's a not-so rosy report card for the nation's schoolchildren.


in Entertainment

#FreeBacon sizzles on social media

Bacon lovers took to social media to express disdain over a World Health Organization report that said processed meat is likely to cause cancer.


in Local

A man applying to be a police officer gets arrested for child porn

An Arlington man who applied to be a police officer in Mount Vernon was arrested- investigators say he confessed to…


in National

Senate approves major cybersecurity bill

The legislation is the first serious attempt in Congress to combat computer hacks that have hit a growing number of businesses and government agencies in recent years.


in National

Rivals see chance for opening against Trump, Carson at Republican debate

Seasoned politicians trailing Donald Trump and Ben Carson for the Republican presidential nomination are eager to shift the campaign focus to the economy and policy in Wednesday’s debate.


in National

Paul Ryan: On the path to job he says he never wanted

Republicans nominated Wisconsin's Paul Ryan to replace retiring House Speaker John Boehner, uniting around the party's former vice presidential nominee who has promised more openness in the way the chamber is run.

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in Local

Two people arrested after a high speed chase

After a shot fired Lummi Tribal police chased after a car which turned into a high speed chase.


in National, World

U.S. weighs special forces in Syria, helicopters in Iraq

The United States is considering sending a small number of special operations forces to Syria and attack helicopters to Iraq as it weighs options to build momentum in the battle against Islamic State, U.S. officials said.


in National

Congress aims for fast budget, debt limit passage

A U.S. budget and debt ceiling deal is headed toward quick action in Congress as lawmakers rushed to avert yet another fiscal standoff.

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in Black Friday, Lifestyle

Three ways to curb holiday spending


Ah, the holidays. A time to get together, celebrate with family and make questionable life choices.

in Local Sports

M’s pitcher Danny Hultzen clears waivers, outrighted to AAA Tacoma


Hultzen was designated for assignment on November 20.

in Black Friday, National

History of the holiday: Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving celebrations date back to the first European settlements in America, but it wasn't until the 1860s that it was declared a national holiday.

in Sports

Selden, Kansas beat Vanderbilt for Maui title


Wayne Selden Jr. scored 25 points on 8-of-11 shooting,and No. 5 Kansas won the Maui Jim Maui Invitational with a 70-63 victory over No. 19 Vanderbilt on Wednesday night.

in Local Sports

Vrbata scores twice, Canucks beats Wild 3-2

Canucks beat Wild Twitter

Vancouver wins for just the third time in their last 11 games.