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Bills’ Josh Allen on why he sticks around to sign autographs

Josh Allen is trying to make himself as accessible as possible for Buffalo Bills fans even as the coronavirus pandemic has barred spectators from practice and from a handful of stadiums.As Allen explained Wednesday, it goes back to when he was snubbed for an autograph when he was a kid attending a Major League Baseball game.PREDICT……

NFL Week 8 preview: Several matchups have early playoff implications

The NFL is nearing the halfway point of the season and the games from here on out are going to have a deeper impact in terms of playoff seeding than ever before.The NFC West and the AFC North are among the best divisions in football and during Week 8 of the 2020 season there are……

Philadelphia to release police body camera footage, 911 calls in Walter Wallace Jr. shooting

Philadelphia officials have said they will release the police body camera footage and the 911 tapes in connection with the officer-involved shooting of Walter Wallace Jr., an armed Black man reportedly with a mental health history, following three nights of unrest in the city and elsewhere in the country.Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw pledged Wednesday that her……

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Live Updates: Philadelphia imposes curfew after 2 consecutive nights of violence

Philadelphia imposed a citywide curfew Wednesday after two nights of unrest that saw violent clashes between demonstrators and police.Businesses were also ransacked and vandalized amid unrest over the fatal shooting of a Black man.The curfew will run from 9 p.m.to 6 a.m. Thursday. Businesses were notified in a message from the city managing director’s office. Grocery stores, restaurants, and pharmacies will be allowed……

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Judge opens path for removal of Richmond’s Robert E. Lee statue

A Virginia judge ruled Tuesday that Gov. Ralph Northam’s order to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee can be enforced – but also barred any action pending an appeal from the statue’s supporters.The towering 13-ton statue is the last remaining on the former Confederate capital’s Monument Avenue. It has stood there since……

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Waukegan police shooting video released, victims’ attorneys question officer’s credibility

Police body camera and other footage released Wednesday from the Chicago-area officer-involved shooting involving a woman and her boyfriend, who later died, does not show the actual shooting – only moments after – and leaves questions surrounding the credibility of the officer’s narrative, lawyers for the couple said Wednesday.Attorneys Ben Crump and Antonio Romanucci, who represent……

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Jeffrey Epstein accuser starts foundation for victims of sexual abuse

Jeffrey Epstein accuser Jennifer Araoz, who says the now-dead money man raped her at age 15, is starting a foundation to help survivors of sexual abuse and sex trafficking, she revealed in an exclusive interview with The Post.The 33-year-old Queens woman is launching Survivors Initiative on Wednesday to create a support network for victims of sexual abuse……

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Florida man charged with changing Governor DeSantis’ voting address

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was initially unable to cast a ballot this week after his address was illegally changed online, authorities said. The episode put the state’s online registration system into question and prompted the arrest of a 20-year-old man who now faces felony charges and admitted to accessing the voter information of other public figures……

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