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Boston Bruins Beat San Jose Sharks 2-1

After blowing two three-goal leads to the Buffalo Sabres in a 5-4 loss last Saturday, the Boston Bruins took a slim 2-1 lead into the third Thursday night (October 26) and took the victory over the San Jose Sharks.  Rookie Danton Heinen scored twice to boost the Bruins past the Sharks.  The Bruins (4-3-1) are 2-0-1 on their four-game homestand. ...Read more

Former Fox News Host Eric Bolling’s Son’s Death Ruled Accidental

Former Fox News Channel host Eric Bolling confirmed Thursday that his son, Eric Chase Bolling Jr., died of an overdose of opioids last month in Boulder.  The Boulder County Coroner’s Office had previously confirmed that the younger Bolling, who was 19 and a student at the University of Colorado-Boulder, was indeed found dead in early September.  The elder Bolling had said initially there was “no sign of self harm” on his son when he was found. ...Read more

Two Abortion Restrictions Struck Down By U.S. Judge In Alabama

On Thursday, October 26 a federal judge struck down two abortion restrictions in Alabama that limited how close clinics can be to public schools, as well as banning a procedure used to terminate pregnancies in the second trimester.  U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson in the Middle District of Alabama found the laws unconstitutional and permanently enjoined the state from enforcing the measures. ...Read more

Houston Astros Win Game 2 Of World Series Against Dodgers

The Houston Astros emerged victorious in Game 2 of the 2017 World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers with a 7-6 win. George Springer blasted a two-run homer in the top of the 11th to give the Astros the lead.  It’s the Astros’ first World Series win in franchise history. They had been 0-5 in World Series games entering Wednesday. The series now is tied 1-1 and Game 3 will take place Friday at Minute Maid Park in Houston. ...Read more

Secret JFK Assassination Files To Be Released Thursday

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his administration will release classified government documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Thursday, the deadline Congress set for making the files public. Congress mandated the release to the public of the documents, including FBI and CIA files, barring any action by the President to block the release of certain documents. ...Read more