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    UFC Middleweight Khamzat Chimaev has set the MMA world ablaze after securing a thunderous first-round KO over Gerald Meerschaert. The end came in just 00:17 of the very first round and the hype behind “Borz” has truly taken shape. The Swedish-Russian fighter improved to 9-0 and has looked like a tyrant in the UFC thus far in his nascent career. ONE. PUNCH.@KChimaev is a SCARY, SCARY, individual ???? #UFCVegas11 pic.twitter.com/Z5iZtOSIkP — UFC_AUSNZ (@UFC_AUSNZ) September 20, 2020 What’s more, Khamzat has been incredibly versatile when it comes to moving between different weight classes in the promotion. Not to mention, he is a record holder for fighting twice in the span of just 10 days during the company’s visit to Fight Island....
    BAYERN MUNICH showed no signs of a Champions League hangover as they started their Bundesliga title defence with a resounding 8-0 win over Schalke. Leroy Sane, a £55million summer arrival from Manchester City, punished his old side with a debut goal as ex-Arsenal wonderkid Serge Gnabry bagged a hat-trick. Leroy Sane scores his first Bayern Munich goal. It wont be his last."I think hes going to love it here..." ???? pic.twitter.com/ZRmfXInFtI— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 18, 2020 2Leroy Sane scored his first Bayern Munich goal as the German champs beat Schalke 8-0Credit: Getty Images - Getty A rabona assist from Lewandowski ????Phonzie just has to stand up on the bench and applaud it ???? pic.twitter.com/8V9NNicHcI— Football on BT...
    Here’s the coronavirus death toll through September 17. The raw data from Johns Hopkins is here.
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    The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Thursday, September 17 features Dr. John Finnegan (Tanner Novlan) who was stunned by the kiss. Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) told him that that was her way of showing him how she felt about him and that she was glad that he did not back away, per SheKnows Soaps. Finn said that it was still not too late for him to walk away. He didn’t want things to be awkward between them and he would find her another doctor. However, Steffy thought that he was the perfect doctor for her. She had never had such a caring and attentive physician. The fact that he wanted to walk away because he was concerned about...
    JERUSALEM — Year’s end: Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men prayed at the Western Wall ahead of Rosh Hashanah on Wednesday. Photo: Sebastian Scheiner/AP   BELGIUM — First speech: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen addressed the plenary during her first State of the Union speech at the European Parliament in Brussels on Wednesday. Photo: Francisco Seco/AP   FLORIDA — Wading through: Trent Airhart waded through floodwaters in downtown Pensacola on Wednesday. Hurricane Sally made landfall Wednesday near Gulf Shores, Alabama. Photo: Gerald Herbert/AP  
    Getty The White House is seen on March 24, 2019 in Washington, DC. Adbusters was planning a 50-day White House siege starting September 17 that was promoted widely on social media. Is the nonviolent protest still happening? As it turns out, the protest has evolved a bit since it was first announced and is now 50 days of jazz improv. Here’s what you need to know.The White House Siege Is Now 50 Days of Nonviolent Improv Jazz Throughout the CountryAdbusters –On September 17, 2020, we launch 50 days of peaceful protests across DC and the entire United States of America. Why? To stop Donald Trump from stealing the election. So alright you redeemers, rebels and radicals out there,...
    Kelly Ripa hosted the latest episode solo. Kelly Ripa flew solo on the Thursday, September 17, episode of Live! with Kelly and Ryan as her co-host Ryan Seacrest was absent. The American Idol host was forced to stay home as the ABC morning series revealed on Instagram that he was feeling a little under the weather. Live!‘s official account shared a behind the scenes look at Kelly preparing to walk to her chair to start the show. It confirmed in the caption that Ryan was staying at home as a precaution because he had “a sore throat.” Though his illness didn’t seem too serious, he didn’t head into the studio because of the extra precautions put into place due to...
    Visit the links below for more on today’s guests & topics: Magician Lee Terbosic Dr. Lori Dr. Lori on YouTube St. Nicholas Greek Food Fest Online Pour Moi Climate Smart Skin Care Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards CCI Puppy Cam! PTL Puppy Penguin on Facebook PTL Puppy Penguin on Twitter Canine Companions for Independence on Instagram Weekend Guide: Drive-In Super Monster Rama Steel City Improv Allman Betts Band Pittsburgh Today Live On Social Media: Facebook Twitter Instagram
    Xfinity Series regular season comes to a close at Bristol 23 Perfect Fall Jackets Under $100 Here Are Today’s Best Mortgage & Refinance Rates for September 17, 2020 Borrowers with 700 credit scores were quoted an average rate of 3.559% to secure a 30-year fixed-rate purchase mortgage on Wednesday, according to Money’s survey of over 8,000 lenders across the United States. At this credit score, roughly the national average, the average rate for a 30-year refinance was 4.392%. Our rates include discount points and are for borrowers putting 20% down. © Provided by Money.com Mortgage-Rate-Sept-17 30-year fixed-rate purchase mortgage 3.559% Rate of September 16, 2020 © Provided by Money.com View Rates for September 17, 2020 ...
    Mike Tyson came inches from knocking his trainer clean out with a series of ferocious punches in his latest comeback training video Car problems you really dont want to have Mortgage Refinance Rates Today, September 17, 2020 | Rates tick lower Multiple key mortgage refinance rates were down today. Load Error The national averages for 30-year fixed and 15-year fixed refinances both trended down. Meanwhile, the average rate on 10-year fixed refis also fell. Refinancing rates are in a constant state of flux, but they continue to represent a bargain compared to rates before the Great Recession. If you’re in the market to refinance, it may make sense to go ahead and lock if you see a rate...
    (CNN)In yet another stunning example of President Donald Trump scorning science and rejecting advice from his own health officials, he insisted Wednesday that a coronavirus vaccine could be ready ahead of the November election and minimized the usefulness of wearing masks, directly contradicting Centers for Disease Control and Prevention chief Dr. Robert Redfield. On the same day, Redfield told a Senate subcommittee that he did not expect a vaccine to be "fully available to the American public" until the middle of 2021 at the earliest, and said that wearing masks may be a more effective means of protecting against the virus. But the Trump administration is continuing to promote its own rapid timeline, announcing plans on Wednesday to have the...
    Nicky Hilton calls out money-hungry sister Paris for being greedy Naturgy Is Said to Consider Liquefied Natural Gas Unit Sale Viewing Picks for September 17, 2020 © Provided by Awful Announcing All Times Eastern Australian Rules Football Australian Football League-Round 18 St. Kilda Saints vs. Greater Western Sydney Giants — FS2, 5:30 a.m. (Friday) Baseball Korean Baseball Organization Lotte Giants at LG Twins — ESPN2, 5:25 a.m. (Friday) College Football College Football Live — ESPN2, 4:30 p.m. College Soccer Women’s Duke vs. Virginia — ACC Network, 6 p.m. Florida State vs. Notre Dame — ACC Network, 8 p.m. College Volleyball Women’s The Citadel at Virginia Tech — ACC Network,...
    Jarvis Landry should be available tonight Surprisingly expensive items at Ikea Mortgage Interest Rates Today, September 17, 2020 | Rates ease Multiple closely watched mortgage rates sunk lower today. The average rates on 30-year fixed and 15-year fixed mortgages both fell. On the variable-mortgage side, the average rate on 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgages also trended down. Load Error Mortgage rates are constantly changing, but they remain low by historical standards. If you’re in the market for a mortgage, it could make sense to go ahead and lock if you see a rate you like. Just make sure you’ve looked around for the best rate first. Compare mortgage interest rates from lenders nationwide. 30-year fixed mortgages The average rate...
    ON THIS DAY IN 1862, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “We have received from the publisher, Carlton, 413 Broadway, New York, four volumes of Victor Hugo’s great work ‘Les Miserables.’ No book published in our day has excited greater interest. Its author intends to rest his claim to immortality upon it. It not unfrequently happens that an author is disposed to judge of his productions by the labor he has bestowed upon them. Milton was alone in the opinion that his ‘Paradise Regained’ was the greater of his two epics, and it is not improbable that the ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’ will secure the favor of lovers of fictions when the more elaborate ‘Les Miserables’ will only be praised and...
    NOTABLE PEOPLE BORN ON THIS DAY include Gemini astronaut Thomas P. Stafford, who was born in 1930; Baseball Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda, who was born in 1937; former U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter, who was born in 1939; Basketball Hall of Famer Phil Jackson, who was born in 1945; TV horror hostess Cassandra Peterson, who was born in 1951; comedian Rita Rudner, who was born in 1953; former N.Y. Mets closer John Franco, who was born in Brooklyn in 1960; “Friday Night Lights” star Kyle Chandler, who was born in 1965; rapper and producer Doug E. Fresh, who was born in 1966; “MADtv” star Bobby Lee, who was born in 1971; former N.Y. Knicks forward Rasheed Wallace, who...
    (CNN)Cutting down on greenhouse gases is a huge environmental goal, but if the world wants to get to net zero emissions by 2050, it will cost a staggering $1 trillion to $2 trillion a year. (But scientists warn letting the climate crisis go unchecked could be even more expensive.) Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)1. Coronavirus We're all waiting for a coronavirus vaccine, but Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says even if a vaccine were released now, it would take six to nine months...
    NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 30: A person wears a protective face mask outside the NBA store on Fifth Avenue as New York City moves into Phase 2 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic on June 30, 2020. Phase 2 permits the reopening of offices, in-store retail, outdoor dining, barbers and beauty parlors and numerous other businesses. Phase 2 is the second of four phased stages designated by the state. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images)NBA DFS picks September 17-18: Miami guards or Laker forwards?We are now to the point in NBA DFS where we have two-day slates. With late swap it doesn’t make a lot of difference. The Eastern Conference Finals will be played on...
    ♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 A new moon of new health promises and potential lights up your chart. Yes, you can get fitter and feel better, and you are ready to give up a little to gain a lot. Plus, in the rest of your life, you find a fairer balance between give and take. Love may feel light on the surface but underneath it’s building to a big “yes”. ♉ TAURUS April 21 to May 21 You have a creative surge thanks to the new moon, plus ability to develop skills far faster than you expect. That career that feels more like fun is on your personal horizon. It starts with a...
    I find myself drawn to this date, September 17, for many reasons.  Most Americans — at least those who were taught that our history did not begin in 1963 — know the dates July 4, December 7, and, of course September 11.  One great day, one infamous day, and one stunning day.  But what of today?  September 17?  Ring a bell with anyone?  Probably not. And yet it is one of the most significant dates in U.S. history, not just for the events that occurred on this square in the calendar, but also for what it means and could teach us about our country.  It is a reminder of our greatness, and our flaws, and the lengths we, as no...
    The incredible snowstorm that hit the Rockies on Tuesday brought several inches of snow across the region as well as a temperature plunge of about 60 degrees in less than 24 hours. The National Weather Service (NWS) said that several inches of snow fell over Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming. after the storm system moved into the area on Labor Day and into Tuesday. Some of the greatest totals from the snowstorm were in Wyoming, where up to 17 inches of snow fell in Natrona County. DENVER JUST EXPERIENCED THE EARLIEST FREEZE ON RECORD The storm system brought snow to Yellowstone National Park on Monday, with videos showing snow falling on a bison on Monday. "Surely this bison is a metaphor...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — As we bid adieu to August and welcome the month of September, we also start what’s called “meteorological fall,” which includes September, October and November. These are the months most of us normally think of as fall; although, “astronomical fall” doesn’t officially start until the equinox a few weeks from now. The astronomical seasons are based on solstices and equinoxes, while the meteorological seasons follow annual temperature cycles. September is one of KDKA Meteorologist Kristin Emery’s favorite months weatherwise here in Southwestern Pennsylvania with plenty of sunshine and dry days, but also a bit cooler temperatures and lower humidity. So as we turn the page into September, let’s take a look back on what was an interesting...
    Getty The White House is seen on March 24, 2019 in Washington, DC. A group called Adbusters is planning a 50-day White House siege that starts September 17. The proposed nonviolent protest is being planned by the same group that kicked off the Occupy Wall Street protests, which also started on September 17. They’re promoting the protest on social media with the hashtag #WhiteHouseSiege. Here’s what you need to know.Adbusters Helped Start Occupy Wall Street by Proposing a September 17 Wall Street ProtestAdbusters, the group organizing the 50-day White House Siege, was also the group that helped start the Occupy Wall Street movement. NPR reported in 2011 that early Occupy protests seemed to be connected to Adbusters, a...