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Injuries to McCaffrey, Horn sour Panthers' 3-0 start Injuries to McCaffrey, Horn sour Panthers' 3-0 start 09/24/2021 11:33am • CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Normally teams would be fired up after starting the season 3-0. But there is plenty of concern in Carolina after losing three key players in a 24-9 win over the Houston Texans on Thursday night, including running back Christian McCaffrey, who will miss multiple weeks with a Jets rookie RB Carter gives offense 'electric' element Jets rookie RB Carter gives offense 'electric' element 09/24/2021 11:15am • FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Michael Carter stands out on the football field and its not just because of his elusive moves. The New York Jets rookie running back is always bouncing around with a child-like exuberance that rubs off on his teammates. I do love the juice and the energy he bri United Airlines fined $1.9 million for long ground delays United Airlines fined $1.9 million for long ground delays 09/24/2021 11:06am • WASHINGTON (AP) United Airlines has been fined $1.9 million over 25 flights in which the plane sat on the ground for several hours, the largest fine imposed by the government for such long delays. The Transportation Department said Friday that the incidents occurred between December 2015 and Feb Chinese banks try to calm fears about developer's debts Chinese banks try to calm fears about developer's debts 09/24/2021 07:46am • BEIJING (AP) Trying to dispel investor fears, some Chinese banks are disclosing what they are owed by a real estate developer that is struggling under $310 billion in debt and say they can cope with a potential default. The announcements came as Evergrande Group promised to talk with some indivi Spanish volcano still packs a punch 5 days after eruption Spanish volcano still packs a punch 5 days after eruption 09/24/2021 07:14am • TODOQUE, Canary Islands (AP) A volcano in Spains Canary Islands kept nerves on edge Friday for a fifth day since it erupted, producing loud explosions, a huge ash cloud and cracking open a new fissure that spewed out more fiery molten rock. The archipelagos emergency services ordered the e More rental aid is reaching tenants to stave off eviction More rental aid is reaching tenants to stave off eviction 09/24/2021 04:53am • Almost a month after a federal eviction moratorium ended, the Treasury Department said Friday that states and cities distributed money for nearly 1.4 million payments in August and the pace picked up from the month before. More than 16.5% of the tens of billions of dollars in federal rental assistan Anne Arundel school leaders tweak distance learning program amid quarantine spike Anne Arundel school leaders tweak distance learning program amid quarantine spike 09/23/2021 10:20pm • In less than one week, the number of public school students in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, under quarantined for coronavirus exposure has spiked. Earlier this week, more than 1,000 students were at home on a 10-day stay because they, or someone they know, had COVID-19 symptoms. That figure mor Bradley's disciples helping mentor young Raiders defenders 09/23/2021 09:32pm • HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) Gus Bradley has a knack for reading offensive schemes, putting them on a whiteboard, and making it loud and clear what he expects from the Las Vegas Raiders defense. Its crystal clear, veteran linebacker K.J. Wright said. To see Gus, with his play-calling with th Rams' Donald out to disrupt Brady, Buccaneers once again Rams' Donald out to disrupt Brady, Buccaneers once again 09/23/2021 08:00pm • THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers kept Aaron Donald off the stat sheet last season. No tackles. No sacks. No hits, hurries or passes defended for the first time in the defensive tackles decorated career. But it came at a price, as Donalds presence and performance created What Is an Energy-Efficient Mortgage? 09/23/2021 08:00pm • Living in an energy-efficient home is desirable for many reasons. Not only are energy-efficient homeowners taking steps to live more sustainably, but they are also likely saving money by using less energy. If you're planning to buy a home that meets energy-efficiency standards or you want to make s The Latest: Australian cities move closer to ending lockdown The Latest: Australian cities move closer to ending lockdown 09/23/2021 07:55pm • SYDNEY Australias two largest cities are moving closer to ending lockdowns as vaccination rates climb, but leaders are warning that people should remain cautious with their newfound freedoms and that coronavirus case numbers will inevitably rise. In New South Wales state, where an outbreak c Veterans at Revolutionary battlefield dig find camaraderie Veterans at Revolutionary battlefield dig find camaraderie 09/23/2021 05:16pm • STILLWATER, N.Y. (AP) Military veterans who carefully dug and sifted through clumps of dirt this month at a Revolutionary War battlefield in New York did more than uncover artifacts fired from muskets and cannons. The meticulous field work gave the veterans some dealing with post-traumatic US: Number of unruly air travelers lower, still too high US: Number of unruly air travelers lower, still too high 09/23/2021 02:00pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The rate of unruly passengers on airline flights is down sharply from early this year but is mostly unchanged over the past three months and remains more than twice the level seen in late 2020, according to government figures. The Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday took Injury-plagued Ravens still running through opponents Injury-plagued Ravens still running through opponents 09/23/2021 01:25pm • The Baltimore Ravens needed another yard to secure their victory over Kansas City. By that point, they had every reason to feel confident. We have to have an array of things throughout the season to have ready for those situations, offensive coordinator Greg Roman said. Its interes NHL training camps open with several big-name stars missing NHL training camps open with several big-name stars missing 09/23/2021 12:52pm • ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) Sidney Crosby's injured left wrist and Evgeni Malkin's right knee are keeping them off the ice in Pittsburgh. Jack Eichel and Buffalo cannot agree on a course of action for his back problems. Evander Kane and San Jose agreed it's best he stay away. Training camps got under
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