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Phil Simms: ‘Eagles Offensive And Defensive Lines Need To Be Better’

Five weeks into the season, the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles are struggling, sitting at 2-3 and tied for second place in the NFC East. The division as a whole has had its issues with the Eagles, Cowboys and Giants combining to post a 5-10 record so far. The Washington Redskins lead the division […]

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Hayati Takes Over Former Home of Underground Vegan Eatery

Opening a restaurant isn’t cheap. But if you want to cut costs, there are certain things you can do, whether that’s handling some of the construction and decor on your own, finding a location with low rent or maintaining a small staff (and putting in a ton of hours yourself). But one thing you shouldn’t […]

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Michael Bloomberg changes party affiliation, re-registers as Democrat

NEW YORK — Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg announced he is changing his voter registration to Democrat. Bloomberg made the announcement Wednesday morning: “At key points in U.S. history, one of the two parties has served as a bulwark against those who threaten our Constitution. Two years ago at the Democratic Convention, I warned […]

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In new cookbooks from top Philly chefs, journey to Jerusalem or Naples

The journey to a fluffy, perfectly crisp pizza crust starts with molecules of water and how much of that water is in the dough when it hits the heat from an oven. One of the secrets to hummus that tastes creamy and as light as air is also water, icy cold and poured slowly over tahini until it turns the […]

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Google appeals $5 billion EU fine in Android antitrust case

Google is appealing a record $5 billion antitrust fine by European Union authorities, who say the tech giant abused the dominance of its Android operating system to stifle competitors. A company spokesman, Al Verney, confirmed Wednesday that the company has filed its legal challenge with the General Court of the EU , the bloc’s second […]

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Want Perfectly Fitting High Heels? This Startup Has a Genius Method to Measure Feet

To girls who love high heels, it’s not news that it’s nearly impossible to find a pair that perfectly fit both feet. Aside from the fact that heels are not made for comfort, a bigger reason is that most of us have slightly different sized feet. (Depending on which study you refer to, the percent […]

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1-year-old burned after pulling slow cooker off counter

“In an instant, everything just kind of changed,” said Vanesa Herrera. Terrifying moments in what had been just an ordinary evening for Herrera and her daughter, Azra. “Usually, the routine is to put her in the high chair, give her a snack and then do whatever I needed to do but, this day, I put her […]

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Justin Thomas aims to win 3 out of 4 years in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Justin Thomas returns this week to the scene of his first PGA Tour win in 2015, and where he repeated as champion a year later. Now the American, fresh from winning the PGA Tour money title for the second consecutive year, begins play Thursday in the CIMB Classic aiming for his […]

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8 Most Powerful Fat Burning Fruits

When it comes to decreasing body weight, what you eat is just as relevant as what you don’t eat. Lucky for us, having fruits is a great way to start burning fat and keep our cravings for sweets in check. In fact, the research here and here found that fruit consumption is positively correlated with weight loss. Fruits include very […]

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Top programmers will leave Facebook and Google if they gain ‘evil’ reputations

In many of the recent debates about tech, some people have suspected big tech companies of using their famously geeky, quirky cultures as a sort of public relations strategy. They see Google’s corporate motto “don’t be evil” as simply a cosmetic slogan. Au contraire. For big tech companies, gaining a reputation for being “evil” can […]

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