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Los Angeles Times

Dodgers one win away from first World Series since 1988
Los Angeles Times
Yu Darvish stepped outside the batter's box as his eyes registered the location of the last pitch. It was a fastball from Cubs reliever Carl Edwards Jr., like the three pitches before it, and it was not a strike, like the three before it. Darvish ...
NLCS Game 3: Dodgers one win away from first World Series in 29 yearsYahoo Sports
Dodgers beat Cubs 6-1 in NLCS Game 3, now just 1 game from World SeriesKABC-TV
Whicker: Dodgers in World Series: If not now, when?LA Daily News

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New York Times

Boom in American Liquefied Natural Gas Is Shaking Up the Energy World
New York Times
The United States was supposed to be a big L.N.G. importer, not a world class exporter. The frenzy of drilling in shale gas fields across the country changed that over the last decade, creating a glut far larger than domestic demand could possibly consume.

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Chicago Tribune

Where do World Series babies come from? 'Rain delay was a perfect opportunity'
Chicago Tribune
Chris Cervone, his wife, Amber, and their 3-month-old daughter, Macy, at their home in St. Charles on Oct. 16, 2017. Amber told her husband she was expecting a child by throwing him a baseball with the words, "We're pregnant." (Antonio Perez / Chicago ...



CNN

A look inside the world's most expensive house
CNN
A Cap Ferrat mansion that was once home to Belgian King Leopold II has gone on the market for 350 million euros ($410 million) -- making it the most expensive home for sale in the world. Villa Les Cèdres was built in 1830. The 18,000-square-foot ...

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New York Post

Claudio Reyna pins US World Cup failure on 'arrogant' culture
New York Post
The US national team legend spoke to reporters for the first time since the US failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup last week. Reyna, captain of the team in the early 2000s, called out the arrogant, know-it-all soccer culture that continues to ...

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Inc.com

Google Is About to Turn Toronto Into the World's Most Futuristic City
Inc.com
As cities decide how to build for the future, they might start looking squarely at Toronto. Two years ago, Google created a startup called Sidewalk Labs to "accelerate innovation in cities around the world." The company has been weighing potential ...

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The Guardian

World's first 3D-printed bridge opens to cyclists in Netherlands
The Guardian
Dutch officials have toasted the opening of what is being called the world's first 3D-printed concrete bridge, which is primarily meant to be used by cyclists. There was applause as officials wearing hard hats rode over the bridge on their bikes at the ...

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ESPN FC

Italy to play Sweden, Rep of Ireland to meet Denmark in World Cup playoff
ESPN FC
Italy have been drawn against Sweden in the European playoffs for the 2018 World Cup, while Republic of Ireland will meet Denmark. Elsewhere in the draw for next summer's tournament in Russia, Northern Ireland will face Switzerland and Croatia will ...
World Cup playoff draw: Italy or Sweden to miss out on Russia 2018CNN
World Cup play-off draw: Sweden face Italy, Northern Ireland get Switzerland, Denmark draw Republic of Ireland – as ...The Guardian
European World Cup 2018 play-off draw: Northern Ireland face Switzerland and Ireland play DenmarkTelegraph.co.uk
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Washington Post

After Harvey Weinstein, women around the world are saying #MeToo
Washington Post
The group highlights a 2014 study by YouGov that ranked the safety of transit systems for women in 16 cities around the world. Bogota was the most unsafe city in the survey, while Mexico City was the worst for verbal and physical harassment with 64 ...
#MeToo: Because this is the world we live inRadio New Zealand

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NPR

Why World Hunger Isn't Going Away As Fast As We'd Hoped
NPR
Rob Vos has been tracking global hunger for years, and he says until recently the mood among his fellow hunger experts was almost giddy. Since 1990 the world had made so much progress curbing hunger that in 2015, leaders met at the United Nations and ...

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