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Rice & wheat prices surge amid fears Covid-19 lockdown may threaten global food security

Rice & wheat prices surge amid fears Covid-19 lockdown may threaten global food security

5 seconds ago   |   RT

Increased panic buying of food due to coronavirus lockdowns has led to price spikes for the world's two staple grains, rice and wheat. Importers rushed to stockpile the goods...
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Bills' Devin Singletary Could Definitely Be 'Workload Guy', Says GM

2 hours ago   |   Bleacher Report

Devin Singletary didn't have the most productive rookie season. The Florida Atlantic product played 12 games and rushed for 775 yards on 151 carries with two touchdowns...
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Man allegedly stabs woman to death in NYC liquor store, threatens to jump off roof

Man allegedly stabs woman to death in NYC liquor store, threatens to jump off roof

3 hours ago   |   New York Post

A 64-year-old woman was fatally stabbed inside a Manhattan liquor store Wednesday night by a man who later threatened to jump from a nearby rooftop, law enforcement sources...
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Todd Gurley 'Really Good Fit' in Falcons Offense, HC Dan Quinn Says

5 hours ago   |   Bleacher Report

It hardly took 24 hours for running back Todd Gurley to find a new home after the Los Angeles Rams cut him in mid-March. In many ways, he can thank his former coach, Sean...
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Phillies' Zack Wheeler Says MLB's Reported Arizona Plan 'Not Going to Work'

7 hours ago   |   Bleacher Report

Major League Baseball does not have support from Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Zack Wheeler to conduct the 2020 season strictly in Arizona amid the ongoing COVID-19...
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Falcons Legend Deion Sanders: 'I Absolutely Love' Atlanta's New Uniforms

7 hours ago   |   Bleacher Report

Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback/returner Deion Sanders , who played for the Atlanta Falcons from 1989 to 1993, told Andrew Siciliano of NFL Network that he "absolutely...
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Europe Poised to Repeat Austerity Mistakes in Coronavirus Response

8 hours ago   |   NY Times

Its rich north and poorer south need solidarity in response to an unprecedented crisis.
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Todd Gurley Tweets 'Send Me Money ASAP' to Rams After Release, Falcons Contract

9 hours ago   |   Bleacher Report

It turns out Todd Gurley isn't quite done with the Los Angeles Rams yet. Well, at least financially speaking. The new member of the Atlanta Falcons took to Twitter on Wednesday...
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Fantasy Alert: Kliff Kingsbury Wants Cardinals to Have 3 Dependable RBs in 2020

9 hours ago   |   Bleacher Report

The recent departure of running back David Johnson hasn't stopped the Arizona Cardinals from trying to balance their backfield...
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TMZ: Patriots' Julian Edelman Won't Be Charged After January Arrest in LA

10 hours ago   |   Bleacher Report   |   2 articles

New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman will not be prosecuted for charges stemming from his January arrest in Beverly Hills, according to TMZ Sports ...
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Congress in standoff on virus aid, but first checks coming

Congress in standoff on virus aid, but first checks coming

For the next coronavirus aid package, the White House wants to pump $250 billion into a small business fund but opposes Democrats' proposal to tack on billions for protective... Read more ...

Linda Tripp, who provided Lewinsky tapes against President Clinton, dies at 70

Linda Tripp, who provided Lewinsky tapes against President Clinton, dies at 70

Former Pentagon worker Linda Tripp, who provided tape-recorded conversations of former White House intern Monica Lewinsky about former President Bill Clinton, has died. Read more ...

Biden vs. Trump: General election battle is now set

Biden vs. Trump: General election battle is now set

In Biden and Trump, voters will choose between two candidates with dramatically different prescriptions for health care, climate change, foreign policy and leadership in an era... Read more ...

Man accused of stabbing family feared coronavirus would kill them

Man accused of stabbing family feared coronavirus would kill them

A Wisconsin man accused of stabbing four family members, killing two of them, said he did it because "the coronavirus was going to get them, so I had to kill them," according... Read more ...

Officials recover body of 8-year-old grandson of Kathleen Kennedy Townsend

Officials recover body of 8-year-old grandson of Kathleen Kennedy Townsend

The body of the grandson of former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, who had been missing for almost a week, was recovered Wednesday afternoon, Maryland Natural... Read more ...

Bernie Sanders drops out of 2020 race, leaving Biden as likely nominee

Bernie Sanders drops out of 2020 race, leaving Biden as likely nominee

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Inmates In Washington State Protest After Fellow Prisoners Test Positive For...

Inmates In Washington State Protest After Fellow Prisoners Test Positive For COVID-19

More than 100 prisoners at Monroe Correctional Complex's minimum-security unit set off fire extinguishers in protest after six fellow inmates were diagnosed with COVID-19 in... Read more ...

Boris Johnson Isn't the First British Leader to Fall Ill While in Office...

Boris Johnson Isn't the First British Leader to Fall Ill While in Office. Here's What Happened When His Predecessors Took Time Off

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in his third day of intensive care with COVID-19 , making him the first world leader to be forced to take a break from their post because... Read more ...

OPEC and Russia Talk Oil Price Truce

OPEC and Russia Talk Oil Price Truce

In the first of two meetings, Saudi Arabia and Russia will decide on oil production cuts as global demand plunges. Read more ...

Teen student pilot flies medical supplies to hospitals amid pandemic

Teen student pilot flies medical supplies to hospitals amid pandemic

A 16-year-old student pilot has turned his love of flying into an opportunity to help deliver vital medical supplies to rural hospitals amid the coronavirus pandemic, according... Read more ...