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August 7, 2017 10:36 PM Garrison Johnson, one of state's top running backs, transfers to Manvel

Garrison Johnson, who rushed for 1,568 yards as a sophomore at Frenship High School last year, is transferring to Manvel High School. Garrison Johnson, a junior running back who already is committed to Nebraska, announced he is transferring to Manvel High School on Monday. Johnson rushed for 1,568 yards and 18 touchdowns as a sophomore at Frenship High School 75

August 2, 2017 7:48 PM Why Paris Saint-Germain Is Set to Break the Bank for Neymar

The French club will have to pay a record transfer fee of $262 million to pry the Brazilian star from Barcelona. It’s all part of the plan to reorganize the European game by brute force. From the moment rumors emerged that Paris Saint-Germain, the Qatar-backed club from the French capital, might pry away the Brazilian star Neymar from Barcelona, any illusion 56

July 30, 2017 10:00 AM Boosie's Brother Allegedly Stole $361k Out of Rapper's Bank Account

Looks like Boosie was telling the truth -- cops say his bank account WAS hacked, but he didn't know it was his own brother draining $361,000. TMZ broke the story ... the rapper said someone siphoned dough from his Capital One account and made a bunch of transactions. Now we've obtained the police report, which says Boosie's bro, Taquari Hatch, made more than a dozen 70

July 27, 2017 1:08 PM TransferWise links with Apple Pay globally

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Financial technology startup TransferWise will allow users around the world to send money internationally through its service using Apple Pay, in a bid to make transfers easier and more secure. The London-based money transfer company said on Thursday that it was joining with Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) payments service in the U.S. and a handful 64

July 18, 2017 3:02 PM Administration will certify Iran nuclear deal compliance, vows additional sanctions

The Trump administration on Monday announced its intention to certify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear agreement reached two years ago under the Obama administration, but said Iran is "in default of the spirit" of the accord. A senior administration told reporters that the White House will certify to Congress that Iran is meeting the provisions of the Joint 125

July 8, 2017 6:24 PM Arkansas shares voter data as federal judge mulls privacy issues in Trump panel

A federal judge in Washington heard arguments Friday on whether to block President Trump’s voting commission from collecting voter data from 50 states and the District, as government lawyers announced that Arkansas is the only state so far to turn over requested data. U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly of the District said she would rule as quickly 79

June 14, 2017 9:00 AM Hunt intensifies for escaped inmates called 'dangerous beyond belief'

Multiple law enforcement agencies were hunting for two escaped inmates called “dangerous beyond belief,” who managed to overpower and kill two prison guards and escape a prison bus. The deadly escape happened about 6:45 a.m. Tuesday as the guards drove 33 inmates between prisons, and it set off a massive manhunt involving local, state and federal officers 122

June 7, 2017 7:14 PM Liverpool apologizes to Southampton after reportedly tapping up Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool have apologized to Southampton after the Saints accused the Reds of tapping up center back Virgil van Dijk. Liverpool called the situation a "misunderstanding" in a statement released on Wednesday, which came after Southampton reportedly threatened to file a complaint with the Premier League. Teams routinely negotiate with players that are still 49

June 7, 2017 12:12 PM NY man stole $3.5M from city funds to pay for NFL tickets, prosecutors say

A New York man is accused of stealing more than $3.5 million from the City of Miami Beach’s bank account to buy tickets to NFL games around the country. Prosecutors say 44-year-old David J. Miller of Syracuse, N.Y., allegedly stole the money using unauthorized electronic transfers. He then used the money to buy 157 seat licenses at NFL stadiums as well as season 40

June 4, 2017 4:45 PM Official: Abbas halts monthly stipends for Hamas ex-inmates

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – Dozens of Hamas activists once imprisoned by Israel did not receive their support payments this month from the group's political rival, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, a Gaza-based official said Sunday. Abbas is under pressure from the U.S. and Israel to halt monthly payments to thousands of current and former prisoners who were held for actions 69