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Los Angeles Times

Finally, the Dodgers have the look of a World Series team
Los Angeles Times
So this is what a Dodgers World Series team looks like. A couple of dozen players are climbing on each other in a tiny concrete bunker under ancient Wrigley Field, clutching with hugs and headlocks, spraying reddened faces with champagne and beer, ...
World Series repeat bid is history as Cubs end season with NLCS Game 5 loss to DodgersChicago Tribune
Who should the Dodgers want to face in the World Series?ESPN (blog)
Dodgers Advance to World Series over Cubs Behind Enrique Hernandez's 3 HRsBleacher Report
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USA TODAY

Trump's world: It's different from what others see
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — Sometimes it seems like President Trump is living in his own world. A world where Trump already has the votes to replace the Affordable Care Act and pass tax reform; where hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico are getting "A-plus ...

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Reuters

Netanyahu lobbies world powers to stem Iraqi Kurd setbacks
Reuters
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is lobbying world powers to prevent further setbacks to Iraqi Kurds as they lose ground to Baghdad's army, Israeli officials say. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives at the ...

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NPR

Webcast: Can The World Finally Wipe Out Polio?
NPR
The world is incredibly close to wiping out polio. This year the number of polio cases has shrunk to fewer than a dozen. And those cases are in just two countries- Afghanistan and Pakistan. "We are definitely encouraged by the decline in number of ...

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Aljazeera.com

It's time for the world to stop ignoring Yemen
Aljazeera.com
Earlier this year, I left my home in Yemen to try to tell the world the story of a collapsing and suffering country, a story that largely has been ignored despite the United Nations calling it "the largest humanitarian crisis in the world". Ignored ...



Los Angeles Times

Dodgers rout Cubs 11-1 to advance to first World Series since 1988
Los Angeles Times
Inside the flock of Dodgers, a group headed to the World Series for the first time since 1988, Clayton Kershaw blended into the pack, relishing an 11-1 victory over the Cubs to clinch the National League pennant in Game 5 of the National League ...

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Los Angeles Times

Magic Johnson reacts to Dodgers' first World Series since 1988: 'Oh, I'm so excited'
Los Angeles Times
Speaking at halftime of the Lakers' season opener Thursday night at Staples Center, Magic Johnson reacted to the Dodgers' 11-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs that secured their first World Series appearance since 1988: “Oh, I'm so excited. This is a ...

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USA TODAY

Global pollution is the world's biggest killer and a threat to survival of mankind, study finds
USA TODAY
Pollution is the largest environmental cause of disease and premature death in the world, accounting for three times more deaths in 2015 than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined, according to a sweeping global study published Friday in The Lancet ...
Pollution is killing millions of people a year and the world is reaching 'crisis point', experts warnThe Independent
Study: World pollution deadlier than wars, disasters, hungerTimes of India

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New York Daily News

Baby Bombers' mojo is rising at right time and will lift Yankees to World Series
New York Daily News
It may well be this magical mystery Yankee joy ride comes to a screeching halt at the hands of Justin Verlander Friday night and this ALCS results in one of those affairs in which the home team wins every game. I'm just not seeing it that way — and I ...

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CBSSports.com

After the Dodgers make it World Series, Yasiel Puig explains why he licks his bat
CBSSports.com
The Dodgers decimated the Cubs, 11-1, in Game 5 on Thursday night in Wrigley Field to clinch the NL pennant and move on to the World Series for the first time since 1988. In the midst of the celebration, there were bound to be some fun discussions ...

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