Wild Aiyuk stat highlights his importance to 49ers’ offense

Wild Aiyuk stat highlights his importance to 49ers’ offense originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area There is no understating what Brandon Aiyuk means to an electric 49ers offense. Even while the All-Pro wide receiver and San Francisco remain far apart in contract negotiations, with Aiyuk reportedly requesting a trade Tuesday, the 49ers and their […]

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New Louis Armstrong live album, recorded in 1968, released

New Louis Armstrong live album, recorded in 1968, released – CBS News Watch CBS News A live album recorded by Louis Armstrong three years before his death in 1971 has been released. It’s another moment in the spotlight for the beloved musician. Michelle Miller has more. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for

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Stephen Jones: An 18-game NFL season is “probably inevitable”

Cowboys Chief Operating Officer Stephen Jones thinks an 18-game NFL regular season is coming. And he thinks the players will embrace it. Jones says that adding another game to the regular season looks like a foregone conclusion at this point. Contrary to the many claims that the players would oppose a longer season, Jones believes

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Toll in Bangladesh rises beyond 100 as Dhaka falls quiet under curfew

DHAKA, Bangladesh — Life in the Bangladeshi capital ground to a halt Saturday morning as the government enforced a curfew to quell violent clashes between student protesters and security forces. Shops and businesses were closed and roads were largely empty in the typically congested city of 10 million people, save for military and paramilitary personnel.

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In this city, people say Russia must defeat Ukraine and the West at any cost

KIROV, Russia — In Kirov, a small city in the heart of western Russia, about 1,000 miles from the front lines in Ukraine, the war that initially few people wanted continues to fill graves in local cemeteries. But most residents now seem to agree with President Vladimir Putin that the bloodshed is necessary. “The U.S.

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Receiver reveals that Lions hid Amon-Ra St. Brown’s oblique injury for Week 4 at Packers

Sometimes, reality shows can be a little too real. The Giants are experiencing that this month, with Hard Knocks showing the world way too much about the inner workings of an NFL team during the crucial stages of the offseason. The Lions might be getting a little taste of it as well. During the first

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Perspective | Capital Fringe fest more or less retains its weirdo spirit

Like other resilient organisms, the Capital Fringe Festival has survived via frequent mutation. This year’s edition, the 17th, includes 34 productions, roughly a quarter as many as a decade ago, when the festival was at its most sprawling. Once again, it has moved, its five venues being split between the Edlavitch DCJCC, which hosts two,

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Afghanistan War Commission opens inquiry of America’s longest conflict

Against the backdrop of America’s roiling political landscape and two raging foreign wars, a coterie of former U.S. government officials and academics on Friday opened what will be an extensive examination of the United States’ 20-year foray in Afghanistan — the nation’s longest conflict. “Today we make history,” said Shamila N. Chaudhary, co-chair of the

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