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49ers' Foster pleads no contest to misdemeanor weapons charge

Through his lawyer, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster pleaded guilty Wednesday to the misdemeanor weapons possession charge stemming from the incident with his ex-girlfriend in January, according to David Lombardi of The Athletic. Foster will receive a two-year probation as part of his sentence. More to come. <stro… NFL | theScore

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NFL Day 2 Mock Draft: Offensive weapons fly off the board early

With Thursday night’s first-round selections in the books, theScore projects the picks on Day 2 of the NFL draft. Round 2 33. Browns – Harold Landry, DE, Boston College Landry, potentially the top player available entering Day 2, is scooped up by the Browns here and offers explosion as a bookend to Myles Garrett. 34. Giants – Will Hernandez, OG, ...

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Worley charged with weapons violations, DUI after Sunday arrest

Daryl Worley was charged with multiple offenses, including weapons violations and driving under the influence, following an arrest Sunday morning, the Philadelphia police told <a href="http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/eagles/daryl-worley-eagles-charges-dui-firearms-disorderly-conduct-released-… NFL | theScore

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Russian Nuclear Weapons That Can't Be Intercepted Announced By Vladimir Putin

MOSCOW — Russia has tested an array of new strategic nuclear weapons that can’t be intercepted, President Vladimir Putin declared Thursday, claiming a technological breakthrough that could dramatically increase Russia’s military capability, boost the Kremlin’s global position and also raise Western concerns about a potential renewed arms race in the 21st century. Speaking in a state-of-the-nation speech, Putin said the ...

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L.A. bans pepper spray, baseball bats, weapons and other items at protests

Los Angeles lawmakers voted Tuesday to ban protesters from carrying pepper spray, baseball bats, glass bottles, stun gunsand other potentially dangerous items in the wake of clashes in Berkeley, Charlottesville, Va., and other cities. The City Council voted 13 to 1 to pass an ordinance that would prohibit a long list of items at rallies, demonstrations and public ass… Baseball ...

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L.A. bans pepper spray, baseball bats, weapons and other items at protests

Los Angeles lawmakers voted Tuesday to ban protesters from carrying pepper spray, baseball bats, glass bottles, stun gunsand other potentially dangerous items in the wake of clashes in Berkeley, Charlottesville, Va., and other cities. The City Council voted 13 to 1 to pass an ordinance that would prohibit a long list of items at rallies, demonstrations and public ass… Baseball ...

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L.A. bans pepper spray, baseball bats, weapons and other items at protests

The new law, which was passed as an “urgency ordinance,” will probably go into effect within days, according to city officials. Protests against the Trump administration are expected in major cities across the country, including L.A., on Saturday, according to online posts by activist groups and Los Angeles Police Department officials who declined to be identified. Let’s block ads!

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L.A. bans pepper spray, baseball bats, weapons and other items at protests

Los Angeles lawmakers voted Tuesday to ban protesters from carrying pepper spray, baseball bats, glass bottles, stun gunsand other potentially dangerous items in the wake of clashes in Berkeley, Charlottesville, Va., and other cities. The City Council voted 13 to 1 to pass an ordinance that would prohibit a long list of items at rallies, demonstrations and public ass… Baseball ...

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L.A. bans pepper spray, baseball bats, weapons and other items at protests

Los Angeles lawmakers voted Tuesday to ban protesters from carrying pepper spray, baseball bats, glass bottles, stun gunsand other potentially dangerous items in the wake of clashes in Berkeley, Charlottesville, Va., and other cities. The City Council voted 13 to 1 to pass an ordinance that would prohibit a long list of items at rallies, demonstrations and public ass… Baseball ...

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L.A. bans pepper spray, baseball bats, weapons and other items at protests

Los Angeles lawmakers voted Tuesday to ban protesters from carrying pepper spray, baseball bats, glass bottles, stun gunsand other potentially dangerous items in the wake of clashes in Berkeley, Charlottesville, Va., and other cities. The City Council voted 13 to 1 to pass an ordinance that would prohibit a long list of items at rallies, demonstrations and public ass… Baseball ...

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