Alec Baldwin 'Rust' Head Gun Handler Had Doubts About Experience Level
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Alec Baldwin 'Rust' Head Gun Handler Had Doubts About Experience Level

The woman who handled weapons on the set for Alec Baldwin's film "Rust," had just taken up a job as a head armourer and admitted that she was unsure
Archer Will Get a Lucky 13th Season
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Archer Will Get a Lucky 13th Season

Sterling Archer, his animated series' namesake, was not killed by a three-year-long coma. FXX just ordered an eighth-episode thirteenth season of
Seattle Seahawks' Pete Carroll says NFL 'opened up a bit of a can of worms' with emphasis on taunting rule
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Seattle Seahawks' Pete Carroll says NFL 'opened up a bit of a can of worms' with emphasis on taunting rule

SEATTLE -- Pete Carroll, Seahawks coach, says he understands the NFL's goal to enforce the taunting rule more strictly. However, he feels the league
Patrick Reed 'likes' tweets disparaging captain Steve Stricker over Ryder Cup snub
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Patrick Reed 'likes' tweets disparaging captain Steve Stricker over Ryder Cup snub

Steve Stricker, captain of the U.S. Ryder Cup team, describes the phone call he made with Patrick Reed to inform him that he wasn't going to make it.
Patrick Reed: US Ryder Cup star was 'battling for life' with double pneumonia
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Patrick Reed: US Ryder Cup star was 'battling for life' with double pneumonia

Patrick Reed has won 12 events during his career on the PGA Tour and European Tours. Patrick Reed said he was "in a dark place" and "fighting for his
Patrick Reed 'getting stronger every day,' but feared for his life during bout with pneumonia
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Patrick Reed 'getting stronger every day,' but feared for his life during bout with pneumonia

ATLANTA -- Patrick Reed stated that he feared his life when he was admitted to Houston for double pneumonia two weeks ago. Reed stated Thursday that
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A New Orleans Gay Bar Inferno Killed 32. Roy Reed Was First to Report the Truth.

Jack Thornell/AP Roy Reed, a New Orleans journalist who died in 2017, is probably best remembered for his Civil Rights-era reporting in The New York
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Moscow court rejects appeal from imprisoned American

MOSCOW (AP), A Moscow court rejected Monday the appeal of an American imprisoned for his nine-year sentence for assaulting officers. Moscow City