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Milwaukee Bats Silent Again In 2-1 Loss To Cardinals

Sep 22, 2021
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Milwaukee still trying to win division but bats letting them down....

Nebraska Gives Well Account Of Themselves In 23-16 Lost To Oklahoma

Sep 18, 2021
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Nebraska were heavy underdogs against No#3 Oklahoma but surprised many with......

Milwaukee Take Two Out Of Three From The Reds But Big Series Awaiting Them

Aug 26, 2021
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Milwaukee take two out of three from Reds but big series coming in San Francisco...
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Taliban vow to respect women, despite history of oppression

Aug 19, 2021
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The Taliban vowed Tuesday to respect women's rights, forgive those who fought them and ensure Afghanistan does not become a haven for terrorists as part of a publicity blitz aimed at reassuring world powers and a fearful population. Following a lightning offensive across Afghanistan that saw many cities fall to the insurgents without a fight, the Taliban have sought to portray themselves as more moderate than when they imposed a strict form of Islamic rule in the late 1990s. But many Afghans remain skeptical — and thousands have raced to the airport, desperate to flee the country.
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Taliban promise women's rights, security under Islamic rule

Aug 17, 2021
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The Taliban vowed Tuesday to respect women's rights, forgive those who fought them and ensure Afghanistan does not become a haven for terrorists as part of a publicity blitz aimed at reassuring world powers and a fearful population.
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More US cities requiring proof of vaccination to go places

Aug 16, 2021
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Hold on to that vaccination card. A rapidly growing number of places across the U.S. are requiring people to show proof they have been inoculated against COVID-19 to teach school, work at a hospital, see a concert or eat inside a restaurant. Following New York City's lead, New Orleans and San Francisco will impose such rules at many businesses starting next week, while Los Angeles is looking into the idea.

Brewers Game Day Reset For The Chicago Cubs

Aug 09, 2021
Milwaukee travels to Chicago to take on the Cubs in a four game series which is important as the Brewers want to keep building on their lead in the NL Central...

What Did We Learn From The Brewers vs Giants Series Going Forward

Aug 09, 2021
The Milwaukee Brewers vs the San Francisco Giants lived up to the hype....

Bobby Bowden Passes Away At 91 As College Football Loses A Good Man And Coach

Aug 09, 2021
Bobby Bowden will be remember for many things during his life on earth from coach to father to a great human being........
Read more about ‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack
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‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack

Jul 26, 2021
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Workers were frozen out of files. Printers spewed out demands for money. Residents couldn't pay water bills, the government couldn't process payroll, police officers couldn't retrieve certain records. Across Texas, similar scenes played out in nearly two dozen communities hit by a cyberattack officials ultimately tied to a Russia-based criminal syndicate.