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Trump, in Scotland, calls 'Brexit' result 'a great thing'

AYRSHIRE, Scotland — Donald Trump arrived in Scotland just as Britain was deciding to leave the European Union, and proclaimed the momentous departure “a great thing” and the subsequent decline of the British pound good for local companies — including his own Turnberry golf course....

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Cleveland, ACLU settle lawsuit for GOP convention demonstrations

The ACLU of Ohio and the city of Cleveland have negotiated a settlement to a federal court case in which the city’s plans for regulations governing demonstrations and parades during the Republican National Convention next month had been ruled unconstitutional....

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NHL draft chat - 06-24-16

Written by Seth Rorabaugh on .

We will be holding a chat for the first round of the NHL draft onight, direct from Buffalo.

The draft and the chat each begin at approximately 7 p.m. Please tune in.

Live Blog NHL Draft chat
 

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Penguins returning to black and yellow jerseys - 06-24-16

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They're back.

After nearly a quarter of a century of pigeons, diagonal spelling, faded striping across the midsection, Vegas gold, armpit stains, powder blue and dark blue, the Penguins are going back to their classic and arguably best look.

Today, the team announced it will wear black and yellow - or "Pittsburgh Gold" if you're into colorblind marketing spiel - full time starting next season. That means the Penguins will wear these colors at home and on the road.

The Penguins wore the black jersey for selected home games the past two regular seasons and every home playoff game this past season. The white jersey is returning for the first time since 1991-92.

The team wore some version of a this jersey starting in the mid-point of the 1979-80 season in order to capitalize on the popularity of the world champion Steelers and Pirates in the late 1970s. They stayed with this look for the most part until the 1992-93 season when former owner Howard Baldwin adopted the "pigeon" and "diagonal" jerseys. 

EN Says: Those are some brilliant jerseys. It's amazing the team hasn't worn either of these jerseys full time in over two decades. This is the team's look. Anything else looks wrong.

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Reports: Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Hillary Clinton

Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in November's presidential election, according to various media reports....

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