Friday, September 18, 2020
Friday, September 18, 2020

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Philly Mayor Allows Protests, But CLOSES Eagles Stadium Parking Lots to Avoid ‘Tailgating’

Philadelphia’s mayor has banned his own residents from enjoying their day outdoors before the Eagles face off with the Rams.

Philadelphia Eagles Lose FIRST GAME After COVID Lockdown, Fans Ditch Defiant NFL

The Philadelphia Eagles had their wings clipped Sunday evening — losing their FIRST game of the season after a lengthy coronavirus lockdown.

Houston Texans Cowered in Their Locker Room During the National Anthem Thursday

The Houston Texans remained in their locker room during the national anthem Thursday.

Flyers Defeat NY Islanders in DOUBLE Overtime, Officially Tying the Stanley Cup Playoff Series

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the NY Islanders Thursday night, officially tying the series, Your Content is first to report.

Flyers Win Against Islanders, Bringing the Series to 2-3

The defeated the NY Islanders Tuesday night, ​landing them just one game away from tying the series.

Flyers Lose to Islanders 3-2

The Flyers have lost against the New York Islanders, Your Content has learned.

NBA Players Will Return to the Court Saturday, Ending Tense 2 Day Boycott

The NBA will resume playoff games on Saturday after boycotts that began on Wednesday.

Milwaukee Brewers Also Forfeit Tonight’s Game to Cincinnati Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers have joined with the Milwaukee Bucks in boycotting games over the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha.

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Joe Biden Recommends NOT Replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Until AFTER Election So He Can Pick If He Wins

Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden is requesting that Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s filled at the time being.

Gloria Allred Reacts to Death of Justice Ruth Ginsburg: ‘She Was The Greatest Justice Ever for Women’

Famed women's rights attorney Gloria Allred is grieving the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dead at 87

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died, Supreme Court says, Your Content can tragically report. She was 87.

Delco: Glen Mills School Abusive Counselor Who Beat Teen, 17, Gets Two Years Probation

A man accused of beating a student at Glen Mills School under his capacity as a school counselor was handed a sentence of two years probation.
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Judge Lets Pennsylvania Pedophile Politician Charged with 15 Felonies to Remain On Streets Pending Trial with No Bail Required

A Pennsylvania pedophile politician is charged with fifteen counts of possessing child pornography but remains free on bail.

Pennsylvania Pedophile Pastor Sentenced to 200 Years in Federal Prison for Raping an INFANT

In the video, the pedophile pastor’s voice can be heard repeatedly saying: “that’s a good boy.”

Facebook and Instagram Outages Reported Across Globe

Instagram is down and millions of users across the world are experiencing an outage affecting news feeds and logins in both Instagram and Facebook.

Global Cases of COVID-19 Tops 30 Million

President Donald Trump confidently declared a vaccine would soon be available for the American people.
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Jerry Harris, Netflix Docuseries ‘Cheer’ Star Arrested for Child Pornography

The star of Netflix docuseries “Cheer” was arrested Thursday on federal child pornography charges.

Nigeria to Sentence Future Rapists to DEATH and CASTRATION Under New Laws

Anyone raping a child under age 14 will face the death penalty under the new legislation.

Taylor Swift Stalker Sentenced to 30 Months Imprisonment for Threatening Tay

An Austin man has been sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to stalking and sending threatening letters and emails.

Philly Cop Gives Chilling Details About the Day She Was Shot SEVENTEEN TIMES by A Rapist

'I was parked using the phone, when someone I never met before decided that he was going to take my life' Sergeant Young said Wednesday.
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