12 October 2016
Red Cross phone bank takes place for Hurricane Matthew victimsAt 9 a.m., Matthew was centered about 30 miles southeast of Charleston, its winds having dropped to 75 mph, a Category 1 storm. The storm's eye is about 40 miles off of Cape Canaveral-in layperson's terms, about half the way up Florida's Atlantic coast.
Ravens fire Trestman, name Mornhingweg offensive coordinatorFive weeks into the National Football League season, the Baltimore Ravens and New York Giants are in the same hole. What Harbaugh hopes to get from Mornhinweg is more clutch decisions in crunch time and more points on the board.
Bengals go from drubbing in Dallas to Brady in New EnglandAaron Rodgers has not been at his best this season, but unlike the last few seasons he has not had to getting a lot of help. The Packers' fans are used to seeing a high scoring bunch where Rodgers puts up a ton of yards and leads his teams to wins.
Matthew's punch still delivers pain to North CarolinaThe rescue teams returned to work Tuesday across eastern North Carolina as the deluge rolled downstream toward the Atlantic Ocean. The full extent of the disaster in North Carolina was still unclear, but it appeared that thousands of homes were damaged.
Clinton pulls into 5-point lead over Trump — UPI/CVoter pollIn an interview with Katie Couric, the Bill Clinton-appointed Justice called Kaepernick's protests "dumb and disrespectful". Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St.