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Mo Salah will not face prosecution after Liverpool reported him to the police after he appeared to use his mobile phone while driving in August.
Haaretz: Major Israeli television broadcasters cancel planed merger
WashingtonPost: Three books to help kids of all ages cope with the challenges life throws their way
WashingtonPost: Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes leads a contentious NFL MVP race
WashingtonPost: Le’Veon Bell, James Conner seem to be on a collision course
WashingtonPost: Patriots will take action against fan who threw beer at Chiefs' Tyreek Hill
WashingtonPost: Matt Wieters could return to the Nationals, though a starting role is quite unlikely
WashingtonPost: After two losses, Capitals’ practice takes a surprise turn
FOX: Dems worry of 2016-style stumbles, as GOP sees chance of holding off 'wave'
FOX: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship timeline, from first meeting to royal baby announcement
FOX: CBS to develop police drama inspired by James Patterson’s ‘Texas Ranger’ novel
FOX: Bob Hugin: Our campaign is about solutions
FOX: Confessions of a yacht deckhand
CNN: This is an actual painting on display in President Trump's White House
CBS: Shelter gets outpouring of support after taking in 65 rescued beagles
CBC: 'Pay up,' Sen. Elizabeth Warren tells Trump
BBC: Voters split over post-Brexit economy, survey suggests
BBC: Welfare reform 'driving women to sex work'
USA Today: Jeff Sessions names MS-13 as top transnational crime threat, ahead of drug cartels
USA Today: Tottenham opposes selling temporary Wembley home to Khan
USA Today: No. 3 Clemson, No. 16 NC State set to meet after bye weeks
USA Today: Diamondbacks' Paul Goldschmidt a perfect fit for the Yankees?
Wall Street Journal: U.S.-Saudi Tensions Put Oil-Price Discounts Into Play
Daily Mail: Video: Hear her roar! Melissa McCarthy steps out in leopard-print coat