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Crutchlow wins Australian MotoGP, Marquez crashes

LCR Honda's British rider Cal Crutchlow has won the MotoGP race on Australia's Phillip Island on October 23, 2016Great Britain's Cal Crutchlow won only his second MotoGP with victory in the Australian race at Phillip Island on Sunday.

Defense rests: No. 16 Oklahoma beats Texas Tech 66-59

Oklahoma's Joe Mixon (25) catches a touchdown pass in front of Texas Tech Jah'Shawn Johnson (7) during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Lubbock, Texas. (Brad Tollefson /Lubbock Avalanche-Journal via AP)LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) ? Baker Mayfield knew Texas Tech's offense would put up points Saturday night.

Afghan opium cultivation jumps 10% in 2016: UN

Afghan farmers harvest opium sap from a poppy field in Surkh Rod District, of Nangarhar province near JalalabadAfghanistan saw a 10 percent jump in opium cultivation this year, the United Nations said, a sharp rise after a drop last year for the first time since 2009.

UPSET! Penn State topples No. 2 Ohio State 24-21

Penn State coach James Franklin, center, celebrates with the crowd after the team's 24-21 win over Ohio State during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in State College, Pa. (Abby Drey/Centre Daily Times via AP)STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) ? The white out in the stands became the white out on the field as Penn State fans mobbed their Nittany Lions. Well after the biggest victory of the post-Joe Paterno era was over, the cries of "We Are! Penn State!" echoed underneath 56-year-old Beaver Stadium and bounced off its big rusty metal beams.

Art-loving US couple gives Paris multi-million dollar collection

American art lovers Marlene (C) and Spencer (R) Hays speak with French President Francois Hollande after receiving the Legion d'Honneur in ParisA Texan couple who discovered their love for art during a trip to Paris in the 1970s are to donate the multi-million dollar collection they have amassed since to the French capital. Businessman Spencer Hays and his wife Marlene were in the city Saturday to formalise the first instalment of their donation -- 187 works including pieces by Edgar Degas and Amedeo Modigliani worth around 173 million euros ($188 million) -- to the Musee d'Orsay. "After our death, our collection will be gifted to the French people for the benefit of art lovers around the world.

Confident Clinton steps up in battle for Congress

Donald Trump expanded on some of his plans for the first 100 days of his presidency in his 45-minute "Gettysburg address"With polls giving her the edge on Election Day, Democratic White House nominee Hillary Clinton said she planned to work hard to see her party make gains in Congress. Speaking to reporters aboard her campaign plane, the 68-year-old former secretary of state said she no longer wished to respond to the attacks or provocations of her opponent Donald Trump in the run-up to the November 8 vote. Barnstorming through key swing states on Saturday, the candidates provided a study in contrast -- Clinton was the picture of optimism and inclusion, while Trump lobbed scathing attacks at his critics, including his female accusers, the media and Clinton herself.

Chicago man roots on Cubs from Bartman's seat

A Chicago-area man sits in the same seat that Steve Bartman had for Game 6 of the NL Championship Series on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Chicago. Providing only his first name and very few details, Bryan said he knew ahead of time he was sitting in the same spot Bartman made famous during Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, and he was just excited to root on the Cubs as they tried for their first pennant since 1945. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)CHICAGO (AP) ? The man walked down the aisle and put his stuff on the most notorious seat in Wrigley Field. His wife waited somewhere else, avoiding the scene for the moment.

Baez, Lester share NLCS MVP award

Chicago Cubs' Jon Lester, left, and Javier Baez celebrate after Game 6 of the National League baseball championship series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Chicago. The Cubs won 5-0 to win the series and advance to the World Series against the Cleveland Indians. Lester and Baez were named co-MVP of the series. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)CHICAGO (AP) ? When Jon Lester was a free agent two years ago, one of the reasons he decided to sign with the Chicago Cubs was a group of promising prospects that included all-around dynamo Javier Baez.

Cubs beat Dodgers 5-0 to reach 1st World Series since 1945

Cubs beat Dodgers 5-0 to reach 1st World Series since 1945Anthony Rizzo caught the ball for the final out and Wrigley Field erupted. "I'm sleeping with this thing tonight," the Chicago Cubs first baseman told the pulsating crowd moments later, kissing ...

Cubs fans dare to dream as Chicago's 'lovable losers' go to World SeriesBy Nick Carey and Timothy Mclaughlin CHICAGO (Reuters) - Jubilant fans of the Chicago Cubs erupted in celebration on Saturday when the franchise clinched a berth in this year's World Series, pumped up by the dizzying prospect that their team could win Major League Baseball's top prize for the first time since 1908. Chicago's North Side turned into a roving street party as thousands of people wearing "Cubbie" blue spilled out of Wrigley Field after witnessing the team vanquish the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0, giving the Cubs the National League championship for the first time in more than 70 years. Long known as "lovable losers," the Cubs now have their sights set on an even more elusive prize: winning the franchise's first World Series title in more than a century and ending the longest drought of its kind in professional sports.