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Joey Chestnut's reign as top dog ends

Down goes Chestnut. Long live the "Megatoad."

Matthew "Megatoad" Stonie devoured 62 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes at Nathan's 99th International Hot Dog Eating Contest in New York on Saturday, beating eight-time champion Joey Chestnut by two.

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Nationals' Strasburg exits early with injury

WASHIINGTON -- Washington Nationals right-handed starter Stephen Strasburg left the game against the San Francisco Giants in the fourth inning Saturday after appearing to suffer an injury. After his first pitch to first baseman Brandon Belt...

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On July 4th, 2016ers descend on N.H., Iowa

For the 2016 presidential candidates, this Fourth of July weekend means a whole lot of barbeques, parades and fireworks -- and, of course, courting voters.

Around a dozen declared White House aspirants parachuted into the early primary states of New H...

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Aldridge to sign four-year deal with Spurs

Free agent power forward LaMarcus Aldridge made his decision Saturday and will sign a four-year, maximum contract with the San Antonio Spurs. Aldridge, who turns 30 on July 19, announced the news on Twitter: "I'm happy to say I'm going home...

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URGENT - New York Hot Dog Contest

(CNN) -- Matthew "Megatoad" Stonie won Nathan's 99th annual International Hot Dog Eating Contest at Brooklyn's Coney Island, eating 62 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. Defending champion Joey Chestnut, who had won the competition eight straight years...

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Romney: Trump's immigration comments hurting GOP

Mitt Romney said Saturday that Donald Trump's comments on Mexico and undocumented immigrants have hurt the Republican Party, making the 2012 presidential nominee the latest Republican to slam the billionaire over his controversial remarks.

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Police: Driver dies after crashing through Van Buren County church

Police say a 73-year-old man has died after slamming through the entryway of a Van Buren County church.

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Putin congratulates Obama on Independence Day

Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated President Barack Obama on Independence Day and expressed confidence that Russia and the United States can "find solutions" to international issues, the Kremlin said Saturday.

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