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Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

Staggered by Adam Duvall’s grand slam in the first inning, Correa and Alex Bregman ended their slumps in a hurry. They kept swinging, refusing to let their season slip away and rallying past the Atlanta Braves 9-5 early Monday to cut their Series deficit to 3-2.

Treasurer debate: Davidson vs. Pellicciotti

The candidates for Washington state treasurer, incumbent Republican Duane Davidson and Democrat Mike Pellicciotti, debate in a forum hosted by the Benton-Franklin chapter of the League of Women Voters of Washington.

John Davidson takes reins of Rangers’ rare rebuilding project

New team president John Davidson is taking the reins of a rare rebuilding project for the New York Rangers. Davidson helped turn things around for the Blues and Blue Jackets and is now in charge of trying to win the first Stanley Cup for New York since 1994. The former Rangers goaltender and broadcaster is ready for that challenge but won’t rush the process.

Coming home: John Davidson to run Rangers, leaves Blue Jackets

John Davidson has been hired as president of the New York Rangers hours after leaving his post with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Davidson rejoined the organization he was synonymous with as a goaltender and a longtime broadcaster and will try to turn the Rangers back into a contender. He leaves the Blue Jackets in a much better position than they were in when he took over as president of hockey operations seven years ago.

Dan Crenshaw: ‘SNL’ mocked my appearance. Here’s why I didn’t demand an apology.

The past couple of weeks have been unusual for me, to say the least. After a year of hard campaigning for Congress in Texas and gradually entering the public sphere, I was hit by a sudden, blinding spotlight. But I have no complaints – it wasn’t as bad as some other challenges I’ve faced, like a sudden, blinding IED explosion. (See what I did there? “Saturday Night Live” has created a comedic monster.) On the Nov. 3 show, “SNL”’s Pete Davidson mocked my appearance – “he lost his eye in war ... or whatever,” Davidson said, referring to the eye patch I wear. His line about my looking like a “hit man in a porno movie” was significantly less infuriating, albeit a little strange. I woke up on the Sunday morning after the show to hundreds of texts about what Davidson had said. A lot of America wasn’t happy. People thought some lines still shouldn’t be crossed.

Harley is winning in Europe-without a trade war

While President Donald Trump rails at Europeans for restricting trade and a reluctance to buy Detroit’s automobiles, the Milwaukee-based motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson proves every day that consumers across the Atlantic are willing to buy American.

Trump threatens Harley-Davidson with tax punishment for move

President Donald Trump sought Tuesday to avoid blame for Harley-Davidson’s decision to move some motorcycle production overseas and threatened to tax the manufacturer “like never before!” as punishment for the planned production shift.

Wisconsin’s Harley-loving governor put in bind with Trump

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s full-throttled love of Harley-Davidson motorcycles has been intertwined with his rising political career, but now he must navigate revved up criticism of the Milwaukee-based company from President Donald Trump.