Army-Navy game underway at Lincoln Financial Field
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It's quiet here outside the stadium now but inside that game is still underway. A fierce rivalry that finds itself in Philadelphia once again.
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Senate rebels against Trump, votes to withdraw US support for Saudi Arabia...
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Court: Trump can't let companies deny birth control coverage
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