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The Murdaugh family saga: a tangled web of secrets and murder

Court documents say lawyer arranged for hitman to kill him

Alex Murdaugh, a South Carolina lawyer whose wife and son were killed in June, was arrested in connection to an insurance fraud scheme that court documents say involved Murdaugh arranging for his own killing so his surviving son could collect the life insurance payout. CNN’s Martin Savidge has the latest developments.

Alex Murdaugh is being sued by the survivor of a boat crash that involved his late son

Alex Murdaugh, the prominent South Carolina attorney who has become embroiled in a scandal involving drug abuse and a botched life insurance fraud plot, is now being sued by a survivor of the 2019 boat crash involving his son.

NFL Sunday notebook: Matt Stafford must prove why Rams traded for him – and that he can beat Tom Brady

Sure, the marquee matchup of the undefeated Rams and Bucs involves much more than QBs Matt Stafford and Tom Brady. But let’s not kid ourselves.

Mallory Beach’s death is one strand of the web of secrets and scandal involving South Carolina’s prominent Murdaugh family

Ohtani hits consecutive triples, Angels rout Mariners 14-1

Shohei Ohtani tripled in his first two at-bats and the Los Angeles Angels routed Seattle 14-1 on Saturday night, ending the Mariners’ six-game winning streak and damaging their playoff chances.

Belt homers twice, Giants top Rockies to boost NL West lead

Brandon Belt wasn’t thinking too deep about his team’s looming home run record.

Baylor Romney helps No. 15 BYU outlast South Florida 35-27

Baylor Romney is turning into the football equivalent of an ace relief pitcher for BYU. When the Cougars need him to step in and run the offense on short notice, he delivers winning results.

David Marcus: In Del Rio, Texas, locals are still in shock, grateful for border agents

In Del Rio, Texas, this weekend the mood can be described as the quiet after the storm. The mass of migrant humanity under the bridge here has been broom cleaned by the Biden administration. But the place is still shook.

College football Week 4 report card: High marks for flag-planting, Skittles break

Grading Week 4 of college football: Flag-planting 101; Wisconsin fans can’t keep up with “Jump Around,” and an official takes a snack break.