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What a career for the Lynx great.
Agents took classified documents from the former president's home as part of an unprecedented investigation.
The Palm Beach County Sports Commission is looking forward to building on a record year.
Alec Bohm leads Phillies to 2-1 win in extras
Juan Soto had two hits and got a standing ovation in his return to Washington, and San Diego beat the Nationals 10-5 on Friday night after Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. was suspended 80 games for a positive drug test.
Keiser football is a day away from full-contact practices and two weeks out from opening the season.
MONTREAL — Felix Auger-Aliassime stood at the back of the IGA Stadium hardcourt with one hand on his hip and a look of astonishment on his face. Casper Ruud managed to get his racket on an overhead smash late in Friday's quarterfinal at the National Bank Open, the return floating over Auger-Aliassime's head and inside the baseline. Auger-Aliassime scrambled back but his shot found the net. Nothing was working for him on this day — not even the tennis equivalent of a slam dunk — in a 6-1, 6-2 rou
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Medics are seeing the funny side of hospital work in stand-up comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.
The Oxford Hills based team will face Weymouth, Massachusetts on Saturday.
Dodgers stay hot with clutch hitting to beat Royals
The suspect detained over the stabbing of Sir Salman Rushdie is reported to have been carrying a fake driving licence using the name of a Hizbollah leader allied to slain Iranian general Qassim Soleimani.
In a late-Friday move Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper chain, executed layoffs at outlets across the country. While no official tally was available, journalists at the Athens (Georgia) Banner-Herald, (South Texas) Caller-Times, Columbia (Missouri) Daily Tribune, Ventura County Star, St. Cloud (Minnesota) Times, Monroe (Louisiana) News-Star, Billerica (Massachusetts) Minuteman, (Milwaukee) Journal Sentinel, Panama City (Florida) […]
Son Ik-chung/NetflixThere are thousands upon thousands of action movies and yet virtually none deliver the sheer, gonzo pandemonium of The Carter, a film of such bravura showmanship that, with each successive set piece, it feels like it’s actively shaming its genre brethren. South Korean director Jung Byung-gil’s prior The Villainess was its own masterpiece of brutality, and from a purely technical standpoint, his latest is so jaw-droppingly impressive that it definitively establishes the auteur
"He is a charming boy who is finding his way," Martha Stewart said of Pete Davidson, following his split from girlfriend Kim Kardashian after nine months of dating
J.D. Martinez cracked a game-tying single in the 9th and Tommy Pham walked it off for the Red Sox in the 10th, beating the Yankees 3-2
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/Getty/Handout/City of AlbuquerqueAs more details emerge about the criminal history of Muhammad Syed, 51, charged in the murders of two Muslim men in Albuquerque, and a prime suspect in the killing of two more, the family of one of the victims blames police for not intervening sooner.Sharief Ahmadi Hadi, the brother of murder victim Mohammad “Zahir” Ahmadi, says that prime suspect, Muhammad Syed, regularly harassed his family and slashed th
TORONTO — Cleveland Guardians teammates Cal Quantrill and Josh Naylor demonstrated you can go home again and thrive. The fellow Canadians were at their best in an 8-0 thrashing of the Toronto Blue Jays before 41,677 at Rogers Centre on Friday. Quantrill (9-5), a native of Port Hope, Ont., pitched seven innings, allowing only a double to Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to snatch his first MLB win on home soil and a career-high ninth victory on the season. Naylor, a Mississauga, Ont., native, gave his teamm
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Canadian middleweight Aaron Jeffery, fighting on just eight days notice, upset (The Gentleman) Austin Vanderford in short order Friday on the undercard of Bellator 284. Vanderford (12-2-0) was coming off a February loss to then-Bellator middleweight champion Gegard (The Dreamcatcher) Mousasi and is ranked No. 2 among 185-pound Bellator contenders. "It's huge," Jeffery said of the win. "He's a big-name guy, No. 2 in the division. People know who he is. Nobody knows who I am. A
Longtime minor leaguer Wynton Bernard singled, stole a base and scored in his major league debut, helping the Colorado Rockies beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-3 on Friday night. Brian Serven homered, Dinelson Lamet (1-1) pitched a perfect seventh inning for the win and Carlos Estévez worked the ninth for his second save. The 31-year-old Bernard toiled in the minors for more than 10 years before having his contract selected by Colorado on Friday.