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- USA TODAY Sports
Disputed Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit died Monday morning after a workout at Santa Anita Park, according to trainer Bob Baffert.
- Celtics Wire
Celtics trade two veterans and a young wing to secure the team’s third star in new B/R trade proposal
It's not implausible, and we'd have to think about this one a while before making a decision.
- The Daily Beast
Exit International Switzerland has just legalized a new way to die by assisted suicide. The country’s medical review board has just given authorization for use of the Sarco Suicide Pod, which is a 3-D-printed portable coffin-like capsule with windows that can be transported to a tranquil place for a person’s final moments of life. Conventional assisted-suicide methods have generally involved a chemical substance. Inventor Philip Nitschke of Exit International told the website SwissInfo.ch that h
- Road & Track
Verstappen's additional time penalty of ten seconds does not change the final result of the race.
- Good Housekeeping
'The Voice' coaches Ariana Grande and Kelly Clarkson were featured on the new NBC show 'That's My Jam.' After competing, Ariana walked off the stage when Kelly sang Whitney Houston's 'I'll Always Love You.'
- Yahoo TV
Chris Noth defends Sarah Jessica Parker amid fallout with Kim Cattrall: 'I feel very protective of her'
The real-life Big addresses the "sad and uncomfortable" situation with his "Sex and the City" co-starts.
- Broncos Wire
A video of Broncos rookie guard blowing up Chiefs defender Melvin Ingram already has more than 1.3 million views.
The temperature was 76 degrees early on the Aug. day when Ellen Chung, Jonathan Gerrish, their daughter Miju, and their dog died, but peaked at 109
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- The Daily Beast
Screenshot/TwitterWASHINGTON, D.C.—A group of white supremacists stormed through downtown Washington, D.C. on Saturday evening, bearing American flags and mildly menacing plastic shields while marching to the beat of a snare drum down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. But after chanting aggressively about their plans to “reclaim America,” their intended show of force stalled spectacularly when they lost their ride.While the group had marched through the city with threatening chants about their
- The Columbus Dispatch
Coach Ryan Day said freshman quarterback Quinn Ewers' decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal caught him a little bit off guard.
- York Daily Record
Woman wins court battle over treating her husband's COVID-19 with ivermectin. That was just the beginning.
Darla Smith went to court to compel UPMC Memorial to treat her husband's COVID-19 with ivermectin. It led to a struggle to do so.
Sandra Bullock Shares Funny ‘Oops’ Moment That Happened During Nude Scene with Ryan Reynolds in ‘The Proposal’
While the Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds rom-com The Proposal...
- Gators Wire
One day into Napier's tenure, there have already been some notable additions and changes to his staff.
- NBC Sports
Lillard fired back at parts of the report.
Amy and David Carson were high school sweethearts. “It’s quite an extended family community,” Amy Carson, 45, tells TIME. Which was in part why Carson wanted her only child Olivia to attend Bangor Christian as well.
- The New York Times
In a tense arraignment Saturday morning, James and Jennifer Crumbley listened by videoconference from separate jail cells as they were charged with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shootings of four Oxford High School students, who, police say, were gunned down by the couple’s 15-year-old son, Ethan. As the judge read each of the charges, one for each of the four students, she asked Jennifer Crumbley if she understood. “I understand,” Crumbley said tearfully. Sign up for The Morning newslet
- Badgers Wire
Wisconsin to play Arizona State for the first time since we learned about Pac 12 referees
- Ducks Wire
Mario Cristobal is leaving Oregon. Who should replace him? These are a few names to watch.
- Miami Herald
“It’s got hand-painted, graffiti-like murals on the walls that depict certain parts of the owner’s life,” the listing agent said.