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How Jackie Robinson’s Wife, Rachel, Helped Him Break Baseball’s Color Line

Jackie Robinson, who would have turned 100 on Jan. 31, is often remembered for his courage, athleticism, tenacity and sacrifice. By confronting Jim Crow – both as a baseball player and as a civil rights activist – he changed America.

Wisconsin Senate Refuses to Honor Colin Kaepernick

Republicans who control the Wisconsin Senate refused to mention NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick in a resolution honoring Black History Month passed Wednesday, rejecting calls from Democrats who said ignoring the Milwaukee native put them on the wrong side of history.

Decisions: Rockets Search the Buyout Market to Make Additions to the Roster

The 2019 NBA All-Star game will be played this weekend at the home of one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Yes, Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan will roll out the red carpet for athletes of all sports, ...

Super Matchup: Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots Prepare for Super Bowl 53

It is that special time of year again for all football fans. A time where many will make their way to the local grocery store and purchase an abundance of food to feed all the people that will attend the ...

Former NFL and Longhorns QB Vince Young arrested on DUI charge

Former Texas Longhorns and NFL quarterback Vince Young was arrested in Fort Bend County, Texas, early Monday on a charge of suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Young paid a $500 bond and was released.

Julian Edelman, the Patriots' do-it-all player, wins Super Bowl MVP

The NFL's version of a Swiss Army knife is Super Bowl LIII MVP.

Who scored and who wasted their money on Super Bowl ads

Crafting memorable Super Bowl advertising remains a formidable challenge, as companies try to navigate the complicated waters of celebrity endorsements, corporate branding, hot-button issues and commercials designed to pitch products.

The worst Super Bowl ever

The worst Super Bowl in history has just ended, and I am debating whether to:

New England Patriots win Super Bowl LIII for 6th title

The dynasty lives on. Once again, the New England Patriots are champions, grinding to win Super Bowl LIII 13-3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta -- and launching Tom Brady and Bill Belichick into a different stratosphere.

Super Bowl ratings still super, but drop for Rams-Patriots snoozer

Preliminary ratings for Sunday night's Super Bowl 53 show a 5% decline from last year's game.

What makes a celebrity endorsement a touchdown

On Sunday, Sarah Michelle Gellar will try to sell you Olay face cream. Adam Scott and 2 Chainz will pitch you Expensify to do your work expenses. And Christina Applegate is going to threaten some too-chatty anthropomorphic M&Ms from the ...

Kitzbuhel: Why Arnie can't miss skiing's bucket-list party

Their giant cow bells clanging in time, they march through Kitzbuhel's narrow streets. This merry band of Swiss ski racing fans draws crowds like the pied piper and sets a new benchmark in an already unique alpine scene.

History Making African American Female Judges honored by Globetrotters

On the heels of making history and inspiring a nation, the judges of Harris County will be honored by the Harlem Globetrotters, a team known for breaking down social and cultural barriers for 93 years.

Just 33 years old, Sean McVay has the attention of Bill Belichick -- and the rest of the NFL

Speaking to reporters last week, Bill Belichick was asked if he's gotten to know his Super Bowl LIII opponent, Rams head coach Sean McVay.

Strong Case

The 2018-19 NBA season has started off with a bang, but no louder sound can be heard than that of starting shooting guard for the Houston Rockets, James Harden. Yes, I know that there has been plenty of stories and ...

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