Sport

Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal after 22 seasons with club

Longtime Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will step down at the end of the season after 22 seasons, the club announced Friday.

United States

Teen who helped find missing friend's body was the killer, police say

A California teen who led a search party to the body of his missing friend -- a local high school sports star -- was the one who stabbed him and dumped his body near a riverbed, police said Thursday.

Sport

Lance Armstrong settles $100M lawsuit with US government

Lance Armstrong has reached a $5 million settlement with the federal government in a whistleblower lawsuit that could have sought $100 million in damages from the cyclist who was stripped of his record seven Tour de France victories after admitting he use

Life & Style

2018 Kia Stinger: A name worth remembering

Kia is looking to kick butt and take names in the compact luxury sports sedan segment.

Sport

Alex Rodriguez's nephew kidnapped in New York City hotel over $600G Lamborghini sale

Alex Rodriguez’s nephew was kidnapped and held for ransom in a New York City hotel early Thursday after a deal involving two people and a $600,000 Lamborghini went bad.

Sport

Rob Gronkowski buys stake in Kentucky Derby horse named after him

Rob Gronkowski has a horse in the Kentucky Derby – and it shares his name.

Sport

McKayla Maroney: Larry Nassar exploited me when coaches withheld food

Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney said former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar exploited her vulnerabilities when her coaches withheld food -- almost to the point of starvation.

Sport

New York Yankees superstars respond to girl's viral video on bullying trauma

New York Yankees superstars rallied around a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl whose Facebook video about being bullied in elementary school went viral.

Sport

TNT reporter asks LeBron James about death of Spurs coach's wife, gets slammed on social media

A TNT basketball reporter was slammed on social media Wednesday night after asking LeBron James about the death earlier in the day of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich’s wife.

United States

Man stole ticket from Don Larsen's 1956 perfect game, police say

A Louisiana man this week had a valuable World Series ticket from New York Yankees pitcher Don Larsen’s 1956 perfect game — the only perfect game thrown during a World Series — stolen by a homeless man he had befriended, according to authorities.

Sport

Erin Popovich, wife of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, dies at 67

Erin Popovich, the wife of San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, has died, the team announced Wednesday evening. She was 67.

Sport

Drunk ski jump over a crowd of spectators leads to criminal investigation after 2 injured

An ill-advised, inebriated jump over a crowd of spectators at a ski competition in Colorado has led to a criminal investigation after two people were injured, authorities said.

Entertainment

WWE Hall of Famer Bruno Sammartino dead at 82

Professional wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino died Wednesday, WWE announced. He was 82.

Politics

Big names in showbiz, sports, business pay tribute to Barbara Bush

Former first lady Barbara Bush passed away Tuesday night at the age of 92, a spokesman for the Bush family confirmed.

Life & Style

Ford Mustang to enter NASCAR Cup series in 2019

NASCAR is getting a little more muscle in 2019.

Sport

Florida woman hit in face with puck at NHL playoff game

A Florida woman went to a playoff game to cheer on the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday, but unfortunately left the arena with more than she bargained for.

Entertainment

Brett Favre reportedly blew his 'Monday Night Football' audition

After striking out on Peyton Manning for “Monday Night Football,” ESPN has considered big names, like Brett Favre, and not as big, like Booger McFarland, while holding auditions as if it were “American Idol.”

Sport

Longtime Spurs fans 'turned off' by coach Gregg Popovich's anti-Trump comments, report says

Once-dedicated fans of the NBA's seventh-seeded San Antonio Spurs are increasingly spurning the team because of its head coach's virulent anti-Trump comments, according to a new report.

Life & Style

Kyle Busch wins rain-delayed Bristol NASCAR race

Kyle Busch stood on the hood of his No. 18 Toyota shaking his fists as the snow began falling around him.

Sport

Boston Marathon winner Desiree Linden first American woman to win since 1985

As she crossed the finish line, Desiree "Desi" Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in more than three decades. Here's what to know about the athlete.

Sport

Ex-Philadelphia Eagles player Daryl Worley charged after police tased, arrested him

Former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley was charged Monday, a day after police used a Taser on him and arrested the football player after he allegedly became combative.

Sport

Hal Greer, Basketball Hall of Famer and Philadelphia 76ers legend, dead at 81

Basketball Hall of Famer Hal Greer has died, the NBA announced Monday. He was 81.

Sport

Keith Hernandez speeds from work to his Long Island home and police don't blink an eye, he says

It appears New York Mets legend Keith Hernandez is still beloved across the state -- especially by police officers patrolling the highways.

United States

Boston Marathon 2018's route, history, time

Runners, take your places – the Boston Marathon kicks off on April 16.

Sport

Youth baseball coaches allegedly talked of 'beaning' only girl player: report

The parent of the only girl player in a youth baseball league in New Hampshire said he found out that two coaches talked about beaning his 11-year-old daughter in hopes to intimidate the girl so that she would stop playing, Fosters.com reported.

Life & Style

Rain delays end of Bristol NASCAR race to Monday as Kyle Larson leads

Kyle Larson will have to wait another day to try to capture his first NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season.

Sport

Philadelphia Eagles player Daryl Worley arrested after being subdued with stun gun, report says

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley was shocked with a stun gun and arrested Sunday morning when he became combative after police found him sleeping in a vehicle blocking a highway, according to a report.

Sport

Golfer Kelly Kraft hits bird in flight with tee shot; misses cut by one stroke

Kelly Kraft got a birdie, just not the one he wanted at the RBC Heritage.

Sport

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo wins Chinese Grand Prix

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo yanked off his right shoe, poured champagne into it as he stood on the podium, and then drank up to his unlikely victory in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.

Sport

Injured Humboldt Broncos get visit from Stanley Cup

Some of the survivors recovering in hospital rooms following the deadly April 6 crash of a Canadian hockey team's bus welcomed a surprise visitor Friday night -- the National Hockey League's famed Stanley Cup trophy.

Sport

Boxer wearing 'America 1st' border wall trunks crumbles against Mexican opponent

An American boxer wearing boxing trunks depicting a brick-like border wall was unable to stop a Mexican opponent from winning a decisive victory in Southern California.

United States

Woman declines to sing national anthem at minor league game because she can't bring her gun

After being offered an opportunity to sing the national anthem before a Nevada minor league baseball game, a woman has decided to turn it down after learning that she can’t bring her gun to the stadium.

United States

Boston Marathon's first official female runner relives bombings: 'Running makes you fearless'

Kathrine Switzer, who became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon in 1967, relives the marathon bombings on the 5th anniversary.

Sport

Colin Kaepernick: From Super Bowl quarterback to NFL outcast amid national anthem controversy

Jobless quarterback Colin Kaepernick reportedly still won't stand for the playing of the national anthem -- and it appears NFL teams still can't stand it.

Sport

Oklahoma City Thunder slam broadcaster for 'cotton-picking' comment

The Oklahoma City Thunder slammed a broadcaster Thursday for using the "offensive" term “cotton-picking” to describe star player Russell Westbrook’s play in the team’s regular season finale.

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