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"It's more of a reflection of society right now, and how left-wing and PC it's gotten, that even your name, given at birth, or the possibility of a meme on the Internet, is a reason to make a personnel change,” she told Tucker Carlson.
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Zach Britton blew a save and the Orioles surrendered a five-run lead, but Machado’s 12th-inning blast rescues Baltimore in an 8-7 win over Oakland.
The move by ESPN has provoked outrage at what some critics have called misguided political correctness.
Redskins get depth at center after trading Phillips, who seemed unlikely to make the 53-man roster.
Jacksonville announced it will give veteran Chad Henne the start in its Week 3 preseason game, usually a dress rehearsal for the regular season.
The civil rights group said “many in our community” are viewing the quarterback's ongoing inability to latch on with a team as “a league-wide set of retaliatory actions” against him.
Washington likely will need another starter for Friday's game, and Erick Fedde could fill that slot.
Mixed martial arts organization has grown into a billion-dollar business by keeping a lid on fighters’ purses, but Saturday night’s windfall may make that unsustainable.
The Maryland native, who took home gold at the Rio Olympics last year, beat all five of her opponents via technical fall.
Kirk Cousins and Terrelle Pryor put in extra time working on chemistry, a rookie center steps up and run game searches for answers.
DeMatha, Wise, St. John's and Damascus are all breaking in new starting signal-callers as they seek conference and state championships.
Back from his suspension, Lane Johnson is confident Eagles will end five-game losing streak against Washington.
Which players will end the year as the best in D.C., Maryland and Virginia?