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The former MLB star throws his hat in the ring to fill the White House chief of staff vacancy. Failing that, he'd accept an ambassadorship, or, apparently, "starfleet commander" in the Space Force.
No. 15 Tigers improve to 10-1 with 71-55 win over No. 14 T.C. Williams.
John Wall scores 34 but Celtics star guard goes for 38 — including a pair of crushing three-pointers in overtime — as Boston extends winning streak to seven.
Robert Sarver applies some heat to Phoenix officials as they debate spending $150 million of the city's money on proposed renovations to the Suns' arena.
There have been only 15 calls made so far this season under the new helmet rule.
Owner Mark Davis didn't rule anything out as to where the team will play in 2019 ahead of its move to Las Vegas.
Another D.C. Council member and an influential House Democrat raise objections to proposal to return to RFK site
The Redskins newest quarterback does not see fazed by his latest challenge -- trying to lead a struggling team to an unlikely playoff spot.
“I was silently protesting how stupid it was that people actually took that quote and made it law," Curry told ESPN.
The offensive line already had been decimated, with three guards placed on injured reserve.
The Redskins' rookie running back was lost for the year on Aug. 9 to a torn ACL. But even after some setbacks in his recovery, he says hopes to be back for team OTAs next summer.
"I can’t say I was surprised,” said Flacco, who had only missed six games in his first 10 NFL seasons.