Ash Barty carried the so-called Barty Party into the Australian Open quarterfinals by beating 2008 champion Maria Sharapova; up next for her is two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova, who beat American teenager Amanda Anisimova 6-2, 6-1
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Senior guard atones for a foul with a step-back three-pointer to lift the Patriots over the Rams, 71-68.
Kris Bryant's dig at St. Louis prompted a choice Instagram comeback from Yadier Molina, and the beef was cooking.
Blue Devils’ 8-1 run down the stretch proves the difference in 72-70 win, dropping Cavaliers from ranks of the unbeaten.
“Our school community’s efforts to foster cultural understanding will proceed, though they are set back mightily by this repugnant image,” the Zionsville superintendent wrote in an email to parents.
John Coughlin's death was confirmed as a suicide by Kansas City police on Friday.
The user has a point, though.
The move is to replace Ben Kotwica, who took the same position with the Atlanta Falcons.
Serena Williams has dropped a total of nine games through three matches at the Australian Open so far and now will take on No. 1 Simona Halep.
Washington’s former coach receives a video tribute in the first period before New York scores twice in the third, handing Caps their fourth straight loss.
No. 19 Terrapins stifle the reeling Buckeyes, 75-61, to improve to 7-1 in the Big Ten.
The No. 11 Bears improved to 14-2 in a key IAC game.