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Olympic Athletes of Russia's Alina Zagitova and Yevgenia Medvedeva took home gold and silver while the Americans fell to the middle (read more)


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Six deputies were stationed outside the school resource officer's Florida home Thursday evening (read more)

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LeBron James is known for his offensive prowess, but he’s still a great two-way player, and is a much better rim protector than he gets credit for.Opposing players have been known to adjust their shot when attempting to score near the rim if James is in the vicinity, and understandably so. (read more)

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Chef Tod Wentz, already known for French cuisine at Townsend and Italian flavors at A Mano, turns his culinary sights to Spain at his latest restaurant (read more)

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Slate News Quiz

23-2-2018 12:52 PM | slate | 2 similar news

Welcome to Slate’s weekly news quiz. It’s Friday, which means it’s time to test your knowledge of the week’s news events. (read more)

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The 45-year-old kicker signed a one-year deal with the Colts Thursday (read more)

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A report from Yahoo Sports revealed major details on the investigation into elicit payments for college basketball players, but Jared Sullinger is confident former Ohio State coach Thad Matta didn’t cause any trouble.Why? Because Sullinger couldn’t even get a free bottle of Gatorade. (read more)

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It marked the first time Pawol, one of two women umpiring in MLB-affiliated baseball, had worked a game involving a major-league team (read more)

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Beal said "Everybody eats," with John Wall sidelined from the Wizards' lineup, as the team must move the ball around to be successful (read more)

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The stick that USA's Mike Eruzione used to score the winning goal against the Soviet Union in 1980 sold for $290,000 (read more)

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