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Is Bill Belichick's silence toward Tom Brady good business or disrespect?

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

INDIANAPOLIS - While the Patriots have conversed recently with many representatives for their haul of free agents, they haven't gotten into any hardcore negotiations largely...
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La Liga Decider?: 7 Talking Points Heading Into El Clasico Between Barcelona And Real Madrid

1 day ago   |   Forbes

Played before a global audience to rival the Super Bowl and the World Cup final, this season's second installment of El Clasico between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid could...
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Tyrann Mathieu Celebrity Kickball weekend will raise money for star safety's charity

Tyrann Mathieu Celebrity Kickball weekend will raise money for star safety's charity

3 days ago   |   KMBC

Super Bowl champion Tyrann Mathieu wants to kick it with Kansas City.
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The Pentagon Is Sitting on a Chunk of Valuable Airwaves. Why?

The Pentagon Is Sitting on a Chunk of Valuable Airwaves. Why?

6 days ago   |   Politico

As the Trump administration squares off with China's Huawei over who will dominate the world's next generation of wireless networks, another battle is emerging closer to home...
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Wilder Vs. Fury 2 Latest Odds And 4 Prop Bets That Provide Value

8 days ago   |   Forbes   |   4 articles

The Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury heavyweight world title rematch is just days away and the betting odds keep changing, including the oddsmakers adding Super Bowl type prop...
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Russell Wilson says he wants to follow in Tom Brady's footsteps and play until he's 45

Russell Wilson says he wants to follow in Tom Brady's footsteps and play until he's 45

8 days ago   |   Business Insider

Russell Wilson said he wants to play until he is 45 years old. Wilson is 31 and eight years into his NFL career, and his bold claim would mean he has more than a decade left in...
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Trump pardons ex-San Francisco 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr

10 days ago   |   Fortune   |   9 articles

President Donald Trump on Tuesday pardoned Edward DeBartolo Jr., the former San Francisco 49ers owner convicted in a gambling fraud scandal who built one of the most successful...
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Inside the most influential fashion show in menswear

Inside the most influential fashion show in menswear

11 days ago   |   Fortune

Since 1972 the sartorial elite of men's style have gathered in Florence for a meal at Trattoria Cammillo-with reservations made far in advance. They're in town for Pitti Uomo...
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Why The Daytona 500, NASCAR's Super Bowl, Starts The Season

12 days ago   |   Forbes

As far as Jim France can recall, NASCAR has never thought about moving the date of the Daytona 500 to another month on the calendar, even though the most prestigious race in...
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After Super Bowl Win, Patrick Mahomes Wants To Expand His ‘Relatable' Brand

14 days ago   |   Forbes

It has been a whirlwind two weeks for Patrick Mahomes since his Super Bowl MVP performance. He talked to Forbes about football, family and his next contract.
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Stock market continues its historic slide, capping one of the worst weeks...

Stock market continues its historic slide, capping one of the worst weeks since financial crisis

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S&P 500 posts worst week since the financial crisis as coronavirus fears flare

S&P 500 posts worst week since the financial crisis as coronavirus fears flare

All major US indices tanked on Friday, pushing stock prices further into correction territory as coronavirus fears continued to roil investors. The S&P 500 fell as much as 4.1%... Read more ...

210 people have reportedly died from coronavirus in Iran, but the government...

210 people have reportedly died from coronavirus in Iran, but the government is saying the death toll is only 34

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Global stocks fall on virus fears after Wall Street plunge

Global stocks fall on virus fears after Wall Street plunge

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Joe Biden admits he wasn't actually arrested in apartheid South Africa...

Joe Biden admits he wasn't actually arrested in apartheid South Africa, contradicting a story he's told for weeks

Presidential candidate Joe Biden has spent the last several weeks telling campaign audiences he was arrested in apartheid South Africa while trying to meet with Nelson... Read more ...

United just slashed its flights to Japan and other parts of Asia, showing...

United just slashed its flights to Japan and other parts of Asia, showing how quickly coronavirus fears are hurting new airline and travel markets outside of China

United Airlines said it will significantly reduce its capacity to Japan, Singapore, and South Korea due to the novel coronavirus outbreak . Japan has, over just a few days... Read more ...

Dow sinks more than 1,000 points, S&P 500 plunges as the coronavirus...

Dow sinks more than 1,000 points, S&P 500 plunges as the coronavirus sell-off rages on

All major US indices tanked Friday morning, pushing stock prices further into correction territory as coronavirus fears continued to roil investors. The S&P 500 fell as much as... Read more ...

US stores start running low on masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and more amid...

US stores start running low on masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and more amid growing fears of coronavirus

US consumers appear to be stocking up on food and medical supplies. US sales of hand sanitizer soared 428% in the week ending January 25, compared to the same period last year... Read more ...

Wall Street is certain the Fed will slash interest rates next month. But a...

Wall Street is certain the Fed will slash interest rates next month. But a key official says that will only happen if the coronavirus becomes a pandemic

St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said Friday that interest rates would be cut only if the coronavirus worsened. The comments were the latest sign the central... Read more ...

The FDA just announced the first drug shortage caused by the coronavirus...

The FDA just announced the first drug shortage caused by the coronavirus, but wouldn't identify the drug

The coronavirus has caused the first drug shortage in the US. The US Food and Drug Administration announced the shortage in a statement released Thursday night. The agency... Read more ...