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OHIO STATE COULD MAKE DECISION ON URBAN MEYER AS SOON AS NEXT WEEK

The school announced Friday that its investigation into how Meyer handled allegations of domestic violence against a former longtime...

GOP FUNDRAISER BROIDY UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR ALLEGED EFFORT TO SELL GOVERNMENT INFLUENCE, PEOPLE FAMILIAR WITH PROBE SAY

The Justice Department is examining whether he offered to influence the Trump administration for foreign officials, according to three...

 
 
 

THE NATIONALS HAVE A NEW BULLPEN CART, BUT MOST OF THEIR RELIEVERS DON'T EXPECT TO USE IT

Make Washington the third MLB team to bring back the bullpen cart.

SPRAINED RIGHT WRIST WILL LAND NATIONALS' JEREMY HELLICKSON ON THE DISABLED LIST

The move has yet to be made official, seemingly because the club is waiting on whether Stephen Strasburg can replace Hellickson in...

 
 
 

MICHIGAN LEGISLATOR APOLOGIZES FOR RACIAL SLURS AGAINST ASIAN AMERICAN OPPONENT

Michigan State Rep. Bettie Cook Scott apologized for “disparaging remarks” that she made against Asian American opponent, State Rep....

WITH ONE MONTH LEFT IN PRIMARY SEASON, WHAT IS THE LEFT WINNING?

The re-making of the Democratic Party is happening on a small scale with a long horizon.

 
 
 

HAILING THE NEW YORK TIMES: TRUMP LOVES HIS HOMETOWN PAPER - SOMETIMES

The president admires a photo of himself - in the paper he loves to hate.

ANGELO HERNANDEZ REINSTATED AS WILSON BOYS' BASKETBALL COACH AFTER ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE

The fifth-year coach was placed on leave in mid-April, after an investigation was launched into the residency of two players on his...

 
 
 

MIKE LUPICA IS LEAVING THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS TO WRITE DETECTIVE NOVELS

He had been the paper's most prominent sportswriter for nearly 40 years.

CAM SIMS FOLLOWED A HUGE MISTAKE WITH A BIG PLAY, AND STILL HAS A SHOT AT A ROSTER SPOT

Redskins' undrafted rookie wide receiver has impressed during training camp, and the position is still up for grabs behind the team's...

 
 
 

ARETHA FRANKLIN, LIVE AT THE FILLMORE WEST '71: THE WEEK IN ONE CONCERT

Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, 1942-2018.

MOON POSSUMS? TRASH PANDAS? VOTE TO NAME NORTH ALABAMA'S NEW MINOR LEAGUE TEAM

Vote for the weirdest team name from five real finalists.

 
 
 

ROOKIE RONALD ACUNA JR. IS FUELING THE BRAVES' PLAYOFF RUN

Acuña is the youngest player ever to hit a home run in five straight games.

DUSTY BAKER ON LIFE AFTER THE NATIONALS: ‘THIS WAS THE TOUGHEST WOUND'

Washington moved on from Baker after a loss in the 2017 National League Division Series.

 
 
 

TAXPAYERS' BILL FOR TRUMP JR.'S BUSINESS TRIP TO INDIA: $32,000 AND COUNTING, DOCUMENTS SHOW

Much of the cost of Donald Trump Jr.'s February business trip to India remains unknown.

OMAROSA EMBRACES THE DEFINING TACTIC OF THIS ERA: REVELATION WATER TORTURE

The steady drip of new revelations, important or not, is how politics works these days.

 
 
 

MARLINS-NATIONALS SERIES PREVIEW: NATS ARE BACK HOME WITH NO MARGIN FOR ERROR

The Nationals return home eight games back.

LAMAR JACKSON, FOOTBALL'S FASTEST QUARTERBACK, IS HAVING TO LEARN HOW TO SLOW DOWN

His speed is a part of why the Baltimore Ravens selected him as Joe Flacco's successor. But Jackson's rookie year could involve a lot...

 
 
 

TRUMP BLAMES D.C. OFFICIALS FOR POSTPONING HIS PLANNED MILITARY PARADE

In morning tweets, the president, without evidence, said the city had unreasonably inflated the price.

FANTASY FOOTBALL 2018: FIVE PLAYERS WHO SHOULD VASTLY OUTPERFORM THEIR DRAFT SLOTS

Knowing who to grab early in the draft is easy. It's the middle and late rounds that represent the challenge - and golden opportunities.

 
 
 



DC judge: For now, no need to accept new DACA applications

DC judge: For now, no need to accept new DACA applications

A federal judge made a ruling Friday about the DACA program regarding renewals and new applications. Read more ...

People clear stadium stands as shots reported, helicopter lands at football...

People clear stadium stands as shots reported, helicopter lands at football field in Florida

Spectators cleared away from a school's football stadium Friday in Palm Beach County, Florida, as people reported hearing shots fired. Read more ...

HUD hits Facebook with housing discrimination complaint

HUD hits Facebook with housing discrimination complaint

The federal government is accusing Facebook of allowing landlords and home sellers to use targeted ads to discriminate against people. The company says there is no place for... Read more ...

ESPN president: National anthem won't be broadcast for ‘Monday Night...

ESPN president: National anthem won't be broadcast for ‘Monday Night Football' games

ESPN president Jimmy Pitaro said the network won't broadcast the national anthem before “Monday Night Football” games. Read more ...

Professor being sued by former student says their emails were 'gay-coded,'...

Professor being sued by former student says their emails were 'gay-coded,' not sex harassment

The professor says she uses the same type of flowery language in her emails with many others. Read more ...

Police: Surveillance video shows men steal from vehicles at tourist spot, go...

Police: Surveillance video shows men steal from vehicles at tourist spot, go on shopping spree at Sam's Club

In one instance, the men took a bag with $1,100 from a vehicle. Read more ...

Girl steals car and leads police on chase, endangering nearby kids

Girl steals car and leads police on chase, endangering nearby kids

Witnesses said the girl endangered many children in the area as she drove in circles at high speeds. Read more ...

'85 seconds of evil': Man gets life in prison for Florida airport shooting...

'85 seconds of evil': Man gets life in prison for Florida airport shooting that killed 5, wounded 6

Esteban Santiago, 28, will spend the rest of his life in prison for the January 2017 Florida airport shooting that left five people dead and six wounded. Read more ...

Trump cancels military parade over price tag, says 'maybe next year'

Trump cancels military parade over price tag, says 'maybe next year'

The parade was scheduled for Nov. 10, the day before the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I. Read more ...

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Looking to write dirty jokes? Cards Against Humanity is hiring

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