- Washington PostNov 05 01:10 PM
Think postgame officiating disputes are new to the world? Forty years ago this month, the Redskins had a dandy.
- New York TimesNov 30 08:08 AM
English County Cricket has assigned the mandatory coin flip to the dustbin after 272 years, but the overall impact of the coin toss on sports is surprising.
- The ColumbianNov 27 05:16 AM
- The Times RecordNov 04 09:37 AM
Louisa Ellen Bean, 56, of Bath, Maine, died on Monday, Oct. 26, 2015, at Mid Coast Hospital surrounded by family and friends. Louisa was born on Dec. 30, 1958, in Bath, Maine, the daughter of George Allen and Eva Mains Bean. Louisa grew up in Georgetown, going to school at Georgetown Central School and graduating from Country Mile School in Robinhood. read more
- ESPNNov 30 08:52 AM
Before Johnny Manziel, these NFL QBs were known for off-the-field antics
- New York TimesNov 27 12:44 AM
A visit to the Republican National Committee’s opposition research team, who have their eyes on Hillary Rodham Clinton all the time.
- Sentinel & EnterpriseNov 04 04:00 AM
By Jon Bishop email@example.com FITCHBURG -- By a convincing 690-252 count, Paul Beauchemin defeated Cheryl Maguy-Stewart Tuesday to earn re-election to the Fitchburg City Council, representing Ward 2.
- Dairy HerdNov 06 10:07 AM
Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has generated a tsunami of online attention for saying that his vitamin of choice is USDA Choice. But is that really a good thing for the industry?
- Las Vegas SunNov 23 02:36 AM
Frank Cullotta was a famous hit man for the Chicago Outfit, a self-described former “gangster, burglar, murderer, extortionist, arsonist” who admitted to the 1979 killing of con man Sherwin “Jerry” Lisner in Las Vegas. Today, the 76-year-old Cullotta earns a legal living as an expert in the culture that led him underground ...
- New York TimesNov 27 02:03 AM
Fumbles are on the decline as every team emphasizes ball protection, so some defenses go to extraordinary lengths to practice jarring the ball loose.
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