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  • Save Us, Al Gore

    Another Florida recount prompts appreciation of a man nothing like Donald Trump.

  • Wake Up Call from Walk to Defeat ALS

    Thursday's Wake Up Call comes from the Walk to Defeat ALS.

  • "Mourinho regresará al Real Madrid"

    News from around the web.

  • Rev. Al reflects on the tragedy in Pittsburgh

    Rev. Al Sharpton delivers a moving message about the tragedy in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania today where 11 people have lost their lives due to senseless gun violence. Listen to Rev. Al’s unifying message in this clip.

  • Rev. Al’s Memo To Trump

    In this week’s memo to President Trump, Rev. Al talks about the controversial promo tease from the rapper TI, and he explains the blatant hypocrisy in the white house’s criticism of the video and subsequent portrayal of the first lady.

  • Melbourne ready for AL derby spectacular

    Saturday's Melbourne derby is the 27th edition of the A-League classic.The rivalry began in 2010 with Melbourne Heart's admission to the league and was...

    Mail Online
  • A's Melvin named AL Manager of the Year

    Oakland Athletics skipper Bob Melvin was named American League Manager of the Year on Tuesday after guiding the team with the lowest payroll in baseball to a 97-65 record and its first playoff berth in four years.

  • Shohei Ohtani is named AL Rookie of the Year

    The Angels’ 2018 season did not end with their two-way player Shohei Ohtani leading them to their first postseason appearance since 2014. But a month and a half after they wrapped up a third straight losing campaign and bid farewell to longtime manager Mike Scioscia, the Angels and Ohtani learned...

  • “Weird Al” coming to Starlight — complete with orchestra

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Polka and parody superstar "Weird Al" Yankovic has announced a tour stop in Kansas City next summer, and he's bringing classical musicians with him. Yankovic announced a tour on Monday, with a stop at Starlight Theatre on August 31.  Yankovic says an orchestra will appear with him on stage at every stop.  The group will be composed of a different set of musicians at each performance; he hasn't announced which group will perform with him in Kansas City.

    FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports
  • Will Johnson – YBLS, BLEXIT, AL Sharpton

    Black Americans are revolting against the establishment.

  • Besiktas quiere devolver a Karius al Liverpool

    News from around the web.

  • Qatar, al-Qaeda, and the Taliban: A creepy relationship

    The release of a particularly vicious Taliban leader connects the dots.

  • El América llega tranquilo al Clásico

    News from around the web.

  • Manny Pacquiao joins forces with Al Haymon

    The prospect of a mega-millions rematch between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao comes closer with the PacMan joining forces with Al Haymon, the Svengali of US boxing.

    Mail Online
  • Be glad the US keeps bombing al-Shabaab

    You might not have heard of their name, but you should welcome al-Shabaab's latest meeting with the U.S. military. A U.S. airstrike on Monday killed approximately 60 al-Shabaab terrorists.

    Washington Examiner
  • Who will be the AL and NL Cy Young award winners?

    It's Cy Young time, folks. Jacob deGrom is your likely winner in the NL, but who grabs the AL hardware? Our experts discuss.

  • Al Sharpton: The Trump Administration ‘Has Declared War’ on Minorities

    Tuesday at the National Action Network Legislative & Policy Conference, organization founder Al Sharpton said the Trump administration had “declared war” on minorities. Sharpton said, “We cannot keep telling people in our community to come out and vote and then we don’t know what is the agenda and what is going to be accomplished. Voting rights, healthcare particularity pre-existing conditions, criminal justice reform, where are we on these issues and what are they going to do?” He...

  • Remembering Durham sportswriter Al Featherston, who covered the ACC and more

    A Duke graduate, Al Featherston joined the Durham Sun in 1974, then moved to the Durham Herald-Sun and served as a beat writer covering UNC, Duke and N.C. State. Among his three published books was “Tobacco Road,” a 2006 “History of the Most Intense Backyard Rivalries in Sports.”