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  • Best Buddies Organization Has Special Connection to Trotz

    The coach who led the Washington Capitals to a Stanley Cup has made some close friends during his time in D.C. Best Buddies is one organization that has a special relationship with Trotz and hopes the next coach...

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  • Barry Trotz Resigns as Washington Capitals Head Coach

    Less than two weeks after coaching the Washington Capitals to the franchise's first Stanley Cup, head coach Barry Trotz has resigned.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Brooks Koepka Repeats as US Open Champion

    After Saturday’s third round of the U.S. Open, the United States Golf Association admitted Shinnecock Hills had gotten too difficult even for the best players on earth so they vowed to slow it down.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Mickelson Sparks Controversy at US Open

    The United States Golf Association chooses and sets up U.S. Open courses in a way it believes will test the resolve of the world’s greatest golfers. It’s supposed to be tough but fair.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Caps' Ovi Brings Stanley Cup to Kids at DC Hospital

    Alex Ovechkin visited children at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital as part of his epic Stanley Cup victory tour.

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  • Ted Lerner Steps Down as Nats' Managing Principal Owner

    Ted Lerner has stepped down as managing principal owner of the Washington Nationals, and his son, Mark Lerner, will take his place, the team announced Thursday.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Police Body Cam Footage of Lenny Dykstra Arrest Released

    Newly released police body cam footage of former Mets player Lenny Dykstra's arrest last month during a dispute with an Uber driver in New Jersey shows both men were on edge. Dykstra was arrested in late...Photo Credit: Provided to News 4 NY

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  • 'It's Something Special': Clean-Shaven Ovechkin Reflects on His Championship Week

    After a whirlwind week of winning and celebrating Lord Stanley's Cup, a playoff-beardless Alexander Ovechkin reflects with News4's Sherree Burruss.Photo Credit: NBCWashington

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  • Former Cheerleader Sues Dallas Cowboys

    Erica Wilkins files a lawsuit against the Dallas Cowboys for unfair and unequal pay during her time as a cheerleader with the team.

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  • World Cup 2018: Four World-Class Players To Watch

    The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia has arrived. Get to know more about these top players who will do everything in their power to bring the World Cup home.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Check the Full 2018 World Cup Schedule

    Check this calendar for the dates of all the games of the 2018 World Cup being played in Russia from June 14 to July 15.Later you'll find links to livestreams of the games provided by Telemundo. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Mystic Meerkats Predict World Cup Outcomes

    Meerkats at the Drayton Manor Zoo in England gave their predictions for the 2018 World Cup matches for Russia v. Saudi Arabia and England v. Tunisia.

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  • Couple at Caps Parade to Name Their Baby Stanley

    Doug Kammerer talks to an enthusiastic young fan as well as a couple who vows to name their baby Stanley -- and all that's before Shomari Stone gets the crowds going.

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  • Warriors Celebrate 3rd Title in 4 Years With Oakland Parade

    A sea of blue and gold will flood the streets of downtown Oakland Tuesday morning as the Warriors and "Dub Nation" celebrate the team's third championship in four years with a festive parade.Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Ovi Hoists the Stanley Cup During Parade

    As the Caps victory parade rolled through D.C., Alex Ovechkin hoisted the Stanley Cup above his head in celebration.

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  • Best Moments From the Caps Stanley Cup Victory Parade

    Fans gathered overnight in red Caps gear as they prepare for the Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup championship victory parade and rally on June 12.Photo Credit: Alex Brandon/AP

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  • Deer Startles Passengers on DC Metro Platform

    A deer with the grace of an Olympic hurdler trotted through a D.C. Metro station Tuesday morning, startling commuters as they waited for their morning trains. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Metro Unveils Commemorative Caps SmarTrip Card

    It's here! Metro has unveiled the commemorative SmarTrip card it promised to create in honor of the Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup win.Photo Credit: WMATA This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • 'Tonight': Ovechkin Helps Fallon Drink From Stanley Cup

    Jimmy Fallon chats with 2018 Stanley Cup champions Alexander Ovechkin and Braden Holtby about the Washington Capitals' historic victory and invites Triple Crown-winning jockey Mike Smith to drink from the...Photo Credit: NBC

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  • More Than 100,000 Expected at Tuesday's Caps' Victory Parade

    Thousands of Caps fans are expected to flood the streets of D.C. Tuesday morning to celebrate the team's historic Stanley Cup win.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Minnesota High School Pitcher's Action Shows Sportsmanship at its Best

    Rather than celebrate a Minnesota city sectional championship, Mounds View High School pitcher Ty Koehn went to console his childhood friend Jack Kocon wh just struck out to end the game.

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  • Union Market to Host Capitals Parade After-Party

    Calling #ALLCAPS fans! Union Market is set to host an after-party for Tuesday's long-anticipated Stanley Cup victory parade.

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  • Caps' Victory Parade: What to Know If You're Going

    More than 100,000 revelers are expected to pack downtown D.C. streets Tuesday for a parade and rally to celebrate the Washington Capitals' historic Stanley Cup win, planners say.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Olympian Adam Rippon Honored in New York for LGBTQ Advocacy

    Adam Rippon, who became the first openly gay figure skater to make the U.S. Olympics team, was honored on the steps of New York City hall. Rippon was honored Friday by Speaker Corey Johnson, council members...Photo Credit: William Alatriste/NYC Council

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