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  • Teen fatally stabbed pregnant cheerleader after learning it was his baby: cops

    A high school football player from Indiana says he stabbed his classmate in the heart after finding out she was pregnant with his child and it was too late to get an abortion, police said. Aaron Trejo, 16, from Mishawaka, is charged with one count of murder and one count of feticide for allegedly stabbing

    New York Post
  • Football player, 16, accused of murdering pregnant cheerleader

    A 16-year-old football player from Indiana is accused of murdering a 17-year-old cheerleader who was six months pregnant, police said Police discovered Breana Rouhselang’s body in a trash can behind a restaurant near her Mishawaka, Indianapolis home on Sunday morning after her family reported her missing, reported WNDU. Rouhselang’s loved ones called police on Saturday

    New York Post
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar almost starred in ‘The Princess Bride’

    NBA legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s trophy case runneth over — but now he’s angling for an Emmy. He has nabbed six NBA MVP awards, six NBA Championships and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The New York native has also written numerous books and pens op-eds — about everything from whether LeBron James is

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  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar almost starred in ‘The Princess Bride’

    NBA legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s trophy case runneth over — but now he’s angling for an Emmy. He has nabbed six NBA MVP awards, six NBA Championships and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The New York native has also written numerous books and pens op-eds — about everything from whether LeBron James is

    New York Post
  • UK Sport commits £3million to help fund athletes from 14 sports during qualification for Tokyo 2020

    LAURA LAMBERT: Skateboarding, surfing and softball are among 14 Olympic and Paralympic sports to have received £3million in funding from UK Sport ahead of Tokyo 2020.

    Mail Online
  • Annoyed Lance Armstrong: Why doesn’t everyone hate A-Rod, too?

    Lance Armstrong has a pretty solid spot in the pantheon of most hated sports figures, but he doesn’t sound thrilled with that — or his company. The former cyclist, famous for winning seven Tour de France titles only to have them stripped due to his proclivity for doping, didn’t quite embrace his place in sports...

    New York Post