Friday night's Pac-12 title game has significant Heisman and CFP implications.
As the first portion of the NBA season unfolds, each week we will highlight a handful of make-or-break players who will determine their teams' fortunes, for better or worse.
The Pittsburgh Pirates signed catcher Ali Sánchez to a 1-year deal on Friday, giving them another player to throw in the mix behind the plate with Endy Rodriguez and Henry Davis. The 26-year-old Sánchez spent all of last season with Arizona's Triple-A affiliate in Reno, hitting 311 with 10 doubles, 11 home runs and 43 RBI in 67 games. Sánchez has appeared in seven major league games, five for the New York Mets in 2020 and two for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2021.
A federal jury in Illinois ordered $17.7 million in damages — an amount tripled to more than $53 million under federal law — to several food manufacturing companies who had sued major egg producers over a conspiracy to limit the egg supply in the U.S. The jury ruled last week that the egg producers used various means to limit the domestic supply of eggs to increase the price of products during the 2000s. Court documents on the verdict were not readily available Friday evening, but statements from the manufacturers' attorney and one of the egg producers confirmed a total of about $17.7 million.
‘ER’ actor said she was ‘horrified’ to have offended ‘communities I truly love and respect’
John Turscak, an incarcerated former-gang member, was charged on Friday after allegedly stabbing the ex-Minneapolis officer 22 times
The Tournament of Roses announced that multi-award winning actor and singer Audra McDonald will serve as grand marshal for the 135th Rose Parade.
The coach who led a stunningly successful move by James Madison to the highest level of college football has big goals for his new job at Indiana. Curt Cignetti expects the Hoosiers to make a bold statement in the expanding Big Ten, and he says they can do that by eliminating complacency in the program. One day after taking the biggest job of his career, the 62-year-old Cignetti promised Friday to bring the same approach he used to produce 12 straight winning seasons at three schools to Indiana, which hasn't played in a bowl game since 2020.
The Aussie star has praised his tennis rival's impact during a sad new revelation about his career. More here.
DALLAS, Dec. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Whitestone Uptown Tower, LLC, the owner of the Uptown Tower office building in Dallas, Texas, announced today that it has filed a Chapter 11 voluntary petition for bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas. The bankruptcy filing comes on the eve of a foreclosure sale of the property scheduled for December 5, 2023. A Whitestone REIT subsidiary is a guarantor on the Uptown Tower mortgage loan. Whitestone Uptown Tow
The prisoner allegedly said he attacked Chauvin on Black Friday as a symbolic link to Black Lives Matter.
"To hell with this place," the disgraced congressman says as he leaves the Capitol.
Two-thirds majority needed to expel – 311 members backed ouster while 114 voted against and two members voted present – entire GOP leadership opposed removal
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The pop star stepped out to support Queen Bey at the London premiere for her concert film 'Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé' on Thursday
EW keeps track of what awards this year's contenders are winning — and losing — before the Academy Awards.
Two arrests after a light aircraft is searched and up to 60kg of vacuum-packed heroin is found.
"As I've gotten older, it has become clear to me why the Grinch wanted to live alone with his dog."
Amid criticism about her claim that some people not supporting Israel "have been brainwashed to hate Jews," Margulies issued a statement defending her "love and respect" for the Black and LGBTQ+ communities
Saturday's papers look at the prospect of a long war in Gaza and the continuing fallout from Omid Scobie's book.