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Super Bowl Ads Serve up Politics – And an Escape From it

For what may be the first time, national politics will invade one of the biggest TV events of the year.

Kobe Bryant Left Deep Legacy in LA Sports, Basketball World

Less than four years into his retirement, Bryant was seizing new challenges.

‘I’m Better Than That’: Serena Stunned at Australian Open

She made her earliest exit at Melbourne Park in 14 years, a 6-4, 6-7 (2), 7-5 loss to Wang.

‘Armless Archer’ Stutzman and his Disarming Sense of Humor

The American is known as the “Armless Archer,” a silver medalist from the 2012 Paralympics.

Champs! LSU Finishes No. 1 in AP Top 25 for Third Time

The Tigers (15-0) beat Clemson 42-25 in the national championship game Monday night.

Inconsistent Seams, Player Behavior Behind HR Uptick

A four-person committee of scientists concluded baseballs this year had less drag on average.

Pressure to Move Tokyo Olympics Open-water Venue

The venue also has water quality issues including E. coli bacteria and problems with water transparency.

Former NBA Executive Wants to Bring MLB to Orlando

Williams’ desire may be a pipedream since Florida already has two MLB teams with anemic attendance.

Shakira Plans a Latin Tribute at Upcoming Super Bowl in Miami

She will celebrate latin culture and showcase it in a country where Latinos have also struggled a lot.

Fans Get Played as Boxing Takes Back Seat to UFC

The bow-down to UFC was not only an affront to paying fans but an embarrassment to the sport itself.
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On the 100th Anniversary of the Negro Leagues, a Look Back at What Was Lost

Exclusion from Major League Baseball was hardly the most grievous injury African Americans suffered.
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Jason Newsted Returning to Music after Years in the Art World

Former Metallica bassist and The Chophouse Band to showcase new music at Lighthouse Art Center.

Trump’s Big Bet on Career and Technical Education

Trump's proposal has a lot of potential to open up new job opportunities.

Sandra, the Orangutan Granted Legal ‘Personhood’ Turns 34

Sandra has adjusted beautifully to her life at the sanctuary at the Center for Great Apes in Wauchula.

Bloomberg Opens New Campaign Offices Throughout Florida

The former New York mayor already had offices in St. Pete, Orlando, and the Little Havana area of Miami.