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Gladys Knight to Sing National Anthem at the Super Bowl

Gladys Knight to Sing National Anthem at the Super Bowl

Jan 17
Gladys Knight will sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at this year's Super Bowl.

Recreational Fishing Rules To Be Overhauled under New Law

Recreational Fishing Rules To Be Overhauled under New Law

By Patrick Whittle | Jan 14
The rules that govern recreational marine fishing in the U.S. will get an overhaul due to a new law passed by Congress, and the country's millions of anglers and the groups that stake their livelihoods on them hope the changes will bring better management

Michel Scores 3 TDs, Patriots Roll Past Chargers 41-28

Michel Scores 3 TDs, Patriots Roll Past Chargers 41-28

By Kyle Hightower | Jan 13
Tom Brady recognizes that there are some who believe the Patriots are nearing the end of their run of unprecedented playoff success. New England took its first step toward possibly silencing those voices for a little longer.

Payton: Playoff Stakes More Important than Perceived Slights

Payton: Playoff Stakes More Important than Perceived Slights

By Brett Martel | Jan 13
Saints coach Sean Payton dismisses the premise that the Eagles could derive extra motivation from the widespread perception that New Orleans ran up the score on them when they met in November.

Rivers, Chargers Look to End Dominance by Brady, Patriots

Rivers, Chargers Look to End Dominance by Brady, Patriots

By Kyle Hightower | Jan 13
Brady, who will be 41 years and 163 days old, and Rivers, at 37 years and 36 days old, will combine to be the oldest pair of quarterbacks to face each other in an NFL playoff game, breaking the mark Brady held with Peyton Manning.

Wolves' Andrew Wiggins Tries to Clarify Postgame 'Gay' Comments

Wolves' Andrew Wiggins Tries to Clarify Postgame 'Gay' Comments

By Cliff Brunt | Jan 10
Saying he respects the gay and lesbian community, Minnesota forward Andrew Wiggins tried Wednesday to clarify comments he made about Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder's behavior during a heated game.

Wolves' Wiggins Apologizes for Using Gay as Derogatory Term

Wolves' Wiggins Apologizes for Using Gay as Derogatory Term

By Cliff Brunt | Jan 9
Minnesota forward Andrew Wiggins attempted to clarify comments Wednesday that he used the word gay to describe Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder's behavior during their game.

Sports Betting May Seem Easy. It's Not. Here's Why

Sports Betting May Seem Easy. It's Not. Here's Why

By Wayne Parry | Jan 4
Seven U.S. states now offer legal sports gambling, and as many as 30 more will consider jumping on board in 2019. So here are some of the basics — as well as some more esoteric aspects — of betting on sports.

Federer on Winning Team after Facing Serena for 1st Time

Federer on Winning Team after Facing Serena for 1st Time

By Tristan Lavalette | Jan 1
— Roger Federer won the bragging rights over fellow tennis great Serena Williams as they faced each other on court for the first time on Tuesday.

Odd Offerings in Sports in 2018: Weird Science, Camels, Soup

Odd Offerings in Sports in 2018: Weird Science, Camels, Soup

By Fred Lief | Jan 1
Sports drifted into strange places in 2018. Sometimes everyone seemed lost.

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