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- Nancy Pelosi is adamant: Congress worked together when Bush was president
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- Israel hits five mosques, sports complex in overnight Gaza strikes
- Hillary Clinton dogged for refusing reporters’ questions on book tour
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- Australian P.M. Abbott: MH17 evidence tampered with on ‘industrial scale’
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Senate Democrats are putting pressure on the National Football League to force the Washington Redskins to change its team name, which they said reflects "racism and bigotry."
Autonomy will be the hot topic when Southeastern Conference officials, coaches and athletic directors gather for spring meetings.
Can there be too much of a good thing? Looks like NFL fans are about to find out. After much rumor and speculation, expect an extended playoff tournament for 2015.
Kuwait City will host the Under-19 World Championships for football, with the United States among eight nations entered.
A $60 million high school football stadium that opened to massive fanfare in 2012 will be shut down for the upcoming season after cracks were found in the building's concrete concourse.
It's now crystal clear why Premier League boss Richard Scudamore is often called the most powerful man in English football.
This week, everyone gets to watch Johnny play football.
Exactly a year after waving goodbye to Alex Ferguson and his 26 seasons of steady success, the most turbulent 12 months of United's recent history ended with the club's hierarchy, new coaching staff and fans expressing confidence that the good times are about to return.
On one side is the NFL and his teammates on the St. Louis Rams, who hope the seventh-round draft pick isn't a distraction as he attempts to earn a roster spot. On the other side is an army of advocates and activists, who hope the league's first openly gay player capitalizes on his role and blazes a trail.