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Last week, I touched on how, as the second quarter was closing, investors would focus increasingly on earnings prospects for the quarter. Despite what we hear from the Oval Office, the updates we're getting from the field are not encouraging.
It's been almost four months since Tom Brady lost the single biggest influence in his football life.
I'm worried about Danny Espinosa. Not about his hitting, or lack thereof, though there's plenty of room for concern there. I'm worried about his facial hair because I never know what to expect.
The Loyola lacrosse team's chatty defense gave the sport something remarkable to talk about Monday.
Maryland was loose, smart, patient and opportunistic during its run to the men's lacrosse national title game. The Terrapins were none of those things Monday and found themselves as runners-up for the second straight season.
Loyola coach Charley Toomey received a call from one of his closest friends a few years and tipped him off to Massachusetts product Josh Hawkins.
Duke coach John Danowski couldn't explain it. Truth be told, his counterpart at Maryland, John Tillman, couldn't either.
The Patriots say there's no finger-pointing after their Super Bowl loss, even if supermodel Gisele Bundchen won't abide by that code.
The video recording of the trial to overturn California's marriage amendment must remain sealed as promised, a three-judge appellate panel ruled Thursday.