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How college sports video games became the entry point to dismantle the NCAA's amateurism rules 07/23/2024 01:28pm • Sonny Vaccaro knew nothing about the law. He did know a lot about college sports and was sure the athletes who were driving millions of dollars in revenue to their schools should be paid. Michael Hausfeld knew nothing about college sports, but it didn't take long for the attorney who built his reput Analysis: Xander Schauffele is now in the conversation with Scheffler for best year in golf 07/23/2024 10:50am • TROON, Scotland (AP) — Xander Schauffele is the British Open champion, and the PGA Tour must be thrilled. The FedEx Cup is as meaningful as ever, a three-tournament stretch in August that could go a long way toward deciding who gets the players' vote for PGA Tour player of the year. Schauffele or The 8 Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts in Cabo 07/22/2024 08:00pm • Los Cabos, which incorporates Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, is an oceanfront tourist destination in Baja California, Mexico. It's popular for its beautiful beaches, picturesque sunsets, world-class margaritas, festive nightlife, delicious Mexican food and luxury resorts. If you're looking fo SMU embracing challenge of 'moving up in weight class' and joining Atlantic Coast Conference 07/22/2024 05:24pm • CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Rhett Lashlee isn’t naive about the enormous challenge facing Southern Methodist as his team transitions to the Atlantic Coast Conference this season. But that hasn’t dampened the third-year head coach's confidence. “It’s a jump. We are moving up in weight class,” Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear endorses Harris amid speculation if he's in running to join the ticket Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear endorses Harris amid speculation if he's in running to join the ticket 07/22/2024 04:32pm • FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said Monday he spoke with Vice President Kamala Harris soon after she became the prohibitive favorite to lead the Democratic ticket, and said his state's progress “should be a model for the country” as speculation swirled around whether he's in Most airlines except one are recovering from the CrowdStrike tech outage. The feds have noticed Most airlines except one are recovering from the CrowdStrike tech outage. The feds have noticed 07/22/2024 04:26pm • Delta Air Lines struggled for a fourth straight day to recover from a worldwide technology outage caused by a faulty software update, stranding tens of thousands of passengers and drawing unwanted attention from the federal government. The airline's chief executive said it would take “another coup Book Review: Call the script doctor! 'Feh' explores the toxic storyline of a religious education 07/22/2024 11:21am • A few years ago, the writer Shalom Auslander was hospitalized with a potentially fatal case of pancreatitis after taking a banned performance-enhancing drug to lose weight. His psychiatrist said he was trying to kill himself. Auslander, then unemployed, in his 40s, with a wife and two children, disa Athletes are as excited as regular visitors to be tourists in Paris during the Olympic Games Athletes are as excited as regular visitors to be tourists in Paris during the Olympic Games 07/22/2024 06:00am • PARIS (AP) — Paris is a popular destination for vacations, of course. The food and drink. The art and history. The landmarks. And so on. The city itself will be one of the protagonists of the 2024 Olympic Games — which is why the Eiffel Tower and Seine River are featured just as prominently as g Biden's decision to drop out crystallized Sunday. His staff knew one minute before the public did Biden's decision to drop out crystallized Sunday. His staff knew one minute before the public did 07/21/2024 09:36pm • WASHINGTON (AP) — At 1:45 p.m. Sunday, President Joe Biden’s senior staff was notified that he was stepping away from the 2024 race. At 1:46 p.m., that message was made public. It was never Biden’s intention to leave the race: Up until he decided to step aside Sunday, he was all in. His camp Apple Cider Vinegar for Weight Loss? Does It Work? 07/21/2024 08:00pm • Apple cider vinegar has long been used for various health-promoting claims -- from improving heart health to managing blood sugar levels for people with diabetes. Incorporating apple cider vinegar into your diet typically revolves around drinking 1 teaspoon to 2 tablespoons diluted in water before o 7 Best Funds to Hold in a Roth IRA 07/21/2024 08:00pm • With 2024 more than halfway over, another personal finance task you may want to add to your checklist besides 401(k) contributions is maxing out your Roth IRA, if you have one. While after-tax contributions to this account aren't tax deductible like a 401(k) and don't benefit from an employer match, Apple Cider Vinegar: Myths vs. Facts 07/21/2024 08:00pm • For a salad dressing ingredient, apple cider vinegar, or ACV, sure gets a lot of credit. The vinegar is made from fermented apple juice, and its active ingredient is acetic acid. Although this ingredient is found in all types of vinegar, ACV has a reputation as a health tonic. Now it's being added t Stock Market Sectors 101: A Guide to All 11 Sectors 07/21/2024 08:00pm • The stock market is divided into 11 market sectors based on the Global Industry Classification Standard, or GICS. This system, created jointly by Morgan Stanley and Standard & Poor's, sorts companies into sectors based on their primary business activities. Investors can then use the sector class Jajaira Gonzalez left boxing after missing out on the Rio Olympics. She fought her way back to Paris 07/21/2024 03:23pm • COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Jajaira Gonzalez was scrolling through social media at her job in a Virginia kickboxing gym about three years ago when she spotted some of her former USA Boxing teammates traveling the world, competing for medals and generally living their best lives. The Instagram p Restaurant critic's departure reveals potential hazards of the job Restaurant critic's departure reveals potential hazards of the job 07/21/2024 06:41am • Restaurant critics appear to have the best job in journalism, enjoying meals a few nights a week on someone else’s dime. But New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells had painted a more complicated picture. In a recent column, Wells announced he’s leaving the beat because the constant eating h
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