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Massachusetts prosecutors said on Monday that an anonymous caller, who told lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez that one of the jurors who found him guilty of murder should have been disqualified, had a sexual relationship with the athlete.
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Paramount executives have picked up the rights to the 28-year-old's autobiography.
Each year millions of Americans draft virtual sports teams online and enter real-money competitions that last only a few hours.
The boy was struck by a follow-through swing near the on-deck circle.
Coaches around the Southeastern Conference have had to do a little extra homework on opposing coordinators during the offseason.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter was relieved of his International Olympic Committee ex officio membership on Monday, seven months before he will be replaced as the head of soccer's governing body.
The most powerful people in the Olympic movement have urged the U.S. to quickly find a replacement for Boston and push ahead with plans to bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
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After the Washington Nationals started playing soft rock during opponent's batting practices, the Marlins decided to pay them back with some trolling in the form of fart noises.
Ohio State University is taking steps to ensure the name of football coach Urban Meyer doesn't show up on knock-off apparel.
Beijing has become the first city to be awarded both summer and winter Games.
Tom Brady's effort to void his four-game suspension was set back on Thursday as litigation embroiling the New England Patriots star quarterback was sent to a New York judge, who urged a speedy resolution to the "Deflategate" scandal.
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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says "stay tuned" for a regular-season game in Africa as Chris Paul and others prepare to play the league's first exhibition on the continent.
After the winter of their discontent, it's been one bummer of a summer for Bostonians.
"Salt water cowboys" round up dozens of horses for the tradition off the Virginia coast, now in its 90th year.
A museum devoted to the exploits of Tommy gun-wielding mobsters will open a permanent display exploring the "rampant corruption" of global soccer's scandal-rocked governing body.