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MLB to Recognize Glenn Burke as Baseball’s Gay Pioneer
Late outfielder will receive tribute during All-Star Game....


Commentary: Mo'Ne Davis's Impressive Skills on the Mound
Mo’ne Davis almost faultless in taking team from Philly to Williamsport....


This Day in Black History: Dec. 6, 1992
Jerry Rice scores record-breaking touchdown on Dec. 6, 1992....


Commentary: NFL Tries to Put Troubles in Its Past
After a lousy NFL off-season, fans hope the 2013 season brings what’s been in short supply: calm....


In Liberia, Soccer Is Bringing People Together
Liberia is seeing a resurgence in the sport known as football, with attendance and sponsorships up....


African Football Has a Black Coach Problem, Too
As Africa’s best national soccer teams square off in the African Cup of Nations tournament, some ar...


Commentary: Paula Deen Does It Again
Paula Deen has compared her troubles to the situation facing Michael Sam, the openly gay college fo...


Concussions: Youth Football Begins Prevention Work
Concussions: Youth Football Begins Prevention Work...


Multiple Factors Behind Africa's World Cup Stumble
Multiple factors behind Africa's World Cup stumble...


This Day in Black History: July 23, 1962
Jackie Robinson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 23, 1962....


Will Magic Johnson’s Dodgers Buy Inspire More Black Players to Own?
Former Los Angeles Lakers star Magic Johnson will become a majority owner of the Los Angeles Dodger...


The Influence Game: NFL Union Seeks Congress' Help
WASHINGTON – If the National Football League could throw a penalty flag at the players union,...


No NFL Team Should Take a Pass on Cam Newton
Facing NFL defenses could be a breeze for Cam Newton, who faced intense scrutiny at the player eval...


This Day in Black History: Feb. 2, 2009
Eric Holder becomes first African-American to be named Attorney General of the United States on Feb...


This Day in Black History: April 9, 1898
Paul Robeson, the internationally renowned singer, actor and human rights activist, was born on thi...


Teague, One of NY's First Black TV Newsmen, Dies
Bob Teague, a former news anchor, reporter and producer and one of New York City's first black tele...


2011 NFL Schedule: 10 Games to Circle
Even though the league is in the middle of a nasty work stoppage, here are the games you can't miss...


Chad Johnson Attorney Pleads With Judge to Reconsider Sentence
Johnson was given 30 days after slapping lawyer on butt....


Goodell Defends NFL Handling of Head Injuries
Goodell Defends NFL Handling of Head Injuries...


NFL Eyes Teammate’s Role in Burress Shooting
Posted Dec. 4, 2008 – As New York Giants star receiver Plaxico Burress recovers from shooting himse...

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