Cavs remain humble with chance to closeout Celtics in Game 5
BOSTON (AP) -- It took 10 games and halfway through the third round of the NBA playoffs before the Cleveland Cavaliers finally encountered their first true dose of resistance this postseason....
Trust Colangelo: 76ers president holds reigns on Process
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) -- Bryan Colangelo is not masking inferior basketball with a snappy nickname. The only banner he wants raised is one for the next Philadelphia 76ers' championship....
NBA announces 2019 All-Star game will held in Charlotte
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The NBA All-Star game is headed back to Charlotte in 2019, a couple of years later than anticipated....
Curses! Andretti weary of talking Indy 500 disappointment
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Before Marco Andretti ties the knot, he has another milestone in mind to seal with a kiss....
LEADING OFF: Cubs stage "Anchorman" trip, Pujols nears 600
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Game 7 offers chance at history for Penguins and Senators
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Craig Anderson is a realist, the byproduct of 15 years playing the most demanding position in the NHL....
Pekka Rinne has Nashville in 1st Final with smothering run
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Knocking the smile off Pekka Rinne's face right now is nearly impossible....
Woods feeling no pain, wants to compete again _ in time
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) -- Tiger Woods said he had fusion surgery on his back because he could no longer tolerate the pain, and that he wants to get back on the PGA Tour....
Rossi back in Indy 500 after near-pitfalls in '16 stunner
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- As the agonizing seconds ticked away last May, Alexander Rossi's frustration mounted on pit lane....
Yates, Evernham lead NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Robert Yates still remembers his college professor telling him he'd never make anything of himself....
President Trump's first proposed budget calls for $3.6 trillion cuts in government spending over the next decade in hope for a balanced budget, taking aim at social programs like healthcare, food stamps and housing for the poor while boosting the military, border defense and law enforcement. Critics say the Trump proposal would plunge the country back into recession and rip the social safety net away from people who need it most. The administration counters that the plan puts "taxpayers first" who shouldn't have to subsidize able-bodied people not contributing to the workforce.
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