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Jose Fernandez of the Miami Marlins in action in a home game against the Washington Nationals on September 20, 2016

AP Source: Joshua Kushner May Buy Miami Marlins

MIAMI (AP) — A person with direct knowledge of the negotiations says Joshua Kushner, whose older brother is an adviser to President Trump, has a preliminary agreement to buy the Miami Marlins for about $1.6 billion.

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Duke, NC State Might Host Women’s Tourney Despite LGBT Law

NEW YORK (AP) — Duke and North Carolina State were among the top 16 projected seeds the NCAA revealed Monday for the women’s basketball tournament in March, making them potential hosts in a state that’s lost several sports events because of a divisive law.

Rebels in Ukraine Say Commander Killed in Car Bombing

AVDIIVKA, Ukraine — A top rebel commander in eastern Ukraine was killed along with another person when their car exploded, rebels said Saturday, blaming Ukraine’s special services for the blast. Ukraine’s military, meanwhile, said three soldiers were killed in shelling

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Paris Attack Raises New Security Concerns Over Olympics

PARIS (AP) — On a day when the Paris bid committee was supposed to show its best to the world, a knife attack on a solider raised more security questions about the French capital’s capacity to host the 2024 Olympics in a safe atmosphere.

Andy Dalton

AFC Holds on to Defeat NFC 20-13 in Pro Bowl

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Andy Dalton completed 10 of 12 passes for 100 yards and engineered two scoring drives to help lead the AFC to a 20-13 victory over the NFC in the Pro Bowl on Sunday night.

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Federer Beats Nadal in Epic Aussie Final to Win 18th Major

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Roger Federer won his 18th Grand Slam title and put some extra distance on the all-time list between himself and Rafael Nadal, the man he beat 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 in a vintage Australian Open final on Sunday night.


Valls vs Hamon in French Socialists’ Presidential Primary

PARIS — French voters are voting for the Socialist candidate who will face a tough battle to beat rivals from the far-left, the far-right and the political center in France’s presidential election this spring. Sunday’s choice in the Socialist primary

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23: Serena Williams Sets Major Record with Win over Venus

Serena Williams held up a Grand Slam winner’s trophy for the 23rd time, celebrating her unrivalled place in history, and received a congratulatory letter and a pair of custom-made shoes from Michael Jordan, the name most synonymous with No. 23.

Brent Musberger

Brent Musburger is Retiring From Sportscasting at Age 77

NEW YORK (AP) — Brent Musburger is calling it a career at ESPN after being the play-by-play man in the booth at sporting events enjoyed by millions of Americans, most prominently when he was the lead voice for CBS Sports in the 1980s.

King Felipe VI Of Spain Recieves Patxi Lopez

Ex-Basque Governor Hopes to Lead Spain’s Socialist Party

MADRID — Patxi Lopez, a former governor for the Basque region of Spain, says he will run in the Socialists’ leadership primary and hopes to lead the party to a national resurgence. Lopez made his announcement Sunday in Madrid and