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What the major professional sports leagues decide to do in the next few days will play a significant role in how Americans view the next stage of the pandemic.
Convenient online sports betting is legal and live in 14 states.
The positive coverage shows a culture shift on LGBT issues for the better.
During the draft, they can't even endorse snacks that the league hasn't approved.
In staring down the virus's blitz, the NFL showed that it is possible to balance caution and continuity.
Coastal Carolina University beat BYU on a last-second play Saturday. Four days earlier, neither team expected to be playing the other.
American society is grappling with complex, nuanced issues connected to race and political power. If we have to filter that debate through the binary of choosing to stand or sit for a national anthem, we'll never get much resolved.
NYPD Banned Street Parking for Department Flag Football Championship, Says It 'Relocated' Violators' Cars
"This is a special event. This was the flag football championship," said NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft's Bust Is Being Billed as a Human Trafficking Bust, but It Looks More Like Ordinary Prostitution
It's also part of a larger national attack on massage parlors and sex workers.
Even with all the steps the NFL takes to level the playing field between teams, the Patriots keep rising to the top. It generates some envy, and resentment.
If Trump wants to negotiate good deals for taxpayers, he should start putting some pressure on his old nemesis: the National Football League.
There's no reason for taxpayers to finance athletic colosseums, and the Rams are providing a model for the next era of new stadiums.
Atlanta Spent $23 Million Building a Pedestrian Bridge for the Super Bowl That Pedestrians Can't Use
And even if fans could use it, $23 million is an insane amount of money to spend for a pedestrian bridge.
The Super Bowl is around the corner and a popular sex trafficking myth is back.