A year after the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history devastated Paradise, the state grapples with tough questions about how to rebuild in the era of worsening wildfires.
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The LA Clippers get fined, the San Francisco 49ers are the winningest team in the NFL, and the Boston Bruins are out for revenge. Scott Simon talks to Howard Bryant.
The sports company's move came after the former teen phenom told a harrowing account of mental and physical abuse she says she suffered under disgraced distance running coach Alberto Salazar.
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The '50 City College of New York Beavers were the only team to win the NIT and the NCAA tournaments. Matthew Goodman's book details how a point-shaving plot came to dominate the team's legacy.
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Members of the Australian women's national soccer team will now earn as much as the men's team in a historic deal that addresses the equal pay. Note: audio courtesy the Fox Sports Soccer Channel.
The deal will lift salaries for the Matildas by 90% and promises parity in training and travel. Norway and New Zealand have made similar moves, as a lawsuit against U.S. Soccer continues.
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Some finishers of the New York City Marathon this past weekend required 10 or more hours to complete the race. For them, the marathon is more than a test of fitness and endurance.
Commentator Mike Pesca talks about the downfall of the NBA's Golden State Warriors.
NPR's Noel King talks to Jim Chairusmi of The Wall Street Journal about a racehorse suffering a catastrophic injury at the Breeders' Cup Classic on Saturday in Arcadia, Calif.
The Washington Nationals will meet President Trump at the White House on Monday to celebrate their World Series win. At least one player has declined to attend.
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This will be Trump's second sporting event in the span of a week. The president's connections to UFC go back to at least 2001.
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The Washington Nationals celebrated their first World Series win with a victory parade on the streets of the nation's capital.
Washington is celebrating its World Series win, the Warriors are on the ropes, and Tommie Smith and John Carlos get a long-overdue honor. Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant of ESPN.
President Trump has chosen to attend Saturday's Ultimate Fighting Championship over the many other things to do in New York, such as comedy shows, jazz performances and live theater.
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Staffers at the sports and culture website began to leave en masse earlier this week following a directive from executives to "stick to sports." The future of the site is up in the air.
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The Washington Nationals, against all odds, won the World Series Wednesday night over the Houston Astros. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Washington Post reporter Chelsea Janes about the victory.
The ruling body has bowed to pressure from several states.
The Washington Nationals are World Series champions for the first time in the team's 15-year history.
Washington baseball fans crowded into Nationals Park to watch their team win the World Series despite the rain and the game being in Houston.