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Today β€” December 8th 2019Your RSS feeds

Anthony Joshua Takes Back Heavyweight Crown from Andy Ruiz

By The Associated Press

A no-nonsense decision victory put Joshua’s star career back on track. Ruiz acknowledged too much revelry after his previous win and not enough preparation for the rematch.

Hall of Fame Takes Another Swing at an Underappreciated Era

By Tyler Kepner

Ted Simmons and Dale Murphy are among 10 candidates for election by the Veterans Committee, whose choices will be announced on Sunday. The former pitcher Ron Darling offered his thoughts on the seven he faced.

Yesterday β€” December 7th 2019Your RSS feeds

Hall of Fame Takes Another Swing at an Underappreciated Era

By Tyler Kepner

Ted Simmons and Dale Murphy are among 10 candidates for election by the Veterans Committee, whose choices will be announced on Sunday. The former pitcher Ron Darling offered his thoughts on the seven he faced.

Can Biology Class Reduce Racism?

By Amy Harmon

When it comes to race, “It’s always like ‘O.K., but now we’re going to start the lesson on peas,’’’ a biology teacher said. A study will test a new approach.

Can Biology Class Reduce Racism?

By Amy Harmon

When it comes to race, “It’s always like ‘O.K., but now we’re going to start the lesson on peas,’’’ a biology teacher said. A study will test a new approach.

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Texas Judge Blocks Construction of Private Border Wall, for Now

By Neil Vigdor

A Hidalgo County judge ruled that the privately built wall on the banks of the Rio Grande would pose “irreparable harm” to a nearby butterfly conservancy.

For William Nader, a Lifetime With Horse Racing

By Tom Pedulla

He got his start at his hometown track and now is an executive with the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

Hospitals Sue Trump to Keep Negotiated Prices Secret

By Reed Abelson

The administration wants to require hospitals to reveal the rates they privately negotiate with insurers for all sorts of procedures, amid the public outcry over surprise medical bills.

A Welcome Funding Source for College Athletics: Women Investing in Women’s Sports

By JerΓ© Longman

As the 50th anniversary of Title IX approaches, former female athletes are donating millions to build facilities and endow scholarships and coaching positions at their alma maters.

A Welcome Funding Source for College Athletics: Women Investing in Women’s Sports

By JerΓ© Longman

As the 50th anniversary of Title IX approaches, former female athletes are donating millions to build facilities and endow scholarships and coaching positions at their alma maters.

A Welcome Funding Source for College Athletics: Women Investing in Women’s Sports

By JerΓ© Longman

As the 50th anniversary of Title IX approaches, former female athletes are donating millions to build facilities and endow scholarships and coaching positions at their alma maters.

St. Thomas Attempts a Leap From Division III to Division I

By Pat Borzi

The Tommies, considered too good by their conference in Division III, found a potential home in the Division I Summit League. Will the N.C.A.A. allow such a large jump to happen quickly?

Soccer Can’t Avoid Climate Change Forever

By Rory Smith

UEFA has taken steps to counter the carbon footprint of a sprawling European championship next summer. But is the game avoiding a difficult question?

Soccer Can’t Avoid Climate Change Forever

By Rory Smith

UEFA has taken steps to counter the carbon footprint of a sprawling European championship next summer. But is the game avoiding a difficult question?

The Nets Win One for Their Culture

By Sopan Deb

After beating the Celtics on Friday, the Nets improved to 6-2 without Kyrie Irving. They’ve relied on some familiar faces to recover from a difficult start to the season.

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