Running through the highs and lows from Saturday afternoon’s action: WINNER: Louisville. When Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson roasted Charlotte for eight total touchdowns in the first, caution was still warranted.
It was a classic double-play: One of the city’s best hitters and one of its most cherished voices pairing up before the first pitch at Citi Field. Legendary newsman Pete Hamill
Former prime minister John Howard says female representation in Parliament is unlikely ever to reach 50 per cent because Australian women still carry greater responsibility for the care of children. Speaking to the National
Bill Foley believes he has found someone to run the business side of his Las Vegas NHL expansion franchise with the same acumen that he has on the hockey side
Greater Noida: Under pressure to retain his place in the Test XI, Cheteshwar Pujara overshadowed Rohit Sharma by scoring a solid hundred as India Blue made full use of a
TORONTO — Mark Scheifele was prepared not to like Patrik Laine, but the Finnish-born forward’s personality got in the way. It was a few days after the Jets had selected