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Column: Tebow or the fight might not be great, but so what?
www.ctpost.com
June 27, 2017 FILE- In this April 6, 2017, file photo, Columbia Fireflies outfielder Tim Tebow looks out from the dugout before the team's minor league baseball game against the Augusta GreenJackets in Columbia, S.C.
Column: Tebow or the fight might not be great, but so what?
www.foxsports.com
June 26, 2017 Like McGregor, Tim Tebow has no real chance. Not after hitting .220 in low-A ball, and not in a sport new to him at the relatively advanced age of 29.
The TV Column: Another Arkansan getting a shot on Big Brother
www.arkansasonline.com
June 26, 2017 Big Brother is back, Arkansas! It's our No. 1 all-time favorite summer guilty pleasure.
The Times-Picayune's Jeff Duncan LSWA Columnist of the Year
www.nola.com
June 25, 2017 Duncan also won second place in the college column category for the Simmons piece and third for his pro column entry on the death of Pelicans' coach Monty Williams' wife. NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune took one other first place award by Saints beat ...
Column: Editor's picks for NBA Awards 2017
thedmonline.com
June 22, 2017 Green averaged 2.0 steals per game and 1.4 blocks per game during the season and is the tenth NBA player in league history to do so.
Column: My application to replace Sean Spicer
www.grandforksherald.com
June 20, 2017 Sean Spicer is reportedly searching for candidates to replace himself for his daily Five Minutes of Acute Discomfort. He has, according to Politico, been reaching out to Laura Ingraham to handle the daily briefing and David Martosko of the Daily Mail ...
JK Rowling and Katie Hopkins in Twitter row over Finsbury Park attack as columnist labels Harry Potter author ...
www.mirror.co.uk
June 19, 2017 JK Rowling and Katie Hopkins squared off over the Finsbury Park terror attack on Twitter today after the Harry Potter author accused the columnist of inspiring the incident.
New York Times corrects column that drew huge backlash for blaming Sarah Palin in Gabby Giffords' shooting
www.businessinsider.com
June 15, 2017 Gabby Giffords Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) blows a kiss after reciting the Pledge of Allegiance during the final session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina September 6, 2012.
McCollum's Column: The silliness of comparing eras of basketball
thecabin.net
June 14, 2017 And the stretch might extend to the 1980s and the Lakers with Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar or the Celtics with Larry Bird (and Bill Walton in one of their vintage years). Going back further, the Philadelphia 76ers were pretty darn good during ...
The titanic clash of Trump vs. Comey
wcfcourier.com
June 12, 2017 It was not an 18-minute gap, but it will be remembered as the most awkward conversation pause of recent presidential history.
Gerson: The titanic clash of Trump vs. Comey
qctimes.com
June 10, 2017 WASHINGTON -- It was not an 18-minute gap, but it will be remembered as the most awkward conversation pause of recent presidential history.
ESPN's Darren Rovell Wastes Everyone's Time With Dopey Column
deadspin.com
June 7, 2017 The Golden State Warriors just spent the first two games of the NBA Finals dominating the Cleveland Cavaliers in humiliating fashion.
Garrison Keillor column: What's the big deal about Paris anyway?
www.richmond.com
June 6, 2017 No sensuous pleasure can compare to the thrill of righteousness, and when the poor schlump stood in the Rose Garden and read his speech about America victimized by the crafty Europeans and the treacherous Chinese who designed the Paris accords, ...
Column: The economics (and politics) of Trump's Paris withdrawal
www.pbs.org
June 6, 2017 The announcement on June 1 by President Donald Trump that he will withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement was misguided, and the justifications Trump provided were - at best - misleading and, to some degree, simply untruthful.
Denver Post columnist Terry Frei fired for racist tweet about Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato
www.oregonlive.com
May 30, 2017 San Francisco catcher Buster Posey, the closest guy who could've stopped Harper, stood by and watched with the nearly 42,000 fans in attendance.
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