Around 20 million people are restricted due to coronavirus measures in China, amid a surge in COVID-19 cases just one month before the Winter Olympics will be hosted in Beijing. But as Elizabeth Palmer reports, the fast-spreading Omicron variant is bringing the safety of the Games into question.
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This is a direct response to China’s “Zero COVID” policy that saw the same number of flights from U.S. to China canceled a few weeks ago.
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Tom Brady claimed this week that he doesn’t get special treatment when it comes to roughing the passer fouls. His contention found support on Sunday, when he took a helmet to the chin from Von Miller, without a foul being called. Instead, a foul was called on Brady for his reaction to the absence of [more]
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NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in a CNN interview defended the use of COVID-19 vaccines and said fellow Hall-of-Famer John Stockton's comments about 150 athletes dying from them make other athletes look like "dumb jocks.""I think statements like that make the public look upon athletes basically as dumb jocks, for trying to explain away something that is obviously a pandemic," said Abdul-Jabber, who described vaccines and testing as the best way...
The motosports competitor and stuntman was hospitalized on Saturday following a parachute stunt gone wrong in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- Bills Wire
What Sean McDermott said about #Bills' kickoff with 13 seconds left vs. #Chiefs:
Did the Bucs just lose their quarterback, too?
- Chiefs Wire
After the #Bills took the lead with 13 seconds left, #Chiefs HC Andy Reid told Patrick Mahomes: "When it's looking grim, go be the grim reaper."
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Much was made in the lead-up to UFC 270 about Francis Ngannou's contract. So what was his disclosed purse?
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Bills receiver Stefon Diggs didn’t have much of a stat line on Sunday night, with three catches for seven yards. However, Diggs racked up a “one” in a very rare category. Diggs wiped out a fan who entered the field, and who apparently was making a beeline for the football. A fan named Carl Fugate [more]
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Lia Thomas, the transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer who has beat women’s swimming records this season after formerly competing as a male, defeated Harvard University’s women’s team in two major races Saturday.
- Golf Channel
With the temperature at Lake Nona hovering at around 50 degrees, the world No. 1 shot a final-round 3-over 75.
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Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 3 is setting sail next month! Watch the wild first look now to see Captain Glenn Shephard's crew get tangled in hookups, bad weather and so much more.
- Entertainment Weekly
Jeopardy champ Amy Schneider says she's 'intimidated' by facing Matt Amodio in Tournament of Champions
Schneider's winning-streak record may surpass Amodio's on the next Jeopardy.
Stefon Diggs knocked the shoes off a field invader with a massive hit during the Chiefs-Bills thriller
Stefon Diggs landed a massive hit on the fan who invaded the field during the final minutes of the Chiefs-Bills AFC Divisional thriller Sunday night.
Everyone knows the quarterback's legacy on the field. Off the field, Mahomes loves ketchup, collects sneakers, and is pretty good at beer pong.
- The Wrap
The NBA Hall of Famer's season tickets at his alma mater have been suspended after he refused to comply with the school's mask mandate
Alex and Maia Shibutani won't be at the 2022 Winter Olympics to defend their ice-dance bronze medal, but considering that the "Shib Sibs" were only 23 and 26, respectively, at the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, you might be wondering why they won't be in Beijing. As it turns out, the Shibutanis "effectively retired" after PyeongChang, according to NBC Sports, but that doesn't quite tell the full story.
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While Tyrrell Hatton was applying even more venom to his epic rant against the closing hole at the Abu Dhabi Championship – a par-five the Englishman is certain cost him the chance of defending his European Tour title – Jon Rahm, the world No 1, went a few steps further by slamming the entire layout at the American Express Championship on the PGA Tour.
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Alvin Kamara says he's 'not 100% committed' to his dinner plans after Sean Payton report
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Ohio State setting the bar with Name, Image, and Likeness.