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- NBC Sports BayArea
Steph Curry was having a fine game against the Clippers heading into the fourth quarter. Then a technical foul was called, and his spark was lit.
- The Oklahoman
Taking a look at five candidates to replace Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley.
- Men's Health
Pulmonary medicine and critical care specialist Dr. Mike Hansen explains what you need to know about the new Covid-19 strain known as the Omicron variant.
- Madame Noire
Venus And Serena’s Half-Sister Slams ‘King Richard’ Biopic: ‘Those Girls Rose To The Top While His Children Had To Suffer’
Sabrina Williams's late mother, Betty Johnson, was married to the former tennis coach in the early sixties. The couple had four children together shortly before Williams allegedly walked out on his family according to the Wimbledon champs estranged sister.
- USA TODAY
Two-year-old Emma Sweet was found three miles downstream from where her father had been found by duck hunters on Friday.
- Yahoo Sports
Joe Buck has jokes, everyone.
- Rolling Stone
"For the Intelligence Community, the Trump transition was far and away the most difficult in its historical experience with briefing new presidents," a new CIA report said
- Touchdown Wire
Oklahoma is making a list of coaching candidates and Kliff Kingsbury is on it
Divers off the coast of New Zealand came face to face with a giant sea worm that was almost 30-foot long. The creature is called a pyrosome, and while it might look intimidating, it’s actually perfectly safe to approach. Pyrosomes are part of a family of sea creatures known as tunicates or “sea squirts”. They’ve … The post Divers discovered a horrifying 26-foot sea worm that only comes out at night appeared first on BGR.
- Belleville News-Democrat
How does your southwestern Illinois community compare to others?
- Patriots Wire
This quote is absolutely perfect, Bill.
- College Football News
What will the Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY potentially look like? It's our prediction and best guess on what the latest rankings will be after Week 13
- Vols Wire
How Lincoln Riley at USC impacts Josh Heupel and Oklahoma's head coaching search.
- Footwear News
Trump wore a lacy blouse to celebrate Thanksgiving with mom Marla Maples.
- Niners Wire
The #49ers won a shootout over the Minnesota Vikings. Our observations from each quarter of San Francisco's third-consecutive victory.
- Auburn Wire
Here are all of the missed penalties on Alabama's final drive.
- The Daily Beast
Stephane Cardinale/Corbis via GettyThe legend of the curse of the Grimaldis was first relayed to me under the stars in a hilltop Mediterranean restaurant by an inebriated Monegasque. The tale begins with the first Prince Rainier of Monaco, who was struck by the unattainable beauty of a young Flemish noblewoman.Unhappily for him, she was a powerful witch who decided that she wasn’t going to be dishonored by a prince from the little-known principality of Monaco, which was then a rocky, one-ship ha
- The Daily Beast
GoFundMeOn November 19, Nathan Valencia, a 20-year-old Las Vegas college junior and fraternity member, fought a member of another campus fraternity in the “main event” of an annual boxing match.According to an Instagram flyer leading up to Kappa Sigma Fight Night, proceeds for the annual event were supposed to support Center Ring Boxing, a youth boxing club in Las Vegas.But the friendly match quickly turned tragic. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𝐊𝐚𝐩𝐩𝐚 𝐒𝐢𝐠𝐦𝐚 (@unlvkappasigma) Accord
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
What happened in this video is enough to shake any golfer.
- Business Insider
The organizer of the 'Stop the Steal' rally that led up to the Capitol riot said he will comply with a congressional subpoena because he doesn't have 'money to spend on legal bills'
"The only reason I'm going is because I don't want to go to jail," Ali Alexander said in a Telegram message Saturday night.