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MLB players would be banned from using chewing tobacco under the first bill in a nationwide campaign planned by anti-tobacco activists.
A look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Tuesday, Feb. 24.
The UConn cornerback delivered a performance for the ages, recording an astonishing 12-foot, 3-inch broad jump that set not only a combine record, but what appears to be a world record as well.
MLB training camps heat up this week, warming the hearts of fans suffering in the arctic chill of a brutal winter.
A task force has recommended the Gulf state hosts a shorter tournament staged over cooler months.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about Tuesday.
Three years ago, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts cast the tie-breaking vote in a ruling that saved President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare reform.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said he had served in the special forces when he had not.
The Justice Department argued that halting action on immigration from taking effect threatens national security.
The 34-year-old actor's head was clipped by a car's wing mirror while he was crossing a street on Feb. 19.
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According to a fall 2014 report from the U.S. Department of Labor, more American workers are on the move than ever before.
A railroad depot where Abraham Lincoln spoke before leaving for his first inauguration is among 23 Illinois sites added last year to the National Register of Historic Places.
Of course it's nobody else's business whether my child is vaccinated.
We're eating more processed foods high in sugar, fat, and starch than ever before.
A partial shutdown would mean more than 100,000 border patrol, port inspection, and airport security agents would be left without paychecks.
It's on a tight timetable, but the committee tasked with replacing State Representative Rich Brauer has been selected.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk thinks any Republican considering challenging him in next year’s primary would be making a mistake.