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Missouri freshman Michael Porter Jr. is in the conversation to be a top-five pick at the 2018 NBA Draft. (read more)

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John Franklin III, whose college career started at Florida State and included stints at East Mississippi State, Auburn and FAU, should be on the radar of NFL Draft scouts due to his speed (read more)

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Rick, Patrick and Michael recently commented on Covered California’s Facebook page, urging others to ditch health insurance. “No more fines or penalties!!! Trump took care of that!! Saved me 700 bucks this year!!!” “Trump removed the penalty for not having insurance. (read more)

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A seventh grade student in Ohio shot himself in a school bathroom early Tuesday, authorities say (read more)

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The Mexico national team winger's suspension following a red card against Heerenveen was upheld Friday (read more)

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Suspected Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz may never see a hefty inheritance from his dead parents, court records show (read more)

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After enduring a torrid time under Ronald Koeman, the Senegal international has been impressive lately thus earning the praise of his manager (read more)

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LAist, the news website that was shut down abruptly last year by its billionaire owner, will reopen under new management: public radio station KPCC. KPCC said Friday that it will run the website out of its Pasadena offices after two anonymous donors provided funds for it and other public radio. (read more)

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Trevor Siemian has downplayed how members of the Denver Broncos, including Brandon Marshall and Von Miller, among others, have actively campaigned for Kirk Cousins to join the team.Other Broncos players — not to mention head coach Vance Joseph and general manager John Elway — have stated the team needs to upgrade at the quarterback position, regardless of how the Cousins saga plays out. (read more)

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