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Derek Jeter says the Miami Marlins will "do their part" in helping Florida heal after the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, according to TMZ. (read more)

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The Mavericks released a statement Tuesday acknowledging prior workplace misconduct allegations (read more)

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Lonnie Walker IV was the 13th-ranked prospect in the 2017 high school class [1] but started his freshman year of college slowly after undergoing knee surgery [2] in July. Walker been heating up over the last month. (read more)

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Ford Motor Co.’s head of North American operations is leaving the automaker immediately following an investigation into reports of “inappropriate behavior. (read more)

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JEONGSEON, South Korea (AP) - Lindsey Vonn cast a quick glance toward the sky after finishing what was likely her final Olympic downhill run, shrugged her shoulders after seeing her time and shook a friendly index finger at her good friend (read more)

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The Supreme Court sharply limited the legal protections for corporate whistleblowers on Wednesday, ruling they are not shielded from being fired under a federal law unless they have reported a potential fraud to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The justices conceded their ruling might gut. (read more)

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My column last week on a nearly 500-pound Norwalk man whose health insurer won’t cover doctor-ordered weight-loss surgery stirred quite a response from readers. Many sympathized with 53-year-old Shawn Alvarado’s situation, acknowledging that, in his case, a gastric bypass operation couldn’t be. (read more)

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