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Baseball Hall of Fame 2022: Sammy Sosa set for one final swing at Cooperstown
One of the most exciting, iconic and popular players in the game - especially during his 1998 quest to break baseball's single-season home run record - Sammy Sosa has seen his star both burn brightly and flame out to extreme levels.
What happens when isolation goes beyond a pandemic
A man cries over his mother's grave in the Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery, in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, on Sept. 29, 2020.
Aardman's thumbprint-covered rebrand reflects the people behind the clay
For the first time in decades, animation studio Aardman has undergone a major visual identity overhaul, including a new website that launches today (17 January).
Influencer Marketing: Turbocharge Your Digital Marketing Programme
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Netanyahu's Lawyers Discuss a Plea Bargain to End His Graft Trial
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's former prime minister, has pleaded not guilty in a corruption case. But his lawyers are negotiating a deal in which he might accept some charges to avoid jail time.
No. 755: Alex Ovechkin scores empty-netter against Islanders, now trails Wayne Gretzky by 149 goals
The Washington Capitals and New York Islanders played a snoozer at UBS Arena on Saturday, but Alex Ovechkin made it all worth it in the end.
How the Bills reportedly expect the Patriots to defend Stefon Diggs
The Bills aren't expecting the Patriots to place their Pro Bowl corner on their star receiver.
Here's the latest weather forecast for Saturday's Patriots-Bills game
Temperatures are expected to be in the single digits.
'There's Not Just One Type of Porn': Erika Lust's Alternative Vision
The Swedish moviemaker thinks pornography can create a society that sees sexuality as myriad and joyful, and where women's pleasure matters.