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  • Nets owner looking to move company to Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian owner of the Brooklyn Nets says he is moving ahead with plans to transfer the NBA team's ownership company to Russia. Mikhail Prokhorov first announced last year that he wanted to shift control of the team to a Russian-based company after the Kremlin passed a law...

  • White House petition to make Opening Day a holiday hits 100K signatures

    A petition on the White House website calling for Major League Baseball's Opening Day to be declared a national holiday has passed the 100,000-signature threshold to earn a response.

  • Dodgers beat Diamondbacks 7-5, win both Down Under

    SYDNEY (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers felt right at home in their season-opening series Down Under. Yasiel Puig had three hits and two RBIs to back a scoreless outing by Hyun-Jin Ryu and the Dodgers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-5 at Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday. Dee Gordon and Juan...

  • LA jury: Helmet maker not liable for player injury

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles jury has found that helmet maker Riddell, Inc. was not liable for the severe brain injury of a high school football who suffered a helmet-to-helmet hit during a game. The Los Angeles Times reports that the jury deliberated for less than 30 minutes before...

  • Eli Manning's attorneys ask for lawsuit dismissal

    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Attorneys for New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought against him by a New Jersey sports memorabilia dealer. A motion filed Thursday by Manning's attorneys says Eric Inselberg's lawsuit is without merit. The memorabilia...

  • Reliant Stadium renamed NRG Stadium

    HOUSTON (AP) — Reliant Stadium, the surrounding park and all of the facilities in it are being rebranded. Governing board of the Harris County Sports and Convention Corp., which owns the complex, voted Wednesday to rename the Reliant complex after the Texas-based electric retailer's parent...

  • Obama's brackets may have violated ethics rules banning NCAA betting at work

    President Obama's NCAA bracket, distributed by the White House, and his comments to ESPN that he would buy the first lady some shoes if he won, may have crossed strict ethics lines barring federal workers from doing their own brackets while on duty.

  • Mobile devices add allure to March Madness at work

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Every year, the NCAA college basketball tournament gives employees a reason to goof off at their desks and root for their alma maters. But there's a growing source of potential headaches for bosses. Media companies like hosts CBS Corp. and Time Warner Inc.'s Turner are...

  • Wisconsin Rapids hosts national curling tournament

    WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. (AP) — Curling enthusiasts are gathering in Wisconsin Rapids this week for a national tournament with teams from 10 states. Daily Tribune Media reports (http://wrtnews.co/1dptZG4 ) the USA Curling 2014 Mixed Nationals began Saturday and will have finals on Sunday. Mike...

  • Obama unveils Final Four picks, predicts Michigan State to win

    President Obama unveiled his Final Four picks for the men's NCAA College Basketball Championship to ESPN and predicted that Michigan State would top Louisville in the title game. In a yearly tradition for the basketball fan, Obama shared his Final Four predictions, rounded out by Florida and...

  • Ravens linebacker to be in ad on health care

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Ravens linebacker Lardarius Webb is taking part in an advertisement to help people find out more about getting help to enroll in health insurance. Webb will be joining state health officials and advocates on Wednesday in Baltimore to highlight radio ads that will...

  • Shane Battier is latest Miami Heat player to pitch Obamacare

    The Miami Heat may not be a slam dunk for NBA champions this year, but there's no question about where they stand when it comes to Obamacare. Team forward Shane Battier is just the latest player to pitch in to help promote enrollment in the federal health care exchanges before the March 31...

  • With nod to March Madness, White House promotes Obamacare bracket

    The White House on Monday will release a “16 Sweetest Reasons to Get Covered” bracket, hoping to use March Madness to promote Obamacare two weeks before the deadline for Americans to obtain health insurance.

  • Pair of GOP senators want Russia kicked out of World Cups

    Sens. Mark Kirk of Illinois and Dan Coats of Indiana have urged FIFA, international soccer's governing body, to suspend Russia's membership "in light of Russia's military occupation of a sovereign Ukraine."



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