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LeBron James proclaims himself the 'King of New York' after he conquers the subway and the Knicks

Well, if you can make it there, you'll make it anywhere, LeBron.
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In its fourth year, the war in the eastern Ukrainian region of Donbas continues to blight the light of ordinary Ukrainians. “The conflict deprives the most vulnerable of basic necessity, and most i
On third down, Case Keenum stepped up in the pocket and found Adam Thielen for a first down. Akeem Spence was called for unsportsmanlike conduct after the play, resulting in the ball being moved into
England coach Eddie Jones believes a Test against Samoa at Twickenham on Saturday will be a "fantastic dress rehearsal" for the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
British media have dubbed England ‘The Unnameables’ after they embarked on the series with some unfamiliar players, including Vince at No 3.
Tim Spiers and Nathan Judah discuss Wolves' unsung hero Barry Douglas.
There are 70 teams already bowl eligible, having won six games, and eight more spots to fill in 39 bowl games        
The 46-year-old, who takes his Aberdeen side to Ibrox next Wednesday for the first game in a double-header, has repeatedly refused to be drawn on speculation linking him with Rangers.
Paul Clement's position has come under fierce scrutiny after four successive defeats left Swansea one place and three points off the bottom of the Premier League table.
The Chicago Bears have promoted linebacker Howard Jones from their practice squad in the wake of Leonard Floyd's injury.
Quarterback, who's become an avid euchre player, is playing pivotal role in the Spartans' return to prominance with both his arms and his legs.        
Australia's Stephen Moore will start the 129th and final Test of his impressive career after being named as the Wallabies' first-choice hooker by coach Michael Cheika for the tour finale against Scotl
Juan Mata wants to follow in the footsteps of Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs and play into his forties at Old Trafford.
Man Utd are on the brink of qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League here's a look at who they could draw.
The International Ski Federation says it cannot stop Russian cross-country skiers found guilty in the Sochi Olympic doping program from competing in World Cup races this weekend.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said he believes that the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) may begin its work in half a year. Read more here   The post Ukrinform: PM says SBI m
Joe Edwards and Nathan Judah discuss Gary Megson's coaching change at West Brom today.
THE University of the Cordilleras (UC) Jaguars bounced back from their earlier loss after outlasting the Cordillera Career Development Center (CCDC) Admirals, 123-99, in the on-going Baguio-Benguet Ed
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THE University of the Cordilleras (UC) Jaguars bounced back from their earlier loss after outlasting the Cordillera Career Development Center (CCDC) Admirals, 123-99, in the on-going Baguio-Benguet Ed
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Carwyn Jones triggers probe into government bullying claims

The first minister refers himself to an independent inquiry into whether he misled the assembly.
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UK law 'to recognise animal feelings'

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