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The Red Sox legend is firing back at cyberbullies.
His representatives have yet to confirm or deny reports suggesting the R&B star is the father of a nine-month-old baby girl.
Daniel Von Bargen was a regular "Seinfeld" character, playing Mr. Kruger on the hit show.
Baseball, the timeless game of endless summers, is now on the clock.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, March 4.
The practice of Clinton, a likely Democratic presidential candidate, physically running her own email as a Cabinet-level official is highly unusual.
Two dramatically different portraits of the Boston Marathon Bombing suspect are emerging at his federal death penalty trial.
House Speaker John Boehner's job is safe despite passing another big bill that most of his Republican colleagues opposed.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
Jackson watched the Buckeyes' 81-57 victory over Nebraska last Thursday.
The U.S. and Iranian foreign ministers are beginning a third day of talks over Iran's nuclear program.
What if we replaced Christian Grey with the Dark Knight?
Five environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against the federal government challenging its authority to kill endangered wolves in Washington state.
With the state Senate passing a bill to regulate medical marijuana, Washington's House of Representatives is preparing its version of a pot-market overhaul.
The Washington state House has voted to raise the state's minimum wage to $12 an hour.
The Washington state House has passed a bill requiring many of the state's employers to offer employees paid sick leave.
WHL teams Seattle Thunderbirds, Spokane Chiefs, Tri-City Americans and Everett Silvertips say might have to leave if law isn't changed
Washington schools wouldn't be able to restrain or isolate special needs kids under legislation passed by the state house.
No. 1 Kentucky overcame a nine-point deficit in the second half to keep its perfect season intact, beating Georgiaon Tuesday night.