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Hurricane Showdown Blows Back into Town

SPORTS | Nov 20
The Hurricane Showdown, played over Thanksgiving weekend, is entering its 23rd year and features teams from across the United States and Canada.

Mark Cuban: Dispute with ESPN Rooted in Automated Content

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says his decision to revoke the credentials of two ESPN writers who cover his team was driven partly by concern that automated game reports could eventually replace human-generated content.

Harvard Cancels Men's Soccer Season Over Sex Rating Report

SPORTS | Nov 4
A scandal over a lewd document has ended the season for one of Harvard's biggest sports programs. The university abruptly canceled all of its men's soccer games Friday.

Belichick Says He 'Can't Take It Anymore' with Tablet Use

PERSONAL TECH | By Kyle Hightower | Oct 22
Bill Belichick is throwing in the towel in his ongoing fight with the use of tablets on the sideline.

Twitter to Launch App on Apple TV, Others to Stream NFL

PERSONAL TECH | By Barbara Ortutay | Sep 16
A new Twitter app is coming to Xbox One, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV, where viewers will be able to watch NFL games on Thursday nights.

NCAA President on Pulling Championships from N.C. Over "Bathroom"Llaw

The NCSAA has pulled seven events from North Carolina thanks to the state's anti-LGBT law, HB2.

Switching Teams

SPORTS | Aug 31
Lesley Stahl profiles Harvard swimmer Schuyler Bailar, who may be the first openly transgender male athlete to compete in a NCAA Division I men's sport.

Sweden to Deport Gay Soccer Player to Gay-Hating Home Country

SPORTS | By Brittany Ferrendi | Aug 20
A gay soccer player will be deported from Sweden to Liberia where he will be prosecuted, beaten and possibly raped for his homosexuality.

Don't Cycle Through Knee Pain! There Is A Solution

FITNESS | Aug 20
Cycling relies principally upon lower extremity strength and endurance and therefore, many cyclists, especially professional and avid cyclists experience knee issues and injuries.

Inside an Olympian's Testosterone Ordeal

SCIENCE | By John Leicester | Aug 16
The young athlete, now competing at the Rio Games, always considered herself to be a girl just like the others, a girl who loved to run. Then the governing body of track and field told her she was different.

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