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Donald Trump · Nashville
Donald Trump: They Are Taking 'Knocker Fields and Baseball Fields' From the Children
Donald Trump wants to stop them from taking away the knocker fields.See the Story
Patrick Mahomes' Reaction to 49ers Taking Ball in Overtime is the Meme That Will Follow Him Forever
Patrick Mahomes' bemused reaction to the 49ers taking the ball will live on forever.See the Story
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Crime · Nevada
Man detained after scaling exterior of massive Sphere venue near the Las Vegas Strip
Las Vegas police have detained a man who scaled the exterior of the massive Sphere venue. Authorities say he began climbing the 366-foot-tall structure near the Strip after 10 a.m. local time on Wednesday. The department identified the man as Maison Des Champs, 24, a local rock climber who has pulled off similar stunts in Las Vegas and other cities. See the Story
52% Center coverage: 54 sources
Barstool Sports Has Mastered Turning Workplace Drama Into Reality Show-Worthy Content
The Barstool Sports brand is made up of hundreds - maybe thousands? - of people writing blogs and doing videos and podcasts (and video podcasts) about various topics. Dave Portnoy made the executive decision to cancel Barstools Radio over the weekend. This did not sit well with Ohio's Tate who wrote a post about it.See the Story
Chiefs beat Ravens in AFC Championship Game to advance to Super Bowl LVIII
Travis Kelce kinda-sorta threw Justin Tucker's helmet so Patrick Mahomes had enough room to warm up. There's another variety of pushing and shoving happening with some of the lesser-known names on each team. The NFL Today showed footage of yet another dust-up involving Ravens cornerback Arthur Maulet.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Lamar Jackson Threw His Helmet After a Fourth Quarter Interception in the AFC Championship Game
Lamar Jackson threw his helmet on the sideline after he threw a fourth quarter interception in the AFC Championship Game. Jackson threw the ball into triple coverage and it was intercepted by Deon Bush. Officials ignored what looked like a lot of contact by Chiefs' defenders on Isaiah Likely in the end zone.See the Story
Did Taylor Swift say ‘Go away please’ when TV cameras showed her at Chiefs-Ravens game?
Taylor Swift was in attendance for the AFC Championship Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens. As the game approached halftime CBS showed a promo for the GRAMMY Awards, where Swift is up for six awards this year. Then they showed Swift for so long that she was eventually alerted to the fact she was on television. She looked like she said "go away"See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources