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Here's a look at the big sports headlines you'll be talking about today, Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Broadcasters could be fined for using the moniker of the Washington NFL team, a word many consider a slur to Native Americans.
Kansas City beat Oakland in a thrilling do-or-die playoff to eke out a victory in their first postseason game for 29 years.
With help from high-end designers, the new Mrs. George Clooney vaulted to the top of Hollywood fashion.
The "SNL" star blasts the retailer for blaming him for injuries suffered in a crash that killed fellow comedian Jimmy Mack.
Refugee processing centers in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala will try to deter unaccompanied minors from crossing the border on their own.
Single-use plastic bags will disappear from California grocery stores under a first-in-the-nation state law.
Three armed men allegedly dressed as police to steal medical marijuana plants from a licensed grower.
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The AC/DC rocker has been admitted to a care facility in Australia.
Microsoft announced its new operating system to replace the largely unpopular Windows 8.
The playoffs start tonight in Kansas City as the Royals play host to the Athletics in the American League Wild Card game.
A man who tried to run from police during a high speed chase was just too smelly to hide.
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The Olympic swimmer was reportedly pulled over in Maryland early on Tuesday morning.
Lawmakers scolded the head of the Secret Service over a security breach that allowed a knife-wielding intruder to run deep into the White House.
The Allman Brothers biopic assistant director has been charged in connection with the death of a crew member.
A decades-old rule that has prohibited pay-TV providers from airing some home sports games could soon be a thing of the past.