For Grant Hill, Orlando represents a lot. It’s where he and his wife, six-time Grammy nominee Tamia, have established their home. It’s where they’ve raised their daughters Myla and Lael. It’s also where Hill’s basketball career took a downturn. After starring at Duke, where he won two NCAA championships, and the Detroit Pistons, where he… Continue reading Grant Hill reflects on Magic career: ‘Those Orlando years defined me’
There may not have been the crowds chanting heatedly at the opponents. It was a Monday night and the Yankees got off to a slow start against the team with the worst record in baseball, but there was no let down at the Stadium. The Bombers rallied with a six-run seventh inning in the series-opener… Continue reading Yankee bats come alive in seventh inning to catch A’s, 9-5
Speaking at the summit by video link, the Ukrainian president pleads for help to defeat Russia and end the war.
The military alliance is repositioning troops to prevent Russia’s war from spreading but realizes its long-term challenges may still come from Asia and elsewhere.
Leaders of the world’s top economies say they “will not recognise Russia’s continued attempts to redraw borders by force.”
Reynaldo López has worked out with Johnny Cueto during previous offseasons. Recently, López found himself following Cueto in a game. Cueto pitched seven shutout innings for the Chicago White Sox on June 18 against the vaunted Houston Astros offense. López finished with two scoreless innings as they combined for a three-hitter in a 7-0 victory… Continue reading Talking shop with Johnny Cueto has helped Reynaldo López adjust to a larger role in the Chicago White Sox bullpen
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine surely heralded the end of an era of illusions. The subsequent criminal actions of the Russian army — the massacre of civilians in Bucha, Borodyanka, Mariupol and Irpin — have proven that post-Soviet Russia is not the country the West had imagined. A confluence of old-fashioned nationalism, imperialism and colonialism supercharged… Continue reading Opinion | The Future of the West Is in Question
PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Phillies superstar Bryce Harper is reportedly expected to undergo surgery on his fractured left thumb suffered in San Diego over the weekend. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Harper will need surgery to repair his fractured thumb. The Inquirer reported the surgery will put Harper out beyond the best-case scenario of four to six… Continue reading Report: Phillies’ Bryce Harper Expected To Need Surgery For Fractured Left Thumb
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There were tense moments in Philadelphia’s Fairhill neighborhood Monday night as an officer discharged his weapon after chasing a suspect wanted for stealing a car, according to police. Police say officers tried to stop the 20-year-old suspect at Front Street and Lehigh Avenue, but he bailed from the car and ran away.… Continue reading Officer Fires Gun During Struggle With Suspect Wanted For Stealing Car, Philadelphia Police Say
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A federal fire safety policy inspired by the deadly Fairmount fire back in January is headed to the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. A local congresswoman is proposing legislation that, she hopes, will make families in public housing safer. The goal is to bring awareness about public safety and to… Continue reading Federal Fire Safety Policy Inspired By Deadly Fairmount Fire Headed To US House Floor For Vote