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Media Day for the Super Bowl: The art of saying little to nothing

This is not a story about Super Bowl Media Day. Thank God. This IS a story about the story of Super Bowl Media Day.

Manfred takes over as baseball commissioner

Rob Manfred knows he’ll get pounded now that he’s baseball commissioner — his name is printed in blue script on the sweet spot between the seams of every big league ball.

Source says Yankees may not make $6M payment to A-Rod

The New York Yankees are thinking about not making a $6 million payment to Alex Rodriguez if he hits six home runs and ties Willie Mays at 660 for fourth place on the career list.

Kyle Busch annoyed by being confused with brother Kurt

Kyle Busch said Monday he has not gotten involved in his older brother’s personal issues and is disappointed he has been mistaken for Kurt in coverage of assault allegations against the 2004 NASCAR champion.

NASCAR to leave championship format unchanged

NASCAR won’t change its new championship format, which chairman Brian France said Monday is “overwhelmingly popular” with fans.

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Rams notify St. Louis they’ll go year-to-year on lease

The Rams took the first step toward lame-duck status in St. Louis and a possible move back to the West Coast, notifying the city’s Convention and Visitors Commission on Monday they intend to shift to a year-to-year lease agreement for their use of the Edward Jones Dome.

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Snowstorm threatens to paralyze region crowded by millions

Tens of millions of people along the Philadelphia-to-Boston corridor rushed to get home and settle in Monday as a fearsome storm swirled in with the potential for hurricane-force winds and 1 to 3 feet of snow that could paralyze the Northeast for days.

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Hobbyist claims drone that crashes at White Houes

A two-foot-long drone apparently flown by a hobbyist crashed on the White House grounds Monday in an extraordinary, if unintended, breach that raised fresh questions about the president’s security — and a growing threat from the sky.

$376,000 spent flying commissioners to meetings

Missouri spent $376,000 to fly commissioners to meetings across the state when hundreds of thousands of dollars could have been saved if they drove instead, according to the state audit.

Hearing shows support for review of entire state tax code

Business groups say they support a proposed multi-year review of Missouri’s tax code by a panel of experts.

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