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NHL, NHLPA agree on protocols to resume season in big step

Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly told The Associated Press on Sunday that the NHL and NHL Players’ Association have agreed on protocols to resume the season. Daly said the sides are still negotiating an extension of the collective bargaining agreement. A…

Nets’ Garrett Temple sees NBA restart as powerful social justice tool

Don’t get Garrett Temple mistaken: He wasn’t disappointed or even surprised that Nets teammate and fellow union leader Kyrie Irving expressed doubts about the NBA restart. But after seeing the killing of George Floyd finally wake America up to racial…

Terry Francona supports Indians name change: ‘Time to move forward’

CLEVELAND — Cleveland manager Terry Francona won’t sidestep the hot-button topic any longer. He believes the Indians need to change their contentious nickname. “I think it’s time to move forward,” Francona said Sunday. Francona’s comments came two days after the…

Republicans need to unite in defense of America’s culture

Today’s Republican Party is lost. There is no clear mission driving the GOP. Some Republicans may describe their mission as “freedom” or “limited government.” But this is only a means to a mission. These maxims don’t provide guidance as to…

What new NYC budget does under cover of ‘defunding the NYPD’

It seems the City Council’s move to defund the NYPD also managed to shield a particularly well-connected brand of lawbreaker — namely, the municipal employees and other insiders who abuse their parking placards. This, even as the new budget also…

Jacob DeGrom looks dominant during simulated Mets game

Jacob deGrom still has a few more weeks until the Braves invade Citi Field, but it doesn’t appear like he’ll need too much time to be ready for the defending NL East champions. The back-to-back NL Cy Young Award winner…

New York man in famous 9/11 photo dies from coronavirus

Stephen Cooper, 78, who was living part-time in Florida, succumbed to the virus March 28 at Delray Medical Center, The Palm Beach Post reported over the weekend. Source: NY Post click here for more…

Kristaps Porzingis’ reemergence another painful Knicks reminder

There will be nothing more painful for a Knicks fan regarding the Orlando restart than watching the Dallas Mavericks compete. The resurgent Mavericks, who owned a 40-27 record when the season was paused in March because of the coronavirus, will…

Kristaps Porzingis’ reemergence another painful Knicks reminder

There will be nothing more painful for a Knicks fan regarding the Orlando restart than watching the Dallas Mavericks compete. The resurgent Mavericks, who owned a 40-27 record when the season was paused in March because of the coronavirus, will…