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Denver teachers go on strike to demand better pay.
Nearly 2,100 educators are walking out of classrooms in Denver, Colorado, for the first time in 25 years to demand better wages.
Sports broadcaster Bob Costas opens up about why he was removed from NBC’s Super Bowl telecast.
In an interview with ESPN, the veteran sports commentator shared that he was removed from NBC’s 2018 Super Bowl coverage for bringing attention to the concussion crisis faced by NFL players.
Heisman winner Kyler Murray chooses the NFL over MLB.
On Monday, Kyler Murray announced that he is “firmly and fully committing my life and tim to becoming an NFL quarterback”. Since 2018, speculation surrounded the athlete and whether or not he would forgo playing professional football to pursue a career with the Oakland A’s.
Emergency declared over ‘invasion’ of polar bears on Russian islands.
Authorities in the Russian archipelago of Novaya Zemlya have declard a state of emergency after more than 50 polar bears were spotted in the region.
Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has been found guilty on all counts.
Prosecutor Richard P. Donoghue said that El Chapo’s conviction of all 10 counts in his drug trafficking trial should bring a sentence of life without the possibility of parole.