NEW YORK—Oscar voters today showered Alfonso Cuaron's “Roma" and Yorgos Lanthimos' "The Favourite” with a leading 10 nominations to the 91st Academy Awards while two dominant but contentious Hollywood forces—Netflix and Marvel—each scored their first best picture nomination.
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LAS VEGAS—The Vegas Golden Knights' home arena has a reputation among some NHL players as being one of the toughest to play in and loudest in the league.
The Minnesota Wild don't mind it a bit.
Charlie Coyle scored his second game-winning goal of the season with 5:31 to go last night to lift the Wild past the Golden Knights 4-2.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.—When the L.A. Rams' team bus rolled into their suburban training complex after a boisterous flight from New Orleans, the players and coaches were greeted by rowdy fans welcoming home the new NFC champions in the middle of the night.
MELBOURNE, Australia—Rafael Nadal is back to feeling healthy.
Probably not a coincidence that he's back in the Australian Open semi-finals.
NEW YORK—A Gillette ad for men invoking the #MeToo movement is sparking intense online backlash, with accusations that it talks down to men and groups calling for a boycott.
MELBOURNE, Australia—As Serena Williams made her way out to the Australian Open's main court during pre-match introductions, the voice booming over the stadium's speakers implored spectators to welcome “the world's No. 1 player—from Romania, Simona Halep.”
NEW ORLEANS—A big comeback. A blown call. And, finally, a booming kick that sent the L.A. Rams to the Super Bowl.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.—It's the dead of winter, meaning the weather in New England can be brutal.
And that the Patriots are headed to the Super Bowl.
It took them overtime and more of Tom Brady's brilliance to get there—for the third-straight year.
LA QUINTA, Calif.—Adam Long bounced around golf's backwoods for years, winning only a lone Hooters Tour event.
Now he's headed to the Masters as a PGA Tour winner.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Two Indiana University researchers whose cavity-fighting formula launched Crest toothpaste in the 1950s will be inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Joseph Muhler and William Nebergall will be inducted on May 2 in Washington, along with 17 other inventors and innovators.