TAMPA, Fla.—The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter free agency with expectations of signing Tom Brady and bolstering a defence that will be one of the keys to helping the six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback be successful with his new team.
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NEW YORK—Working at home on Wednesday was a little more involved than a laptop and cellphone for “Today” show host Savannah Guthrie.
Feeling too sick to come to NBC's Manhattan headquarters yet well enough to work, she had a makeshift studio set up in the basement of her suburban New York home and co-anchored the network morning show remotely with Hoda Kotb.
Tokyo Olympic organizers are pushing ahead with the Japanese leg of the torch relay despite the threat of the spreading coronavirus.
The Olympic flame, which is due to arrive on Friday from Greece, is scheduled to navigate the country for four months from March 26 until the planned opening of the Olympics on July 24 at the national stadium in Tokyo.
WASHINGTON — The Democratic presidential primary is consumed with uncertainty after leaders in Ohio called off Tuesday's election just hours before polls were set to open, citing the need to combat the new coronavirus.
Tom Brady, the centerpiece of the New England Patriots' championship dynasty over the past two decades, says he is leaving the only professional football home he has ever had.
The 42-year-old six-time Super Bowl winner posted today on social media “my football journey will take place elsewhere.”
NHL players have been told they can go home and must self-isolate there until the end of March, suggesting any potential return to play is many weeks away.
Christian Wood of the Detroit Pistons has tested positive for the coronavirus, a person with direct knowledge of the situation said Saturday night.
WILMINGTON, Del.—Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden is to deliver an address on the coronavirus on Thursday, less than 24 hours after President Donald Trump spoke to the nation from the Oval Office about a public health crisis he'd previously downplayed.
The games are too long, scaring away younger fans with ever-diminishing attention spans. There is too much standing around between spurts of activity.
And the unpredictable duration makes it difficult for TV networks to plan for a predictable broadcast window.
Not baseball. Not football.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Ivy League on Tuesday cancelled its men's and women's basketball tournaments because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus.