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Israeli Tennis Star Shahar Peer Is Used To Dealing With Lots Of Political Questions
Shahar Peer pulls off a mild upset in the opening round of the U.S. Open, but as usual, tennis isn't the main topic at her presser.
Welcomes discussion >>
Patriots Owner Writes Letter To Parents Of American Killed Fighting For Israel
After California native Max Steinberg is killed for Israel against Hamas, news reports show a photo from his Facebook account of him wearing a New England hat.
Handwritten lines too >>
Hockey Booming In Holy Land Of Israel
How the action on the frozen pond found its way to an unlikely region.
Second rink on the way >>
Why Soccer Is The Last Sport For Grown-Ups
The game's window of opportunity in America appears to be opening because it is inherently free of many annoyances found in the NFL, NBA and MLB. >>
Bullying Victims Fight Back With Help From Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Royalty
How one child stood up for himself by using moves he learned from UFC's founding Gracie family. >>
Jeremy Lin: His Impact On Changing The Perception Of The Asian American Male
His stunning success in the NBA helps break the stereotype of their being geeky and socially inept. >>
From Another Era And Another Sport, A Sex Abuse Scandal Still Inflicting Pain Today
Before Jerry Sandusky, there was Donald Fitzpatrick, the longtime Red Sox clubhouse manager who lured at least a dozen boys into two decades of systemic sexual abuse. >>
Weeknight At Burnie's: My Evening As A Mascot For Reigning NBA Champion Miami Heat
For one game, our intrepid reporter gets to share the big stage with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade -- sort of. >>
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