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NFL owners approve 17 regular season games for 2021 season. Here's what that means for the schedule

The official NFL logo is seen on the back of a hat in Los Angeles on July 21, 2020. 



NFL owners on Tuesday approved a 17 game regular season for all 32 of the league's teams.

Team owners gave their stamps of approval to the additional game, while also reducing the number of preseason contests to three instead of the typical four per club.


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Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 99


Prince Philip, the irascible and tough-minded husband of Queen Elizabeth II who spent more than seven decades supporting his wife in a role that both defined and constricted his life, has died, Buckingham Palace said Friday. He was 99. His life spanned nearly a century of European history, starting with his birth as a member of the Greek royal family and ending as Britain’s longest serving consort during a turbulent reign in which the thousand-year-old monarchy was forced to reinvent itself for the 21st century.


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Mask mandate repealed in St. Lucie County


St. Lucie County Tuesday night became the latest Florida county to repeal its mask mandate.

Commissioners voted 4-1 to end the mandate that required masks inside government buildings.


Public comment on the issue lasted for hours, and it was obvious from the very beginning how the majority of the crowd felt about the mandate. “Repeal this mandate,” demanded resident Matthew Pilch, the first speaker of the evening. The mandate in St. Lucie County had been in place since last July. Tuesday night, resident after resident stepped up to the podium to ask  commissioners to get rid of it.


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MLB moving All-Star Game from Atlanta in response to voting restrictions

Cardboard cutouts of fans in the otherwise empty seats face the field during the sixth inning of a baseball game between the Atlanta Braves and Tampa Bay Rays in Atlanta, in this Thursday, July 30, 2020, file photo. Georgia’s new voting law _ which critics claim severely limits access to the ballot box, especially for people of color _ has prompted calls from as high as the White House to consider moving the midsummer classic out of Atlanta. The game is set for July 13 at Truist Park, the Braves’ 41,000-seat stadium in suburban Cobb County.(AP Photo/John Amis, File) 

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Major League Baseball announced Friday it was moving this summer's All-Star Game from Atlanta's Truist Park, a response to Georgia enacting a new law last month restricting voting rights. MLB had awarded the game to Atlanta in May 2019 and the game was scheduled for July 13 as part of baseball's midsummer break that includes the Futures Game on July 11 and Home Run Derby the following night.


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Sunday highlights: Loyola Chicago stuns top-seeded Illinois

Highlights of the second round of the NCAA Tournament (all times Eastern): 12:30 a.m.


If the pregame prayer sounded more like a scouting report, it was. And if Sister Jean didn’t have any plans for next weekend, well, she does now. Loyola Chicago carried out its 101-year-old superfan's plans to a T on Sunday, moving to the Sweet 16 with a 71-58 win over Illinois, the first No. 1 seed bounced from this year's NCAA Tournament. Cameron Krutwig delivered a 19-point, 12-rebound masterpiece and the quick-handed, eighth-seeded Ramblers (26-4) led wire to wire. The team with the nation's leading defense befuddled powerful Illinois to return to the second weekend three years after its last magical run to the Final Four.


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Fans enjoy round 3 of Honda Classic; round 4 set for Sunday


Thousands of spectators enjoyed round 3 of the 40th annual Honda Classic Tournament in Palm Beach Gardens on Saturday. Rounds 3 and 4 are sold out this weekend, according to Honda Classic leaders. There are just 10,000 fans permitted to the tournament per day, due to COVID-19 restrictions.


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Miami Beach declares state of emergency and curfew as spring break crowds spark safety concerns

Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber declared a state of emergency and set a curfew Saturday, saying the crowds that have descended on the city recently are "more than we can handle." "Too many are coming, really, without the intention of following the rules, and the result has been a level of chaos and disorder that is just something more than we can endure," Gelber told CNN.


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Friday highlights: Oral Roberts stuns second seed Ohio State in OT


Here are some of the top moments from the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, March 19 (all times Eastern): 5:25 p.m.


Oral Roberts has pulled off the first upset of the NCAA Tournament with a 75-72 overtime win over second-seeded Ohio State in the South Region. It’s the school’s first NCAA win since 1974.

Kevin Obanor had 30 points, one more than teammate Max Abmas for the high-scoring Golden Eagles.


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Round one at the Honda Classic is off to a great start

More than 10k fans show up to see favorite pro golfers, On Thursday morning, hundreds of fans were shuttled to Honda Classic by bus. Rob Russo said there was only one thing on his mind.


Some of the most notable players to tee-off first were Phil Mickelson, Shane Lowry and Zach Johnson. Up to 10,000 fans were expected for round one. With more than 120 players taking part in this year's event, this tournament raises millions of dollars for local charities.


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Elvis Presley's iconic guitar up for grabs in upcoming auction

Gary Null & Frank Carroll/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images Elvis Presley during a performance at NBC Studios in Burbank, California


Elvis Presley fans will have a chance to claim a bit of musical history when a guitar used during an iconic performance by the king of rock 'n' roll goes up for grabs later this month. Kruse GWS Auctions is putting Presley's flaming red Hagstrom Viking II guitar on the block.


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Record-setting New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees announces retirement


Saints quarterback Drew Brees, the NFL's leader in career completions and yards passing, has decided to retire after 20 NFL seasons, including his last 15 with New Orleans. "Til the very end I exhausted myself to give everything to the Saints organization, my team and the great city of New Orleans," Brees said in social media post on Sunday, 15 years to the day after he signed with the Saints.


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Check how much you'll receive from the relief package with this stimulus calculator

The $1.9 trillion coronavirus package contains a wide range of benefits to help Americans who are still struggling with the economic fallout of the pandemic. The House of Representatives passed the bill on Wednesday, paving the way for President Joe Biden to sign it into law later this week.


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House approves President Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill


A Congress riven along party lines approved a landmark $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill Wednesday, as President Joe Biden and Democrats claimed a triumph on a bill that marshals the government’s spending might against twin pandemic and economic crises that have upended a nation. The House gave final congressional approval to the sweeping package by a near party line 220-211 vote precisely seven weeks after Biden entered the White House and four days after the Senate passed the bill without a single Republican vote. GOP lawmakers opposed the package as bloated, crammed with liberal policies and heedless of signs the crises are easing.


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Rare Kobe Bryant rookie card sells for almost $1.8 million

A rare Kobe Bryant rookie card sold for more than $1.795 million on Saturday, "an all-time record" for any Bryant card, according to the Goldin Auctions, an online auction house. The Topps trading card is a chrome refractors edition sold from 1996-97, Goldin Auctions said on its website. It is just one of two in the world "at its level of perfection.


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CDC releases highly anticipated guidance for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19

New guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can safely visit with other vaccinated people and small groups of unvaccinated people in some circumstances, but there are still important safety precautions needed. The guidelines were announced at the White House COVID-19 Response Team briefing on Monday.


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Meghan and Harry discuss anguish during life in royal family


Britain and its royal family absorbed the tremors Monday from a sensational television interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, in which the couple said they encountered racist attitudes and a lack of support that drove the duchess to thoughts of suicide. In a two-hour soul-baring interview by Oprah Winfrey, the couple painted a deeply unflattering picture of life inside the royal household, depicting a cold, uncaring institution that they had to flee to save their lives.


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