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Houston Homeland Security Investigations warns to beware of counterfeit World Series tickets, merchandise

HOUSTON — With the 2019 Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series set to return to Houston for game six and possibly game seven, the Houston office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Monday warns the public to beware of purchasing counterfeit sports apparel, tickets, and all-access passes or stadium credentials. During the first two games ...

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Security At NBA Game Confiscates Pro-Hong Kong Signs From Fans

Security at a Wednesday night NBA game between the Washington Wizards and Guangzhou Long Lions confiscated signs that read “Free Hong Kong” and “Google: Uyghurs” from several game attendees. Wizards spokesman Scott Hall confirmed the incident to Fox News, stating, “The building security staff removed signs tonight in accordance with Capital One Arena’s long-standing Signs, Banners, Posters, and Flag Policy. ...

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Is Your Representative Playing in The 2019 Congressional Baseball Game?

Twenty-seven Democrats and 44 Republican members of Congress will take the field for the Congressional Baseball Game for Charity on June 26 at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. Click here to find the complete roster. Notable politicians who plan to play include Republicans Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York and, of course, Republican Rep. ...

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US Women’s Soccer Player Ignored The National Anthem As An ‘F-You’ To Trump

U.S. women’s soccer star Megan Rapinoe kept true to her promise and ignored the national anthem before the Women’s World Cup game against Thailand on Tuesday. Rapinoe, who is openly gay, has said that she would never sing the national anthem again as an ‘f-you’ to President Donald Trump. She announced that she would “never put my hand over my ...

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Biological Male Wins NCAA Women’s Track Championship

A biological male who identifies as a transgender woman won an NCAA national championship over Memorial Day weekend. Franklin Pierce University runner CeCe Telfer won the DII women’s 400-meter hurdles on Saturday night, besting the second-place finisher by more than a second. “Telfer is the first student-athlete in Franklin Pierce history to collect an individual national title,” the university announced. ...

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Why You Need to Teach Your Child Gun Safety

Gun rights is a very discussed subject, especially in the US. As much as you want to keep your children away from these topics, they will notice them one way or another. Besides, they are always exposed to guns in movies and video games, so you can’t really avoid it. Protecting your child is your top priority, which is why ...

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NASCAR’s Dillon Tests Out Coast Guard’s ‘Big Jet Ski’

Coast Guard response boats don’t handle quite the same as race cars, but to NASCAR driver Austin Dillon, they’re both a blast. ”Coast Guard boats, they’re unbelievable machines. It’s like driving a big jet ski,” No. 3 said when he recently visited Coast Guard Station Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Dillon had a chance to see how the Coasties protect America’s maritime ...

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Marine Corps Drill Instructor Doesn’t Hold Back on NASCAR’s Larson

“Starting now, you will live, eat, sleep and train as a team. The words ‘I, me and my’ will no longer be a part of your vocabulary!” Those words were some of the first that NASCAR driver Kyle Larson heard as he stepped off the bus at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. No. 42 got an earful ...

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Athletes With High Testosterone Can Be Barred From Women’s Sports

Athletes with high levels of testosterone will have to take suppressants if they want to compete in women’s sports, according to a Wednesday court ruling from the highest court in international sports. The Swiss Court of Arbitration for Sport decided Wednesday that though restrictions on testosterone levels can be discriminatory, such discrimination is a “necessary, reasonable and proportionate means” of ...

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Former Olympic Medalist: Female Athletes Afraid To Speak Out About Males Competing As Women

British former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies said Monday that she knows of “quite a lot” of female athletes who are afraid to publicly share their concerns about biological males who identify as transgender women competing in women’s sports. Davies told Sky News that she’s had “many” conversations with female athletes who are afraid to speak out, especially “people who are ...

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Don’t have CBS? Here’s how to watch the Super Bowl this weekend

Cord cutters, people who have ditched cable or satellite in favor of streaming offerings, may not have access to CBS programming as the network is not available on services such as Playstation Vue and may only offer on-demand (not live) programming on other services, but there are options for them to watch the 2019 Super Bowl this weekend. CBS Sports ...

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Poll: Americans don’t want a politicized Super Bowl

By Joseph Hammond Americans don’t like to mix politics and the Super Bowl, according to a new report. Although Americans are looking forward to the Super Bowl ads almost as much as the Feb. 3 battled between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots, they do not want to see partisan attacks along with the jarring tackles. This ...

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Best BBCOR Baseball Bat Buying Guide – Top Bats Review

The decision of what type of bat to purchase, either for your kids, league play, or personal use, requires a little more than what the pros are playing with. Choosing which bat to swing on the plate has more to do with you, physically, than what it looks like. In order to make the best investment decision, consider these basics ...

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Watch: President Trump Hosts the NASCAR Cup Series Champion Martin Truex Jr. and Team [video + transcript]

Martin Truex Jr. and Donald Trump

President Donald Trump welcomes NASCAR Cup Series Champion Martin Truex Jr. and his team to the White House to celebrate their victory. Transcript THE PRESIDENT:  Come on up here.  A lot of courage, driving those cars.  A lot of courage.  Good afternoon.  Today, I’m thrilled to welcome the 2017 NASCAR Champion, Martin Truex Jr.  That is fantastic.  (Applause.)  And, Sherry, ...

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