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Friday, September 29, 2023

Matthew A. Cherry’s NFL Past Helped Him Tackle A Sweet Story Of Black Parenting...

Matthew A. Cherry, a former NFL wide receiver turned Oscar winner who created the hit animated short film “Hair Love,” wants to show with his latest project that young parenting is the ultimate game of grit and determination.

Clarksburg Gathers At Delta High To Remember Justin Mccallister

Clarksburg gathers at Delta High to remember Justin McCallister. The Sacramento City College football player collapsed during practice and died earlier this week.

NBA To Curb ‘Load Management’ For Star Players With Strict New Policy

The NBA Board of Governors approved a new “Player Participation Policy” (PPP) on Wednesday in order to combat the rise of ‘load management’ and ensure that basketball’s biggest names are on the court throughout the season.

Brittney Griner And Diana Taurasi Express Desire To Play For Phoenix Mercury And At...

WNBA stars Brittney Griner and Diana Taurasi have both expressed their intentions to remain with the Phoenix Mercury next season and to play at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

A Look At The New Generation Of Black Tennis Stars

Cori “CoCo” Gauff is the youngest athlete to lead the new wave of Black tennis players and captivate the American sports scene. At 19 years old, she is the most youthful challenger to reach the elite stage of semifinals at the US Open since Serena Williams in 2001. 

Coco Gauff Wins U.S. Open In Dramatic Finish

By Matias Grez, Eryn Mathewson and Zoe Sottile, CNN Queens, New York (CNN) — Coco Gauff, the world No. 10 women’s singles player, has defeated Belarusian...

‘This Is crazy’: Coco Gauff On Winning U.S. Open

Coco Gauff defeated Aryna Sabalenka in three sets to win the US Open. CNN's Carolyn Manno speaks with Gauff after her win.

Simone Biles Says She’s Aiming For The Paris Olympics Next Year

Simone Biles has said that participating at next year’s Paris Olympics is a “path I would love,” a month after making her competitive return to gymnastics.

College Football’s Landscape — And Game — Are Changing Forever

CNN Sport's Andy Scholes takes a look at how college football's landscape, conferences and structure are changing forever.

Basketball Stars Hit Back After U.S. Sprinter Noah Lyles Pokes Fun At NBA

Noah Lyles, the fastest man in the world at the moment, has caused a stir and appeared to irk some of the NBA’s biggest stars by questioning why basketball players call themselves world champions after winning the NBA Finals.

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Supreme Court Will Look At New State Laws That Attempt To...

The Supreme Court will leap into online moderation debate for the second year running after the justices on Friday agreed to decide whether states can essentially control how social media companies operate.