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CBS’ Stephen Colbert noted President-elect Trump told Fox News he hopes members of Congress who are not attending the inauguration will give him their tickets. Colbert: “Did you just say you hope they give you their tickets? Is Donald Trump scalping tickets to his own inauguration? &ls...
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Monday, July 8, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell • Promotions Wizard Mike Veeck To Keep Fans Out Of Park • Athens To Get IOC Approv
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The NEW HAVEN REGISTER''s Joseph Straw reported that New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. said that "the city wants the New Haven Coliseum closed by Sept. 1 and demolished ''as soon as that is possible.
Many sports business insiders believe that the Dolan family, which owns Cablevision and MSG, "are only doing the teams [Knicks and Rangers] up to help a sale later in the year," according to Neal Trav
With recent trades for RF Raul Mondesi and P Jeff Weaver, the Yankees'' payroll is close to $140M, up from $126M at the start of the season, according to Phil Rogers of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE, who wrote,
E.A. BUD GINGHER, founder of the ECHL Dayton Bombers and ECHL BOG Chair from ''92-95, passed away last week at the age of 65 from an apparent heart attack (ECHL). ...JOHN MCENROE''s
Some Bears home games this season at Memorial Stadium in Champaign, IL, "could be blacked out on television in the Chicago area something that hasn''t happened since the NFL went to its current
Saturday''s Pepsi 400 on Fox earned a 5.1/10 overnight Nielsen rating, marking a 12% decrease from last year''s 5.8/11 on NBC (THE DAILY). In Orlando, Scott Andera writes that Fox analyst Darrell Walt
The cloud of a work stoppage hovers over tomorrow''s Mid-Summer Classic as the MLBPA meets today near Chicago to discuss a possible strike date. Interestingly, much of the weekend media was pro-manage
The Baltimore SUN''s Jesse Colvin reported that the Baltimore Buzz will be one of four charter franchises in the proposed National Women''s Professional Volleyball League (NWPVL). The league will als
The TRENTON TIMES'' Andrew Smith reported that developers in Trenton "have unveiled plans for a $25.5 million complex for extreme sports – a revolutionary concept that could benefit the city''s