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The Browns placed quarterback Baker Mayfield on the reserve/COVID-19 list Sunday. Mayfield went on the list because he is considered a close contact of a staff member who tested positive for the virus Saturday. The Browns did not disclose the identity of the staff member, but a person familiar with the situation said it's not a coach who tested positive. The person requested anonymity because ...

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The Rock is now an owner of the XFL. Actor and former professional wrestler Dwayne Johnson has teamed with business partner Dany Garcia and RedBird Capital, a private investment firm run by former Goldman Sachs executive Gerry Cardinale, to buy the spring football league that filed for bankruptcy in April. The partnership has acquired XFL parent company Alpha Entertainment LLC for $15 million ...

Every April the National Park Service reminds us about the beauty and value of America's national parks. With most parks in the West and elsewhere closed to visitors, what's there to celebrate during this year's National Park Week? Plenty. Will Shafroth, president of the National Park Foundation, is taking time "to revisit places I have been in the past and explore new places to go." Shafroth, ...

No city knows how to bounce back better than the one whose latest cultural innovation is literally called bounce music. New Orleanians have been dealing with calamity since their first major flood and two devastating fires in the 18th century on up to Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Now comes the coronavirus, which has been especially cruel there, circulating during Mardi Gras before most Americans ...

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Should you book summer travel right now? If you're planning to visit the Pacific Northwest, you can fly round-trip to Seattle from Los Angeles for $117 in basic economy on legacy carriers. Deal site Travelzoo is offering the Handlery Hotel in San Diego for as little as $99 a night in June and July. Or you can book, say, a rafting adventure in Colorado. Why not go ahead and book it? After all, ...

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As a liberal-minded person, Kathy Gerus-Darbison never wanted to stand in the way of equal treatment for gays. As a college professor, she certainly never meant to end up on the wrong side of what many experts consider a settled question of science.

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