• Dana White Says Joe Rogan is Going Nowhere

    Chuck Liddell and Matt Hughes may have recently lost their “lifetime” positions with the UFC, but company president Dana White said that as long as commentator Joe Rogan doesn't want to leave that he's going nowhere. While there had been talk that new UFC owners WME-IMG might be willing to cut longtime broadcast team Mike Goldberg and Rogan loose in pursuit of a new television deal, at least one half of the team appears safe.

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  • Horace Grant Didn't Always Need Those Goggles, But He Kept Wearing Them For The Kids

    Horace Grant is a four-time NBA champion, but the most famous thing about him might be his eyewear. On Thursday, the NBA world learned why he wore those goggles all those years. Grant, as the story went for years, was legally blind and needed them to see.

  • Kobe Bryant Is Giving Carmelo Anthony Advice On How To Deal With Phil Jackson's Criticism

    Phil Jackson has never shied away from public criticism of his players, even when those players were some of the best in the world. Michael Jordan wasn’t immune to the wrath of Jackson in the public sphere, and that trait especially applied to Kobe Bryant when he was coached by Jackson in Los Angeles. Now, Jackson is the president of the New York Knicks and his run-ins with Carmelo Anthony have been tabloid fodder since the moment the two joined forces in the Big Apple.

  • South Dakota State scores touchdown on fantastic trick play where they hide the runner with the ball

    South Dakota State took an early 7-0 lead on North Dakota State on Saturday with one of the more...

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  • The Obamas sent out their final White House Christmas card and Twitter is in love

    The Obamas have sent their final Christmas card from the White House and as you might expect, it's perfect. SEE ALSO: The internet takes a fond look back at the Obama presidency Twitter user @j3ssir posted a video showing the full card. Got the Obama Xmas card  pic.twitter.com/VBr963HUl5 — Jess (@j3ssir) December 8, 2016 Even Bo and Sunny signed. Of course, given the card's level of perfection, Twitter users are not okay. @BmoreFab pic.twitter.com/IK7wEzFfMn — lul1104✨ (@itstifftiara) December 7, 2016 @BmoreFab staayyyyy pic.twitter.com/jB24UEV4nr — Pim Diffy  (@_keetikat) December 8, 2016 @BmoreFab pic.twitter.com/cPerxcV39Q — Hopey_70 (@Hopey_70) December 9, 2016 @BmoreFab @POTUS BARACK YOU CAN NOT LEAVE US pic.twitter.com/X3IT11ONF9 — abel (@_AhhBell) December 8, 2016 @BmoreFab pic.twitter.com/XGtfAPB9lm — slim shady (@slimsshhady) December 8, 2016 @BmoreFab the girls have grown up and Michelle looks flawless. I can't. pic.twitter.com/8EB8IBfmis — Cara  (@hxlfpint) December 9, 2016 @BmoreFab the slaying is REAL!!! pic.twitter.com/1kIOA0n35E — #HeatNation ❤ (@Meka_luvs_music) December 8, 2016 Were we ever worthy?  @BmoreFab @mizgillianberry — Eugenia Vela (@euvelab) December 8, 2016 @BmoreFab Whooohooohoohooo Family Please Don't Go!!!! pic.twitter.com/EhHYgvL6UG — Multi-Specialist (@RobySupersax) December 9, 2016 We can't blame them. We miss this gorgeous family already. BONUS: President Obama brings Medal of Freedom winners to tears

  • Scott Hall Isn't A Fan Of Bret Hart, Who Is 'Really Selfish'

    Bret Hart (until turning over a new leaf recently, supposedly) is one of the pro wrestling legends who has never been afraid to call it like he sees it, which most of the time involves him badmouthing someone or throwing someone under the bus. In the November 2016 edition of Total Wrestling Magazine, which you can order here, Hall was asked about his memories of his WWF Championship match against Hart at the 1993 Royal Rumble. To me Bret’s really selfish, if you watch, there’s points in that match where I’m hitting Bret with what’s regarded as a hell of a working punch, I’m hitting Bret and he’s not even moving, he’s not even registering it.

  • The Shelby FP350S Is Ford's Entry-Level Mustang Race Car

    Can't afford the new Mustang GT4? This is your best alternative.

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  • Watch: Tiger Woods Plays Catch With Roger Clemens

    It was only nine days ago when Tiger Woods made his long-awaited return to competitive golf, and he finished 15th at the Hero World Challenge at Albany. He reported no injuries, which was a major success in itself.On Friday, Woods was on site to open his new short course in Cabo and some interesting video popped up later in the day that had nothing to do with golf: the 14-time major winner was playing catch with a baseball. (And with a catcher's mitt?)Check out the video below and make sure to dissect Woods's throwing form. ...

  • Photos of the day - December 10, 2016 (18 photos)

    A Kashmiri Muslim man offers prayers on the banks of Dal Lake, during a cold and foggy day in Srinagar; Leicester’s Wes Morgan, left, and Manchester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho battle for the ball during the English Premier League soccer match between Leicester City and Manchester City at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, England; and police arrive at the site of an explosion in central Istanbul, Turkey are some of the photos of the day. (AP/EPA/Getty/Reuters) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.  

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  • Murray has the edge over Djokovic and Federer can win 'one or two' Grand Slams, says Roche

    Roger Federer's former coach Tony Roche has backed the former world number one to return to winning ways when he makes his injury comeback in 2017. Federer has dropped to 16 in the ATP rankings and is likely to have a tough draw at the season's first Grand Slam in Australia in January. Roche, however, has backed him to win at least two more majors before the 35-year-old calls time on his career.

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  • Did Derek Carr's missed bomb to Amari Cooper hit NBC's Skycam cable? (Video)

    One of the stranger plays from Thursday night’s Kansas City Chiefs victory over the Oakland Raiders came with about nine minutes left and the Raiders down one score and struggling offensively. Once-MVP candidate Derek Carr had been having a brutal night throwing the football, and his receivers were faring just as poorly catching it. Carr was pressured by the Chiefs, who were in a single-high safety look, on third-and-7 from the Oakland 28-yard line.

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  • Randy Orton Believes He 'Could Have Looked Better' Against Brock Lesnar At SummerSlam

    Current Smackdown Tag Team Champion Randy Orton gave us one of the most (somewhat unintentional) iconic images and moments of the year when his gaping head wound caused SummerSlam to come to a close. Fans talked about the SummerSlam finish for weeks, and usually not in a good way. The finish of the Orton-Lesnar match has been second- and third-guessed by wrestling fans and insiders alike, but no one’s really gotten Orton’s take yet.

  • Explosion outside soccer stadium in Istanbul (21 photos)

    A suspected car bomb outside a football stadium in central Istanbul wounded at least 20 people on Saturday hours after the end of a match between two of Turkey’s top teams, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said. Armed police sealed off streets around the Vodafone Arena, home to the Besiktas football team, a Reuters witness said. TV footage showed what appeared to be the wreckage of a burned out car and two separate fires on the road outside the stadium. Soylu, speaking in parliament during a budget hearing, said around 20 people had been wounded and that initial indications were that the blast was caused by a car bomb targeting a riot police bus. (Reuters) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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  • LaLiga: Zidane champions 'undying belief' of Real Madrid saviour Ramos

    Sergio Ramos rescued Real Madrid again in the 3-2 win over Deportivo La Coruna and Zinedine Zidane applauded his impact.

  • Dexter Fowler bet on himself and won big with $82.5M Cardinals deal

    The numbers are in for Dexter Fowler’s new contract with the St. Louis Cardinals, and they’re big. Fowler’s former team, the Chicago Cubs, extended him a qualifying offer that was worth $17.2 million, but he turned it down, taking his chances on the open market. In Fowler, the Cardinals are getting a great center fielder with solid skills and dependable numbers.

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  • Trump expected to tap Exxon's Tillerson to lead State Dept

    President-elect Donald Trump moved closer to nominating Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his secretary of State on Saturday, a decision that would bring a business leader with close ties to Russia into the Cabinet. Trump has privately signaled that he plans to tap Tillerson for the powerful Cabinet post, but had not formally offered him the job as of Saturday evening, according to people who have spoken with Trump and his transition team. Some advisers worry that Tillerson's Russia connections would lead to a contentious Senate confirmation hearing and keep alive questions about Trump's own relationship with Moscow.

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  • John Glenn had an unbelievable connection with a Red Sox legend

    John Glenn attended a ceremonial tribute to Ted Williams at Fenway Park. Before he became the first American to orbit the Earth, astronaut John Glenn shared the skies with a Boston Red Sox legend. Hall of Fame outfielder Ted Williams served as Glenn’s wingman while the two served during the Korean War.

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  • Jamie Carragher exclusive: Mourinho needs to follow Klopp's lead

    Jamie Carragher believes Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho needs to follow the lead of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp as he attempts to find a consistent winning formula at Old Trafford.

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  • Silva's Week 14 Matchups

    Evan Silva analyzes the matchups for every fantasy-relevant player in every Week 14 game.

  • Chambers Bay, 2015 US Open Site, Covered in a Rare Snow Is Gorgeous

    Chambers Bay, located in University Place, Wash., -- 38 miles from Seattle -- isn't used to this kind of weather. Sure, it receives a ton of rain, but Seattle gets less than seven inches of snow per year. Chambers Bay's official Twitter account tweeted that just eight hours later the snow was all gone and the course would be open the following day.