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Sacha Trudeau, left, Deborah Coyne, Justin Trudeau, Suzette Rouleau and ex-wife Margaret Trudeau-Kemper assemble behind the hearse that carrys the casket of Pierre Trudeau at the state funeral for the former Canadian Prime Minister October 3, 2000 in Montreal, Canada. The funeral was held at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal. Trudeau died September 28, 2000 at the age of 80.

¨379591 01: Sacha Trudeau, left, Deborah Coyne, Justin Trudeau, Suzette Rouleau and ex-wife Margaret Trudeau-Kemper assemble behind the hearse that carrys the casket of Pierre Trudeau at the state funeral for the former Canadian Prime Minister October 3, 2000 in Montreal, Canada. The funeral was held at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal. Trudeau died September 28, 2000 at the age of 80. (Photo by Pierre Roussel/Liaison)

Justin Trudeau through the years

Justin Trudeau has been named the new leader of the federal Liberal Party of Canada on Sunday, April 14.

  • Tom Brady, Matt Cassel and the Patriots' Great Prank War of 2006

    Matt Cassel (16) learned the hard way: don’t mess with Tom Brady. In 2006, I was with the Providence Journal and in my first year covering the New England Patriots. Turns out, they were the tires off Cassel’s car, and Tom Brady had paid someone to remove the tires, put Cassel’s car on blocks, and move three of the tires (notice I didn’t say four) in front of the Cassel’s locker.

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  • Rick Carlisle, deep into Mavericks blowouts, is now calling timeouts that he doesn't have

    Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle isn’t even two months into the what will be the worst season of his coaching career, and yet he wants to keep the ride lasting as long as possible. Carlisle, the longtime head coach of the 2011 champion Dallas Mavericks, took two timeouts late in his team’s 120-89 blowout home loss to the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night, despite the fact that his team was, technically, out of timeouts.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • MMA's Chael Sonnen says Ronda Rousey is all hype and 'created by the media'

    Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Chael Sonnen has come out and spoken about Ultimate Fighting Championships' (UFC) former bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Sonnen, who has 5-6 win loss record in the UFC and currently fights in the Bellator MMA circuit, is not too impressed by Rowdy's skills in the Octagon, feeling that she is too overrated and hyped up by the media. "Ronda was created by the media.

    International Business Times
  • Vegas Golden Knights trademark denied: Report

    NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman encourages people to boo him as majority owner Bill Foley looks on before the Vegas Golden Knights was announced as the name for Foley’s Las Vegas NHL franchise at T-Mobile Arena on November 22, 2016, in Las Vegas. There was one big thing the new Las Vegas franchise didn’t do before having their  unveiling gala – make sure their trademark was approved. Mary Clarke of SBNation was the first to report Black Knight Sports & Entertainment (the holding company for the Vegas Golden Knights) had their application for a trademark denied.

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  • Amed Rosario is untouchable, on track to play some 3B and debut in 2017

    The Mets again have been repeatedly telling teams interested in top SS prospect Amed Rosario that he is unavailable in trade, Mets GM Sandy Alderson explained to reporters

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  • Justin Tuck says New York Giants need someone to light a fire

    Former Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck says that someone needs to provide a lift for the team as it heads into a divisional showdown against the Cowboys.

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  • USGA, R&A create local rule in wake of Dustin Johnson's U.S. Open issues

    Eventual winner Dustin Johnson had his final round and championship put into limbo when his ball moved on the fifth green at Oakmont Country Club. After the walking rules official declared Johnson didn’t cause the ball to move, USGA officials kept looking at the footage. As Johnson was making his back-nine run toward his first major, the USGA informed Johnson that he might — might — be penalized for the ball moving.

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  • Cody Sun is the new AD carry for Immortals

    Immortals has announced their new AD carry: rookie Cody “Cody Sun” Sun. The newly minted LCS player will have be taking over for veteran Jason “WildTurtle” Tran, who left Immortals to re-sign with Team SoloMid. Previously known as Massacre, Cody Sun has been active in the Challenger Series circuit since last year, most recently playing AD for the Dream Team that was knocked out of the 2016 NACS Summer playoffs by Cloud9 Challenger.

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  • Can Marcus Mariota be trusted in fantasy vs. the Denver Broncos?

    Marcus Mariota is a top-four quarterback in fantasy this season but has a terrible matchup against the Denver Broncos defense on Sunday. Should fantasy owners stick with the Titans star QB or go with another alternative?

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  • Tevin Coleman headlines best values in Week 14

    Rotoworld's Nick Mensio joins Jenna Corrado to lay out some of his best daily fantasy values in Week 14 of the NFL, including Falcons running back Tevin Coleman.

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  • Eighteen players selected in the Rule 5 Draft

    OXON HILL, MD — The Rule 5 Draft just went down here at National Harbor. As always, it was the last event of the Winter Meetings. As usual, you likely don’t know most of the players selected in the Draft, even if a couple may make a splash one day in the future. In all, 18 players were taken in the Major League phase of the Rule 5. Here they are, with the name of the team which selected them: Round 1 1. Twins:  Miguel Diaz, RHP, Brewers 2. Reds: Luis Torrens, C, Yankees 3. Padres: Allen Cordoba, SS, Cardinals 4. Rays: Kevin Gadea, Mariners 5. Braves: Armando Rivero, RHP, Cubs 6. D-backs: Tyler Jones, RHP, Yankees 7. Brewers: Caleb Smith, LHP, Yankees 8. Angels  Justin Haley,RHP, Red Sox 9. White

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  • The Cavs took the Water Bottle Flip Challenge while blowing out the Knicks

    LeBron James keeps his eyes on the prize. The Cleveland Cavaliers barely broke a sweat in dismantling the New York Knicks on Wednesday night, leading by double-figures for the entire second half and by as many as 34 as they cruised to their East-leading 15th victory of the season. With the game well in hand before the start of the fourth quarter, the Cavs’ top guns — LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson — spent the bulk of the final frame chilling on the bench, looking for something more interesting than garbage time to occupy their minds.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Ex-NHLer Kevin Stevens pleads guilty in drug conspiracy

    BOSTON (AP) A two-time Stanley Cup champion hockey player from Massachusetts has pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge. The Boston Globe reports (http://bit.ly/2grdpkl ) 51-year-old Kevin Stevens entered the plea Thursday in a Boston federal court to a charge of conspiring with another man to sell oxycodone. Prosecutors say Stevens and another man were involved in a scheme to sell the painkiller from August 2015 through at least March 2016 in several cities. A plea agreement says Stevens was responsible for 175 pills containing 30 milligrams each of oxycodone. His attorney says Stevens has battled an addiction to painkillers for many years. The Pembroke native played 15 seasons in the National

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  • Amanda Nunes 'gasses out' says Ronda Rousey while revealing retirement plans

    Ronda Rousey has brushed off Amanda Nunes' taunts ahead of their showdown for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight title on 30 December at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The American also suggested that she will not retire after her bout at UFC 207, but indicated that the end is near in terms of her UFC career. The belt has since changed hands on two occasions with Meisha Tate holding the title before being beaten by Nunes earlier in the year.

    International Business Times
  • Bolivian official breaks silence about air crash in Colombia

    LA PAZ, Bolivia –  A Bolivian official who signed off on the flight plan for a chartered aircraft that crashed in the Andes is breaking her silence and accusing her bosses of trying to stage a cover-up. In a public letter, Celia Castedo says she didn't have the authority to stop the doomed flight to Medellin, Colombia, that killed 71 people, including members of a Brazilian soccer team heading to the finals of the Copa Sudamericana tournament. Castedo says that a day after the crash her superiors pressured her to modify an internal report that she claims details how she warned the airline the plane didn't have enough fuel to safely make the flight. Bolivian officials say Castedo is under investigation for her responsibility in the crash.

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  • Oregon hires a losing coach?

    The newly hired Oregon head football coach has losing records at both of his prior 2 head coaching gigs. He went 24-25 at South Florida and 16-20 at...

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  • The Premier League Best XI of the season so far

    With 14 of 38 game weeks in the books, we have formally reached the halfway stage of the Premier League season. (I know, it hardly seems like yesterday that the Leicester City boys were parading their trophy on the bus.) Thus far, Jose Mourinho has underwhelmed

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  • Yankees have offers out to Chapman and Jansen

    Latest update, Dec. 7 7:15 PM: The Yankees remain in the mix for LHP Aroldis Chapman and RHP Kenley Jansen, reports ESPN's Jayson Stark.  According to Stark, the teams interested in signing the closers believe Chapman's contract will set the market for what Jansen gets.  Stark also reports that Chapman's agent is trying to get Chapman a contract in the five-year, $90 million range.  Previous Updates and Reaction The Yankees have offers out to Chapman and Jansen, reports Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. Offers for Chapman are past $80 million, with the Yankees prepared to give him a deal worth roughly $80 million over five years, reports Jon Heyman of FanRag sports. Chapman remains the Yankees' top bullpen

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  • He's back: Dale Earnhardt Jr. medically cleared to drive in 2017

    Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s return to the Sprint Cup Series in 2017 is all but official. Hendrick Motorsports announced Thursday that Junior had been medically cleared to compete next season. Junior missed the last half of the 2016 season because of a concussion suffered at Michigan in June.

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  • Cubs, Jake Arrieta to discuss contract extension in January

    Per ESPN’s Jesse Rogers, Jake Arrieta‘s agent Scott Boras says they’ll discuss a potential contract extension with the Cubs when they meet in January to hammer out arbitration figures. Arrieta, 30, is entering his third and final year of arbitration eligibility after earning $10.7 million in 2016. The right-hander followed up his Cy Young Award-winning 2015 campaign by going 18-8 with a 3.10 ERA and a 190/76 K/BB ratio in 197 1/3 innings during the regular season. Arrieta pitched well in the postseason, helping the Cubs win their first World Series since 1908. While Boras clients tend to go to free agency, it’s not always the case. Stephen Strasburg inked a seven-year, $175 million extension

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  • White Sox trade Adam Eaton to Nationals for Lucas Giolito, two others

    The Washington Nationals are getting the centerfielder they’ve been chasing and the Chicago White Sox now look like a team stockpiling big-name prospects. The two teams completed a trade Wednesday that will send Adam Eaton to the Nats in exchange for a package of prospects led by Lucas Giolito, a 22-year-old right-handed pitcher who is the Nats’ No. 1 overall prospect. The Sox are getting two more minor-league pitchers too.

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  • Price attempts to punch Palmieri through ice (Video)

    Kyle Palmieri found out just how protective Carey Price is over his crease. The New Jersey Devils forward danced around Jeff Petry on the way to the net. Palmieri appears to be trying to control the puck when he collides with Price.

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  • Detroit Red Wings announcer Ken Daniels' son dies at 23

    Jamie Daniels, son of Detroit Red Wings television play-by-play broadcaster Ken Daniels, died in his sleep Wednesday morning, the team announced today. He was 23. Jamie Daniels spent time as a manager for the Michigan State hockey team while in school. "Both the Red Wings organization and Fox Sports Detroit would like to offer their heartfelt condolences to the Daniels family during this most difficult time," the team said in a released statement.

    Detroit Free Press
  • Falcons sign fourth-year corner Robert Alford to four-year extension

    The Atlanta Falcons have locked up one of their young defenders, announcing on Thursday they have signed fourth-year cornerback Robert Alford to a four-year extension. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the deal was worth a total of $38 million, with $21 million guaranteed. Atlanta and cornerback Robert Alford agreed to a four-year contract extension.

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  • Matt Barnes and DeMarcus Cousins sued over New York nightclub fight

    Matt Barnes – with Kings teammate DeMarcus Cousins seen out with him – was involved in an altercation at a New York nightclub early Monday morning. Other details remain contentious. Barnes’ representatives claim he acted in self-defense and paint him as the victim. Other sources – reportedly including a video – paint Barnes as the aggressor. A court might eventually rule on the situation. TMZ: Matt Barnes and DeMarcus Cousins have just been SUED over the nightclub brawl at Avenue in NYC this week … with the alleged victims claiming they were brutalized by the NBA stars. According to the lawsuit filed in NYC, Jasmine Besiso and Myrone Powell claim they were innocently hanging out when Barnes approached

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