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Stars Applaud Angelina Jolie on Twitter

Angelina Jolie's New York Times op-ed about her choice to undergo a double mastectomy to greatly decrease her high risk of breast cancer  has sparked lots of celeb reactions on Twitter, including some from stars who've dealt with breast cancer themselves. Check out what they're saying and join the conversation on Twitter.

  • Video: Growing Outrage Over Road Rage Death of Former NFL Player

    And outrage is mounting over the shooting in Louisiana that killed a former NFL player. Tonight, one witness coming forward to say what she saw during that deadly confrontation. Here's Eva pilgrim. Reporter: Tonight, new details about that deadly encounter. An eyewitness speaking out. I just stood there like, oh, my god, he really just shot this man. Reporter: Police say Ronald gasser admitting shooting Joe Mcknight. Vanessa Scott saying what she says she saw happened. He was like this at the window. Once he moved from the window, he walked around to the front part after the car, kept his arm locked. Reporter: And pointing? Pointed at the front of the car. Reporter: At the windshield? Yes, the

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  • World-Record Ferrari Attempt Falls Short

    The hoped-for Guinness record for the number of Ferraris in a parade that the organizers of the 2016 Finali Mondiali at Daytona International Speedway fell a bit short – 155 Ferraris short, to be precise. At the Ferrari Race Day at Silverstone in 2012, Ferrari F1 driver Felipe Massa led a parade of 964 Ferraris, upping the world record set in Japan of 490 cars, which upped the record set at Silverstone in 2007 of 385 cars. The parade at Daytona managed 809 Ferraris, which, while not a record, is still a bunch of Ferraris.

    The Drive
  • McDavid not pleased with concussion spotter doing their job

    In Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Wild, Connor McDavid stepped on Jared Spurgeon’s stick causing him to fall forward. McDavid’s chin/jaw/mouth made contact with ice and his head bounced up. The concussion spotter in attendance didn’t like what he saw.

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  • Jose Reyes in the outfield?

    The Mets will work out Jose Reyes in the outfield during Spring Training, Mets GM Sandy Alderson told reporters Monday at the MLB Winter Meetings.

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  • Detroit Lions WR Golden Tate says Matthew Stafford is 'lighting it up'

    Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate believes that a four-team playoff works for college football and explains what is working for his team at it leads the NFC North.

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  • Jayson Williams calls himself 'a coward' for his role in his limo driver's 2002 shooting, coverup

    It has nearly been 15 years since Costas “Gus” Christofi, a limousine driver working to shepherd former NBA All-Star Jayson Williams and his litany of friends around for a wild night out, was accidentally shot to death in Williams’ New Jersey estate. After a series of deadlocked juries and retrials Williams later pled guilty to aggravated assault in the rifle death in 2010, and the former Nets center was found guilty on four counts of attempting to cover up his role in Christofi’s death. Williams, free since 2012 and working with an alcohol problem prior to Christofi’s death, is clearly still working through the aftermath after all but abandoning the post-NBA career that seemed so expertly laid out for him.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • DeMarcus Cousins pushes handsy Joakim Noah (video)

    Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who was out for part of last season with an excruciating back injury, admitted that he had at one point tried medicinal marijuana to ease his constant pain. Several people have come out in support of Kerr, including Golden State’s own Klay Thompson. Speaking to the media, Thompson said that he felt his coach was right to try to battle his high amount of pain with marijuana if it helped him. Thompson also pointed out that there are numerous other diseases that medical marijuana have been shown to lower pain levels in patients.

  • Army breaking out WWII-themed uniforms for Navy game

    Army will carry with it a 14-game losing streak against Navy when it takes the M&T Bank Stadium field on Saturday. But the Black Knights will do so in some some great uniforms. The academy on Monday unveiled the special uniforms they’ll wear against Navy

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  • Mets plans to stick with Travis d'Arnaud

    Owners, players, MLB officials and the Major League Baseball Players Association reached an agreement Wednesday night on new a five-year collective bargaining agreement, the league announced Friday afternoon. The deal includes revised rules for free-agent and qualifying offer compensation, the international amateur market and luxury tax threshold. In the previous labor deal, teams were fined for payrolls exceeding $189 million. In the new agreement, the luxury tax threshold will rise annually from $195 million to $210 million. Teams that repeatedly exceed the payroll threshold by a certain rate will be subject to increasing tax rates, which could reach as high as 90 percent.  Teams will still

  • Hideki Matsuyama hurtling toward world No. 1 after torrid run

    Hideki Matsuyama is coming into his own. Hideki Matsuyama has finished no worse than second in his last five starts. Suddenly, Matsuyama is on the precipice of breaking through into the top five in the Official World Golf Ranking.

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  • Brian Cashman's Winter Meetings warm up is the ultimate adrenaline rush

    Brian Cashman is set to rappel down a 22-story building on the eve of the Winter Meetings. New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is continuing a tradition unlike any other in baseball. As he’s done each of the last six years, Cashman will spend the night before baseball’s Winter Meetings rappelling down the side of the 22-story Landmark Building in Stamford, Conn.

    Big League Stew
  • KHL player dabs while sliding on ice to celebrate goal (Video)

    Somehow, the dab celebration is still going on. Evgeny Korotkov of Ufa scored his first of the year to the tie the game against Dynamo Minsk and proceeded to incorporate the dab into his unique celebration. EA Sports added the dab to NHL 17 and already have a sliding on the ice celebration in the game.

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  • Rusty Wallace Is Back at Daytona -- In a Ferrari

    The first NASCAR race I covered was the last race of 1989, where Rusty Wallace won his only NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. Wallace is racing in the Trofeo Pirelli class, driving for the Risi Competizione of Houston. The big race is Sunday, but so far, Wallace is showing a lot of improvement, considering the fact that he has only one appearance, in 2006, in the Rolex 24 at Daytona, and that car blowed up, so he got little time behind the wheel then.

    The Drive
  • NFL Power Rankings: Are these Lions the real deal?

    The Lions have historically been known to disappoint, but Frank Schwab lets us know if this version can actually be a playoff contender.

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  • VIDEO: Zlatan Ibrahimovic punishes Stekelenburg mistake with incredible looping goal

    Of course Zlatan would score like this. Of course he would. With Maarten Stekelenburg deciding to come off his line and challenge Zlatan Ibrahimovic all the way out at the corner of the box, the super Swede poked the ball with his trademark karate kick. His touch sent the ball looping over Stekelenburg and into the net, but not without plenty of fun. The ball comes down right on the line, bounces straight up into the crossbar, and comes back down still without having crossed the line. As the ball pin-balled around, Everton defender Ramiro Funes Mori realized the goal maybe could be kept out, and began to sprint his way back, but the ball slowly bounces over the line just before Funes Mori got

  • Karl-Anthony Towns, Timberwolves battle back to top Hornets 125-120 in OT

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Perhaps this was the type of win the talented and young Minnesota Timberwolves needed to get on a roll. Andrew Wiggins scored 29 points, Karl-Anthony Towns added 27 points and 15 rebounds, and the Timberwolves showed late-game poise by erasing a 10-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Southeast Division-leading Charlotte Hornets 125-120 in overtime on Saturday night. “The more close games you’re in and the more you win, the better you get,” Minnesota coach Tom Thibodeau said. “Repetition builds habits. When you see things happen in a game, it slows everything down.” Zack LaVine added 17 points and Ricky Rubio had nine points and 12 assists for the Timberwolves, who

  • Eric Berry makes one of the plays of the season to steal a win for the Chiefs

    Safety Eric Berry decided that the Kansas City Chiefs weren’t going to lose on Sunday. The Falcons took a 28-27 lead with 4:32 left, and went for the two-point conversion to try to go up by a field goal.

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  • The Matt Holliday signing fits the Yankees' mold

    Chris Carelli, SNY.TV Facebook | Twitter | About Me | Archives The Yankees have a plan and signing Matt Holliday as their designated hitter signals they are sticking to it. GM Brian Cashman weighed several long-term and short-term options on the DH market, but the blueprint for the organization screamed one-year deal, to which they settled. The club is not one year from serious World Series contention -- in fact they might be a couple of years away. So long-term deals for a DH made little sense. I was hoping the Yankees would reunite with switch-hitter Carlos Beltran because I felt his left-handed power was a necessity and he was also looking for a one-year deal. Once Beltran signed with the

  • Raiders' Aldon Smith could be reinstated early this week

    A decision regarding the potential reinstatement of Raiders' Aldon Smith is expected to come this week and if he is reinstated, the LB believes he'd be ready to go Thursday night at Kansas City.

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  • Cubs raising ticket prices nearly 20 percent after World Series win

    Following their World Series win, the Chicago Cubs are going to increase season ticket prices by nearly 20 percent next season, according to Jon Greenberg of The Athletic. Club box outfield seats are spiking 29.8 percent to $115.87. Field box infield seats are up 20 percent ($112) and field box outfield seats are up 28.8 percent ($89.73).

    Big League Stew
  • Max Pacioretty finds scoring touch in win at Kings

    Max Pacioretty of the Montreal Canadiens celebrates his power play goal with Alexander Radulov #47, Andrew Shaw, David Desharnais #51 and Jeff Petry #26 to tie the game 2-2 with the Los Angeles Kings during the second period at Staples Center on December 4, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. LOS ANGLES – Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty felt his confidence start to surge early in his team’s 5-4 shootout victory over the Los Angeles Kings. The sniper, who had scored just one goal in his previous seven games, took a feed from Andrei Markov and fired a shot past Kings goaltender Peter Budaj at the 2:20 mark of the first period to put his team up 1-0.

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  • Rusty Wallace finishes 10th in final Ferrari Finali Mondiali race

    In the final 35-minute Trofeo Pirelli race of the Ferrari Finali Mondiali, NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace finished 10th overall for his best result of the four-day event. Driving for Risi Competizione/Ferrari of Houston, Wallace’s top 10 bettered his results of 15th and 32nd in the second and third days of the event, which was held at Daytona International Speedway for the first time. In Sunday’s race, Wallace finished third in the Professional, North America class. “I told myself that after the struggles we’d had, that if I could walk out with a solid top 10 in the finals I’d be happy,” Wallace said in a release from the track. “The team did great and I learned a ton. We’ve been here five

    NASCAR Talk
  • Beckham bitter against officiating crew after loss to Steelers

    Ralph Vacchiano | Facebook | Twitter | Archive PITTSBURGH -- Odell Beckham Jr. has had it with the officiating crew that he believes mishandled the Giants' 24-14 loss to the Steelers on Sunday -- the same crew he dealt with in his last two games against his nemesis, Josh Norman. He implied their rocky history has tilted the playing field against him. And he believes they should be banned from officiating any Giants games again. "It's not like I'm sitting here saying the refs are the reason we lost the game, but there's plenty of (bad) calls in the game and anybody can go watch the film. Anybody," Beckham said. "Anybody can go watch the film and see exactly what was going on. I don't know. I don't

  • Report: P.J. Fleck not getting traction as Oregon candidate

    Many thought that P.J. Fleck would be a perfect fit at Oregon after the Ducks fired Mark Helfrich, but apparently he is not getting much traction as a candidate for the job. The Oregonian’s John Canzano reports that Fleck has yet to interview for the job. He says Fleck is unlikely to do so until Monday at the earliest, if he interviews for the position at all. Fleck, 36, has Western Michigan 13-0 this season — an impressive turnaround from the team’s 1-11 record in his first season. He has been on the job for four seasons and has the Broncos consistently reeling in top recruits. Fleck is known for his energy and pizzazz, which resonates well with recruits and helps build interest in the program.

  • NBA VP Kiki VanDeWeghe on “unnaturual acts:” “Our rules are for every player”

    The NBA has tried to crack down on “unnatural acts” — players flailing body parts trying to draw a foul call. At the heart of that is Golden State’s Draymond Green, who picked up a flagrant foul for the unnatural act of getting his leg high enough to kick James Harden in the face Thursday night. Green fired back at the league, saying in part, “It’s funny how you can tell me how I get hit and how my body is supposed to react. I didn’t know the league office was that smart when it came to body movements.” Green’s argument is that he was fouled in the air and the high leg was the natural act of him trying to keep his balance. (Doesn’t matter, it’s a reckless act and if you kick someone in the face