Cardinals-Tigers series postponed after 13 in St. Louis organization test positive for coronavirus

The coronavirus will sideline the Cardinals until at least Friday’s series opener against the Cubs. | Jeff Roberson/AP St. Louis last played July 29 at Minnesota and is tentatively set to resume its schedule this Friday at home against the Cubs. NEW YORK — Seven St. Louis Cardinals players and six staff members tested positive […]

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John Eric Swing, a Filipino-American Community Builder, Dies at 48.

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. When Food & Wine magazine declared last year that “Historic Filipinotown is L.A.’s Next Great Dining Neighborhood,” an unseen player in this rise was neither a chef nor a restaurateur. John Eric Swing spent the […]

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A Visit to 5 of Patagonia’s Most Remote Schoolhouses

At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place worldwide, we launched a new series — is an American photojournalist and writer who lives in southern Chile. You can follow her work on Instagram. This story was supported by a grant from the photography festival Eyes on Main Street. Follow New York […]

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Dodgers starting lineup vs. Diamondbacks: Clayton Kershaw makes season debut

PHOENIX — Clayton Kershaw will make his season debut Sunday as the Dodgers go for a series win against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field. The three-time Cy Young Award winner started the regular season on the injured list with back stiffness but recovered quickly, throwing bullpen sessions earlier this week before being activated Sunday. “There’s just […]

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Dr. Eddie Negrón, a Physician Full of Fun, Is Dead at 69

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. Patricia Negrón and Diane Larsen have been best friends since kindergarten, so Ms. Larsen was always ready to step in and help her pal with Eddie, that dancing husband of hers. “He’d never tire, and […]

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Blackhawks in the playoffs? Chicago’s sports fans might as well rally around it

The Hawks celebrate a 4-0 exhibition win over the Blues in preparation for their series against the Oilers. | Photo by Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images If we don’t get all geeked up for Saturday’s best-of-five opener between the Hawks and Oilers, we might as well stay stuck on our last playoff game involving a Chicago team […]

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Blackhawks-Oilers series preview: Hawks’ hopes rest in Corey Crawford, penalty kill

Corey Crawford will need to lead the Blackhawks throughout their series against the Oilers. | Jeff Vinnick/Getty Images Jeremy Colliton wouldn’t explicitly name a starting goalie Friday for Saturday’s Game 1, but it’s nearly certain to be Crawford. The Hawks would have little chance without him. Corey Crawford spent much of fall 2019 trending towards […]

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Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw to make his season debut Sunday vs. Diamondbacks

Clayton Kershaw will make his belated season debut for the Dodgers in Sunday’s series finale against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Kershaw was scheduled to be the team’s starter on opening day but was scratched and placed on the injured list because of back stiffness July 23. His recovery has progressed quickly, however. The left-hander traveled with […]

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Tamar Braxton & WE tv Cut Ties After She Asks To Be Let Go From Network: We’ll ‘Honor Her Request’ 

Tamar Braxton and WE tv — the network which airs her family’s reality series, ‘Braxton Family Values’ — have ended their relationship, HollywoodLife has learned on July 31. Here’s what we know. Tamar Braxton and WE tv have cut ties, the network confirmed to HollywoodLife in a statement on Friday, July 31. “Tamar Braxton has been an […]

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Overlooked No More: Roland Johnson, Who Fought to Shut Down Institutions for the Disabled

Overlooked is a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times. This latest installment is part of a series exploring how the Americans With Disabilities Act has shaped modern life for disabled people. Share your stories or email us at ada@nytimes.com. In 1958, when Roland Johnson was […]

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John McNamara, Red Sox Skipper in ’86 Series Loss, Dies at 88

John McNamara, who managed the Boston Red Sox to within one out of a World Series championship against the Mets in 1986 — and whose strategy in the critical sixth game has been questioned ever since — died on Tuesday at his home in Brentwood, Tenn., a Nashville suburb. He was 88. His wife, Ellen […]

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Sen. Tammy Duckworth’s Big Idea: A Marshall Plan for coal country

The Big Idea is a series that asks top lawmakers and figures to discuss their moonshot — what’s the one proposal, if politics and polls and even price tag were not an issue, they’d implement to change the country for the better?   Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., wants to give struggling coal communities a jolt of new federal investment and help […]

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Dodgers starting lineup vs. Diamondbacks: AJ Pollock to play against former team

AJ Pollock will return to the Dodgers’ lineup for Thursday’s series opener at the Arizona Diamondbacks, looking to continue his hot start to the season against his former team. Pollock, who will play left field on Thursday at Chase Field, hit a team-best .500 over the first week of the season, going six-for-12 with two […]

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Blue Jays’ series at Philadelphia postponed because of coronavirus

This weekend’s Blue Jays-Phillies series at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia has been postponed after a Phillies coach and clubhouse employee tested positive for COVID-19. | RustyKennedy/AP It’s the latest in a series of scheduling changes as Major League Baseball attempts to play a 60-game season amid a pandemic that is surging in parts of […]

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‘Lost Resort’s Chrissie Fire Mane Reveals The ‘Message’ She Got Before The Show: Plus, Early Look At Episode 2

Chrissie Fire Mane is the lead healer on the TBS series ‘Lost Resort.’ Chrissie reveals why the show was so ‘impactful’ for her and more. HL also has an early look at the new episode. Lost Resort is unlike any reality series we’ve ever seen before. The show, which airs Thursdays at 10 p.m., follows […]

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Edwin Ríos’ two-run home run in 13th inning lifts Dodgers over Astros

There was one question looming over Wednesday’s finale of a two-game series between the Dodgers and Houston Astros: Would the Astros retaliate after Joe Kelly ignited a benches-clearing gathering for throwing pitches near Alex Bregman’s and Carlos Correa’s heads Tuesday? The answer was no. Pitches weren’t fired at any batters in the 13 innings played. […]

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John McNamara, former manager of Angels and ill-fated 1986 Red Sox, dies at 88

John McNamara, who managed the Boston Red Sox to within one strike of a World Series victory in 1986 before an unprecedented collapse on the field extended the team’s championship drought into the new millennium, has died. He was 88. McNamara died Tuesday at his home in Tennessee, his wife, Ellen, told The Associated Press. […]

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Renada McGuire, Resilient Home Health Aide, Dies at 39

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. The challenges kept coming at Renada McGuire, and she kept rising to the occasion. Whether raising six children as a single mother, fighting through kidney and heart problems or learning how to fish, Ms. McGuire, […]

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Katherine Hoffman, ‘Eternal’ Florida State Figure, Dies at 105

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. After serving as dean of women at Florida State University in the late 1960s, Katherine B. Hoffman said that her biggest accomplishment had been abolishing her own position. Bringing female students under the same administrators […]

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Anthony Rendon’s debut raises excitement level in Angels’ victory over Mariners

The last meaningful baseball Anthony Rendon played was in Game 7 of the 2019 World Series, in tension-filled Minute Maid Park, where the former Washington slugger hit a seventh-inning homer to snap Houston pitcher Zack Greinke’s shutout and spark a win that clinched the Nationals’ first-ever championship. What a letdown Rendon’s Angels debut must have […]

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ star O-T Fagbenle shifts gears in new Hulu comedy

O-T Fagbenle’s new series is a family affair. That’s because “Maxxx,” a six-episode comedy created by Fagbenle (“The Handmaid’s Tale”), co-stars and is co-executive-produced by his brother, Luti. “We made our first short when he was 8 and I was 12,” the London-born Fagbenle, 39, tells The Post. “But this was our maiden voyage in […]

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2020 Emmy Noms: Snubs, Surprises & Showdowns | Daily Pop | E! News

Whether it’s the stiff competition for Comedy Series or Reese Witherspoon getting shut-out, "Daily Pop" reacts to the 2020 Emmy nominees! Watch “Daily Pop” weekdays at 9:30am PT | 12:30pm ET. #ReeseWitherspoon #ENews #DailyPop Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub Subscribe to Daily Pop The PODCAST: http://linktr.ee/dailypop About Daily Pop: Come for the Hollywood headlines, stay for the hot […]

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Biden unveils plan aiming to tackle racial economic inequality

Former Vice President Joe Biden announced a series of policies on Tuesday that aim to address the massive racial economic disparities in the country. In his plan, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee is pushing for a surge in funding for low-income housing, increases in capital for minority-owned small businesses, and greater infrastructure spending directed towards […]

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