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Green Bay Packers HOF QB Bart Starr dead at 85


Arike Ogunbowale reflects on victory over UConn, looks ahead to Championship game against Baylor


Golden State Warriors visit former President Barack Obama


Suspensions upheld for Clemson DT Dexter Lawrence and two others


ND women's basketball team focused despite tough schedule


Ella Whistler serves as honorary cheer captain at Colts vs Dolphins game


Mishawaka Cavemen earn end-of-year honors


Irish team chemistry builds as season winds down


Notre Dame Quarterback Ian Book expected to return to practice ahead of Syracuse game


Whiff of offense: Strikeouts top hits, lowest average since '72


Irish WR Miles Boykin going through growing pains


South Bend's Michigan Street temporarily renamed "Fighting Irish Drive"


Harlem Globetrotter makes trick shot from airplane


EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Ivanka Trump advocates for youth sports


North Liberty brothers racing on professional, semi-pro circuits


Notre Dame fans react to national championship loss


Purdue heads to Big Ten champ game by beating Penn State


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Missing Connecticut mom of 5 may have disappeared in 'Gone Girl' scenario, husband claims

A lawyer for Jennifer Dulos' husband said they've found a "dark" novel Jennifer wrote that makes them believe she might have staged her disappearance

Mets manager curses out journalist, pitcher threatens fight

Mets manager Mickey Callaway snapped at a Newsday journalist while pitcher Jason Vargas had to be restrained by teammates after their side's defeat to the Cubs.

Santa Anita's racing season closes with sport of kings on the line

Thirty horses died at Santa Anita this season. Authorities have called for the track to be shut down — even though this was a safer season than usual.

Border Patrol finds four bodies, including three children, in South Texas

The body of a 20-year-old woman was found together with the children, the sheriff said.

'It's maddening': Student debt scams flourish with rise in robocalls, advocates say

College graduates across the country saddled with student debt have become prime targets for "bad actors" eager for a piece of the student loan industry.