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LOS ANGELES — It is more than digits on a uniform, it is a symbol of community, a monument to connection, a deep blue landmark that has long bonded a city and its baseball team.

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ATLANTA — Tom Brady is the greatest football player of all time. Tom Brady will not — this is another in the series of bold/bonehead MB predictions — be the greatest football announcer of all time.

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Although February is the shortest calendar month of the year, it has served as one of the most significant months for momentous musical events — both happy and sad.

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In touting her own presidential qualifications, Nikki Haley sounded a familiar theme that is likely to be heard a lot in the 2024 presidential race.

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It’s almost the end of my first Dry January, and I am happy to report — as if you didn’t already know — that it’s possible to stop drinking even when you think you can’t.

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The video game adaptation curse has officially ended with the arrival of the first episode of “The Last of Us.” “Detective Pikachu,” “Sonic the Hedgehog” and “Mortal Kombat” all started chipping away at the curse, but the new show from HBO Max has plowed through it like a truck flying throug…

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Here at Washington’s ever-congested intersection of politics, policy and the news media, we have finally gotten some experienced help.

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If life is a pie chart with different size slices for “eating, sleeping, working,” etc., the biggest slice of my pie would be “looking for my reading glasses.”

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I am not one to make blanket statements, but I will make one now: We have enough blankets in our house to cover the Green Bay Packers.

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If you sighed, gasped, cursed or prayed when Patrick Mahomes suffered a ghastly-looking ankle injury late in the first quarter of the Chiefs’ AFC Divisional Round game against Jacksonville on Saturday at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, you were in good company.

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