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Tom Coughlin Interviews for Jag’s Job

Ex-Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin was the first coach in Jaguars history guiding them to a 68-60 record and a pair of AFC Championship Game appearances from 1995 to 2002.  Coughlin interviews for Jaguars’ gig, sources say

Tom Coughlin Interviews for Jag’s Job

Ex-Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin was the first coach in Jaguars history guiding them to a 68-60 record and a pair of AFC Championship Game appearances from 1995 to 2002.  Coughlin interviews for Jaguars’ gig, sources say

No Way Romo Plays as Back Up Sunday

Mark Sanchez is expected to be active on Sunday against the Eagles. That would imply that Dak Prescott won’t play the entire game, but it also means Romo may be inactive Why the Cowboys absolutely cannot play

No Way Romo Plays as Back Up Sunday

Mark Sanchez is expected to be active on Sunday against the Eagles. That would imply that Dak Prescott won’t play the entire game, but it also means Romo may be inactive Why the Cowboys absolutely cannot play

Russians Admit to Wide Doping

“It was an institutional conspiracy,” Anna Antseliovich, the acting director general of Russia’s national antidoping agency, said of years’ worth of cheating schemes. Russians No Longer Dispute Olympic Doping Operation Via www.nytimes.com The officials ended their long

Chicago Murder Rate Spikes

The nation’s third-largest city will end 2016 with a surging murder rate, a distrusted police force and a weary populace that has become inured to daily reports of shootings. As Chicago Murder Rate Spikes, Many Fear Violence

NYPD Will Allow Officers in Turbans

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill announced the policy change Wednesday, flanked by officers in navy blue turbans fastened with police brass. NYPD Changes Policy, Will Allow Sikh Officers to Wear Turbans, Grow Beards Via ktla.com Sikh officers can

Army Apache Crash Kills Two

A U.S. Army National Guard helicopter crashed approximately 25 miles southeast of Houston on Wednesday, tragically killing both crew members. Two dead in Army helicopter gunship crash in Texas Via www.washingtonpost.com The helicopter, an AH-64 Apache gunship,

Jobless Claims End 2016 on Good Note

Initial jobless claims, a proxy for layoffs across the U.S., decreased by 10,000 to a seasonally adjusted 265,000 in the week ended Dec. 24, the Labor Department said Thursday. U.S. Jobless Claims Fell Last Week to 265,000