5 MLB Questions for Week of August 26

The final week of August has arrived, which means the hunt for October is about to heat up. With one month to go, several teams remain in contention for a postseason berth, while others (looking at you Baltimore), are starting to lay the foundations for next season. September will see wildcard and divisional races go... Continue Reading →

Michael Cohen: The Big Questions

Michael Cohen was found guilty -- and implicated the President in federal crimes, too. What’s next? By Abby White Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, was found guilty August 21 of breaking campaign finance laws, five counts of tax evasion and one count of bank fraud. The bigger news, though, was Cohen’s guilty... Continue Reading →

Carmelo Anthony: Houston, We Have a Problem

  Carmelo Anthony’s fall from elite status seemingly happened overnight. When Anthony signed with Oklahoma City during the last offseason, the Thunder’s hopes were high; at the very least, Anthony would be a crucial third option on a likely championship contender. Fast forward one year, and the Thunder are deemed an average playoff team at... Continue Reading →

Team Profile: Atlanta Braves

  When looking at the National League East prior to the start of the season, many saw it as the Washington Nationals division to lose. With superstars Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg, and Max Scherzer, they were the obvious favorites to take the division crown. Fast forward nearly five months later, and the narrative has completely... Continue Reading →

Paul Manafort: The Big Questions

The political world was rocked on Tuesday by news of Paul Manafort's conviction. What does his future look like? And what does this mean for Trump and the Russia Investigation?  By Sabrina Schnurr Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign leader, was convicted of eight counts of fraud on Tuesday: five counts of tax fraud, two... Continue Reading →

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