Behind a call for greater police accountability following his arrest in a case of mistaken identity, retired tennis star James Blake emerged hopeful and full of praise…
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The NYPD union has defended Officer James Frascatore, while James Blake’s “twin” reveals he’s the brother of a credit card fraud victim.
Retired tennis star James Blake is speaking out against the NYPD officer who used excessive force against him last week, stating the cop should be fired…
In an intense match against Roberta Vinci, Serena Williams was forced to end her Grand Slam bid just two matches shy of Saturday’s final.
One little girl’s admirable ambition has made her want to be like the most powerful athlete in the world — Serena Williams.
Serena Williams must play her older sister Venus Williams in order to take the Grand Slam Title at the US Open on Tuesday.
Serena Williams hugs the championship trophy after defeating Victoria Azarenka, of Belarus, during the women’s singles final of the 2013 U.S. Open tennis tournament, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, in New York. (AP Photo/David Goldman) by Howard FendrichAP Tennis Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Serena Williams won her first major title at the 1999 U.S. Open, when she was just 17.
by Bill Neal BILL NEAL * So that you’re caught up, the Finish Line is about just that. The end. A conclusion. A final thought if you will. Some things for you to reconsider before it’s over. Before you cross the finish line. * There are roughly a trillion or so TV and radio stations in the Pittsburgh and Allegheny County areas, but for some unknown reason there is no, none, zero conversation about the NBA finals. The Penguins have been dead for a month. The Pirates have “90” more games. The Power . . . well, they have no power. No Pitt or college anything and the Steelers are two months away. But there is no conversation about the NBA. And for the record, now the 2nd highest grossing sport in the U.S., behind the NFL . . . hockey is 4th. Why? I don’t know. But if it looks like a duck and walks like a duck and quacks . . . then guess what?