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  • What I found in dad’s old jukebox (it's not what you think)

  • Every once in a while, I’ll open something up that hasn’t seen the light of day for a while. One of my kids’ baby boxes, a closet in my mother’s house, or a box of old files. It always yields discoveries, forgotten memories and much more.
  • What Jets are thinking as rebuild finally kicks into high gear

  • The Jets have been pointing to this offseason for two years. Now, it is finally here. Ever since the Jets tore down the roster in 2017, the 2019 offseason has been circled on the calendar as when they could really spend the money to rebuild. The 2018 season was about finding a quarterback, which they...
  • Breaking down what Giants will be looking for at NFL Combine

  • The significant front-office, coaching and scouting personal of all 32 NFL teams gather this week in Indianapolis for the Scouting Combine, and it would be appropriate for the teams to form two lines: one for franchises searching for a quarterback, and one for those that are not. The Giants could stand in both lines. Their...
  • Rangers’ caution at deadline opening door for youngsters

  • It may be difficult for the Rangers to be without their stalwart teammates as Monday’s 3 p.m. trade deadline approaches, but that also means the young players with whom the hope of the organization rests are going to get a bigger opportunity. “This is an incredible opportunity for all these guys,” coach David Quinn said...
  • Inside Nets’ puzzling decision to bench Rodions Kurucs

  • CHARLOTTE, N.C. — After shockingly pulling Rodions Kurucs not only from the lineup but the entire rotation, Nets coach Kenny Atkinson insists he sees the Latvian rookie as a starter in this league. “I project him as an NBA starter. I just think that’s who he’s going to turn out to be,” Atkinson said before...
  • Inside the training program that helped launch Gillibrand’s political career

  • In 2005 an ambitious young lawyer attended a five-day intensive training program at Yale University. The short but grueling schedule at the Women’s Campaign School was packed with workshops on polling, fundraising, public speaking, handling the press — and makeup. Eighteen months later, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) was serving in the House of Representatives, her...
  • Greg Bird makes strong first impression in Yankees’ spring opener

  • FORT MYERS, Fla. — There is only one job open in the Yankees’ starting lineup, so be prepared to hear a lot of chatter concerning who will be the first baseman when Opening Day arrives March 28. General manager Brian Cashman said during the offseason it was Luke Voit’s job to lose. That was well-deserved...

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