- Boston, cradle of liberty, braces for spirited protests
BOSTON (AP) — Conservative activists and leftist counterprotesters prepared for a confrontation on Boston Common that could draw thousands a week after a demonstration in Virginia turned deadly.
- Duke University removes statue of Confederate general
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Duke University removed a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee early Saturday, days after it was vandalized amid a national debate about monuments to the Confederacy.
- Trump to skip Kennedy Center arts awards
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (AP) — In a break with tradition, President Donald Trump and the first lady have decided not to participate in events honoring recipients of this year's Kennedy Center Honors arts awards to "allow the honorees to celebrate without any political distraction," the White House announced Saturday.
- Trump struggles with presidential duties as uniter-in-chief
WASHINGTON (AP) — For Susan Bro, mother of the woman killed at a rally organized by white supremacists, the president of the United States can offer no healing words.
- Trump Phoenix rally to highlight feisty feud with senator
PHOENIX (AP) — When President Donald Trump takes the stage this week at a rally in Arizona, the state's junior senator will be nowhere to be seen. But Trump is likely to save some choice words for Sen. Jeff Flake.
- Moreland delivers to help Red Sox beat Yankees 9-6
BOSTON (AP) — Nineteen batters.
- Oy, oy captain! Picking captains can give coaches headaches
As college football season approaches teams all over the country are choosing captains, those hard-working, high-character players who set an example for their teammates to follow through both actions and words.
- Gonzalez returns from DL, Dodgers top Tigers 8-5
DETROIT (AP) — Adrian Gonzalez went on the disabled list in the middle of June, when the Los Angeles Dodgers were just beginning this torrid stretch that has helped them all but wrap up the NL West.
- Fant's injury cast shadow over Seahawks' win over Vikings
SEATTLE (AP) — Just when the Seattle Seahawks were getting settled on its shaky offensive line, it's once again their biggest question with the regular season approaching.
- Seahawks DE Bennett sits again during national anthem
SEATTLE (AP) — Michael Bennett was alone in sitting. He wasn't alone in support from his teammates.