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Some fans will be allowed back at Fenway Park, TD Garden, and Gillette Stadium beginning March 22

Governor Charlie Baker said Thursday that the venues will be allowed to operate at 12 percent capacity and must implement precautions.

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Megan Rapinoe sparks US women to dominant win over Argentina in SheBelieves Cup

Rapinoe scored first two goals of 6-0 rout to help US women capture second consecutive SheBelieves Cup.

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After slipping to fourth place, Canadiens fire coach Claude Julien

Assistant coach Dominique Ducharme to take over as Canadiens interim coach.

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Tiger Woods had his priorities in order before his horrifying crash. Whether he golfs again or not, that’s what matters

His golfing future has been cast into doubt, but he had already discovered that being a father was more important anyway.

Biden administration withdraws from Connecticut transgender athlete case

The Biden administration has withdrawn government support for a federal lawsuit in Connecticut that seeks to ban transgender athletes from participating in girls’ high school sports.

Road where Tiger Woods crashed is known for high speeds

The road is so notorious there is an emergency exit for runaway vehicles just beyond where Woods crashed.

Sports world reacts with messages of concern, support for Tiger Woods

Woods's massive impact on the world of golf, and sports, elicited well-wishes from Jack Nicklaus to Magic Johnson.


Zion Williamson, 20, adds youth to NBA All-Star rosters

Williamson will be an All-Star rookie, along with the Celtics' Jaylen Brown, the Knicks' Julius Randle, and the Bulls' Zach LaVine.