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Even without a real race, Boston Marathon runners raise $32.1 million for charity organizations

Including this year’s funds, more than $400 million has been raised since the charity program's inception at the 1989 Boston Marathon.

Stan Van Gundy to coach Pelicans

He’ll take over a promising team that includes 2019 No. 1 overall draft pick Zion Williamson.

‘My heart just hurt all day.’ Ryan Fitzpatrick isn’t happy he’s been replaced by Tua Tagovailoa as Dolphins quarterback

Coach Brian Flores said Wednesday he was unhappy his players found about about the switch via social media and that he would apologize.

Westminster Dog Show will move to outdoor venue in 2021 and be held in summer

Organizers said the change was necessary to ensure the event could take place and still comply with pandemic-related restrictions.

Mookie Betts stole the show at the World Series, and people noticed

Mookie Betts stole the show during Game 1 of the World Series — and the Internet couldn't help but chastise the Red Sox for letting him go.

After doping scandal, Russia hacked the Olympics, US and Britain say

Russia hacked the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea and the now-delayed 2020 Tokyo Summer Games, according to US and British officials.

Indiana Pacers hire Nate Bjorkgren as coach

The hiring ends a two-month search that began when Nate McMillan was fired Aug. 26, just weeks after receiving a contract extension.

Tua Tagovailoa will start at quarterback for Miami Dolphins, according to a report

Tagovailoa, the No. 5 pick in this year's draft after a standout career at Alabama, is replacing Ryan Fitzpatrick even though the former Harvard star played well in leading Miami to a 3-3 record this season.