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With its eco-friendly Indiana factory and hippie customers, Subaru fancies itself a protector of the environment. Nonetheless, it’s only offered one hybrid until now. The Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid has been on sale in the U.S. since 2014. Its solitude

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Tony Stewart stormed through the Daytona garage, agitated that NASCAR had ordered him to park his car during a practice session for failing to weigh in before he hit the track. He curtly dismissed reporters and

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BERKELEY, CALIF. — As the youngest of Chuck Mercein’s four children, the actress Jenny Mercein had at least two things going for her. She received constant reminders — an indoctrination, really — that the children of anyone who had played

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1. The issues offensively are not just shooting. The shooting was dreadful in every way, inside, outside and from the line. But the Rockets were not limited to just 69 points on 28.8 percent shooting just because of their shooting.

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MIAMI — Dwyane Wade was 12, watching on television at home in Chicago, when Scottie Pippen leapt to the 3-point line, fingertips outstretched, to obstruct a Hubert Davis jump shot as the desperate Knicks tried to salvage a pivotal playoff

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. –  Nick Saban delivered a challenge to Alabama’s offensive linemen before the Texas A&M game. The group was coming off a demoralizing performance against Arkansas when they couldn’t open many holes for the running backs and gave up

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My favorite Derek Jeter story comes from a time that, I fear, no one will understand in a few years. Maybe no one understands now. It comes from a time of newspapers and early columns and running columns and crushing

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To the typical fan, college sports will look much the same. The football field will still be 100 yards and a 3-pointer will still be worth, well, 3 points. But off the field, significant changes are underway. On Thursday, the

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