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Brendan Leipsic, on his fifth team since 2015-16, hopes to find a home with the Capitals

The Capitals have had success with low-risk, inexpensive reclamation projects in recent years, notably forwards Brett Connolly and Devante Smith-Pelly. go to Article >

The Yankees Were Ahead of Schedule. Now They’re Full of “What Ifs?” and Staring at an AL Death Pit. 

2 Days ago Other Source: Theringer.com

Photo by Elsa/Getty Images After a walkoff loss to the Astros, the Yankees have gone an entire decade without a single World Series appearance for the first time since the 1910s. Now what? In the end, of course, one of the superpowers had to... read more

Dan Snyder and the Redskins Are Doomed to a Purgatory of Their Own Creation

5 Days ago Other Source: Theringer.com

Elias Stein/Getty Images Washington’s professional football team is no stranger to losing over the past two decades. The 2019 Redskins may represent rock bottom, and they shed light on all of the mistakes that have led the franchise to this... read more

Welcome to the new defensive version of the Saints

5 Days ago Sports Source: Sbnation.com

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports Just in time for the end of the Drew Brees era, the Saints built a defense that can take over as the backbone of the franchise. It wasn’t that long ago that the Achilles’ heel for the New Orleans Saints was... read more

It took me 96 hours to ride an Amtrak train from coast to coast. I'd do it again in a heartbeat.

5 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Amtrak is easily the slowest way to travel from coast to coast, but I did it anyway.  The journey was delayed by more than 24 hours thanks to a missed connection in Chicago.  Still, the sights were so beautiful — and the conversations with... read more

Can Ryan Tannehill keep this up?

1 Day ago Sports Source: Sbnation.com

Photo by Silas Walker/Getty Images The Titans traded on Tannehill’s arm strength to shake up the Chargers’ defense. The Titans’ offense was stuck in neutral. Tennessee was home to a top-five scoring defense, but two straight losses had dropped... read more

Vitamin C Lowers Mortality in Severe Sepsis

6 Days ago Other Source: Articles.mercola.com

One of the leading causes of death in American hospitals is something many are still unfamiliar with: septicemia (sepsis or septic shock). Also known as blood poisoning among lay people, sepsis1 is a last-ditch effort by your immune system to... read more

Austin's homeless crisis is so dire, a nonprofit built an $18 million tiny home village to get the chronically homeless off the streets. Take a...

12 Days ago Finance Source: Feedproxy.google.com

On the east side of Austin, Texas, 180 formerly homeless residents live in 200-square-foot tiny homes at Community First Village. They pay rent that averages about $300 a month, go to work thanks to on-site employment opportunities, and feed... read more

The Nats Haven’t Forgotten Bryce Harper—but They Don’t Miss Him 

8 Days ago Other Source: Theringer.com

Getty Images/Ringer illustration Harper’s departure last offseason stung, but Washington fans have reason to cheer with their team two games away from the World Series Friends. Countrymen. Hated enemies who root for the Wrong Team. Four... read more

SoftBank's investment strategy is under fire amid WeWork's bungled IPO. Here's who is in charge at the world's largest tech investor.

28 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

SoftBank's Vision Fund is the world's largest tech investor and has backed companies like Uber, WeWork, and Ola. But investor skepticism around some of its investments, including WeWork's botched IPO, may threaten the fund.  The Vision Fund is... read more

How Ronald Acuña Jr. and the Braves’ Young Stars Saved an Endangered Rebuild

19 Days ago Other Source: Theringer.com

Getty Images/Ringer illustration The franchise bet big on pitching in hopes of re-creating the Maddux-Glavine-Smoltz days. While the pitching staff is still a work in progress, some surprise positional stars have led Atlanta back to the... read more