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  • UCF lands Maryland DE Monte Taylor via ASA Brooklyn

    UCF lands Maryland DE Monte Taylor via ASA Brooklyn
    UCF coaches did a nice job of making impressions over the weekend on at least two football prospects. Juco defensive end Monte Taylor, a former North Carolina signee in 2012, committed to the Knights on Sunday, the same day UCF also landed Pennsylvania...
  • Marshawn Lynch may face more fines for snubbing media, lewd gesture

    The Seattle Seahawks controversial running back Marshawn Lynch had a huge game Sunday, helping his team beat the Green Bay Packers, and, for a second year in a row, advance to the Super Bowl. He also appeared to make an inappropriate gesture while...
  • Lakers aren't all there, making loss to Suns a little more painful

    Lakers aren't all there, making loss to Suns a little more painful
    It's impossible to miss him as you walk down the long hallway outside the Phoenix Suns locker room. Steve Nash is pictured there on the colorful walls, hoisting an NBA MVP trophy above his floppy hair, not far from the big, bold orange numbers...
  • Miss Israel's Miami selfie with Miss Lebanon stirs up controversy in Middle East

    Miss Israel's Miami selfie with Miss Lebanon stirs up controversy in Middle East
    What started as a selfie with several Miss Universe contestants on a tour of South Florida has blown into a political storm. Miss Lebanon, Saly Greige, is facing backlash back home after she posed for a picture snapped by Miss Israel, Doron Matalon,...
  • Good social media strategy helps terror groups attract teens, spread word

    Terror groups such as the Islamic State have a secret weapon when it comes to recruiting teens, but it's probably not what you think. It's a solid social media strategy, the kind anyone with even limited knowledge of online demographics could put...
  • Allianz PGA golf back in Boca

    Allianz PGA golf back in Boca
    The Allianz Championship is back with a field of PGA golfers making their ninth annual tour stop in Boca Raton from Feb. 2 through 8, with play Feb. 6, 7 and 8 on The Old Course at Broken Sound, off Yamato Road between Military Trail and Congress Avenue....
  • Pennsylvania OL Tyler Hudanick commits to UCF

    Pennsylvania OL Tyler Hudanick commits to UCF
    UCF landed its 12th commitment to the 2015 football recruiting class Sunday after Pennsylvania offensive lineman Tyler Hudanick committed to the Knights during an official visit to the Orlando campus. Hudanick sent a Facebook message to the Sentinel...
  • Dexter Williams has no favorite, but Notre Dame gets big thumbs up

    Dexter Williams has no favorite, but Notre Dame gets big thumbs up
    Notre Dame was already a solid contender in the running for the services of Winter Garden West Orange running back Dexter Williams. After an official recruiting visit this weekend, the Irish could be the team to beat. Williams, who decommitted Miami two...
  • Thousands of Chechens march in rally against Charlie Hebdo magazine

    Thousands of Chechens march in rally against Charlie Hebdo magazine
    Hundreds of thousands marched through the Chechen capital Monday to protest the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which again put a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad on its cover. Demonstrators in Grozny, capital of the predominantly Muslim...
  • Covert phone monitoring service allows parents to watch kids' digital lives

    Covert phone monitoring service allows parents to watch kids' digital lives
    Deana Rodriguez’s sons were 7 and 10 when she bought them their first smartphones in 2013, and the Long Beach mom didn’t quite trust the pair to navigate the technology on their own. It was a lot of power and information to place in the...
  • King's message of civil disobedience resonates among protesters

    King's message of civil disobedience resonates among protesters
    When he first heard that a white police officer had fatally shot a young black man near St. Louis last summer, the Rev. Jamal Bryant got a sick feeling in his stomach. Then a friend sent video. "Seeing Michael Brown's body on the ground, covered in...