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Goodell says NFL was wrong for not listening to…

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality and encourages them to peacefully protest

NCAA hits Oklahoma St with postseason ban in…

An NCAA infractions committee panel has ruled former Oklahoma State assistant men’s basketball coach Lamont Evans violated ethical-conduct rules by accepting up to $22,000 in bribes from financial advisers

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The all-new 2021 Acura TLX Reveal

Acura revealed the quickest, best-handling and most well-appointed sedan in the brand's 35-year history - the all-new 2021 Acura TLX. With a model-exclusive body structure and chassis architecture, all turbo engine lineup, and an athletic stance with bold proportions, the new Acura TLX delivers dramatic gains in both style and dynamic performance. The first Acura sedan fully designed around the brand's Precision Crafted Performance ethos, the 2021 TLX will arrive at dealerships in early fall 2020 with a manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) starting in the mid-$30,000 range. The second-generation Acura TLX also marks the highly anticipated return of Acura's Type S high performance variant after a decade-long hiatus. The TLX Type S, arriving next spring, will be powered by an all-new Acura exclusive 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine developed for Type S levels of performance. Additionally, the new TLX Type S will be the first Type S model to feature Acura's torque vectoring Super Handling All-Wheel Drive™ (SH-AWD®) system, making it the best handling and most performance-oriented Acura sedan yet. In fulfilling its mission as a thoroughly modern sport sedan, the 2021 TLX integrates a multitude of performance, comfort and connectivity technologies first deployed on the highly successful third-generation Acura RDX. These include a high-output 2.0-liter VTEC® turbocharged engine, 4th-generation SH-AWD® system, award-winning Acura ELS STUDIO 3D® premium audio and the latest iteration of Acura's driver-focused True Touchpad Interface™.

Patriots pledge $1 million to social justice…

The Patriots say team owner Robert Kraft’s family is pledging $1 million to local grassroots organizations to promote social justice causes

MLB players say teams 'depriving America of…

Players accused teams of “depriving America of baseball games” as part of a money fight set off by the coronavirus pandemic

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Texas State investigates racial abuse claims…

Texas State has ordered an investigation into a former player’s allegations of racist remarks by basketball coach Danny Kaspar

The all-new BMW 4 Series Coupé World Premiere…

The new BMW 4-Series Coupé was developed with the aim of redefining the essence of driving pleasure in the premium midsize segment. The two-door model is based on the technical underpinnings of the latest BMW 3-Series Sedan. But the design and blueprint for this latest generation adds another layer to the autonomous identity encapsulated in its standalone model name. A rigorous commitment to optimising the car's proportions, aerodynamics, body stiffness and chassis mounting has resulted in extraordinarily sporty handling. Model-specific chassis technology plays a particularly important role in putting clear water between the new BMW 4-Series Coupé and the latest BMW 3-Series Sedan, and in giving it a significantly sharper character than its predecessor. In this way, the latest model generation latches onto the advances made with the dynamic skillset of the latest 3-Series and extends that fresh potency even further into an intoxicating experience of performance at work. The new BMW 4-Series Coupé will be built at BMW Plant Dingolfing. The BMW Group's largest German production facility is also the birthplace for the BMW 8-Series Coupé and siblings. Other models rolling off the production line at Dingolfing include the BMW 5-Series, BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo and BMW 7-Series luxury sedan. The worldwide launch of the new BMW 4-Series Coupé will get underway in October 2020.

'Today we say no more': Jaguars march to…

The Jacksonville Jaguars are taking a stand against inequality and police brutality

Jordan giving $100 million for racial equality…

Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand are giving $100 million to organizations dedicated to promoting racial equality and social justice

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German basketball returns in bubble format…

German basketball will show how the NBA’s future could look with teams living in a bubble, no fans in the arena and likely anti-racism protests on the court