Houston Astros catcher Jason Castro was removed from the World Series roster before the start of Game 4 on Saturday night against the Atlanta Braves because of MLB’s COVID-19 health and safety protocol. Castro was placed on the COVID-19 injury list and
Former Rep. Abby Finkenauer, D-Iowa, is set to campaign with a liberal donor who boasted online about dining with communist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro for eight hours while on a trip to Cuba in 2002. Finkenauer, who is running against incumbent Sen.
Washington Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo says he doesn’t plan on having infielder Starlin Castro back with the team this season. Castro was placed on administrative leave July 16 by Major League Baseball under its domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse
UFC star Jorge Masvidal called Colin Kaepernick a “coward” on social media on Friday. Masvidal commented on a post from Turning Point USA via his Instagram Stories. The post showed Kaepernick from 2016 wearing a Fidel Castro shirt adjacent to a picture
Penn State University said Saturday it would remove a quote by the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro from a campus building following a campaign led by Erik Suarez, an international student at PSU who experienced the effects of a communist regime firsthand
Washington Nationals infielder Starlin Castro was placed on administrative leave Friday by Major League Baseball under its domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy. The leave was imposed under the policy adopted by MLB and the players’ union in 2015 and
Black Lives Matter’s recent praise of Cuba’s government isn’t the first time that BLM has praised the country’s communist regime. BLM previously glorified Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in an online post following his death in November 2016. AOC, OMAR SILENT AFTER BLACK
Media top headlines July 12 The New York Times getting ripped for equating ‘freedom’ to an ‘anti-government slogan,’ Gov. Kristi Noem saying it was ‘tough’ being attacked by conservative media over trans-athlete bill, and MSNBC giving Michael Avenatti’s prison sentence less than
Media top headlines July 2 Meghan McCain announcing she’s leaving ‘The View,’ Alexi McCammond returning to Axios after her ill-fated Teen Vogue tenure, and media outlets promoting talking points that the GOP wants to defund police round out today’s top media headlines.
Harold Castro and Jonathan Schoop each drove in three runs, powering the Detroit Tigers past the Cleveland Indians 9-4 in the first game of a doubleheader on Wednesday night. Castro’s two-out single off Bryan Shaw (2-3) in the fifth inning scored Nomar