Former NFL star Dana Stubblefield sentenced to 15 years to life for rape conviction

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Three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Dana Stubblefield played 11 years in the NFL for San Francisco, Washington and Oakland.

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National Football League

Professional American football league
NFL moves Ravens-Steelers gameย to Tuesday,ย if no additional positive cases force further postponement. Baltimore is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak.
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The NFL has yet to announce what will happen to the game between the Steelers and Ravens after Baltimore was hit with a COVID-19 outbreak.
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and CBS Sports NFL analyst Bill Cowher discusses how the pandemic will impact America's football tradition on Thanksgiving...
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San Francisco

Consolidated city-county in California, US
San Francisco International Airport is seeing fewer travelers passing through terminals ahead of Thanksgiving compared with the same time last year. Federal and..
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Should farmworkers be prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine? And sacked San Francisco lab worker may have tainted more than 800 cases.
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Washington, D.C.

Capital district of the United States of America
The giant panda cub, born in August at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C., is a star attraction, with an online audience via the zoo's "Panda..
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Washington, D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory will recieve his "red cap" from Pope Francis on Saturday, making him the first African American cardinal appointed...
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Gregory called it "baffling" and "reprehensible" when President Trump visited the St John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, a day after protesters were..
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The owner of a Pakistani restaurant in Washington, D.C., is receiving some much-needed help after he provided it to those without anything to eat. Nikole Killion..
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People from all over the world have reached out to help the owner of a Washington, D.C., restaurant that is known for providing free meals to the homeless.
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