Short-handed by ejections, Royals still race past Indians 5-2

The Kansas City Royals defeated the Cleveland Indians 5-2 on Saturday at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer and manager Ned Yost were ejected in the first inning, but the Royals got big hits from Alex Gordon and Alcides Escobar and strong pitching to post their second straight victory in Cleveland.

Trump is right on Australian health care

My Australian patients get care when they need it, not when they can afford it. By contrast, my American patients would routinely avoid care and treatments for fear of cost, leading to complications and extended sickness.

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Philip Landrum uses his mother's love to win 3 titles

Landrum wins the 6A title in the 100, 200, and 4x1, as his mother, who has inoperable breast cancer, cheered him on from the stands.
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Philip Landrum uses his mother's love to win 3 titles 2:08

Philip Landrum uses his mother's love to win 3 titles

Chiefs coach Andy Reid was a prose pro as a sportswriter at BYU 1:55

Chiefs coach Andy Reid was a prose pro as a sportswriter at BYU

Baby giraffe goes on display at Tanganyika 1:00

Baby giraffe goes on display at Tanganyika

Ten new priests ordained into Wichita Diocese 2:08

Ten new priests ordained into Wichita Diocese