BOSTON (AP) — The Milwaukee Bucks are still alive in the NBA playoffs, but star Giannis Antetokounmpo is already joking about his plans for next year.
Red Auerbach. Lenny Wilkens. Don Nelson. Going back to the end of the NBA’s inaugural season 75 years ago, before it was even called the NBA, they’re the only coaches to hold the distinction of having more wins than anyone else.
NEW YORK (AP) — Yannick Nézet-Séguin, music director of the Metropolitan Opera and the Philadelphia Orchestra, is taking a four-week sabbatical from conducting starting Dec. 19 after a busy autumn and ahead of a challenging second half of the season.
Bob Ley, a fixture at ESPN since the network's launch 40 years ago, has decided to step away.
The 64-year-old Ley announced his retirement Wednesday...
Leo M. Lambert announced Monday that he will step down as president at Elon University.
The university's Board of Trustees is currently searching for his successor. Lambert will remain in his position until a new president is hired, officials said.
BNEI NETZARIM, Israel (AP) — Every seven years, according to the Bible, Israeli farmers must give their lands a rest for a year.
So how do modern-day growers reconcile the ancient spiritual practice with a need to feed the country's 8 million mouths?