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3 ATHLETES ON THE CUSP OF TEAM USA, OLYMPIC HISTORY
223 athletes will don the red, white and blue at the 2022 Winter Olympics. While each athlete will have a chance to leave a mark on Team USA’s record books, Chloe Kim, Mariah Bell and Abby Roque have special opportunities to make history.
RELEASE THE KRAKEN: NEW SEATTLE FRANCHISE HEADLINES NHL’S OPENING NIGHT
Almost three years after the National Hockey League approved expansion to Seattle, the Kraken took the ice for its first regular season game in franchise history tonight as the NHL’s 2021-22 regular season began. Seattle’s opening night opponent, the Vegas Golden Knights, stunned the league in 2017-18 by earning a Stanley Cup Final berth in their inaugural season.
THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR MOTORSPORT IS SHIFTING INTO HIGH GEAR IN AMERICA
Formula 1 broadcasts–unfolding on city streets and historic tracks across five continents–are achieving stronger ratings than ever before, while this season’s title races are more competitive than they’ve been in nearly a decade.
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME IN AMERICA?
New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang popularized the concept of universal basic income in America during his presidential campaign. Supporters say it could help struggling low-wage families, while skeptics believe it expands the welfare state too far.
DESPITE PLAYOFF DROUGHT, SABRES FANS STILL WATCHING
Buffalo households have continued to top national hockey broadcast ratings, despite the fact that the hometown Sabres have missed the Stanley Cup Playoffs for nine consecutive seasons. Toner spoke with diehard Sabres fans and local market experts to better understand what keeps Buffalonians watching.