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It's 2023 and the Federal Reserve just announced a federal funds rate range increase of 0.25%. This is after seven rate increases in 2022. This increase brings the target funds rate range up to 4.5%-4.75%. This increase is smaller than some of the steep changes in 2022, but another increase means rates are at their...

When it comes to American comedy, “Saturday Night Live” has produced more big name stars than just about any other outlet. Names like Chevy Chase, Adam Sandler, Bill Murray, Eddie Murphy, Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey and Will Ferrell all made a name for themselves at the legendary NBC sketch comedy show (which has been on the air for nearly half a century). And those names are but a handful in a list that seems to go on and on, adding new stars who will eventually become household names every few years.

Four-time Super Bowl-winning executive Bobby Beathard has died. He was 86. Beathard was director of player personnel for two of the NFL championships by Miami in the 1970s and served as general manager for two more by Washington in the '80s. He also scouted for Kansas City when the Chiefs won the AFL and made the Super Bowl in the 1960s and was GM with San Diego when the Chargers got there in the ’90s. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018.

The much-celebrated California boom is facing a harsh reality. Everything was looking good, based on enormous growth in capital gains in tech stocks and property, and some in Sacramento assumed the bounty would last — until it didn’t. The latest bad news is the evaporation of the state budget surplus that is now rapidly turning into a deficit that could run as high as $22 billion to $40 ...

In a perfect world, Tom Brady's would've stuck with retirement. He certainly did nothing to enhance his legacy by returning for another season. And, of course, we'll never know if that regrettable decision also cost him his marriage. But Brady's farewell year will quickly fade from our collective memories, overwhelmed by the enormity of his accomplishments over an unprecedented career. The seven Super Bowl titles. The three MV)P awards. The five Super Bowl MVP awards. The unquestioned legacy as the greatest quarterback there ever was. And Brady being Brady, even his final season with Tampa Bay was hardly an embarrassment.

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MOBILE, Ala. — Tom Brady’s voice shook Wednesday morning when he said “I wouldn’t change a thing” as he announced his retirement “for good.” It was difficult in that moment not to wonder about Brady the human being, about the personal cost of his determination to play until age 45, about whether he actually would change something if he could go back one calendar year to his first fleeting ...

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Brock Purdy and Trey Lance drew a vocal commitment from the quarterback-challenged 49ers’ brass Wednesday. Jimmy Garoppolo? Time to say goodbye, again. Coach Kyle Shanahan essentially ruled out Garoppolo from returning for a seventh season, saying: “I don’t see any scenario of that.” Instead, Shanahan pledged his allegiance to the two young, injured quarterbacks who, ...

Tom Brady’s short, poignant retirement announcement Wednesday morning spawned a smorgasbord of trivia questions — and answers. So now that his Hall of Fame career is complete, who caught his last completion? His last interception? Against whom did he record his last 300-yard game? His last fourth-quarter comeback? We’ve tried to chronicle them all right here, with this extensive list of lasts. ...

An Eagles offensive lineman has been indicted by a grand jury on rape and kidnapping charges, Ohio prosecutors announced Wednesday. Josh Sills, 25, was charged in Guernsey County, Ohio, after prosecutors said he forcibly restrained and raped a woman in December 2019. The incident was immediately reported, and the Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office conducted a “detailed investigation,” according ...

As he considered the endless trash talk radiating out of Cincinnati last week, Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark effectively just shrugged. Like the rest of the Chiefs almost unanimously were. At least publicly. Because the Bengals, as they’d relentlessly remind with that foolishly inflammatory “Burrowhead” stuff, had indeed upended the Chiefs three times in a row — including in last season’s ...

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