Cindy Boren, Washington Post

Cindy Boren

Washington Post

Alexandria, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • Daily Herald
  • The Cannabist
  • CumberlandTimes-News

Recent articles by Cindy:

Woody Harrelson turns into a meme at Wimbledon

The actor was an unexpected focus of attention during the men's doubles title match. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe quotes Serena Williams, vows to fight until ‘the day I’m in my grave’

About a visit to the White House, the soccer star said, "I’ll never close any door all the way, but I think it would take more than Trump is willing to do.” → Read More

Kansas City radio host, station ‘mutually part ways’ after linking of Andy Reid’s tragedy to Tyreek Hill

Kevin Kietzman had hosted the Sports Radio 810 WHB show "Between the Lines" for the last 22 years. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe won’t back down, says ‘I stand by the comments I made’ about the White House

The U.S. soccer star said her protest is about using the platform she has been given "for good, and for leaving the game in a better place and hopefully the world in a better place." → Read More

Megan Rapinoe says she’s ‘not going to the White House’

The co-captain of the U.S. women’s national team has been an outspoken critic of President Trump. → Read More

Jeanie Buss, caught ‘off-guard’ when Magic Johnson quit, says Lakers are ‘on the right path’

The owner has let the team’s offseason drama play out publicly while privately, she says, “taking care of business.” → Read More

A weary Cody Bellinger, targeted by another affectionate fan, says, ‘it could be dangerous’

“I’m just trying to play a game,” the Dodgers outfielder said. → Read More

IOC awards 2026 Winter Olympics to Italy

A combined Stockholm-Åre bid was the other finalist. → Read More

Cam Newton tried to pay a fellow airline passenger $1,500 to get more legroom. He failed.

The Panthers' 6-foot-5 quarterback had to spend a 10-hour flight from Paris to Dallas in coach. → Read More

Helpful Brett Favre says Packers should let Aaron Rodgers play his game

How the dynamic with new coach Matt LaFleur will work out is going to be a continuing story line. → Read More

France faces a tough test against Brazil and Marta in Women’s World Cup

One of the tournament's favorites will meet the South American power for a berth in the quarterfinals and a likely date with the U.S. → Read More

Goga Bitadze is everyone’s favorite NBA draft pick after his sad photo with Zion Williamson

Fret not for the former EuroLeague player. He's likely to taken by a team in the middle of the first round. → Read More

Sweden’s rivalry with the United States simmers heading into World Cup match

The memory of what happened in Rio in 2016 remains fresh for both teams. → Read More

The Giants’ rookie quarterback hears his first New York boos — at a Yankees game

Daniel Jones hasn’t received a warm reception since being selected sixth in the NFL draft. → Read More

ESPN admonishes LaVar Ball for ‘completely inappropriate’ comment to Molly Qerim Rose

A spokesman says his comment about “switching gears with me any time” was not “intended or meant to be sexual in nature.” → Read More

Toronto Raptors victory parade: Crowds gather to mark Canada’s first NBA title

“We the North” is official on Monday as Canada celebrates the team that is the first outside the U.S. to win an NBA championship. → Read More

Shooting at Toronto Raptors victory parade, police say

At least two people, including one woman, have been shot with serious but not life-threatening injuries, officials say. → Read More

Tyson Fury tunes up for Deontay Wilder with a win over Tom Schwarz

He dressed like Apollo Creed. He serenaded his wife with Aerosmith. But he has his sights set on the big prize. → Read More

U.S. Open final round: Gary Woodland leads as stars lurk

The 35-year-old, in search of his first major championship, held a one-stroke lead heading into the final round of the U.S. Open on Father’s Day at Pebble Beach. → Read More

Carli Lloyd celebrates two World Cup goals in the most dignified way possible

The U.S. team was criticized for its exuberance in a 13-0 rout last week, so a golf clap seemed to send an appropriate message. → Read More