USA Today Archaeologists opened a mysterious Egyptian sarcophagus. Here's what they found 2018-07-19T19:11:13.000000000-04:00 Egyptian archaeologists opened an ancient sarcophagus dating back 2,000 years that has sparked international speculation. The team found three skeletons and a lot of red, liquid sewage, the country's antiquities ministry said Thursday. " US intel chief surprised by Trump’s Putin invite 2018-07-19T19:09:50.000000000-04:00 News of the Trump administration's invitation to Russian President Vladimir Putin to meet with the president in Washington appeared to catch Dan Coats, the Director of National Intelligence, off guard as he attended a security forum in Colorado. (July 19) Democrats work hard to stay united 2018-07-19T19:05:34.000000000-04:00 California will be well served by Kevin de Leon as our champion in the Senate: Opposing view Billy Bean, MLB to meet with Josh Hader on Friday: 'He has a job to do' 2018-07-19T19:04:02.000000000-04:00 Josh Hader, 24, is required by MLB to complete sensitivity training and participate in the league’s diversity and inclusion initiatives. State of NFL entering training camp 2018-07-19T19:01:53.000000000-04:00 USA TODAY Sports' NFL insiders on the one thing they'll each be most interested in keeping an eye on this season. Flares cause Tour de France cyclist's scary crash 2018-07-19T18:58:30.000000000-04:00 He crashed into a police bike. Flacco looks impressive in first practice for Ravens 2018-07-19T18:52:36.000000000-04:00 Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco threw to some of his new wide receivers and tight ends at a public park near the team's practice facility. Waitress groped by man slams him into wall in Savannah, Georgia, surveillance video shows 2018-07-19T18:30:23.000000000-04:00 Surveillance video shows a server at Vinnie Van Go-Go’s in Savannah, Georgia, slamming a man into a wall after he groped her. Trump criticizes Fed, breaking 25-year precedent and jeopardizing economy, expert warns 2018-07-19T18:26:27.000000000-04:00 By criticizing Fed interest rate hikes, President Trump broke with a 25-year precedent, and could jeopardize the economy, at least one scholar says. Dolphins players could face suspensions for protests during anthem 2018-07-19T18:04:55.000000000-04:00 Team includes anthem conduct in its new policy outlining reasons players can be disciplined for 'conduct detrimental to the club,' per the Associated Press.