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Gabby Douglas Apologizes After Remark on Sexual Abuse Draws Fire
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Grigor Dimitrov defeats David Goffin in London for the biggest win of his tennis career and becomes World Number 3.
Marshawn Lynch Angers Trump by Standing for Mexican Anthem
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Paul Pogba dedicates goal to migrants sold as slaves in Libya
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba used a triumphant performance for the English Premier League club to highlight the issue of migrants sold into slavery in Libya, after an exclusive CNN investigation last week.
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Georgia Dome set for implosion after 25 years of use
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Jana Novotna, Czech Winner of Wimbledon, Dies at 49
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What Happened in N.F.L. Week 11: Eagles, Patriots and Saints Win Big
The Vikings kept winning behind career-backup quarterback Case Keenum, and the Chargers put up 54 points against the Bills.
Patriots Get Hearty Welcome, and Win Over Raiders, in Mexico
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Jon Rahm claims his second Rolex Series event as Tommy Fleetwood wins the Race to Dubai.
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In a season drowning in apathy, the Giants squeezed out a narrow victory at home against Kansas City. But it may not be enough to save McAdoo’s job as coach.
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FIFA panel bans three former soccer officials for life
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