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  • Former Bulldog John Isner advances in first round of US Open

    Former Bulldog John Isner advances in first round of US Open

    Isner, who was playing the 22nd five-setter of his career, had a long hug at the net for his young rival, who was playing his first. "He's a hell of a player and a class act", Isner said. Although he and Fritz came up empty, Tiafoe said he believed the youngest U.S. pros now challenging on the ATP Tour are capable of establishing themselves on the world stage.

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  • Bears have mixed reactions about Colin Kaepernick's national anthem stance

    The actions of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during Friday's preseason game have ignited a firestorm that is sure to not go away anytime soon. "It's something that I've seen, I've felt, wasn't quite sure how to deal with originally", Kaepernick said. Speaking with reporters following the team's practice Sunday in Irvine, Fisher stated that he would be, "very, very surprised" if one of his team's players did not stand for the national anthem .

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  • 'Three things we learned': Red Sox' 8-1 win over Orioles

    'Three things we learned': Red Sox' 8-1 win over Orioles

    The Orioles couldn't pull off the upset last night but will they tonight when they host the Red Sox at 7:05PM ET? First was the win over Cleveland in that one-game series, and now a two-game sweep of the Orioles on their home turf. The Red Sox' bullpen generally had a tough time in this one after Eduardo Rodriguez left with a hamstring injury, but Kimbrel had no problems protecting a two-run lead setting down the O's quickly on nine pitches.

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  • Giants players familiar with Tony Romo's sub, Dak Prescott

    Dallas Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett declined to offer a timetable for when Tony Romo might be available to the team after suffering a compression fracture in a vertebra Thursday night. Garrett did not rule Romo out for the opener against the Giants, but reports are rampant that Romo will miss 6-10 weeks, and it is safe to assume he will not be suiting up to face the Giants in 16 days.

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  • Irfan replaces injured Hafeez in Pakistan squad

    Irfan replaces injured Hafeez in Pakistan squad

    Pakistan skipper Azhar Ali has won the toss and made a decision to bat in the second one-day worldwide against England at the Lord's. "Hafeez has been told not to delay the bowling assessment anymore as the long-term interests of Pakistan cricket have to be taken into consideration first and he should take the test before the T20 series against the West Indies before September 23rd".

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  • Arsene Wenger promises 'frenetic' final week of Arsenal's transfer window

    Arsene Wenger believes he is close to signing a striker in Lucas Perez that has the same skill set as Leicester's Jamie Vardy. "I am 99 per cent confident", Wenger said, as quoted by Arsenal's official website . The duo, plus the purchase of holding midfielder Granit Xhaka right after the season ended, means that Wenger has fulfilled his promise to buy three new first team players.

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  • Mo Farah completes his Olympic 'double double' at Rio 2016

    Turning to the race, Farah said he had felt comfortable after restoring himself in the lead pack following his fall. The British great - who won the 10,000m title last Saturday - got his tactics spot on as he dictated the pace before taking his fourth gold in 13:03.30 after another final lap burn-up.

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  • Dwyane Wade's cousin fatally shot in Chicago; 2 men face charges

    Both men are gang members who were on parole for gun convictions, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie T. Johnson said Sunday at a news conference. Police said the older brother served time behind bars and is on parole for a gun charge. In March 2012, his nephew Darin Johnson was shot twice in the leg when two gunmen opened fire in a South Side convenience store. Indiana Gov.

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  • Hernandez, Hellickson lead Phillies past Cardinals

    Please click the button below to manage your account. Following a single by third baseman Jhonny Peralta and a double by second baseman Jedd Gyorko , Leake helped his own cause with a two-out, two-RBI single to center. The over/under run total rests at nine. They had hit at least two home runs in eight straight entering Saturday. Aaron Altherr added insurance an inning later with his fourth home run in 21 games since returning from the disabled list.

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  • Phelan: Coach urges Hull owners to strengthen squad

    The grandmother said: 'I was simply celebrating when the hoarding collapsed with others on top of me, ' according to The Mirror . Rashford's injury-time strike made sure United remained unbeaten so far this season and the nature of his goal prompted some of the club's fans to break through the barriers keeping them from the pitch.

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  • FARC ordena cese de conflicto armado

    Las FARC depondrán sus armas para siempre a partir de esta medianoche tras el alto el fuego ordenado hoy- 28 de agosto- desde La Habana por el máximo líder de la guerrilla, Rodrigo Londoño, alias "Timochenko" , en otro crucial paso hacia la paz en Colombia tras cinco décadas de conflicto.

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  • Kaepernick will 'continue to sit' during national anthem

    The 49ers held a players-only meeting before practice in which the quarterback was invited to explain his views. Cartwright, who said she doesn't stand for the Pledge of Allegiance or the national anthem, said questioning authority, as Kaepernick did, is "one of the most patriotic things you can do".

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  • CITU declines to hold talks with PM on strike

    CITU declines to hold talks with PM on strike

    The unions have issued a warning that government offices, banks and factories will remain shut on Friday. Reserve Bank of India workers and employees have chose to join the September 2 nationwide day-long strike called by central trade unions.

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  • Monaco Stun Champions PSG

    First-half goals from João Moutinho and Fabinho put Monaco in control and, after Edison Cavani had offered PSG hope, a Serge Aurier own-goal sealed victory for the home side, who moved joint top with Nice and Guingamp. And Cavani could easily have levelled moments later but he was denied after meeting substitute Thomas Meunier's delivery before Adrien Rabiot failed to capitalise on the follow-up.

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  • This Jamaican-Japanese Tried To Chase Down Usain Bolt

    This Jamaican-Japanese Tried To Chase Down Usain Bolt

    Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates winning the Men's 4 x 100m Relay Final. And while Bolt's brilliance should be praised, so too should the rest of Jamaican sprinting team. The U.S. finished the race third but endured yet another relay debacle - disqualified because leadoff runner Mike Rodgers was ruled to have passed the baton to Justin Gatlin before the start of the first exchange zone.

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  • Duffy leads Royals to eighth straight victory

    Duffy leads Royals to eighth straight victory

    Kauffman Stadium. Ian Kennedy was the winning pitcher going 8 innings giving up no runs on 4 hits, 6 strike outs and no walks. He lowered his ERA to 2.66, which ranks second in the American League. He grounded out as a pinch hitter in the ninth. Sock won an Olympic gold medal in tennis mixed doubles. The Royals are off on Monday before heading to Miami to start a series with the Marlins on Tuesday.

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  • White House, Trump object to Kaepernick views of US

    Green Bay won 21-10. "He's going to have to clear that up", Moore says. Kaepernick, whose hair had been in cornrows during training camp, sat on the bench during Friday's national anthem at Levi's Stadium. "The cause he was going for, fine by me - but don't do it in that fashion", Isner said. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest, meanwhile, said that while he didn't agree with Kaepernick's views on race there was no offense in airing his grievances.

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  • U.S. team wins Little League World Series

    The team defeated Tennessee on Saturday to win the US championship, then defeated South Korea on Sunday to win the world championship. The team has also officially been named the 2016 Jack Losch Little League Baseball World Series Team Sportsmanship Award victor.

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  • All Blacks prop Franks cleared of eye gouging allegations

    When the final whistle goes there's often a shared respect following a bruising match, but relationships between the All Blacks and the Wallabies have become somewhat frayed following an incident this past weekend. The All Blacks led 15-9 at the break thanks to an Israel Dagg double. Bernard Foley and Reece Hodge kicked penalties for the visitors, Foley kicking two of the three.

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  • Bills receiver Watkins says he's set for start of season

    Bills receiver Watkins says he's set for start of season

    And that's a big step in the right direction for the Bills and their top receiver, who had two screws inserted into his foot to fix a stress fracture in April. Taylor played the first two drives of the game and went 2-for-5 with 11 yards passing. "We all going to go out there and play a lot but if you are not healthy, you got to get healthy first that is everything".

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  • Gee, Escobar lead red-hot Royals to 8-5 win over Yankees

    Pineda fell to 3-4 lifetime against Kansas City on May 11, when he was tagged for six runs on six hits and four walks in 5 2/3 innings at home.Gee pitched well in his last start at home, notching the victory over Minnesota on August 18 after allowing just one run and five hits over seven innings, but was saddled with the loss at Miami on Wednesday as he yielded three runs in 5 1/3 frames.

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  • Dragons sign Nene Macdonald

    Dragons sign Nene Macdonald

    The 22-year-old has played 43 NRL games after debuting for the Roosters midway through the 2014 season. "Nene Macdonald was a player we targeted", Dragons pathways director Ian Millward said. Millward also responded to speculation boom rookie Luciano Leilua is headed elsewhere. "(Dufty has) got speed and we need someone with more speed", Millward said.

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  • Pep: We are ready for the Champions League

    Manager Mark Hughes was left frustrated but believes City, where he spent a spell in charge from 2008-09, will be serious contenders to regain the Premier League title they last won in 2014. It's not for, you know, a romantic issue. Costa then ran onto a brilliant through-ball from Cesc Fabregas and shot past Gomes. Have the ball is not because have the ball for have the ball.

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  • Dilma Rousseff Defends Herself Before Brazil's Senate

    Ms Rousseff said Brazilians would never have voted for a man who picked a Cabinet of all white men in a country that is more than 50 per cent non-white. She repeatedly noted she had been elected by 54 million Brazilians, characterizing the impeachment as a challenge to the "solemn will of the people".

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  • Rooney back as forward for England

    The West Ham United player, who has scored two goals in three Premier League games this season, sealed a place in Allardyce's 23-man squad for Sunday's 2018 World Cup qualifier against Slovakia . Allardyce has also left out Marcus Rashford and believes the Manchester United striker needs to secure a first-team place at Old Trafford before he is a regular at senior worldwide level.

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  • Google reporta cinco millones de búsquedas por muerte de Juan Gabriel

    La presidenta interina del Comité Nacional Demócrata envió un tuit la pasada noche lamentando el deceso de quien "con sus conmovedoras canciones, tocó las vidas de muchos ". " Juan Gabriel entró en la casa de Dios". Pero no sólo los mortales están tristes por la pérdida de " JuanGa ". Juan Ga se convirtió en el artista mexicano con más reproducciones en YouTube, y el latino que más boletos vendió para sus actuaciones en Estados Unidos; además, sus temas han sido interpretados ...

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