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  • Johnson lifts Mets pasts Marlins 5-2; Walker likely done

    Johnson lifts Mets pasts Marlins 5-2; Walker likely done

    Marlins: RHP David Phelps, originally scheduled to start Wednesday's game, was placed on the 15-day DL with a strained oblique. A five-run fifth inning helped the Atlanta Braves to a 9-6 win over the San Diego Padres, while the Chicago Cubs edged the San Francisco Giants 5-4.

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  • NEW YORK (AP) The Latest on the US Open (all times local)

    Madison Keys waves after defeating Alison Riske in the first round of the US Open tennis tournament, early Tuesday morning, August 30, 2016, in NY. He saved all four break points he faced, while converting two of his five chances, which was just enough for the victory.

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  • U.S. takes gold in women's 4x100 relay

    U.S. takes gold in women's 4x100 relay

    Felix took the green baton about two steps ahead of Jamaica's Novelene Williams-Mills, and slowly, steadily expanded it for a total time of 3 minutes, 19.06 seconds and a 1.28-second win. You make plans and you want things to go to a certain schedule - and nothing went according to the schedule. Thursday night the four American women ran all by themselves against the clock - and posted the No.

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  • The Response to Colin Kaepernick Highlights a Racially Motivated Double Standard

    The Response to Colin Kaepernick Highlights a Racially Motivated Double Standard

    Back in 2012, Teresa Kaepernick explained , "When we adopted him, I bought some books from the library on raising children from another race, but what it all came down to was common sense more than anything". When Jesse Williams spoke out about social justice and racism, some claimed he wasn't Black enough to do so. Maybe Harrison should tell the countless people now hurling the n-word at Kaepernick because of his choice to be vocal about social justice that he isn't Black.

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  • Dogs Can Tell When You Don't Really Mean What You Say

    Dogs Can Tell When You Don't Really Mean What You Say

    The researchers used the machine to record and measure neural activity in the dogs' brains while they listened to a woman trainer, whom they were familiar with, recite various words in various intonations. "During speech processing, there is a well-known distribution of labour in the human brain". Your dog reacts not just to your words, but also to your tone.

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  • Chargers vs. Vikings 2016 live stream

    But he's on the short side of 36 and hasn't looked particularly good in his few chances with Minnesota. Week three of the preseason is without a doubt the most important game that doesn't matter. Rudolph gave a half-hearted attempt at a catch early in the game where he lazily extended one hand when he should have laid out to ensure the completion.

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  • As rain pelts Open roof, Murray, Williams wins

    As rain pelts Open roof, Murray, Williams wins

    At times, the players could barely hear the ball off their strings and the rain hammering on the roof was nearly deafening but Murray kept calm to clinch a convincing victory. "It's something you have to adjust to". "But in the beginning, in tennis, normally you are used to play with silence". "When the roof is on, the humidity picks up significantly [at Wimbledon], whereas here it's always humid, even when the roof is open".

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  • SRE insiste que México no pagará muro fronterizo

    En México , el magnate aseguró que los mexicanos deberán afrontar el "100%" de la construcción de un muro que los separe de Estados Unidos . En un video , la candida demócrata también expresó que el muro con México es una mala idea. "En Acción Nacional le reiteramos nuestra exigencia a la Presidencia de la República para que asuma, de una vez por todas, una posición ante las intenciones que manifiesta Donald Trump, quien representa, sin duda, una amenaza para los Estados Unidos , para ...

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  • Family first! Carlo Ancelotti hires his son as Bayern Munich assistant manager

    Family first! Carlo Ancelotti hires his son as Bayern Munich assistant manager

    Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out the possibility of signing a forward to replace injured starlet Kingsley Coman, the Daily Mail reports. "He is not just your trainer, he is your friend". From there, the Italian worked under his father at Real Madrid in a fitness coach capacity where he worked closely with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.

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  • Diaz and McGregor to settle 3rd fight with rock-paper-scissors match

    Diaz and McGregor to settle 3rd fight with rock-paper-scissors match

    The Irish fighter had stepped up from the Featherweight division - where he was champion - to Lightweight, where dos Anjos was the title-holder. McGregor had risen two weight classes to fight Diaz in March but was sensationally defeated. But it all may be moot. McGregor put that down to the resilience of Diaz: "He took them (punches) better than I expected". "Like my coach says, we win or we learn".

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  • Rio 2016: The greatest show on Earth in stats

    Nearly the whole stadium wore a yellow look. The 47 medals in athletics were the main contribution to the medal's tally while a contingent of specially-abled people from the Delhi government-run Asha Kiran Home won 7 medals - 3 gold and 4 bronze.

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  • Schweinsteiger bows out as Germany beat Finland

    Schweinsteiger bows out as Germany beat Finland

    I thought after I read some quotes from people at Bayern Munich that they would run to Manchester to bring him (Schweinsteiger) back, but no, that did not happen. Having started just 82 Bundesliga matches in the four preceding seasons, the midfielder managed only 13 starts in the Premier League before succumbing to injury again in April.

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  • Harvick rolls to win in rain-delayed Bristol race

    Harvick had 13 top-10 finises in the 18 races since winning at Phoenix in March. He had a rear end mechanical failure that caused Busch to spin but things went from bad to worse when he was collected by Justin Allgaier, who made hard contact and knocked both drivers from the race.

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  • Kubiak, Broncos name new starting QB for preseason game No. 2

    Mark Sanchez started the first game. The real story line is the developments in the Broncos' competition to replace quarterback Peyton Manning. "Yes", Kubiak said Thursday. Lynch, whom the Broncos selected with the No. 26 overall pick in the first round of this year's draft, has shown promising development while playing with the No.

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  • Chelsea confirm David Luiz deal from PSG for £38m

    Bony was one of four senior City players to be shown the door by Pep Guardiola on a loan basis. But the Brazilian gives Conte the option to switch to three at the back and, crucially, can carry the ball out of defence - something Chelsea have missed ever since his departure.

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  • SpaceX rocket explodes at test firing in Florida

    A plume of black smoke poured into the air. The cause is now unknown. Smoke billows from the SpaceX launch site. People in buildings far from the facility felt shock waves, but local authorities said residents were not at risk. Zuckerberg said he was "disappointed" that the mishap destroyed his $95 million satellite. SpaceX, one of two companies making deliveries, is also working on a crew capsule to ferry station United States astronauts.

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  • Kaepernick kneels during national anthem

    Kaepernick is known for wearing socks with odd patterns on them, including wearing socks with cash and coins on them the day he signed his contract with the 49ers in June 2014. As Kaepernick knelt near the 49ers bench, a navy officer sang the anthem while 240 sailors, Marines and soldiers presented a United States flag and emblems from branches of service.

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  • England vs Pakistan: Records go for a toss after hosts score 444

    England vs Pakistan: Records go for a toss after hosts score 444

    Pakistan haven't been atrocious, and you wouldn't think they will go worse than the last match, particularly with the ball, but it isn't going to improve to the point where they will pick up a win. It was that kind of a day for Hales and Root, who could do nothing wrong. Chris Woakes has become the fourth player to admit he is not yet able to commit to the tour - although he stressed Dickason's reassurances do carry weight with the team, and confirmed discussions are ongoing even through ...

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  • Colin Kaepernick releases statement regarding socks

    Kaepernick has worn his "practice socks" - which feature cartoon pigs wearing police hats - at practices over the last few weeks. "To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way". Then, the head of a national police organization blasted Kaepernick on Thursday for wearing the socks. It wasn't surprising that as he entered Qualcomm Stadium to face the San Diego Chargers, a chorus of boos rang out on a "Salute the Military" themed evening.

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  • Serena not satisfied despite US Open win

    Serena not satisfied despite US Open win

    The next topic bolstered her disposition as well. It was more of the same for her in the second round. "It's stable", she said. "If you get to the point where you can't do that, that's where you need to start to think, OK, I need to move on".

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  • Marlins juggle lineup but lose 4th straight, 7-4 to Mets

    Marlins juggle lineup but lose 4th straight, 7-4 to Mets

    New York Mets on-deck batter Jose Reyes , left, greets Curtis Granderson after Granderson hit a sixth-inning home run in a baseball game against the Miami Marlins, Tuesday, Aug. Gsellman took the loss in his first major league start Sunday, when he gave up four runs over six innings. CUBS 8, PIRATES 7 (13) Pinch-hitter Miguel Montero singled to drive in Kris Bryant in the bottom of the 13th inning after Anthony Rizzo's RBI single tied the game, and the Cubs beat the visiting Pirates.

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  • Bill Belichick: Third preseason game not in "same universe" as regular season

    Linebacker Vince Williams signed a three-year contract with the Steelers that will keep him in Pittsburgh through the 2018 season. "Like always, your guess is as good as mine", he said. "Absolutely", Brady said. "I'd like to be out there every time I get a chance to play". "We have a ton of conversations, day in and day out". "I've prepared like this for two years, and I think that's a big stepping stone for me, it definitely helped out".

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  • Colombia vence a Venezuela en eliminatorias Rusia 2018

    Colombia jugó con: David Ospina , Stefan Medina , Jeison Murillo, Óscar Murillo , Farid Díaz, Daniel Torres y Carlos Sánchez, James Rodríguez y Macnelly Torres , Luis Fernando Muriel ( Juan Guillermo Cuadrado , minuto 70) y Carlos Bacca (Roger Martínez, minuto 83).

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  • Mariners running gamut of tough pitching, fall to Texas 6-3

    Texas won its fourth straight and has a 10 1/2-game lead in the AL West over third-place Seattle, which has lost four straight. If the Texas Rangers are going to succeed in the postseason, it will be vital to have a starting rotation that can shut down some of the top offensive teams in the AL East.

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  • Ko still in running to defend Canadian title

    The 20-year-old from Thailand built on a two-shot lead heading into the final round at Priddis Greens Golf and Country Club with a six-under 66 on Sunday. People wanted to see the world No. 3 and a victor of a major this year at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. But after like Monday, it didn't hurt that much.

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  • Venus Williams into round three at US Open

    Tomic also said: "He definitely baited me the whole set for me to say that". Winner - In 1999, she claimed her first slam and rose to number four. The U.S. Tennis Association announced a multi-year partnership with Adidas on Thursday to make the German sportswear giant the official sponsor of USTA player development.

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  • US Open: Queen Serena Williams thumps King, firing 13 aces indoors

    US Open: Queen Serena Williams thumps King, firing 13 aces indoors

    Breaking serve three times over the two sets, Serena didn't face a break point at all on Thursday night, ending the match with a +10 differential in winners to unforced errors (38-28). What really matters is I got the win. Despite battling a shoulder injury, Williams took home her seventh Wimbledon singles title in July to tie Graf's career Grand Slam record.

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  • Serena answers her doubters on court

    Serena answers her doubters on court

    Williams' success lies in her durability - 306 weeks at No.1. Tennis players do pick up the sound of the ball to read the spins a little bit earlier and the speed of the serve , so it makes it tricky. Open's second round. A victory would see her break the Open Era record of 22 Grand Slam titles she now shares with German Steffi Graf and close in on Margaret Courts all-time mark of 24 major titles.

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