• Fresno, California gunman enters court shouting

    The man accused of a racially motivated shooting rampage in California has shouted that natural disasters will increasingly hit the USA as he was ushered to his first appearance before a judge. The outbursts prompted Muhammad's lawyer, Eric Christensen, to tell the judge he believes his client "may not be mentally competent to proceed". Dyer said Muhammad had been identified quickly as the prime suspect in the Motel 6 shooting on April 13 and that police had been urgently seeking him ...

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  • Juventus elimina a Barcelona

    La Juve supo mantener vigilados a los hombres de creación de los azulgrana como Andrés Iniesta o Sergi Busquets con lo que los catalanes acabaron buscando los destellos individuales de sus estrellas, principalmente Neymar y Messi, mientras Luis Suárez se veía ahogado entre tanto defensa.

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  • Gabriel Jesus set for shock Wembley return

    The fans would still be mad about the poor season, especially if they finish outside the top four, and majority would still probably want Wenger to go. Arsenal seem to still lack confidence, and seem nervous when they are on the pitch. Pep Guardiola says he would "completely understand" if the Manchester City hierarchy were not happy with how the team has fared this season.

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  • Murray, Wawrinka out of Monte Carlo

    After five months, Andy Murray is beginning to understand just how hard occupying that rare space can be. Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka walks off the court after losing the third round match against Uruguay's Pablo Cuevas during the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters tournament in Monaco , Thursday, April, 20, 2017.

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  • U. de Chile derrota a Santiago Wanderers y alcanza a Colo Colo

    U. de Chile derrota a Santiago Wanderers y alcanza a Colo Colo

    Antes del descanso, la U liquidó a los porteños con un golpe de nocaut . Ya casi finalizando la primera etapa, los "universitarios" sentenciaron el duelo con la gran conquista del delantero Felipe Mora (41' ), quien controló de gran forma un largo pase y luego definió con calidad para desatar los festejos de los hinchas "azules" en el Nacional.

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  • Sitting Kevin Durant the right move for the Warriors

    Sitting Kevin Durant the right move for the Warriors

    This is the reason why until further notice, Warriors forward Kevin Durant is listed as questionable, which means that there is a very strong likelihood that he will not play in Game 2 of the Warriors-Blazers first-round series Wednesday at Oracle Arena.

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  • Warriors take 3-0 series lead over Blazers with 119-113 win

    And who knows? It might not be much of a stretch that Golden State's second team could be a playoff eight seed on its own. Portland led 88-87 going into the final quarter. Without the injured Jusuf Nurkic, Portland doesn't have much size to throw at Golden State, which means JaVale McGee is going to continue dunking on fools for the remainder of the series.

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  • It's Not Easy To Replace a Player Like Mikel - Chelsea Coach, Conte

    Following the news John Terry will leave Chelsea in the summer, Carragher has been compiling a list of the best centre-backs to have graced England's top flight. "He is a great captain - the problem is that John wants to play regularly and for this reason we have to respect his decision". "His partnership with Terry is the best I've seen in the Premier League".

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  • Lane Kiffin Takes A Shot At Nick Saban's Coaching Style

    Lane Kiffin Takes A Shot At Nick Saban's Coaching Style

    It's spring football time down south and the Alabama Crimson Tide should have one of the better teams in the SEC once again in 2017. There's a lot of ways to coach and to win games. Defense: Alabama's defense always starts with the front, and that will be anchored by Da'Ron Payne, who has All America potential. "It is insane", Kiffin said Friday about the reaction to his response.

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  • Crimson defeats White 27-24 in Alabama's A-Day Game

    Crimson defeats White 27-24 in Alabama's A-Day Game

    For the Crimson squad, Calvin Ridley had 4 receptions for 102 yards and a touchdown and Robert Foster 2 for 115 yards and a TD. Tagovailoa completed 18 of 32 passes for 315 yards and 3 touchdowns with 1 interception (which went for a 60-yard touchdown runback by Terrell Hall ) and Hurts completed 16-25 passes for 301 yards with 2 TDs and an interception that nearly certainly cost his team a touchdown.

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  • Ovechkin forced to exit after hit from Kadri

    Ovechkin forced to exit after hit from Kadri

    It does not help the Leafs that the Capitals shortened their bench and pushed other defencemen like Matt Niskanen to play more, especially when Kevin Shattenkirk was being exposed in the defensive end. "So we want to improve on ( Game 4 ) and get even better, but I think (Wednesday night) was a right step breathing-wise. That sets up a finish to the series that could go either two or three games.

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  • Raptors start Powell over Valanciunas in Game 4 vs

    P.J. Tucker, a guy who wears his heart on his sleeve 24 hours a day was not holding back when he was asked late Thursday night about that forgettable Game 3 performance by his Raptors. Despite a big game one from DeMar DeRozan , who dropped a team-high 27 points to go along with eight rebounds, he didn't get much help elsewhere. "It was still a challenge, but we figured it out".

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  • EEUU, México y Canadá proponen organizar juntos el Mundial de 2026

    EEUU, México y Canadá proponen organizar juntos el Mundial de 2026

    Ciudad de México - Por primera vez en la historia, tres países buscarán organizar una Copa del Mundo aunque en este caso no de manera equitativa y con México como uno de los "perjudicados". "Hemos llegado a un acuerdo entre los tres países de que vamos a ir juntos por ese mundial ", expresó Gulati en sus primeras declaraciones. Finalmente, De María resaltó los benificios que puede traer a la región el ser sede de una Copa del Mundo .

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  • Tottenham right in the Premier League title race, says Tony Gale

    Tottenham right in the Premier League title race, says Tony Gale

    Manchester United ignited the Premier League title race with a victory over leaders Chelsea , who are starting to feel the heat from red-hot Tottenham. 'Regardless of the opposition, we want to win it. "We all ridiculed the signing when he first came in and I'll give him the benefit of the doubt that maybe he's been carrying a knock".

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  • Bats fall silent in 4-1 loss to Cardinals

    Bats fall silent in 4-1 loss to Cardinals

    Cardinals: OF Dexter Fowler, who left Friday night's game with right heel bursitis, remained out of the lineup. Garcia would move to third on Jose Martinez's groundout, and Jedd Gyorko was hit by a pitch to put runners at first and third.

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  • Judge, Yankees cap 8-1 homestand in style

    Judge, Yankees cap 8-1 homestand in style

    Gonzalez would pitch 8 1/3 innings and only allowed four hits all night. They're also 5-1 in their last six home games versus a right-handed starter and have won all four of their last four home games versus a team with a winning record .

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers former president, Dan Rooney, passes away

    No further details were immediately available. "For those of us who came into this league in the past 30 years, people like Dan Rooney and his family and the Maras, who we are fortunate to partner with, have shown the way, from what the NFL was founded upon to what it is that we all want it to be".

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  • Rockets down Thunder for 2-0 series lead

    Rockets down Thunder for 2-0 series lead

    Westbrook led the National Basketball Association in scoring this season with 31.6 points a game and also averaged 10.7 rebounds and 10.4 assists per contest, joining Oscar Robertson as the only players in National Basketball Association history to average a triple double for an entire season.

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  • Even Rockets' Mike D'Antoni compelled by Harden-Westbrook matchup

    D'Antoni was proud of how his team went through that funk of injuries and mediocre play to maintain their No. 3 seed heading into the postseason. The Rockets were projected to finish 11th in the Western Conference this season by Bleacher Report but, instead, they're the third seed with more than 50 wins.

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  • México oficializa su candidatura para ser sede del Mundial en 2026

    Si el Mundial de 2026 llegará a jugarse en norteamerica, México sólo sería sede para 10 juegos, ya que EEUU albergaría 60 por 10 de Canadá. Víctor Montagliani, presidente de la Federación Canadiense de Futbol y de Concacaf; Decio de María, presidente de la Federación Mexicana de Futbol, y Sunil Gulati , titular de USSoccer, realizaron el anuncio oficial, el primer paso que deberá culminar cuado la FIFA decida en mayo del 2020 al ganador de esa sede.

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  • Spurs flying high ahead of FA Cup semis vs Chelsea

    Spurs flying high ahead of FA Cup semis vs Chelsea

    Chelsea were outplayed for long periods but struck at the vital moments to claim a 4-2 victory that kept alive their hopes of repeating the double they achieved under Conte's fellow Italian Carlo Ancelotti in 2010. We scored the first goal, they equalised, we scored the second and they didn't give up. "I believe this is an exciting team and it is only a matter of time until we win".

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  • New England Patriots Call Out The New York Times' Lack Of Context

    More than 50 players attended the event at the Obama White House , while 34 attended Mr Trump's , according to Vice President of Media Relations Stacey James . Others used their absence as an intentional protest, voicing opposition to the administration. "I'm very against it and I'd hate for my son, you know, to see me go to the White House and act like it's okay to do whatever you want if you're a celebrity", he said.

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  • Denuncian compra de votos del PAN en Coahuila

    Denuncian compra de votos del PAN en Coahuila

    Martínez afirmó que el PAN se alistó desde el inicio del año con la integración de estos llamados "Consejos Ciudadanos", que no son más que un ejército electoral conformado por seis mil activistas a sueldo, dedicados a comprar el voto a favor de Anaya.

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