• Larry Nassar attacked in courtroom

    Larry Nassar attacked in courtroom

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    As uniformed officers pulled him from the courtroom, he implored them, "What if this happened to you guys?" Margraves says he lost control when it appeared that Nassar was shaking his head during his daughters' statements. Eaton County Sheriffs restrain Randall Margraves after he lunged at Larry Nassa in the Eaton County Circuit Court, February 2, 2018. When Judge Cunningham declined once again, Randall lunged forward and attempted to attack Nassar.
  • Phoenix Open: Jordan Spieth misses first cut in 259 days

    Phoenix Open: Jordan Spieth misses first cut in 259 days

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    The WD is a bit of a surprise as there hasn't been much chatter about the defending champion dealing with any sort of injury, although Matsuyama's wrist and thumb were taped up during Round 1 when he shot a 69. "Just solid day", Fowler said. Players know what they're getting into every time they step into the enclosed stadium. I'm comfortable on this course.
  • Tribunal overturns doping bans on 28 Russian athletes

    Tribunal overturns doping bans on 28 Russian athletes

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    Doping means using a drug or other substance illegally to improve an athlete's performance. The IOC invited 169 Russians to compete under a neutral flag, but may now be forced to allow in athletes it deems dopers, eight days before the Games begin.
  • Aubameyang starts - Arsenal's strongest possible 4-2-2-2 XI vs Everton

    Aubameyang starts - Arsenal's strongest possible 4-2-2-2 XI vs Everton

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    It was a decision, Wenger admitted, that owed more to the club's admiration for the player and they will be well aware that it could come back to haunt them. Arsene Wenger now has the enviable job of fitting all his new attacking talent into his starting team. The German's previous deal was set to run out in June 2018 and following Alexis Sanchez's sale to Manchester United , many had expected Ozil to follow suit.
  • NBA Announces All-Star Dunk Contest & 3-Point Shootout Participants

    NBA Announces All-Star Dunk Contest & 3-Point Shootout Participants

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    In 2016, Aaron Gordon put on a dunk contest performance for the ages. After narrowly losing out to Zach LaVine in an epic 2016 Slam Dunk Contest, Aaron Gordon returned previous year hoping to make up for it. The Indiana University product is averaging a career-high 23.9 points per game and has been the catalyst to the Pacers getting off to a surprising 29-23 start this season.
  • LeBron James leads Cavaliers past Heat, Celtics rout Knicks

    LeBron James leads Cavaliers past Heat, Celtics rout Knicks

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    Not only is Love missing the playoff push, but he'll have to sit out the All-Star game for the second straight year. Dinwiddie had six points during the spurt and a pair of recent 76ers contributed the other five in the first meeting since a trade between the teams last month.
  • Antonio Conte could leave Chelsea to become Italy manager again

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    The worst defeat of the Conte era has come at the worst possible time, compounding a stuttering start to 2018 just as Liverpool and Tottenham look resurgent and adding another layer to the tension between the Chelsea board and their increasingly outspoken head coach.
  • Secret Australian government files 'found in second-hand filing cabinet'

    Secret Australian government files 'found in second-hand filing cabinet'

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    The ABC had based its report on Cabinet documents found within a filing cabinet purchased at a second-hand furniture store, which the AFP labelled as incomplete and outdated. The files released by the ABC also show that in 2007 the prime minister at the time, John Howard's national security committee gave serious consideration to removing an individual's unfettered right to remain silent when questioned by police.