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Lee tops LPGA event in Michigan; pregnant Lewis tied for 2nd
Minjee Lee shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the LPGA Volvik Championship, with Stacy Lewis tied for second playing five months' pregnant        
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Aaron Judge becomes fastest player in MLB history to 70 career home runs
New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge broke Ryan Howard's record by getting his 70th career home run in his 231st career game.        
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Paul receiving regular treatment to return for Rockets
Rockets star Chris Paul is receiving treatment "around the clock" on his injured right hamstring and coach Mike D'Antoni hopes it will only be a matter of days before he is healthy again        
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Cavaliers' Kevin Love out for Game 7 vs. Celtics
Cleveland forward Kevin Love is in the league concussion protocol and will miss the decisive Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals in Boston on Sunday.        
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Jays offer advice to couple 'that clearly broke up' during game
The Blue Jays bullpen say they saw a couple break up near their bullpen.        
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Egypt bans YouTube for one month over 2012 anti-Islamic video
Egypt is about to act on its longstanding threat to temporarily ban YouTube. The country's highest administrative court has ruled that officials must block the streaming video site for a month (along with "all" links playing the video) after it allo...
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Scott McCarron tied with Tim Petrovic after three rounds of Senior PGA
Scott McCarron made his only bogey of the round on the final hole to slip into a tie for the lead with Tim Petrovic in the Senior PGA Championship         
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Techera scores 3 second-half goals, Whitecaps tie Revs 3-3
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Ebola Vaccinations Underway In Areas Of Congo
Ebola vaccinations will begin Monday in the two rural areas of Congo where the latest deadly outbreak was declared this month, the health ministry said Saturday, as the number of confirmed Ebola cases rose to 35, including 10 deaths. (May 26)        
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Anderson, Santiago lead White Sox past Tigers 8-4
Tim Anderson homers twice as Chicago White Sox beat Detroit Tigers 8-4        
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How will the Rockets overcome Chris Paul's absence?
Rockets guard Chris Paul will miss Game 6 of the Western Conference finals with a right hamstring strain. Houston takes a 3-2 series lead back to Golden State, but the challenge of clinching is now even more daunting.        
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Champions League final: Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool - Van Dijk & Lovren reflect on defeat
Liverpool defenders Virgil van Dijk and Dejan Lovren reflect on their Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid.
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Makers of ‘Sesame Street’ Sue to Get Raunchy Puppet Movie to Change Its Advertising
The creators of the children’s television show want “The Happytime Murders,” an upcoming movie featuring puppets, to stop using the slogan “No Sesame. All Street.”
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Phillies alone in first place for the first time since 2011
Philadelphia leads Atlanta by a half-game in the National League East. The Philadelphia Phillies beat the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, their 11th win in their last 15 games. At 29-20 they are in a position they haven’t seen in seven seasons: alone in first place atop the National League East. Philadelphia has quite a bit of young talent, augmented by free agent acquisitions Carlos Santana and Jake Arrieta his offseason looking to accelerate their rebuild after averaging 93 losses over the last five seasons. So far in 2018, it has worked. The Phillies have outscored their opponents by 40 runs through their 49 games, the third-best run differential in the NL, and coupled with the Braves’ loss to the Red Sox in Boston on Saturday now own a half-game lead over Atlanta (29-21), another young team on the rise in the East. This is the first time the Phillies have been alone in first place since the end of the 2011 season, when Philadelphia won 102 games in capturing their fifth consecutive NL East crown. Since the start of the 2012 season, the Phillies have only been even tied for first place on four different days before Friday: 2012: They started 1-0 2014: They started 1-0 2017: They started 1-0 2017: A win on April 9 put Philadelphia at 3-3, tied with three other teams Just gonna leave this here. #BeBold— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) May 26, 2018 @Phillies on TOP of the NL East......been a long time coming and I’m delighted to see it! Nick Williams went BEAST to center— Jimmy Rollins (@JimmyRollins11) May 26, 2018 There is still a lot of season to be played, but the Phillies at the very least are pointing up. It sure seems like a far cry from early April, when Philadelphia started 1-4 and the claws were out for new manager Gabe Kapler. The Phillies then started a homestand and took off. They are 19-8 at Citizens Bank Park this season, and their 28-16 run has them atop the division for the first time since the glory years. That will help quiet the critics.
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Choo new top HR hitter from Asia, lifts Texas over KC in 10
Shin-Soo Choo became the top major league home run hitter born in Asia, connecting for a leadoff drive in the 10th inning that lifted the Texas Rangers over the Kansas City Royals 4-3        
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Warriors’ Andre Iguodala will miss 3rd straight game vs. Rockets
Golden State will be without the fifth member of their Hamptons Five lineup during Game 6. The Golden State Warriors will be without the fifth member of their death lineup, AKA the Hamptons 5, for Game 6 against the Houston Rockets on Saturday. Andre Iguodala suffered a left lateral leg contusion during Game 3 earlier in this series, and he has missed all three games since the injury. Golden State is facing elimination, down three games to two, but they aren’t the only team hurt. Houston won’t have Chris Paul, who suffered a hamstring injury late in the Rockets’ Game 5 win. In positive news, Patrick McCaw will be active for the Warriors for the first time in about two months after a scary fall during a regular season game, although Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said “it would be tough” to throw him into a crucial game like this. For Iguodala, his injury occured when he collided with James Harden’s knee when Harden made a move towards the rim in Game 4. Here's the Andre Iguodala knee injury in slow mo, takes a powerful James Harden knee to the side of his left knee, grabs immediately— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) May 21, 2018 Iguodala may be the lowest-profile player in a Warriors’ starting lineup that includes two-time MVP Stephen Curry; one-time MVP and four-time scoring champion Kevin Durant; the reigning Defensive Player of the Year Draymond Green; and of the league’s premier two-way wings Klay Thompson. But Iguodala’s versatility is paramount for a Golden State defense that prides itself on the ability to switch everything on screens. He also provides another playmaker on offense. Golden State has lost both games since Iguodala went down.
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Champions League final: Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool - best social media reaction
Here's how football fans reacted to some of the key moments in the Champions League final as Real Madrid beat Liverpool.
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Cristiano Ronaldo: UCL Should Rename Itself 'CR7 Champions League'
Cristiano Ronaldo has dominated the UEFA Champions League so much that he believes it's time for the league to consider a name change. You know, in honor of him...
Reynolds HR in 9th helps Nationals rally past Miami 4-1
Mark Reynolds hit a tiebreaking home run leading off the ninth inning, and the Washington Nationals rallied to beat the Miami Marlins for the 10th consecutive time, 4-1        
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Saucedo scores first goal of season, RSL tops Sounders 1-0
Sebastian Saucedo launched a shot that found the upper right corner in the 61st minute in Real Salt Lake's 1-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders        
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Indianapolis 500 2018: Lineup, TV schedule, key race information, more
Essential information you need to get ready for Sunday's 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis 500        
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Defenders as important to Fleury, as he is to Golden Knights
Marc-Andre Fleury has been the foundation for the Vegas Golden Knights' run to the Stanley Cup Final        
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Indians' Andrew Miller back on disabled list
Cleveland Indians reliever Andrew Miller is back on the 10-day disabled list, this time with inflammation in his right knee, and there's no timetable for his return.        
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Cubs place RHP Darvish on DL with right triceps tendinitis
Chicago Cubs place RHP Yu Darvish on 10-day disabled list with right triceps tendinitis        
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Real Madrid v Liverpool: How the players rated in the Champions League final
BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty gives his player ratings for Liverpool's Champions League final win, plus your ratings.
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Justin Rose shoots 66 to take 4-shot lead into Colonial finale
Justin Rose opened the third round with three consecutive birdies to stretch his lead and stayed ahead.         
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12 photos of Real Madrid celebrating Champions League title
See photos from Real Madrid's glorious celebration.        
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Yankees activate 1B Greg Bird, send Torreyes to Triple-A
The New York Yankees have activated first baseman Greg Bird from the disabled list and sent reserve infielder Ronald Torreyes to Triple-A. Bird had been sidelined since having right ankle surgery on March 27        
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Rockies recall INF McMahon from Triple-A
Rockies recall INF McMahon from Triple-A Albuquerque, option INF Valaika to Isotopes        
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Without Kevin Love, Cavs Need Another Level of Hero Ball from LeBron James
With Kyrie Irving traded, Isaiah Thomas never regaining form and Kevin Love missing a quarter of the season to injury, LeBron James has almost single-handedly carried the Cleveland Cavaliers all season...
Andre Iguodala Out for Game 6 vs. Rockets After Knee Injury
With their season on the line Saturday night, the Golden State Warriors will be without Andre Iguodala for the third straight game against the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference Finals...
Mengden tosses 2-hitter as A's top Diamondbacks 3-0
Daniel Mengden pitches 2-hitter as Oakland Athletics top Arizona Diamondbacks 3-0        
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Salah's World Cup in doubt as Egyptians turn on Ramos
Liverpool star forward Mohamed Salah was in tears as he left the Champions League final against Real Madrid after 30 minutes         
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The Rock, Under Armour Announce Project Rock 1 Shoe Release
Thanks to Under Armour, Dwayne " The Rock " Johnson is getting his own signature shoe line. Under Armour gave a glimpse of the sneakers, the UA Project Rock One, earlier this ...
Egypt team doctor believes Mohamed Salah can play in the World Cup
Salah didn’t break anything and should have a chance to make it to Russia After Mohamed Salah went down with a shoulder injury in the Champions League final, fans feared the worse. The Egyptian attacker was in tears as he was hauled off, and everyone immediately started wondering whether he’d be able to suit up for his country at the World Cup. Thankfully, it looks like Salah has a chance to play for The Pharaohs in Russia. The Egyptian FA tweeted a statement from their team doctor, who had been in contact with Liverpool about the injury. تحديث | أفاد الدكتور محمد أبو العلا طبيب المنتخب أن الجهاز الطبي بنادي ليفربول قد ابلغوه بعد إجراء الآشعة على كتف صلاح وأفادت نتيجتها بأن اللاعب أصيب بجزع في أربطة مفصل الكتف وأضاف انه وفقا لهذا التشخيص عن تفاؤله بأن يلحق صلاح بالمنتخب الوطني في كأس العالم @MoSalah— Egypt National Football Team (@Pharaohs) May 26, 2018 The statement says that x-rays were negative, and that Egypt’s doctor believed that meant Salah could be fit in time for the World Cup. However, neither Liverpool or Egypt has released a full diagnosis or timetable for recovery. Egypt is in Group A, so they start their World Cup on the second day of the tournament. They kick off their campaign on Saturday, June 15, against Uruguay in Yekaterinburg. Egypt had an excellent qualifying campaign and could conceivably finish top-two in a weak group without Salah, but they’ll need their star healthy to do any better than that in Russia.
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iPhones will reportedly get the power to unlock doors using NFC
Your iPhone's NFC chip will soon have the ability open your house's and car's doors, as well as pay for your fare, according to The Information. The tech giant is reportedly gearing up to introduce a huge update for its devices' near-field communicat...
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Mario Andretti, Roger Penske take opposing views on Indy 500 Bump Day qualifying
Mario Andretti and team owner Roger Penske have opposite perspectives for how to address Indy 500 Bump Day after this year's controversy.        
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We've become normalized to Trump's tweets. Not this one.
Nowadays, it takes a lot for Americans to become incensed about Trump's tweets. We need at least one World War threat or nuclear weapon tangent to wake up and realize we're seconds away from doomsday. The President still has that magical ability to completely eviscerate our joy. Take Saturday's tweet, where Trump — in one of his worst lies yet — had the audacity to complain that Democrats were responsible for separating parents from their children at the border. SEE ALSO: Political nostalgia is always a lie, and a potent weapon "Put pressure on the Democrats to end the horrible law that separates children from there parents once they cross the Border into the U.S. Catch and Release, Lottery and Chain must also go with it and we MUST continue building the WALL! DEMOCRATS ARE PROTECTING MS-13 THUGS," Trump wrote. Read more...More about Watercooler, Immigration, Trump Tweets, Culture, and Politics
The Predators in the Kitchen
Beyond the shocking revelations about Mario Batali is an industry that consistently mistreats women.
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Brad Stevens: Al Horford 'Outstanding' Despite Poor Stats in Game 6
Al Horford only scored six points in the Boston Celtics' 109-99 Game 6 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night, but head coach Brad Stevens isn't reading into the center's pedestrian numbers...
Purdue beats Illinois 11-5, earns shot at Big 10 title
Nick Dalesandro had a pair of hits and scored three runs and Purdue rallied from three runs down to roll past Illinois 11-5 and advance to the Big Ten Tournament championship game        
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Phillies' Nola pitching no-hitter thru 6 vs Blue Jays
Aaron Nola of the Philadelphia Phillies is pitching a no-hitter through six innings against the Toronto Blue Jays        
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Rockets Raise $100K for Santa Fe Memorial Fund with Tickets to Watch Party
The Houston Rockets raised $100,000 for the Santa Fe Memorial Fund after selling out all 10,000 tickets for their Game 6 watch party at Toyota Center on Saturday night, according to the Houston Chronicle 's Jonathan Feigen ...
Herman D. Farrell Jr., of Harlem’s Political Old Guard, Dies at 86
A longtime Democratic assemblyman, Mr. Farrell was a trusted, gentlemanly party leader in New York and once ran for mayor.
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Yu Darvish Placed on Cubs' 10-Day DL with Triceps Injury
The Chicago Cubs have placed starting pitcher Yu Darvish on the 10-day disabled list as the result of right triceps tendinitis. The team announced Saturday the move is retroactive to May 23...
Accelerate spurts ahead in stretch to win Gold Cup
Accelerate rallied in the stretch to win the $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita by 4 1/4 lengths over Dr. Dorr, trained by Bob Baffert        
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Rockets vs. Warriors: Golden State needs a win to stay alive
Houston leads best-of-7 series 3-2. The Houston Rockets are one victory away from their first NBA Finals trip in 23 years. To clinch that berth on Saturday night they have to beat the Golden State Warriors on the road in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals (9 p.m. ET, TNT). Houston will be without the services of point guard Chris Paul, who suffered a hamstring strain in the final minute of on Thursday. Paul scored 18 of his 20 points in the second half of the Rockets’ Game 5 win, giving them a 3-2 series lead and just one win away from their first berth in the NBA Finals since winning the second of back-to-back championships in 1995. Golden State is 7-1 at Oracle Arena this postseason but that loss came in their last game there, on Tuesday to the Rockets, snapping an NBA-record 16-game playoff home winning streak. Houston (114.7) and Golden State (113.6) were first and third in the NBA, respectively, during the regular season in points per 100 possessions, but in the last two games of this series between offensive juggernauts have features scores of 95-92 and 98-94, both Rockets wins. That left Steph Curry perplexed, per the Associated Press: “I think (if you) guessed what the final score would be between the Rockets and Warriors, and neither team getting to 100 two straight games, don’t know what the odds (would be) on that,” he said. “Defense is high right now.” Warriors vs. Rockets Game 6 info Location: Oracle Arena, Oakland, Calif. Game time: 9 p.m. ET TV: TNT Announcers: Marv Albert, Chris Webber, Reggie Miller, David Aldridge, Kristen Ledlow Online streaming: Watch TNT
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LeBron, back in Boston, for another Cavs farewell
Already laboring to reach his eighth straight NBA Finals with a supporting crew made mostly of cast-offs and throw-ins, LeBron James lost the only other All-Star on the roster when Kevin Love was declared out for the series finale with a concussion        
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