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When Powerful People Play the “Mental Health” Card

The co-founder of Ozy is just the latest to claim that major professional misconduct is due to a medical issue.
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Why dogs might actually be better off without humans
Imagining a future for dogs without us “shines a light on who dogs are on their own terms, distinct from their cultural role as obedient (or not so obedient) pets."
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Journalist Drew Magary’s memoir reveals night that changed his life forever
Magary had suffered a subdural hematoma, a brain hemorrhage that came very close to killing him. His family tried to grapple with odds that often seemed incredibly grim.
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Even in national TV loss Arch Manning shows why he's the most sought-after recruit in America
Georgia coach Kirby Smart was in the building and America was watching top 2023 recruit Arch Manning put his talent on display.       
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UCF stays grounded on Space Night, tops Memphis 24-7
Ryan O'Keefe rushed for one touchdown, caught a pass for another and UCF defeated Memphis 24-7 on Space Night Friday.
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Computer a mess? Your 5-step quick plan to clean it up
Cleaning up your computer doesn't take a ton of time. But you have to do it right, smart way. Here are some tips to help.
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Border Patrol apprehensions hit a record high. But that's only part of the story
The Border Patrol recorded nearly 1.7 million apprehensions last year, eclipsing the record set in 2000. Still, the number of migrants crossing illegally is likely far below the all-time high.
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Bridges scores 30 points, Hornets beat careless Cavs 123-112
For the second straight game, the Hornets saved their best for last.
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Season three of 'You' has us rooting for a serial killer
Netflix's "You" is back with another season, and we can't stop talking about Penn Badgley's character, Joe Goldberg. What is it about this hot dad that has us rationalizing murder? Subscribe to Lisa's "Pop Life Chronicles" newsletter here.
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Why Andy Warhol and these four other painters are the most forged
In July of this year, Mexican politician Angel Pereda was busted by the FBI for trying to sell at least four forged artworks purportedly by Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
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Astros owner Jim Crane on sign-stealing scandal: 'We took the penalty and we're past that now'
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane discussed the sign-stealing scandal after his team clinched its third World Series appearance in five years.      
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Southern Miss accepts invite to join Sun Belt
Southern Mississippi accepted an invitation to join the Sun Belt Conference on Friday, dealing another blow to Conference USA, which already had six members announce their departures this week.
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Maria Sharapova: Serena Williams has 'owned me'
Maria Sharapova admits that Serena Williams has dominated her on court since the Russian won her first grand slam title in 2004.
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Serena pens body image letter to her mom
New mom Serena Williams has written a letter to her own mom about body image and speaks of her admiration for one of the "strongest women I know."
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Nadal rolls to win US Open, 16th major title
The King of Clay has once again assumed his throne -- this time on a hard court.
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Unseeded American Sloane Stephens wins US Open
Sloane Stephens' epic comeback is complete.
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Nadal, Anderson to meet in US Open final
Rafael Nadal made sure there wouldn't be a repeat of 2009.
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Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys reach US Open final
The meteoric rise of Sloane Stephens continues, who advances to the US Open final to face fellow American Madison Keys.
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Juan Martin del Potro upends Roger Federer at US Open
In their long and storied careers, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have never played against each other in the US Open.
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US Open women's semifinalists: All Americans
The US Open women's singles draw is down to four -- and all of them are American.
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Williams wins thriller to set up all-American semi
Venus Williams beats Petra Kvitova in three sets in the US Open to set up a semifinal with fellow American Sloane Stephens.
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American women dominate US Open
For the first time since 2002, four American women have progressed to the US Open quarterfinals.
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Roger Federer faces US Open nemesis
Roger Federer reveals 2009 US Open final regret ahead of Juan Martin del Potro rematch.
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Sharapova keen to keep living through grand slam 'moments'
It hasn't been the smoothest of grand slam returns for Maria Sharapova but shes says she's just happy to be back playing after exiting the US Open.
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Roger Federer survives first round scare against 70th-ranked Frances Tiafoe
Swiss legend Roger Federer survived an early scare against the American Frances Tiafoe at the Arthur Ashe stadium late Tuesday, before coming back to win 4-6, 6-2, 6-1, 1-6, 6-4.
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Follow Federer example to avoid injury, says top coach
Serena Williams coach tells CNN World Sport that male players have to learn to manage their schedule better as four of the world's top 10 miss U.S. Open through injury
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US Open: Angelique Kerber upset by Naomi Osaka
Naomi Osaka upsets No. 6 seed Angelique Kerber in straight sets.
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Sharapova wows US Open crowd in first major match since doping ban
Five-time major champion Maria Sharapova made an assured return to New York's Flushing Meadows Monday night with a 6-4, X-X win over World No. 2 Simona Halep in her first competition in 15 months.
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Chris Evert on why Roger Federer is unlikely to win the US Open
Chris Evert, an eighteen-time major singles winner, talks exclusively to CNN about Roger Federer and his chances of winning a third grand slam title this season at the US Open.
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Boris Becker appointed head of men's tennis in Germany
Six-time grand slam champion Boris Becker has been appointed head of men's tennis in Germany, two months after he was declared bankrupt by a UK court.
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Azarenka will miss US Open over 'ongoing family situation'
Former world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn from this month's US Open because of an "ongoing family situation."
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Maria Sharapova granted US Open wild card
Maria Sharapova is set to make her first grand slam appearance since serving a 15-month doping ban.
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Wimbledon champion Muguruza reveals grand plan
Two years ago, Serena Williams told her she'd be holding the Wimbledon trophy "very soon." Unfortunately for the greatest sister act in sport, she was right.
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Muguruza overpowers Williams to Wimbledon title
Spain's Garbine Muguruza defeated five-time winner Wimbledon winner Venus Williams to clinch her first Wimbledon championship.
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Roger Federer: Winning US Open would be 'a joke'
Every time Federer has won both the Australian Open and Wimbledon in a single season, he has also gone on to lift the US Open trophy...
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Nastase banned for racist Serena Williams slur
The International Tennis Federation has banned former world No. 1 Illie Nastase for four years and handed him a $10,000 fine for his foul-mouthed outbursts during a Fed Cup tie in April between Great Britain and Romania.
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Azarenka may miss US Open -- 'not willing' to leave son behind
Victoria Azarenka might miss the US Open because of legal issues involving the father of her child, the two-time grand slam champion said in a statement on Thursday.
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How Roger Federer inspires global devotion
Roger Federer, the most successful tennis player of all time, is proving to be a particularly popular at the turnstiles at this year's Wimbledon.
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The art of queuing for the Wimbledon Queue
The Queue has become as much part of Wimbledon tradition as strawberries and cream and all-white kits -- but why do fans line up for days to watch tennis?
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Federer beats Cilic to make Wimbledon history
Roger Federer overpowered Marin Cilic at Wimbledon to become the first man in history to hold eight singles titles at the All England Club.
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Beach tennis: The sport where you can be 'who you want'
It's fast, engaging, fun -- and its chief executive does not look like your everyday sports administrator.
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Wimbledon: Nadal upset by Muller in marathon
Rafael Nadal may have just won the French Open but he endured more misery at Wimbledon, suffering a marathon fourth-round loss to Gilles Muller on Monday.
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What's it like coaching Serena Williams?
Patrick Mouratoglou likes stress. He craves it. But with Serena Williams on maternity leave, deep into her third trimester, the coach has to now find the buzz, the rush, from elsewhere.
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Venus Williams reaches 10th Wimbledon semi
Venus Williams moved into a 10th Wimbledon semifinal after ending the grand slam winning streak of French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko.
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Serena Williams: 'Gender pay gap hits women of color hardest'
American tennis star Serena Williams has slammed the gender pay gap, issuing a passionate call for black women to "be fearless" and demand equality.
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Roger Federer reaches 11th Wimbledon final
Roger Federer reached an 11th Wimbledon final by beating Tomas Berdych and will face Marin Cilic in Sunday's final at The All England Club.
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Venus Williams reaches ninth Wimbledon final
Venus Williams reached the Wimbledon final for a ninth time when she defeated home hope Johanna Konta. Garbine Muguruza will be her opponent.
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Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic exit Wimbledon
Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic -- the two men who dominated men's tennis last year -- both departed the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Wednesday banged up.
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Absent stars rob Roland Garros of fashion wow moment
In the absence of Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka, who will provide Roland Garros' showstopping moment?
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