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The Masters 2021: Live updates from the third round at Augusta National
Follow along for live updates from the third round of the Masters.
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More talent. Fewer questions. Kevin Durant’s Nets are worthy title favorites.
With Durant back healthy and an upgraded roster around him, the Brooklyn Nets have answered many of their early-season questions and emerged as the odds-on title favorites.
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'The Tiger effect?’ New crash details fuel questions about special treatment for Woods
After a news conference announcing the results of its investigation, the L.A. sheriff's office released a report with new details that appeared to conflict with its public statements.
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For the Vancouver Canucks and the NHL, a brutal reminder of the virus’s grip
The outbreak within the Vancouver Canucks organization, which has been linked to a variant, is the worst in the NHL this season — and perhaps in North American professional sports since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Philadelphia Flyers’ goaltending is back to being bad as usual
Since the start of the 2000-01 season, 28 different Flyers have played between the pipes. Only three have been above-average goaltenders.
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Patriot holds on to knock off Gar-Field in Va. Class 6 Region B semifinal
The Pioneers are headed to the region final for the first time in program history after a 13-7 win over the top-seeded Indians.
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The Capitals do just enough to hold NHL-worst Sabres
Alex Ovechkin scores again and Washington grinds out a 4-3 win.
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Behind new law, the FBI is getting into anti-doping, but not everyone wants the help
The FBI was ramping up its anti-corruption efforts even before the Rodchenkov Act passed, but some international entities question its jurisdiction.
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The Masters 2021 live updates: Justin Rose begins second round with a four-shot lead
Follow along for live updates from the second round of the Masters.
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Nationals drop third straight, falling to Dodgers after Dave Martinez makes a tough call
The Dodgers celebrate their home opener by remembering their World Series triumph and keeping the Nationals off the scoreboard, a 1-0 loss that was Washington's third straight.
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Judges order 13 of Deshaun Watson’s 22 accusers to disclose identities
Thirteen of 22 women who have anonymously filed suit accusing Watson of harassing and assaulting them during massages must identify themselves, judges ruled
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NCAA responds after coaches criticize conditions at women’s volleyball tournament
Some coaches raised concern about inadequate changing facilities and game broadcasts for the tournament scheduled to begin next week, echoing complaints over NCAA disparities between its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments that sparked widespread anger.
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Katie Ledecky erases any doubts about pre-Olympic form with world’s fastest 200 time of year
Ledecky showed that she is shaping into Olympic form early with her impressive victory at the TYR Pro Swim Series meet in Mission Viejo, Calif.
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Capitals, Wizards receive approval to host fans inside Capital One Arena
The decision comes several weeks after the Nationals and D.C. United were allowed to host fans at home games.
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Maryland’s Aaron Wiggins declares for NBA draft while maintaining college eligibility
Aaron Wiggins, a 6-foot-6 junior wing player, averaged 14.5 points per game last season. He has until July 19 to decide whether to remain in the draft or return to Maryland.
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