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Trump ramps up NFL fight, calls for ban on kneeling during anthem

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump ramped up his fight with the National Football League on Tuesday, calling on the popular league to ban players from kneeling in protest at games while the U.S. national anthem is played. Read More

 

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U.S. alleges bribery, kickbacks at top NCAA basketball programs

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. authorities on Tuesday unveiled fraud charges against 10 people, including four coaches and an Adidas AG executive, associated with some of the country's premier college basketball programs following a multi-year corruption probe. More »

 

Djokovic to keep Agassi as head coach

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic will keep Andre Agassi as his head coach when he returns to action after recovering from an elbow injury which forced him to cut short his season in July, Serbia's former world number one said on Tuesday. More »

 

French anti-doping lab suspended by WADA

PARIS (Reuters) - The French anti-doping laboratory of Chatenay-Malabry, where disgraced American cyclist Lance Armstrong's samples had been tested, has been provisionally suspended by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Tuesday. More »

 

Cowboys rebound for 28-17 win over Cardinals

Three of the past four times they teams met, the game wasn't decided until the last play, twice going to overtime. More »

 

NFL signs deal to put game highlights on Facebook

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The National Football League and Facebook Inc have signed a deal to bring NFL game recaps and highlights to the world's largest social network, culminating years of talks, the NFL said on Tuesday. More »

 

Motor racing: Gasly replaces Kvyat at Toro Rosso for next races

LONDON (Reuters) - French driver Pierre Gasly will make his Formula One debut at the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend after being drafted in by the Toro Rosso team in place of under-performing Russian Daniil Kvyat. More »

 

Olympics: JOC 'looking forward to Pyeongchang'

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Olympic committee (JOC) said on Tuesday it is looking forward to participating in next year's Pyeongchang Winter Games and that it is confident the event will be safe despite concerns over North Korea. More »

 

Olympics: Bobsleigh: British women raise the cash to compete

LONDON (Reuters) - Two British women bobsledders have kept alive their dream of competing at next year's Pyeongchang Olympics by raising the money they need after being told there was only enough funding for the men. More »

 

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