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9 Things No One Tells You About Running a Marathon Post-Baby

Lessons to new moms on returning to a post-baby 26.2.

Trump asks whether UCLA players will thank him for release

WASHINGTON (AP) President Donald Trump is asking whether three UCLA basketball players released from detention in China will thank him.

Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for second time in 2017

Zuerlein hit four field goals during LA’s 33-7 win over Houston.

Shannon illuminates why LiAngelo Ball and the UCLA players who shoplifted in China should be punished

Reacting to LiAngelo Ball and the UCLA basketball players who shoplifted multiple items from multiple stores in China, Shannon Sharpe explains to Skip Bayless and Joy Taylor why LiAngelo and his teammates should be punished further by the university.

Dimitrov reaches semifinals at ATP Finals, beats Goffin

LONDON (AP) Grigor Dimitrov advanced to the semifinals at the ATP Finals by beating David Goffin 6-0, 6-2 Wednesday.

Preview: Magic look to close four-game road trip with win in Portland

The Orlando Magic conclude their four-game Western Conference road swing against the Portland Trail Blazers.

Preview: Heat back home to host streaking Wizards

Following a six-game road trip, the Miami Heat are back home, where they’ll take on the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night.

Skip Bayless on Carson Wentz and the Eagles: ‘It just feels meant to be’

Skip Bayless discusses with Shannon Sharpe and Joy Taylor Carson Wentz, the Philadelphia Eagles and whether or not Philly can hold on to win the NFC East.

Witness says soccer official was bribed for World Cup vote

NEW YORK (AP) A powerful soccer official from Argentina demanded bribes to vote for Qatar to host the World Cup in 2022, at one point telling Qatari officials to turn over $80 million, a witness at a U.S. trial testified.

Rohingya refugees in Kuala Lumpur find no reprieve

KUALA LUMPUR: Unlike in 2015, when¬†thousands risked their lives across the Andaman sea on board rickety boats to reach Malaysia, Rohingya refugees who¬†made it to Kuala Lumpur in recent months have mostly taken the land route. Nor Hakim, 25, who came from Sittwe, Myanmar a year ago, said he paid 1 …


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