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Havertz scores 2 as Arsenal routs Chelsea 5-0 to cement Premier League lead

Kai Havertz scored twice against his former team and Ben White also got a brace as Arsenal brushed aside a dismal Chelsea side 5-0 for its biggest league win over its London rival More »


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US government agrees to $138.7M settlement over FBI's botching of Larry Nassar assault allegations

The U.S. Justice Department is paying a $138.7 million to settle more than 100 claims that it badly mishandled allegations of sexual assault against Larry Nassar in 2015 and 2016 More »


Nikola Jokic's brother reportedly involved in an altercation after the Nuggets beat the Lakers

The NBA and Denver police are looking into an incident in which a man reported to be one of the brothers of Denver Nuggets star Nikola Jokic was seen punching a fan after the team’s buzzer-beating 101-99 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA playoffs More »


Webb Simpson offers to resign from PGA Tour board. But only if McIlroy replaces him, AP source says

Rory McIlroy could be rejoining the PGA Tour board just six months after he resigned More »


Defensemen injuries are already piling up early in the NHL playoffs

Defenses around the NHL playoffs have been depleted by existing and new injuries, from Tampa Bay’s Mikhail Sergachev and Colorado’s Samuel Girard being out long term to Carolina’s Brett Pesce going down Monday night and Washington being down to minor leaguers to fill its many voids More »


Paris mayor is confident that water quality will allow Olympic swimming in the River Seine

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo said she is confident water quality will be up to the Olympics standards this summer More »


Montana minor league baseball team in dispute with National Park Service over arrowhead logo

A minor league baseball team in Montana is calling out the U.S. Department of Interior for “unwarranted and relentless” trademark claims in a battle over the use of an arrowhead logo More »


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