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The Nationals Give Up on 2018 and Trade Daniel Murphy to the Cubs

The Nationals Give Up on 2018 and Trade Daniel Murphy to the Cubs

Daniel Murphy, left, and Matt Adams were traded on Tuesday by the Washington Nationals.

Engineering Marvel of the Winter Olympics: A Broom

Engineering Marvel of the Winter Olympics: A Broom

Smart Broom co-inventors Andrew Flemming, left, Will Hamilton and Geoff Fowler.

Sandy Alderson Stepping Away From Mets for Cancer Treatment

Sandy Alderson Stepping Away From Mets for Cancer Treatment

Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson said he would take a leave of absence to address his health.

The Equestrian Coach Who Minted Olympians, and Left a Trail of Child Molestation

The Equestrian Coach Who Minted Olympians, and Left a Trail of Child Molestation

Flintridge Riding Club, at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains, has long been home to many of the country’s top equestrians.

In Cairo, All Roads Lead to Image of Salah

In Cairo, All Roads Lead to Image of Salah

Mohamed Salah's image looks out over a café in downtown Cairo. “So many people come to see it that I tell people Salah is asleep to rest,” said the café's manager.

From My Seat, Panama Won the World Cup

From My Seat, Panama Won the World Cup

Panama players celebrated after an own goal by Tunisia during their World Cup match on Thursday in Saransk, Russia.

Francesco Molinari, in a First for Italy, Wins the British Open

Francesco Molinari, in a First for Italy, Wins the British Open

With his British Open victory on Sunday, Francesco Molinari became the first player representing Italy to win a major men’s golf championship.

World Cup: Iceland Ties Argentina, but You Can Call It a Victory

World Cup: Iceland Ties Argentina, but You Can Call It a Victory

Alfred Finnbogason in action in Iceland’s first-ever World Cup game, against Argentina on Saturday. Finnbogason scored Iceland’s only goal in a 1-1 tie.

Browns Take Baker Mayfield at No. 1 Amid a Quarterback Frenzy

Browns Take Baker Mayfield at No. 1 Amid a Quarterback Frenzy

Roger Goodell after announcing the Cleveland Browns’ selection of Baker Mayfield with the first pick of the draft on Thursday.

Newest Hall of Famers Carry Records and Memories Into Cooperstown

Newest Hall of Famers Carry Records and Memories Into Cooperstown

A fan of Trevor Hoffman took pictures of art for sale at Clark Sports Center during the Baseball Hall of Fame’s induction ceremony on Sunday.

The ‘Ruligans’ in Russia, Courtesy of Iceland

The ‘Ruligans’ in Russia, Courtesy of Iceland

Johann Bianco is a member of the supporters group called Tolfan, or 12th man.

Augusta National Takes an Unexpected Turn Toward Women’s Golf

Augusta National Takes an Unexpected Turn Toward Women’s Golf

Condoleezza Rice, left, who was among the first women to become members of Augusta National, with a participant in the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship at the club on Sunday.

For Villanova, a Perfect Play Unfolds in a Wildcat Minute

For Villanova, a Perfect Play Unfolds in a Wildcat Minute

Kris Jenkins’s 3-pointer over North Carolina’s Isaiah Hicks was the difference in Villanova’s championship victory on Monday night.

The Mets Get Some Help From Jason Vargas and a Few Fresh Arms

The Mets Get Some Help From Jason Vargas and a Few Fresh Arms

Jason Vargas pitched five scoreless innings on Wednesday against the Braves.

Yuzuru Hanyu Writes Another Chapter in Figure Skating Legend

Yuzuru Hanyu Writes Another Chapter in Figure Skating Legend

Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan during the free skate on Saturday at Gangneung Ice Arena. Hanyu won the gold with 317.85 points.


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