There's an anti-violence event planned for Sunday.
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The shooting was reported just before 1 a.m. Monday in the Como neighborhood of Fort Worth.
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The Ohio Republican could be subpoenaed to testify about his exchanges with the then-president on the day the U.S. Capitol was attacked.
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After realising her photo went viral, Xiong posted a Weibo update with a video of her performance during a water polo game.
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This trade could work well for both teams.
- The Wrap
Olympic Judo competitor Saeid Mollaei shouted out Israel after winning the silver medal in the men's 81kg Judo event, a nod to his difficult past and the obstacles he overcame to even be able to compete in this year's Tokyo Olympics. "Thank you to Israel for all the good energy -– this medal is dedicated to you as well and I hope Israeli is happy with this victory, todah," Mollaei told Israeli news outlet Channel 5 Sports after winning the silver medal. Mollaei is originally from Iran, where he
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Daniil Medvedev was struggling so much with the suffocating heat and humidity at the Ariake Tennis Park on Wednesday that at one point the chair umpire, Carlos Ramos, asked him if he could continue playing. “I can finish the match but I can die," Medvedev replied. The ROC player is going to need some time to recover from this one, though, and it raises questions over why organizers did not grant requests earlier in the tournament from Medvedev and other players — including top-ranked Novak Djokovic — to move all of the tennis matches at the Games to the evening.
The South Carolina senator's latest claim on Fox News doesn't add up.
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Bryson DeChambeau’s former caddie Tim Tucker opened up on his split last month with DeChambeau.
- Longhorns Wire
Eldric Sella went through an arduous journey to get to Tokyo, spending years visualising himself throwing punches in the Olympic boxing ring but when his Games experience finally became a reality on Monday it lasted only 67 seconds. Representing the Refugee Olympic Team in middleweight, the Venezuelan-born Sella was facing Dominican Republic's Euri Cedeno in his opening bout but found himself lying on the floor after a few seconds. He got up in time to survive the referee's count but a minute had just passed when another powerful jab from Cedeno caught his face, leaving him frozen for a second.
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Everything you need to know for the first round of men's golf at the Olympics.
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Red Sox manager Alex Cora didn't take kindly to Yankees announcer Michael Kay suggesting that Fenway Park is "quiet."
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The 30-year-old model is embracing her evolving figure.