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Lance Armstrong Settles Federal Fraud Case for $5 Million

Lance Armstrong Settles Federal Fraud Case for $5 Million

Lance Armstrong crossing the finish line to win the 17th stage of the 2004 Tour de France.

Mohamad Salah Stands Tall, but Liverpool Cracks Door for Roma

Mohamad Salah Stands Tall, but Liverpool Cracks Door for Roma

Mohamed Salah, center, and Roberto Firmino scored two goals each and Sadio Mané had one as Liverpool thumped Roma at Anfield.

When the Knicks Visit Dallas, Only One Thing Will Be Missing

When the Knicks Visit Dallas, Only One Thing Will Be Missing

Mark Cuban, who has owned the Dallas Mavericks for 18 years, giving a routine interview in 2009. The StairMaster’s area of American Airlines Center was supposedly off limits to the news media, but reporters commonly received permission to approach.

Arsène Wenger Will Leave Arsenal, Proudly but Imperfectly

Arsène Wenger Will Leave Arsenal, Proudly but Imperfectly

“To all the Arsenal lovers, take care of the values of the club,” Arsène Wenger said on Friday in announcing he would step down as manager at the end of the season. “My love and support forever.”

As Brazil Crashes Out, the Magic Appears to Be Gone, Too

As Brazil Crashes Out, the Magic Appears to Be Gone, Too

Belgian players celebrate after beating Brazil.

Without N.H.L., Olympic Hockey Takes Hit in Ratings and Interest

Without N.H.L., Olympic Hockey Takes Hit in Ratings and Interest

Team Germany won a silver medal while most of the country's best players were in the United States with their N.H.L. teams.

In Puerto Rico, Stadium Lights Glow, Homes Do Not

In Puerto Rico, Stadium Lights Glow, Homes Do Not

Hours after a blackout left Puerto Rico without power, the Minnesota Twins lined the base path during the national anthem before a game against the Cleveland Indians at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan.

Children of the Cube

Children of the Cube

Competitors mingled and practiced during the CubingUSA nationals in Salt Lake City.

In 2017, Many Athletes Found Their Voices

In 2017, Many Athletes Found Their Voices

Detroit Lions players take a knee during the national anthem before a game against the Atlanta Falcons in September.

Eagles Hold On Against the Falcons to Reach the N.F.C. Title Game

Eagles Hold On Against the Falcons to Reach the N.F.C. Title Game

The Eagles’ Brandon Graham tackling Devonta Freeman of the Falcons.

Brittany Lincicome Will Play Golf Against the Men. Where’s the Fuss?

Brittany Lincicome Will Play Golf Against the Men. Where’s the Fuss?

Brittany Lincicome is known as Bam Bam because of her long drives. She will be the sixth woman to compete in a PGA Tour event when she tees off at the Barbasol Championship in Kentucky on Thursday.

Andrea Pirlo Is Italy’s World Cup Maestro

Andrea Pirlo Is Italy’s World Cup Maestro

Andrea Pirlo scoring for Juventus with a free kick against A.C. Milan in a Serie A match in October.

Chris Froome’s Tour de France Began Under a Cloud and Only Got Worse

Chris Froome’s Tour de France Began Under a Cloud and Only Got Worse

Despite a controversy over asthma medication, Britain’s Chris Froome began the Tour de France with hopes of a fifth win in cycling’s biggest race.

Brazil Gets Its First Win, a Triumph of Grit More Than Style

Brazil Gets Its First Win, a Triumph of Grit More Than Style

Phillippe Coutinho scores for Brazil in stoppage time.

Russian Bobsledder Fails Doping Test

Russian Bobsledder Fails Doping Test

Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva, right, tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug.

Bears’ Hopes of Beating Eagles End With a Thunk-Thunk-Thud

Bears’ Hopes of Beating Eagles End With a Thunk-Thunk-Thud

Cody Parkey, center, missed a potential winning field goal for the Bears with seconds left in their loss to the Eagles.


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