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May 24, 2022

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Inside the Chelsea Sale: Deep Pockets, Private Promises and Side Deals

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Tariq Panja and Rory Smith LONDON — The British government on Tuesday moved closer to giving its blessing to the purchase of Chelsea F.C., one of European soccer’s blue-ribbon teams, by an American-led investment group after deciding it had sufficient assurances that none of the proceeds from the record sale......

Dwayne Haskins Reportedly Was Drunk Before Fatal Accident

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Emmanuel Morgan Dwayne Haskins, 24, the backup Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and a former standout at Ohio State, was heavily intoxicated when he was struck and killed by a truck on a Florida highway in April, according to multiple reports of a toxicology examination released by the medical examiner’s office in......

Josh Donaldson Suspended for ‘Jackie’ Comments

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Benjamin Hoffman Major League Baseball suspended Josh Donaldson for one game after determining the Yankees third baseman had made “disrespectful” comments to Tim Anderson, a shortstop for the Chicago White Sox. On Saturday, Donaldson, who is white, was confronted by various members of the White Sox after he repeatedly referred......

As the French Open Begins, the War in Ukraine Roils the Locker Room

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Matthew Futterman PARIS — The idea by the men’s and women’s tennis tours was to take a strong stand against Wimbledon’s decision to keep out players from Russia and Belarus, then let tennis and competition move the conversation away from politics and the invasion of Ukraine. It has not worked......

For Some Parkinson’s Patients, Boxing Can Be Therapy

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Rachel Fairbank For Cheryl Karian, a 72-year-old retired physician assistant, boxing is medicine. Ms. Karian, whose Parkinson’s disease was diagnosed in 2020, doesn’t compete or spar, but every Tuesday and Thursday, she trains for an hour at Main Street Boxing and Muay Thai in downtown Houston. Before her diagnosis, Ms.......

Measuring Family Milestones, Beneath America’s Tallest Peak

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Caroline Van Hemert I didn’t understand then how much would change, or how quickly. Soon after, the park road was closed because of melting permafrost and landslides, locking a bike trip to Polychrome Pass into the archives of the past. I couldn’t see past the present chaos of family life,......

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