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United States Will Not Send Government Officials to Beijing Olympics

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration will not send any American government officials to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, making…

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Gervonta Davis Bests a Rival While Burnishing His Star Power

Before the final round of his tightly contested, unanimous decision win against Isaac Cruz on Sunday night in Los Angeles,…

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He Was a Black Star 60 Years Before Jackie. Now He’s a Hall of Famer.

Bud Fowler was far more than a curiosity. A professional player in the late 19th century, Fowler is considered by…

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Did the World Chess Championship End When No One Was Looking?

The world chess championship currently underway in Dubai is not over officially, but for all intents and purposes it may…

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What We Learned From Week 13 in the N.F.L.

Kyler Murray dazzles in his own unpredictable way. Sure, there are other N.F.L. quarterbacks who thrill. Lamar Jackson’s runs tempt…

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O’Neil, Hodges and Miñoso Are Among Six New Hall of Famers

The National Baseball Hall of Fame has six new members, with Buck O’Neil, Gil Hodges, Minnie Miñoso, Tony Oliva, Jim…

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The Jets and Giants Played. They Did Not Win.

Our N.F.L. playoffs calculator has an up-to-date look at the latest playoff picture. Time is a flat circle, but we…

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Leading the Pack in Her First Marathon

MINNEAPOLIS — There’s an adage among running coaches: Run your own race. Don’t focus on things you can’t control, including…

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Alabama, Michigan, Georgia and Cincinnati Make College Football Playoff

You again, Alabama? It’s been how long, Michigan? Good to see you, Georgia. This way to orientation, Cincinnati. The College…

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Michigan Rolls to a Playoff Spot With Big Ten Title

INDIANAPOLIS — The Michigan Wolverines needed an affirming victory after clearing their defining hurdle of the season with a commanding…

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