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The Eagles Will Visit the White House After All

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

Despite leaked remarks in which the team’s owner called the Trump presidency “disastrous,” the Super Bowl champions will visit the White House on June 5.

Tantalizing Testimony From a Top Trump Aide Sets Off a Search for Proof

By NICHOLAS FANDOS and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

The aide said he remembered getting an email about Russian dirt on Hillary Clinton well before compromising Democratic emails were released. No one can find the message he mentioned.

Mets 7, Reds 6: In Return to Cincinnati, Jay Bruce Leads Mets Out of Six-Game Slump

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The former Red homered and Adrian Gonzalez went deep twice as the Mets’ struggling offense did enough to earn a win.

The Children of New York City’s Greatest Generation

By NAOMI FRY

Growing up amid grit and glamour, these ’80s kids learned how to make creative lives of their own.

Jazz 116, Rockets 108 | Series tied 1-1: N.B.A. Playoffs: Jazz Steal a Win on the Road Over Rockets

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

An early lead faded away, but Utah regrouped and walked away with a win in Game 2 against Houston, which had the best record in the N.B.A. this season.

Mets 14, Padres 2: Mets Finish April on a High Note, but Some Tinkering Remains

By JAMES WAGNER

A blowout of the San Diego Padres kept the Mets atop their division, but inconsistent performances from crucial players are cause for concern.

Extra Bases: A Big Dealer Holds His Cards in Atlanta

By TYLER KEPNER

The Braves’ new general manager, Alex Anthopoulos, made some high-profile trades when he was with Toronto, but for now he is leery of giving up prospects too hastily.

White Sox Reliever Danny Farquhar Has Brain Hemorrhage During Game

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Farquhar passed out in the sixth inning on Friday night after getting two outs against the Houston Astros.

How to Manage Stress Like an Olympic Biathlete

By TARA PARKER-POPE

The pressure of an intense physical race combined with methodical target shooting gives biathletes a unique perspective on coping with stress.

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