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Athletics: Thompson overhauls Fraser-Pryce to claim Jamaican title

KINGSTON, Jamaica (Reuters) - Olympic 100 meters champion Elaine Thompson left it late before coming through in the closing stages to run down a fast-starting Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and win the Jamaican championships title on Friday.

The Perfect Soundtrack for My Grief

By KATHLEEN O’BRIEN

A Brahms symphony I love will probably forever remind me of my late friend, the conductor. And that’s O.K.

Netflix Fires Chief Communications Officer Over Use of Racial Slur

By CHRISTOPHER MELE

The executive used the slur twice — the second time while talking with black employees who were helping him deal with the fallout from the first time he used it, a company memo said.

Pair of ex-NHL players sues league for lack of concussion warnings

The National Hockey League is being sued by two former players, Daniel Carcillo and Nick Boynton, who allege the league withheld information about the long-term health dangers from concussion-related injuries.

China's Xiaomi says has no timeframe for mainland share offering

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp said on Saturday there is no timeframe for a mainland share offering and the company has no disagreement with the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

Title IX gender-discrimination cases get faster review under Trump, data show

By Michelle Hackman, Maya Sweedler

The Education Department under President Donald Trump has been closing Title IX gender-discrimination complaints against universities and colleges at a significantly faster clip than Obama officials, federal data show.

Title IX gender-discrimination cases get faster review under Trump, data show

By Michelle Hackman, Maya Sweedler

The Education Department under President Donald Trump has been closing Title IX gender-discrimination complaints against universities and colleges at a significantly faster clip than Obama officials, federal data show.

NFL notebook: Hall of Famer Kelly out of hospital

Hall of Fame quarterback and Buffalo Bills icon Jim Kelly was released from the hospital a day after undergoing a scheduled follow-up procedure Thursday in New York City in his ongoing recovery from oral cancer surgery in March.

NHL notebook: Sabres draft Swedish D Dahlin with top pick

The Buffalo Sabres selected Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin with the No. 1 overall pick of the NHL draft on Friday night at American Airlines Center in Dallas.

NBA notebook: Cavs GM optimistic after talks with Team LeBron

Cavaliers general manager Koby Altman senses positive momentum as Cleveland prepares to pitch LeBron James on sticking around.

Kim Jong-pil, ex-South Korean premier and spy agency founder, dies

By Hyung-Jin Kim

Kim Jong-pil, the founder of South Korea's spy agency who also served twice as prime minister, first under his dictator boss and later under a man his agency kidnapped, has died. He was 92.

Major League Baseball notebook: MLB suspends Osuna 75 games

Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna accepted a 75-game suspension from Major League Baseball on Friday in connection with an assault charge.

Former Spur Bowen sounds off on Leonard saga

Former San Antonio Spurs regular Bruce Bowen didn't hold back in taking Kawhi Leonard to task in an interview with Sirius XM NBA Radio on Thursday.

Kim Jong-pil, ex-South Korean premier and spy agency founder, dies

By Hyung-Jin Kim

Kim Jong-pil, the founder of South Korea's spy agency who also served twice as prime minister, first under his dictator boss and later under a man his agency kidnapped, has died. He was 92.

Athletics: Year's fastest Lyles ready to be a 'big dog'

(Reuters) - Young Noah Lyles always wanted to be the next great sprinter after Usain Bolt retired and the 20-year-old American took a big step toward that goal with the year's fastest 100 meters at the U.S. championships in Iowa on Friday.

Golf: Weary Spieth rues not sticking to 'game plan' at Travelers

(Reuters) - Jordan Spieth blamed mental mistakes for his poor second round at the Travelers Championship on Friday as a former British Open champion said the current holder of the Claret Jug needs a break before defending the title.

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