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Mexico’s President Says Most Domestic Violence Calls Are β€˜Fake’

By Natalie Kitroeff

The leader compared the requests for help to prank calls, the latest controversy over his government’s response to record levels of violence against women.

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N.W.S.L. Plans a One-Month Season: 25 Games in One City

By Andrew Das

The top American women’s soccer league will return to the field next month in Utah. But will all of its stars show up?

N.W.S.L. Plans a One-Month Season: 25 Games in Utah

By Andrew Das and Andrew Keh

The top American women’s soccer league said it had arranged to return to the field next month. But will all of its stars show up?

U.S. Golf Association Cancels Qualifiers for Multiple Tournaments

By Bill Pennington

This year’s U.S. Open will host an all-exempt field, the governing body said on Monday.

Mieko Kawakami Cracks the Code of Being a Woman in Japan

By Motoko Rich

Mieko Kawakami, whose novel “Breasts and Eggs” was just published in English, has become something of a feminist icon in her male-dominated country.

Breanna Stewart’s Comeback Is Going to Take a Little Longer

By Kurt Streeter

The 2018 W.N.B.A. most valuable player’s return from a torn Achilles’ tendon was stalled by the coronavirus pandemic. Now she’s just trying to cope with being stuck inside.

After Fanfare for Baseball, Soccer Is Also Back in South Korea

By Victor Mather

A 1-0 win for Jeonbuk over the Suwon Bluewings got unusual attention because of the pandemic, as crowd noise was pumped in and those on the sidelines wore masks.

Another Tennis Leader Supports Idea of Merging Women’s and Men’s Tours

By Christopher Clarey

Steve Simon, the chief executive for the WTA, said on Monday that he welcomed an effort to bring the two tours together when the sport emerges from the coronavirus shutdown.

The Bumpy Road to Restarting Even Small Sports Leagues

By Victor Mather

Social distancing snafus, athletes in isolation and cities uncomfortable with traveling teams. This is not going to be easy.

Another Tennis Leader Supports Idea of Merging Women’s and Men’s Tours

By Christopher Clarey

Steve Simon, the chief executive for the WTA, said on Monday that he welcomed an effort to bring the two tours together when the sport emerges from the coronavirus shutdown.

For USWNT and U.S. Soccer, Equal Pay Ruling Offers a Way Out

By Andrew Das

A federal judge’s rejection of the players’ equal pay claims cost the team their leverage, but it is in the federation’s interests to find a settlement both sides can embrace.

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