• Michelle Carter Found Guilty In Texting Sucide Case In Massachuttes
Michelle Carter Found Guilty In Texting Sucide Case In Massachuttes

She knew he was in the truck, yet failed to call police or his family. And additionally she did not issue a simple additional instruction. Sobs broke out throughout the courtroom when the verdict was announced. Matthew Segal , the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of MA, said that while Roy's death was a "terrible tragedy", i...

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  • Vegas Golden Knights hold all the cards in NHL expansion draft
Vegas Golden Knights hold all the cards in NHL expansion draft

The Golden Knights and General Manager George McPhee now have a three-day window to build their team from the list of players exposed and also make deals with other National Hockey League teams involving those players. "We've got lots of things lined up, but until we see everything, we don't have anything", McPhee said . McPhee's message t...

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  • Vegas to receive picks to not draft players in expansion draft
Vegas to receive picks to not draft players in expansion draft

The Golden Knight can't select 10 goalies because they're required to use up 26 of their 30 picks in filling 14 forwards , nine defensemen and three goalie spots. Indeed, the next few days could get even more interesting around the National Hockey League. Similarly, it's hard to imagine McPhee would have much interest in another former Washing...

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  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Virat Kohli bemused after confusing question by journalist
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Virat Kohli bemused after confusing question by journalist

All the credit goes to the entire team, they all worked really hard", the Pakistan captain said. There was to be no way back for India , who subsequently slumped to 72-6 and only made it to 158 thanks to a stunning, 43-ball 76 from Hardik Pandya.

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  • Pakistan cricket back on track with Champions Trophy win: Shahid Afridi
Pakistan cricket back on track with Champions Trophy win: Shahid Afridi

Jubilant fans spilled onto the streets dancing and distributing candies soon after Hasan Ali claimed the last Indian wicket in the 31st over. Zaman scored his maiden century after he was handed a reprieve earlier in the innings when Jasprit Bumrah had him caught behind off a no ball while Amir picked the in-form Shikhar Dhawan , Rohit Sharma ...

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  • Golf's top three players miss cut at US Open
Golf's top three players miss cut at US Open

Johnson was hitting it so well that he appeared to be safe even when he was on the cut line. This marks the first time the world's top-three ranked players have missed the cut in the same major. A record 44 players finished under par in the first round, bunching the field up as the action unfolds. He has won one tournament on the PGA Tour .

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  • Virat Kohli proud of India's performance in Champions Trophy despite losing final
Virat Kohli proud of India's performance in Champions Trophy despite losing final

The win came as mainly Muslim Pakistan prepares for Eid after the fasting month of Ramadan - though for many fans, the festival had already arrived. Playing his first ODI tournament, the 27-year-old left- hander got a "life" when he was batting on four as Jasprit Bumrah overstepped despite MS Dhoni taking a simple catch behind the stumps.

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  • Nadal in Q/F, Muguruza out
Nadal in Q/F, Muguruza out

Despite 16 double-faults, the Frenchwomen was able to pull the upset after the heavy backing of the home crowd. Muguruza, who beat Serena Williams in the final 12 months ago, walked off following the loss wagging her finger at the fans on Court Suzanne Lenglen .

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  • Top draft pick Lewis marks 1st bold move for Twins' Falvey
Top draft pick Lewis marks 1st bold move for Twins' Falvey

SS Kurt Stillwell (1983) and INF Nick Senzel (2016) selected with the second overall picks, are the only other players to be drafted that high by the Reds. As a fielder, his athleticism makes him a worthy shortstop prospect, though he claims that he would like to play as a center fielder to make the most of his arm strength and accuracy.

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  • Hope all countries play cricket in Pakistan once again, says Sarfraz Ahmed
Hope all countries play cricket in Pakistan once again, says Sarfraz Ahmed

Dhawan was caught out by Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed at the tail end of the 9th over, and Shadab Khan took Yuvraj Singh's wicket in the 13th over in an LBW appeal led by Sarfaraz which was initially ruled not out by the umpire. India continued to lose wickets at the regular intervals. He shared a fluent century opening partnership with...

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  • Pakistan send India packing by 180 runs
Pakistan send India packing by 180 runs

Led by Fakhar Zaman's aggressive 114 off 106 balls, Pakistan scored 338-4 at The Oval in London after India won the toss and surprisingly opted to field first. The last 10 yielded 91 runs for Pakistan as India were left with a daunting task. That flying start and some late hitting by Mohammad Hafeez (57 not out) set the stage for M...

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  • Golden State Warriors Dominate to Become 2017 Champions
Golden State Warriors Dominate to Become 2017 Champions

The Golden State Warriors twirled T-shirts over their heads and waved to the crowd from atop double-decker buses as blue and yellow confetti rained down on them during a parade Thursday to celebrate the team's latest championship. It was a long, hard journey, starting in training camp and going through the grind of a regular season and then into ...

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  • 'Soldier' Fakhar marches on to Champions Trophy hundred
'Soldier' Fakhar marches on to Champions Trophy hundred

India , after a very impressive tournament, just got caught out on the big final day. Pakistan , the bottom-ranked side in the eight-team event, rode on opener Fakhar Zaman's maiden one-day worldwide century to post 338-4 and then bundled out India for a paltry 158 in 30.3 overs.

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  • Warriors' Steve Kerr on Steph Curry:
Warriors' Steve Kerr on Steph Curry: "I'm such an idiot"

The lapse did not go unnoticed as Warriors fans on social media came to the defense of their beloved Curry . "You're not that important to the team anyway", Kerr joked with his star point guard. "What I should've done is gone back up there and grabbed the mic. The whole culture revolves not only his talent, his unselfishness, but his joy". His...

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  • Germaine de Randamie removed as UFC featherweight champion
Germaine de Randamie removed as UFC featherweight champion

In doing so, she arguably becomes the first natural 145-pound female to ever sign with the promotion. Yet the move was expected by the vast majority of the MMA world, and the UFC saw her refusal to fight Cyborg as a decision that obviously made her expendable.

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  • Sarfraz named captain of ICC Team of Champions Trophy
Sarfraz named captain of ICC Team of Champions Trophy

Left-arm fast bowler Amir, whose career was nearly ended on the other side of London's River Thames by a ban and jail term he received for his part in a spot-fixing scam during a 2010 Test against England at Lord's, was superb. And while a hugely powerful India line up still fancied their chances on a decent wicket, their confidence was lef...

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  • Everton sign Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford for £30m
Everton sign Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford for £30m

Stubbs, now working as a pundit after being sacked by Rotherham United in October past year, thinks Barkley will be heading to England's capital this summer and believes Arsenal would be able to offer him more game-time than Tottenham, due to the presence of Dele Alli in Mauricio Pochettino's squad.

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  • Federation Internationale de Football Association chief praises Russia's preparations for 2018 World Cup
Federation Internationale de Football Association chief praises Russia's preparations for 2018 World Cup

They tried to get a second before half-time but the New Zealand defence stood strong but going the other way they offered next to nothing as all they done for most of the half was hit the ball long to Chris Wood , who was very isolated up front and would need more support in the second half.

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  • Pakistan cricket back on track with Champions Trophy win: Afridi
Pakistan cricket back on track with Champions Trophy win: Afridi

Kanpur/Haridwar: Fans of Indian cricket team were clearly not pleased with India's defeat at the Champions Trophy and the locals in Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur and Uttarkhand's Haridwar broke their TV sets and protested after Pakistan's win.

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  • Mayfield accepts guilty plea for 3 misdemeanors
Mayfield accepts guilty plea for 3 misdemeanors

Mayfield was fined $100 on each of three charges - public intoxication, disorderly conduct and fleeing - as well as $160 in court costs, bringing his total owed to $460 stemming from his arrest February 25 in Fayetteville. Oklahoma announced last week that Mayfield will not miss any game time but instead will be required to participate in an alcoho...

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