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Ray McDonald

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Chicago Bears fire Ray McDonald after arrest

The Chicago Bears fired defensive end Ray McDonald on Monday after his arrest on domestic violence and child endangerment charges in Santa Clara, California.

Rafael Nada, 2015 French Open day three

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Nadal solid as he opens title defense

With Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams on the schedule, day three on center court at the French Open didn't lack in star quality.

Tom Brady, New England Patriots

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Woman uses own obituary to defend Tom Brady

A Massachusetts woman used her own obituary to defend New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's reputation in the wake of the "Deflategate" scandal.

Carlo Ancelotti, Real Madrid coach

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Carlo Ancelotti sacked by Real Madrid

If you think you are having a bad week at work, spare a thought for the now former Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti who was sacked on Monday.

Sharapova in Melbourne

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Sharapova booed but wins at French Open

With Paris one of the, to use a tennis expression, Big Four in the fashion world -- joined by Milan, New York and London -- it's no surprise that players spend a considerable amount of time pondering what they wear at the season's second grand slam.

Joseph Sepp Blatter

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Israel cries foul over FIFA suspension talk

FIFA President Sepp Blatter is trying to broker a deal between the Palestinian and Israel football associations ahead of this week's FIFA World Congress at which the Palestinians have called for a vote to suspend Israel.

Blatter met with both associat...

Indy500: Juan Pablo Montoya

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Juan Pablo Montoya wins 99th Indianapolis 500

(CNN) -- Juan Pablo Montoya has won the 99th Indianapolis 500.

Roger Federer

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Federer furious after boy's selfie attempt

From world leaders to celebrities of all degrees of fame, taking a selfie with fans has become an accepted part of life. But tennis great Roger Federer felt an unacceptable line was crossed Sunday when a spectator invaded center court at the French Open.

Nico Rosberg, Monaco Grand Prix 2015

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Mercedes' mistake gives Rosberg victory

Sport can be so cruel -- as Lewis Hamilton discovered at Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, when a mistake by his team gifted Nico Rosberg a place in the Formula One history books.

Hamilton had seemed set to convert his first pole position at elite motorspor...

Jimenez making people forget McIlroy

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Jimenez breaks hole-in-one record at Euro PGA

Miguel Angel Jimenez reminded everyone why he's one of the game's most popular players as he celebrated his third hole-in-one this season with a trademark dance in Saturday's third round in England.

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