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I sacrificed so much to get to the Olympics – and I wouldn’t change a thing

Becoming an Olympian takes talent, determination, grit and a serious amount of strength – both in body and in mind. And former GB athlete Michelle Robinson has had plenty of

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Players unlikely to return to facilities until training camp

Despite some talk that NFL teams could have minicamps in June, that appears to be too optimistic a scenario for all 32 team facilities reopening. Instead, people within the league

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A new optical system shows how decisions light up the brain

When we make even simple decisions about how to interact with the world, we rely on computations performed by networks of neurons that span our brains. But what exactly are

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Rental fleet collapse drags down U.S. vehicle sales

The collapse in demand for new vehicles from U.S. rental car fleets hit automakers hard in May, even as consumer sales were stronger than expected as coronavirus stay-at-home orders began

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Microsoft is notifying users if their PC can’t install the Windows 10 May update

Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 10 May 2020 update, which brings several changes and features to the OS. One new element of the upgrade is a system in

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Five years after Freddie Gray unrest, Baltimore sets an example for peaceful protests

As cities across America burned in recent days, there was a notable omission from those facing curfews, mass arrests, arson and police brutality: Baltimore. The Maryland city is no stranger

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Joel Bitonio thinks Baker Mayfield’s a great fit in new Browns offense

Browns left guard Joel Bitonio has been in Cleveland since 2014, so he’s spent time in a variety of different offenses during his time in the NFL. The first of

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Trump, the politics of fear and racism: How our brains can be manipulated to tribalism

Tribalism has become a signature of America within and without since the election of President Trump. The nation has parted ways with international allies, left the rest of the world

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Wall Street closes up on signs of economic rebound

A late-session rally pushed Wall Street to solid gains on Tuesday as market participants looked past widespread social unrest and pandemic worries to focus instead on easing lockdown restrictions and

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Take-Two CEO: Google overpromised with Stadia

Remember the run-up to Stadia’s launch, when Google claimed it would change the gaming industry with its 4K 60fps performance? The service hasn’t exactly set the world on fire, and

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