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NEW YORK (Reuters) - With less than 90 days until Election Day, Republicans are scrambling to counter the effects of Donald Trump's verbal war on mail ballots amid growing evidence that it has helped Democrats heading into the crucial Nov. 3 contest.
(Reuters) - Women's Super League (WSL) champions Chelsea will begin their title defence with a trip to Manchester United on the weekend of Sept. 5-6, as the league released its fixture list for the first two weeks of the new season on Friday.
(Reuters) - Britain's Ben Ainslie has described Team New Zealand (TNZ) as the "All Blacks of the sailing world" in a nod to their dominant rugby team, as he highlighted the challenge of dethroning the America's Cup holders next year.
(Reuters) - Crowd noise can often be a distraction for golfers but world number two Jon Rahm says the absence of spectators during PGA Tour events has made it tough to focus.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Jason Day has battled a chronically bad back for years but on Thursday the former world number one looked like a younger and healthier version of himself as he grabbed the first-round clubhouse lead at the PGA Championship.
Uber driver Johan Nijman faces a difficult decision as federal unemployment aid expires: risk failing to pay for groceries and even lose his home, or resume driving and potentially catch COVID-19.
(Reuters) - Top seed Petra Martic was forced to recover from a set down to beat Russian qualifier Liudmila Samsonova 5-7 6-4 6-2 to book her spot in the quarter-finals of the Palermo Ladies Open on Thursday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - DS Techeetah's Formula E leader Antonio Felix da Costa celebrated his third win in a row to open up a 68-point gap in the all-electric series at Berlin's former Tempelhof airport on Thursday.
FRANKFURT: Siemens AG’s operating profit rose in the third quarter as Europe’s largest engineering company dealt with the coronavirus crisis better than expected.