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As a Wrestler Faces Execution in Iran, World Sports Groups Galvanize

An Iranian wrestler accused of murder after taking part in anti-government protests two years ago may be executed soon, international sports groups fear as they intensify a last-ditch campaign for clemency. “We really are at one minute to midnight,” Brendan Schwab, executive director of the World Players Association, which represents 85,000 professional athletes, said Tuesday.…

Tesla’s stock has plunged 34% in one week

Our mission to help you navigate the new normal is fueled by subscribers. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today. Tesla’s shares have plummeted more than 34% in the past week, marking a huge reversal in for what has been one this year’s hottest stocks. Telsa’s shares tumbled to $330.21 at the market’s close…

Hope Solo snubbed in National Soccer Hall of Fame voting

United States Women’s National Team legendary goalkeeper Hope Solo was snubbed by National Soccer Hall of Fame voters in her first year of eligibility. As noted by Reuters and other outlets, former U.S. Men’s National Team captain Carlos Bocanegra was voted the lone member of the 2020 class. Bocanegra, who serves as technical director for…

“I just gotta be better”

That the Denver Nuggets even led in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s Game 3 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers was a testament to how unstoppable Nikola Jokic. But the Nuggets badly needed more from his supporting cast. That began with Jamal Murray, and he knew it. “It wasn’t really anything they did,” said…

GOP, Jason Lewis Eye Upset in Minnesota Senate Race

Jason Lewis, the GOP senate candidate in Minnesota, said Saturday he believed the state may flip red in 2020 in favor of President Donald Trump due the state’s mishandling of the coronavirus and the riots that continue in Democrat-run cities. Lewis made the comments on Fox & Friends Weekend, arguing the North Star state is…