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Barbora Krejcikova beats Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova to win French Open

Over the past two weeks in Paris, Barbora Krejcikova has competed in just the fifth grand slam singles main draw of her career, her third as a direct entrant. She

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Namaste and a nice cup of tea without milk

I had my first letter to the Guardian published on 24 March 2016 and I have had a total of eight printed, most recently on 16 October 2020. As Guardian

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Boeing lifts price tag for Air Force One contract

Boeing received a $3.9-billion contract in July 2018 to build two 747-8 aircraft for use as Air Force One, set for delivery by December 2024. Boeing said it wanted extra

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Two Far Cry animated shows are coming to Netflix

Ubisoft and Netflix on Friday shared a first look at a new series based on Far Cry and announced that another is set to debut on the streaming service. One

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Instead of Skipping Graduation to Work at Waffle House, His Boss and Co-Workers Cooked up Miracles to Get Him There

As we all know, the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry—and sometimes those of high school seniors do as well. Timothy Harrison of Center Point, Alabama planned

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Ealing dispute RFU ruling on failure to meet Premiership stadium criteria

Ealing Trailfinders are disputing the Rugby Football Union’s ruling that they cannot be promoted to the Premiership if they beat Saracens in the Championship final, insisting they have an agreement

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I’ve been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Do I tell my manager? My children? My partner?

I have recently been diagnosed as having high-functioning ASD, what used to be called Asperger’s. It is helpful, as I approach 60, to understand why relationships, social situations and oral

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Big countries’ tax deal to reveal rift in Europe

A global deal on corporate tax looks set to bring to a climax a deep-seated European Union battle, pitting large members Germany, France and Italy against Ireland, Luxembourg and the

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Razer’s $100 Opus X headphones bring noise cancellation and a low-latency gaming mode

Razer announced the Opus X, a new set of over-ear wireless headphones that offer active noise cancellation for just $100. Based on the small amount of differences and seemingly no

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Dad Breaks World Record by Completing 1.5 Million Pushups for Charity

A Wisconsin man has gone to extreme, near-impossible lengths to inspire his kids—while raising money for an important cause. As of Sunday, Winneconne’s Nate Carroll completed his 1,500,231st push-up within

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