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  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    TRUMP CRITICIZED THE U.S. FOR YEARS. NOW HE WANTS PEOPLE WHO DO THAT TO LEAVE

    For years, President Trump railed against America's shortfalls, stupidity and “carnage.” Now, he wants people who do the same to leave.

    U.S.
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    REP. SCHIFF WELL-VERSED IN THE POLITICAL RAMIFICATIONS OF IMPEACHING A PRESIDENT

    In 2000, the Democrat ousted a California Republican congressman who voted to impeach President Bill Clinton and who served as a House...

    Republicans, Democrats
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    WHY DIDN'T MORE CONGRESSIONAL REPUBLICANS CONDEMN TRUMP'S RACIST TWEETS ABOUT THE ‘SQUAD'? THIS GRAPH EXPLAINS

    Look at the kind of districts each represents, and their responses make more sense.

    Republicans
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    LEE WESTWOOD'S STUNNING SPOT ON BRITISH OPEN LEADER BOARD AS CONFOUNDING AS THE GAME ITSELF

    Of all the possible stories come Sunday, the 46-year-old former world No. 1 winning his first major would be the doozy.

    World
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    FORMER ALL-STAR MATT HARVEY DESIGNATED FOR ASSIGNMENT BY ANGELS

    Dark times have fallen on Harvey since a 2013 all-star season and a World Series appearance two years later.

    World
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    BOXER MAXIM DADASHEV COLLAPSES AFTER LOSS, TAKEN TO U-MD. HOSPITAL

    Scene eerily reminiscent of Prichard Colon bout from 2015. Russian native could require surgery.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    TV AND RADIO LISTINGS: JULY 20

    Your daily guide to the world of sports on television and radio.

    World, Sport
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    RICHIE MARTIN SHOWS OFF HIS SPEED AS BALTIMORE RUINS DAVID PRICE'S NIGHT

    The Orioles beat the Red Sox, 11-2, and Price's unblemished regular season record at Camden Yards came to an end.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    NATS MAKE IT INTERESTING IN THE NINTH BEFORE GETTING WALKED OFF BY BRAVES

    Josh Donaldson gives Atlanta a 4-3 win as Fernando Rodney, in his second inning of work, falters.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    COMICAL EXCHANGE AMONG JOSH NORMAN, CAM NEWTON AND LUKE KUECHLY FEATURED IN NEW SEASON OF ‘ALL OR NOTHING'

    In the days leading up to last year's Redskins-Panthers game, Kuechly gave Norman faulty injury information on Panthers tight end Greg...

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    SOME DAY, A TURTLE MAY END UP WITH A TRUMP-BRANDED STRAW IN ITS NOSE. HERE'S WHY

    $15 for 10 straws, and you get to "own the Libs" - at a slightly inflated rate.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 20, 2019

    POLICE INVESTIGATING DEATH THREATS AGAINST THUNDER GM SAM PRESTI AFTER PAUL GEORGE TRADE

    Per court documents, a man claiming to be from Virginia left two voicemails threatening Presti, his family, the team's front office...

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    NO ONE EVER MISSED A CUT QUITE LIKE RORY MCILROY DID AT THE BRITISH OPEN

    McIlroy was doomed to an early exit by a disastrous opening round. His second-round 65 before a loving gallery was “one of the most...

    Golf
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    WIZARDS REMOVE INTERIM TAG FROM TOMMY SHEPPARD, NAME HIM GM

    Sheppard will continue on as the leader of the Wizards' basketball operations, a role he has held since April 2 firing of Ernie Grunfeld.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    BERNIE SANDERS DEFENDS CAMPAIGN SALARIES AFTER POST REPORT OF LABOR DISPUTE WITH UNIONIZED ORGANIZERS

    The senator's campaign was the first to unionize some of its staff, who have complained that they make less per hour than the $15 minimum...

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    FORMER GIANTS OFFENSIVE LINEMAN MITCH PETRUS DIES OF HEATSTROKE AT 32

    A member of the Super Bowl XLVI champion, Petrus was reportedly working outside all day Thursday at his family's Arkansas shop before...

    Super Bowl, Bowling
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    SIMONE BILES CONTINUES TO PUSH BOUNDARIES OF GYMNASTICS WITH UNPRECEDENTED ARRAY OF TUMBLING PASSES

    Biles is already the best gymnast in the world, but she keeps widening the gap between herself and her peers.

    World, Gymnastics
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    NATIONALS LAUNCH ‘KIDS EAT FREE' PROGRAM AT HOME GAMES THROUGH LABOR DAY

    Kids 12 and under can receive a free hot dog, potato chips or apple sauce and drink, in a program the Nationals say is unique in Major...

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    AFTER DAN LE BATARD RIPPED TRUMP, ESPN AGAIN FACES A POLITICAL MESS

    For ESPN, the pitfalls of the moment are familiar to any corporation that has had to navigate the Trump era.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 19, 2019

    MAX SCHERZER, STILL DEALING WITH INFLAMMATION, TO MISS A SECOND START

    The Nationals' ace, initially diagnosed with a back strain, is dealing with inflammation under the shoulder blade.