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The Rodchenkov Act, named after the whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov who helped expose Russia's state-sponsored doping, empowers prosecutors to seek fines of up to $1 million and jail terms of up to 10 years, as well restitution to victims. It was now up to the justice department to develop a robust program, cooperating with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and international law enforcement, to bring the guilty to justice and create zero tolerance for doping in sports, he added.
South Korea's capital on Saturday began enforcing stricter distancing rules as the country added nearly 600 new coronavirus cases for the second straight day. The restrictions require large stores, gyms, movie theaters, barbershops and amusement parks to shut down after 9 p.m., and restaurants to provide only deliveries and takeouts after that time. The 583 cases reported by the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency brought the national caseload to 36,915, including 540 deaths.
A three-month-old mini pig was captured on video hopping around and enjoying his first big snowfall at his home in Ontario, Canada on November 22. Saliena Lewis recorded this video and told Storyful this is Igor’s first winter.Lewis said Igor, who is a Juliana pig, will likely grow to be around 40lbs (18kg). He loves to snack and his favorite foods are spinach, pumpkin, and peanut butter.“His favorite thing to do is snuggle with us on the couch or grub around in the dirt! He also likes going on walks,” said Lewis. Credit: Saliena Lewis via Storyful
Naples [Italy], December 5 (ANI): Italian side Napoli's San Paolo stadium has been renamed after Diego Maradona in memory of the late Argentina legend who led them to their only two Serie A titles during his seven-year run with Napoli from 1984 to 1991.
An anti-doping bill named for Grigory Rodchenkov, the whistleblower who unveiled a state-run Russian doping program, was signed into US law on Friday by President Donald Trump.
The West Indies folded for 138 in their first innings and were forced to follow on against New Zealand after a Tim Southee masterclass in swing bowling in Hamilton on Saturday.
Dialogue over freedom of expression between Cuba's government and artists who organized a rare protest last week hit an impasse Friday as communist authorities accused some of them of being financed by the United States.
SUN Life Philippines is launching a set of insurance and mutual fund “combo packs” in a bid to make the process of choosing the right insurance products and mutual fund investment simpler and easier
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Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti once again sounded the alarm about the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic across the city in a Friday afternoon address. "So often in this crisis it can be so confusing," said Garcetti after widespread confusion over his Wednesday night safer-at-home order. "We have never banned walking," he clarified. "Just be […]
Ravindra Jadeja was Saturday ruled of the final two games of India's Twenty20 series against Australia with concussion after controversy marred the opening clash in Canberra.
The long-anticipated axe has fallen on another star of Bravo's "Vanderpump Rules." Jax Taylor — one of the show's original cast members and its controversial breakout star — has been fired. His wife, Brittany Cartwright, also will not return. In a post on Instagram on Friday, Taylor announced the news, thanking Bravo and the show's […]
A bill that will criminalize international doping conspiracies became law Friday with President Donald Trump's signature, closing out a two-year legislative process during which the only true opposition to the bill came from outside the United States. It passed despite lobbying efforts from the World Anti-Doping Agency, which said it will “disrupt the global legal anti-doping framework.” The bill is designed to allow U.S. prosecutors to go after doping schemes at international events in which Americans are involved as athletes, sponsors or broadcasters.
In a rebuke to President Donald Trump's administration, a judge on Friday ordered the U.S. government to reopen to first-time applicants a program that protects from deportation and grants work permits to hundreds of thousands of immigrants who live in the United States unlawfully after arriving as children. The action by U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn centered on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program created by Trump's Democratic predecessor Barack Obama in 2012. The Supreme Court in June blocked Trump's 2017 bid to end DACA.
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The world governing body for basketball, FIBA, has unveiled the logo for the 2023 FIBA World Cup, which would be hosted by the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia.FIBA explained the symbolism behind its logo,
US teen rookie Yealimi Noh fired a five-under par 66 to grab a share of the lead with Jessica Korda and Anna Nordqvist after Friday's second round of the LPGA Volunteers of America Championship.
The TNT Tropang Giga showed that they were far from being done as they routed the Barangay Ginebra Kings, 88-67, in Game 3 of the Philippine Basketball Association(PBA) Philippine Cup finals on Friday
Donald Trump's niece says her uncle is "criminal, cruel and traitorous" and belongs in prison after he leaves the White House. Mary Trump, a psychologist, author and outspoken critic of her estranged relative, rejects the notion that putting a former president on trial would deepen the nation's political divisions. "It's quite frankly insulting to be told time after time that the American people can handle it and that we just need to move on," Mary Trump told The Associated Press in an interview this week. "If anybody deserves to be prosecuted and tried, it's Donald," she added. "(Otherwise) we just leave ourselves open to somebody who, believe it or not, is even worse than he is." Asked about her comments, a spokesperson for Mr Trump's presidential campaign emailed a one-sentence response: "Did she mention she has a book to sell?" Mary Trump, the daughter of the president's elder brother, Fred Jnr, announced this week she is writing a follow-up to this summer's scathing bestseller about her uncle, Too Much and Never Enough, How My Family Created The World's Most Dangerous Man. Her new book, "The Reckoning", from publisher St Martin's Press, won't be out until next July. It will trace what she says is America's collective trauma from its founding on the backs of enslaved Africans to the burgeoning economic and mental health impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. America is "looking down the barrel of an explosion of psychological disorders" from the "trauma of living in a country in which the pandemic didn't just strike, but it was completely mishandled", Ms Trump told AP.
Warner Bros. and DC Films have tapped writer Cat Vasko to script "Plastic Man" as a female-led action-adventure. DC-based film production president Walter Hamada and exec Chantal Nong are overseeing for the studio as it shifts the focus of the two-year-old project. The studio unveiled the initial "Plastic Man" pic in 2018, based on DC […]