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Current and former employees have been excoriating the federation’s top executives online in an effort to alert leaders to what they called a ‘toxic’ culture.
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The first woman from her party to be elected to the House from her state, Ms. Meyers was a moderate who backed abortion rights and gun control.
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The review, which will take 10 months, will be part of a broader audit of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
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FIFA recognizes a France-Netherlands encounter in 1971 as the first women’s international match. It was no such thing, but that doesn’t diminish the women who took part.
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New York City’s subway walls are plastered with massive cactuses. Where are all the papayas?
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Alyssa Naeher faced her first big test at the World Cup against Spain, and got one thing very wrong. But she survived, and the U.S. advanced.
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Allison McCann is one of several journalists covering the tournament.
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Nicos Metaxas pleaded guilty to 12 charges relating to the premeditated murder of the women, who came to Cyprus from the Philippines, Romania and Nepal.
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Goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl preserved a one-goal lead for Sweden by blocking a penalty kick in the second half.
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She was Betsy to her mother, who expected her to marry. Liz to fellow high school debaters, whom she regularly beat. Now, the lessons of an Oklahoma childhood are center stage in the presidential race.
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