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Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko speaks to the media in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, July, 21, 2016. Mutko says the country's athletes who are banned from competing in next month's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro could go to a civil court to try and overturn the ban.

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Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko speaks to the media in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, July, 21, 2016. Mutko says the country's athletes who are banned from competing in next month's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro could go to a civil court to try and overturn the ban.

IOC decides not to ban entire Russian team from Olympics

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Olympic leaders stopped short Sunday of imposing a complete ban on Russia from the Rio de Janeiro Games, leaving individual global sports federations to decide which athletes should be cleared to compete. The decision, announced after a three-hour meeting of the International...

Sanders, DNC rift palpable in emails

WASHINGTON — A cache of more than 19,000 emails from Democratic Party officials, leaked in advance of the party’s convention this week in Philadelphia, details acrimony between the Democratic National Committee and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders during his run for the presidential nomination. He has since endorsed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Bombing kills 81 attending Kabul protest

KABUL, Afghanistan -- A suicide bomber in Kabul detonated his explosives in a large crowd of demonstrators Saturday, killing 81 people and wounding 231, officials and witnesses said.

VIDEO: HBO host John Oliver condemns Arkansas representative for 2013 bill

When John Oliver spent 20 minutes Sunday lambasting debt-buying companies on his show, "Last Week Tonight," an Arkansas lawmaker found himself briefly in the crosshairs.

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