Tennis officials shaken by lack of support for chair umpire Carlos Ramos

  1. Tennis officials shaken by lack of support for chair umpire Carlos Ramos  ESPN
  2. Serena Williams: Are female tennis players treated unfairly by umpires?  BBC News
  3. The Whitewashing Of Naomi Osaka  HuffPost
  4. Australia is the nicest racist country you will ever see  CNN
  5. Why Serena Williams’s frustration was far too familiar for many black women  Washington Post
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Carlos Queiroz Slams VAR After Cristiano Ronaldo Avoids Red Card for Elbow

  1. Carlos Queiroz Slams VAR After Cristiano Ronaldo Avoids Red Card for Elbow  Bleacher Report
  2. Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal survive Iran scare, but a tougher road awaits  ESPN FC (blog)
  3. Cristiano Ronaldo struggles and VAR takes centre stage but Portugal do enough to advance  ESPN (blog)
  4. Portugal qualify ahead of Iran in VAR drama as Iago Aspas seals top spot for Spain  Metro
  5. Women of FOX Sports hosts Third Annual Leadership Series  FOXSports.com
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Juan Carlos Osorio Claims His Mexico Side 'Played With the Love of Winning' During Germany Victory

  1. Juan Carlos Osorio Claims His Mexico Side ‘Played With the Love of Winning’ During Germany Victory  Sports Illustrated
  2. Hector Herrera quietly drives Mexico while Hirving Lozano grabs the headlines  ESPN (blog)
  3. Germans awake to doom and gloom after Mexico loss  Reuters
  4. Did Mexico’s Revelry in World Cup Win Over Germany Cause an Earthquake?  New York Times
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Secretary DeVos Statement on Senate Confirmation of Carlos G. Muñiz as the Department's General Counsel

WASHINGTON—U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released the following statement after the Senate confirmation of Carlos G. Muñiz as the Education Department’s General Counsel:

“We are pleased to finally have Carlos on the team,” said Secretary DeVos. “After a protracted confirmation process, Carlos can at last get to work on behalf of our nation’s students. He has dedicated his career to upholding the law, and his insight and expertise will be invaluable as we work to advance educational opportunities for all students.”
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