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AP Interview: Coe Downplays Russian Flag Issue for Olympics
IAAF President Sebastian Coe on Thursday downplayed the split with international Olympic leaders over his sport's decision to bar Russian track and athletes from competing under their own flag.
Senator Presses Agency for Answers on Russian Doping Scandal
The chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee wants the World Anti-Doping Agency to explain why it delayed investigating allegations of systematic cheating by the Russian Olympic team
In or Out? A Look at the Upcoming IAAF Ruling on Russians
The credibility of the fight against doping in sports will be at stake on Friday when track and field's world governing body decides whether to uphold or lift its ban on Russian athletes ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics
Russia to Learn If Its Track Team Can Go to Rio Games
Russia will learn on Friday if its track and field athletes will be allowed to compete at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, as more damning evidence of doping irregularities pour in
Spain Court Orders Operation Puerto Blood Bags Released
Spanish court rules that more than 200 blood bags in the decade-old Operation Puerto case should be handed over to sports authorities for investigation
Spartans Vs. Crimson Tide
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9 Air Force Commanders Fired for Cheating Scandal
The Air Force cheating scandal at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana has resulted in the firing of nine commanders and the disciplining of 79 nuclear launch officers. The disciplinary action is the latest in a string of negative incidents that have occurred over the...
Air Force Nuke Officer Cheating Scandal Expands
The cheating scandal at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana has gotten bigger. Half of the base’s 183 nuclear missile launch officers have been suspended from their duties because of their role in cheating on a proficiency test. This means that almost one in five...
Credit unions growing commercial lending business
Muhammad Abdullah needed a line of credit to fill large orders from customers of his safety and medical-supplies business, but he couldn't get help from a bank. So he turned to a credit union. He got the line of credit, and now he's taking orders he wouldn't be able to otherwise. "It's not the
USOC backs off disputed Olympic TV network plans
The U.S. Olympic Committee had everything to lose and nothing to air. That made the decision to postpone plans for its own television network, in deference to the International Olympic Committee's wishes, an easy one. "There is no question that we underestimated the intensity of the reaction that