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The Turning Point, a Marlton, New Jersey, brunch spot, is an homage to its state. On one wall, a canvas print trumpets Garden State cities -- Marlton! Hoboken! Manalapan! -- in block letters. On another, black-and-white photographs showcase local landmarks in sharp relief. And squirreled away in a
Road to gold will be harder than you think for USWNT
No women's soccer team has yet won Olympic gold the year after winning the World Cup. After Thursday's Olympic draw in Rio de Janeiro , the United States knows how it will begin the path to change that history. Here's a look at what we learned: 1. The United States got the draw it didn't want Group
Abby Wambach Says She Is 'Embarrassed and Ashamed' By DUI Arrest
Retired soccer star Abby Wambach said today she has "been embarrassed and ashamed" by her arrest for driving under the influence . Speaking at an event at Georgetown University Saturday, Wambach addressed the incident, calling it "a mistake." "Everybody makes mistakes," she told CBS’s Norah
Wambach on DUI Arrest: 'The Truth Will Come Out'
Soccer superstar Abby Wambach said at some point soon the truth will come out regarding her DUI arrest over weekend.
Wambach on DUI Arrest: 'The Truth Will Come Out"
Soccer superstar Abby Wambach said at some point soon the truth will come out regarding her DUI arrest over weekend. Her first public remarks came Tuesday evening during an event at the University of Kentucky, where she spoke to the students about her life on and off the field. "I know you guys
Abby Wambach pleads not guilty to DUI charge
Retired United States women's national team star Abby Wambach pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a DUI charge stemming from her arrest early Sunday morning in Portland, Oregon . The plea was entered on Wambach's behalf by her lawyer, Ben Eder. Wambach was not required to be in attendance. She has a
Former Soccer Star Abby Wambach Pleads Not Guilty to DUI Charge
Retired soccer star Abby Wambach pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a DUI charge she received over the weekend. Wambach's lawyer, Ben Eder, entered the plea on her behalf in a Portland, Oregon, courtroom and confirmed the judge's order allowing Wambach to travel out of the state for work. He did not
U.S. women's team files wage-discrimination action vs. U.S. Soccer
Five members of the U.S. women's national soccer team -- including stars Hope Solo , Carli Lloyd and Alex Morgan -- have filed a wage-discrimination action against the U.S. Soccer Federation with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The filing, citing figures from the USSF's 2015 financial
Abby Wambach Faces Fallout From DUI Arrest
The retired soccer star issued an apology on Facebook after being pulled over in Portland, Oregon.
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