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Britain’s Andy Murray reacts during a press conference at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Friday. A tearful Murray says the Australian Open could be his last tournament because of a hip injury that has hampered him for almost two years. (The Associated Press)...

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By HOWARD FENDRICH AP Tennis Writer When Serena Williams was at her best, there was never much doubt that she’d be the favorite at pretty much any tournament she entered. While she was off the tour becoming a mom, women’s tennis was as wide open as ever. Could the Australian Open, where play...

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Chez Reavie had one of the more spectacular rounds you'll ever see today at the Sony Open. 

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Whole Foods discontinuing value-focused 365 store concept

Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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Whole Foods discontinuing value-focused 365 store concept

Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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Sony Open in Hawaii: Matt Kuchar moves into lead after back-to-back 7-under 63s

Matt Kuchar will enter the weekend as the 36-hole leader after shooting 7-under 63 for the second consecutive day.

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Matt Kuchar takes 1-shot lead at Sony Open

Kuchar enjoying all Hawaii offers with another 63 for 1-shot lead in Sony Open         

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Australian Open 2019: Naomi Osaka not thinking too far ahead

U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka is trying not to look too far ahead at the year's first grand slam.

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Macedonia Votes to Change Its Name, Taking Step to End Dispute With Greece

Macedonia’s Parliament voted to officially change the country’s name to the Republic of North Macedonia. Its door to NATO and the European Union could open — if Greece recognizes the change.

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Whole Foods Market is going to discontinue its smaller, value-based 365-brand concept stores, according to an internal memo from CEO John Mackey obtained Friday.In the memo, Mackey said the grocery chain will continue to operate its 12 existing 365-brand stores but will not open any new stores, and...

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The Aussie Open draw has ensured that defending champ Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic can't play each other until the final. On the women's side, Serena Williams has drawn into the same section as No. 1-ranked Simona Halep.

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DJ LeMahieu Is the Clearest Sign Yet That the Yankees Won't Pay for Manny Machado

If the Yankees aren't willing to open their checkbooks to plug their holes with the best infielder on the market, who will be?

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R. Kelly Ordered to Let Officials Inspect Chicago Music Studio

R. Kelly tried to keep officials out of his controversial music studio, but now a judge has ordered the singer to open his doors and cooperate with an inspection. A Cook County judge granted the city’s request on Friday, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The inspection has been ordered to take...

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New Denver superintendent vows to keep schools open if teachers strike for first time since 1994

If Denver Public Schools leaders and the teachers union, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association, don't settle on a new contract by Jan. 18, DPS teachers could strike for the first time since 1994.

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What Style of Play Offers the Best NBA Fit for Zion Williamson?

Zion Williamson is the name mentioned in every NBA draft conversation. Now that we've entered 2019 and his entry into the league is imminent, the Open Floor podcast considers his best fit. 

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