The report is full of such details, painting a picture of a sporting culture unable or unwilling to accept that athletes can compete clean, and sports officials completely shameless in their lip service to worldwide anti-doping rules. With the Rio Games so near, the executive board of the International Olympic Committee will determine any sanctions of the game during a conference call meeting on Tuesday.
Jeers and calls for France's political leaders to resign overshadowed a minute's silence in the southern coastal city of Nice on Monday as Prime Minister Manuel Valls and others paid tribute to the victims of the Bastille Day truck attack. The image of a religious extremist is at odds with the portrait that neighbors and family members initially painted of a man who ignored even the most basic rules of Islam, eating pork, drinking alcohol and shunning the mosque.
Trump was referring to a 2014 scandal in which as many as 40 veterans died while waiting for care at a Phoenix VA hospital. One supporter of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, has already asked Cleveland march participants to be mindful of the message that openly carrying might convey.
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On Sunday, Gavin Eugene Long, who had served in the Marines, ambushed Baton Rouge officers, killing three and injuring three others. The thriller, announced back in February, centers around a veteran who comes out of retirement to help prevent the assassination of the president but ends up wrongly accused of a crime.