Juliet Macur

New York Times

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Sports reporter for the New York Times

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After a wait of 16 years since winning the World Cup in women's soccer, the  US finally did it again yesterday  — with a vengeance.

Why USA's World Cup Victory Is Important and What's Next

After a wait of 16 years since winning the World Cup in women's soccer, the US finally did it again yesterday — with a vengeance.

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An elevator surveillance tape has now gone viral, and Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been “suspended indefinitely” from professional football.

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An elevator surveillance tape has now gone viral, and Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been “suspended indefinitely” from professional football.

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