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Beyonce sings Spanish in hurricane relief remix

– Beyonce has returned to music to raise money for hurricane relief, delivering verses in Spanish in a remix of Colombian reggaeton star J Balvin’s hit “Mi Gente.” The collaboration marks the first new music by the pop superstar since she gave birth in June to twins — whom she …

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Tennis: Barty crushes Ostapenko, sails into Wuhan final

– Australia s Ashleigh Barty crushed French Open winner Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia 6-3, 6-0 on Friday, cruising into the final at the Wuhan Open. Barty, who began the year ranked outside the top 300, will face Caroline Garcia in her first ever Premier 5 tournament final after the French …

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Formula One: Flying Vettel puts pressure on Hamilton

– Sebastian Vettel smashed the all-time Sepang lap record Friday as Ferrari put the pressure on Lewis Hamilton before a track fault brought an early halt to Malaysian Grand Prix practice on Friday. Vettel clocked 1min 31.261sec around the 5.543-kilometre circuit on his qualifying simulation run in the second session …

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Golf: Out-of-sorts McIlroy makes British Masters cut

Rory McIlroy s indifferent season continued as he trailed leader Tyrell Hatton by eight shots at the halfway stage of the British Masters at Close House in Newcastle on Friday. McIlroy managed three birdies but also dropped shots on two of his first five holes, in a no-frills one-under par …

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Golf: Fourball romp puts US in control of Presidents Cup

A record equalling win for Phil Mickelson helped the United States seize an unprecedented second-day lead against an over-matched International team at the Presidents Cup on Friday. With an 8-2 lead over captain Nick Price s Internationals, the Americans are more than halfway to the 15.5 points they need to …

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US Republican tax plan to favor rich, cost $2.4 trillion: study

Plans unveiled this week for broad-based US tax cuts would mostly benefit the very rich while lowering government revenues by $2.4 trillion over a decade, according to an analysis released Friday. Furthermore, while most income groups would see lower taxes on average in 2018, in a decade some middle-class taxpayers …

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