David Foster Wallace at the U.S. Open, 20 Years Later | VICE Sports

In 1995, David Foster Wallace strolled the grounds of the National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows for what would become “Democracy and Commerce at the U.S. Open.” Twenty years later, not much has changed.

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Cardiff withdraws exhibition showing Jews, Arabs playing soccer – Diplomacy and Defense

Removal of Israeli-sponsored exhibition, on display ahead of European Championship qualifier between Israel and Wales, sparks accusations of censorship.

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AMA calls for ban on ‘combat sports’ for people under the age of 18

AMA Position Statement on Combat Sport (2015)The AMA today released its new Position Statement on Combat Sport (2015), which supersedes and builds on the AMA Position Statement on Boxing (1997. Reaffirmed 2007).AMA President, Professor Brian Owler, said that the AMA is a long-time opponent of boxing, and has now extended its concerns about the health of participants to include all so-called combat sports.

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