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  1. Fans have flocked to games featuring the U.S. women’s team at the World Cup, to the delight of cities fortunate enough to host them.
  2. The Americans, who have clinched a spot in the round of 16, will end the group stage against the team that knocked them out of the 2016 Olympics.
  3. Fewer than 4.5 percent of the workers at the company’s North American headquarters identify as black. Members of that small group say they feel ignored and sometimes discriminated against.
  4. Nualphan Lamsam is known in Thailand as Madam Pang. The general manager’s emotional response to her team’s first goal in this World Cup is one of the tournament’s memorable moments so far.
  5. Sabathia rediscovered his form and held the Rays to one run. But the Yankees’ power provided more than enough cushion in a dismantling of Tampa Bay.