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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The latest edition of “El Trafico” will take place in the MLS playoffs, with the pair of powerhouse Los Angeles teams set to stage their biggest matchup yet.

    Updated: 10:03 pm

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    INZAI CITY, Japan (AP) — Tiger Woods is returning from another surgical procedure on his left knee — his fifth on the same problem spot.

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  • Defense chief: US troops leaving Syria to go to western Iraq

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — While President Donald Trump insists he’s bringing home Americans from “endless wars” in the Mideast, his Pentagon chief says all U.S. troops leaving Syria will go to western Iraq and the American military will continue operations against the Islamic State group.

    Updated: 9:44 pm

  • Wilson snaps tie with 3rd period goal, Caps edge Blackhawks

    CHICAGO (AP) — The Washington Capitals admitted they weren’t at their best. Still good enough to pull out a win to start a five-game road trip.

    Updated: 9:16 pm

  • Detroit-area men who sent millions to Yemen spared prison

    DETROIT (AP) — A group of Detroit-area men opened bank accounts to move millions of dollars to Yemen, their war-torn native country. Their crime: They didn’t register as a money transfer business.

    Updated: 8:25 pm

  • Goal-line woes cost Chargers again in 23-20 loss to Titans

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers thought they scored the go-ahead touchdown not once, but twice inside the final minute against the Tennessee Titans.

  • World champion Huston heads USA Skateboarding National Team

    VISTA, Calif. (AP) — Three-time world champion Nyjah Huston of Laguna Beach tops the 2020 USA Skateboarding National Team heading into the sport’s Olympic debut in Tokyo next summer.

  • US defense chief in Afghanistan to assess the way ahead

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Mark Esper sought a firsthand assessment Sunday of the U.S. military’s future role in America’s longest war as he made his initial visit to Afghanistan as Pentagon chief. Stalled peace talks with the Taliban and unrelenting attacks by the insurgent group and Islamic State militants have complicated the Trump administration’s pledge to withdraw more than 5,000 American troops.

    Updated: 8:12 pm