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Janney and Everett preview 'I, Tonya.'

7-time Emmy winning actress Allison Janney joins Neil Everett at the movies and explains that she hopes fans "have more empathy" for Tonya Harding after watching the new film.

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Nassar Sentenced

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Early warning signs with Larry Nassar?

John Barr talks with two women who were victimized by Dr. Larry Nassar and tried to warn people about his behavior.

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Coates: Tokyo 2020 stadium will be ready.

IOC vice president John Coates expresses confidence that Tokyo 2020 organisers will complete national stadium on time.

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Nigeria targeting Olympic medal in bobsleigh.

Nigerian bobsleighers Akuoma Omeoga, Seun Adigun and Ngozi Onwumere are looking to make their mark at the 2018 Winter Olympics by winning a medal.

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Russia Ban: Reaction & Analysis

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Putin: Russia won't prevent Pyeongchang participation.

Russian president Vladimir Putin won't stop Russian athletes from competing as individuals in next year's Winter Olympics.

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Russia Ban: Reaction & Analysis

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Russian lawmakers: Olympic ban 'shameful.'

Russian lawmakers spoke to the media following the IOC's announcement that Russia wouldn't take part at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

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Schaap: Russia's ban big, but not comprehensive.

Jeremy Schaap joins SC6 to break down the IOC's decision to ban Russia from the 2018 Winter Games over state-sponsored doping.

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Russia cheats their way out of 2018 Olympics.

Olympic specialist Philip Hersh joins OTL to explain how the doping allegations against Russia lead to their ban from the 2018 Winter Olympics.

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Two-time national figure skating champion Gracie Gold announced Friday that she is withdrawing from the January 2018 U.S. Championships due to ongoing treatment for depression, anxiety and an eating disorder. In a statement emailed to members of the media, Gold said the decision "breaks my heart," but added, "I have not had adequate training time in order to perform at the level at which I want to. It pains me to not compete in this Olympic season, but I know it's for the best... I want to thank everyone for the ongoing love and support. It means the world to me." The U.S. championships are a key event for Olympic team selection.

Bonnie D. Ford, ESPN Senior Writer

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