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But even accounting for those factors, men appear to be fined proportionally more often than women for a variety of offenses. That does not apply to coaching, for which women have received 152 fines over the 20-year span, compared with 87 for men. The first of Williams’s three code violations during the Open final was for illegal coaching, and her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, later acknowledged that he used hand signals, though he was not certain that Williams had seen them. In-match coaching is banned at all Grand Slam tournaments during main-draw singles and doubles matches. It is unclear why women are penalized more often for violating the rule. They are accustomed to receiving in-match coaching during regular tour events, where coaches are allowed to come on court once per set with certain exceptions. This type of coaching has been allowed during WTA matches since the 2009 season, but coaching from the stands remains illegal. There was an appreciable increase in the number of fines for female players since coaching became legal on the WTA Tour. (It should be noted that all but a handful of coaches in women’s tennis are men.) Women received 65 fines for coaching from 1998 through 2008 at Grand Slam tournaments. In the nine-year period since 2009, they received 87 fines for coaching. But in both periods, the women’s figures remained significantly higher than the men’s.
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is suing the Federal Communications Commission for records the newspaper alleges may reveal possible Russian government interference in a public comment period before the commission rolled back Obama-era net neutrality rules. The plaintiffs, including Times reporter Nicholas Confessore and investigations editor Gabriel Dance, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Sept. 20 under the Freedom of Information Act, seeking to compel the commission to hand over data. “The request at issue in this litigation involves records that will shed light on the extent to which Russian nationals and agents of the Russian government have interfered with the agency notice-and-comment process about a topic of extensive public interest: the government’s decision to abandon ‘net neutrality,’” the plaintiffs alleged. The FCC has “thrown up a series of roadblocks” to prevent the Times from obtaining records, which were first requested by Confessore and Dance in June 2017, the plaintiffs said. About half a million comments on the FCC’s proposal were submitted from Russian email accounts, including some sent by automation, the Times alleged, citing data from a Washington Post op-ed by Democratic FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel. The plaintiffs also pointed to a report from cyber-intelligence company GroupSense that links the email addresses cited in special counsel Robert Mueller’s “indictment of thirteen Russian individuals and three Russian companies” to the emails used to submit comments on the FCC’s proposal. The plaintiffs are seeking data, including IP addresses, time stamps and the FCC’s internal web server logs, linked to public comments submitted to the agency.
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Bossie are planning to publish a book three weeks after the midterms. The timing has provoked anxiety among some Trump aides, who worry it will be explicit in assigning blame to the White House political operation and other advisers if Republicans lose badly. Four advisers to the president said they saw the book and its title — “Trump’s Enemies: How the Deep State Is Undermining the Presidency” — hanging over them as the midterms approach. Officials close to Ronna McDaniel, the party chairwoman, say that some of those close to Mr. Trump have begun to agitate for a change in leadership if there are significant midterm losses. “Our book is not a problem for anybody who’s not an enemy of the president,” Mr. Lewandowski said. In a recent interview with the radio host John Fredericks, Mr. Lewandowski made clear that he believes the president has been ill-served by those who were characters in “Fear,” Bob Woodward’s book about dysfunction in the Trump White House. “He’s fighting his own staff,” Mr. Lewandowski said, adding that he hoped for a “wholesale fundamental change” inside the White House.
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