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Ryan Lochte Picks Up a New Endorsement — and It Kind of Makes Sense

Embattled swimmer Ryan Lochte, whose antics during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro created headaches for his sponsors and for the U.S. Olympic Committee, has picked up a new endorsement deal — for a headache remedy. The New York Post’s...
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