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USWNT get $529K gift from Secret deodorant

In her acceptance speech for Best Female Athlete, Alex Morgan sends a message about teamwork and rallies for the rights of female athletes.
The United States Women's National Soccer Team accepts the award for Best Team at the ESPYS.
Members of the United States women's soccer team celebrated winning the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup with a parade through the streets of New York City

NEW YORK -- Procter & Gamble, a sponsor of the U.S. women's national team, is now supporting its members' fight for equal pay.

The company, which supports U.S. Soccer through its Secret deodorant brand, says it will donate $529,000 -- $23,000 for each of the 23 players on the U.S. team that won the World Cup earlier this month -- to help close the pay gap. The sponsor took out a full-page ad in The New York Times on Sunday urging the U.S. Soccer Federation to "be on the right side of history."


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LOS ANGELES -- The celebration was cut short for a member of the World Cup champion U.S. women's soccer team when she discovered someone had burglarized her hotel room in Los Angeles.

Allie Long tweeted on Thursday that it happened after the team was honored at The ESPYS on Wednesday night.

Long wrote that "someone stole my wedding ring, cash and the key to my favorite city." She's referring to the symbolic key that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio gave the players after the ticker-tape parade...