It’s time to play Cast the Clintons! US broadcaster NBC says it will soon air Hillary, a major miniseries starring Diane Lane as the first lady-turned-secretary of state. Not to be confused with Rodham, the still-in-development movie about Hillary in her 20s, with a bevy of young stars in play for the lead role.
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Jorge Lorenzo kept the MotoGP title race alive with victory at the Indianapolis Grand Prix on Sunday as world champion Valentino Rossi crashed out. Rossi saw his lead halved to 25 points with five races remaining as the Italian failed to finish for the first time since 2007. He went down on lap nine of 28 when battling for the lead with Yamaha teammate Lorenzo, and was able to remount — but then had to retire two laps later due to his damaged motorcycle
Padraig Harrington has retained his lead at the halfway stage of the Bridgestone International after carding a second successive sub-par round for the first time in four months in Akron, Ohio. The Irishman, returning to form ahead of the defense of his PGA Championship title, leads by one shot at the World Golf Championships event following a one-under-par 69 in the second round on Friday. Harrington, who will be paired with world No
The death of a spectator overshadowed an intriguing 14th stage of the Tour de France which saw Rinaldo Nocentini desperately cling on to the leader’s yellow jersey in cycling’s premier event. A woman died after being hit by a police motorcycle on Saturday afternoon in Wittelsheim, a village in Alsace in northeastern France which is 40 kilometers from the start of the race’s leg from Colmar to Besancon. French police told CNN that two other people were injured and taken to hospital
American journeyman Lucas Glover denied Phil Mickelson a fairytale victory at the U.S. Open as he kept his nerve to close out a two-shot victory at Bethpage Black on Monday
Lucas Glover seized the lead in the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black on Friday at 6 under par through 13 holes before the second round of play was suspended due to darkness
American Chad Campbell has a one-shot lead over countrymen Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan after launching the best opening birdie salvo seen at the tournament. Campbell hit five birdies over the opening five holes to leap up the leaderboard and looked on target to equal or better the course record of 65 — nine under par — before bogeying the final two holes. His opening run was one better than Ken Venturi’s four-birdie start in 1956
Sean O’Hair will be paired with Tiger Woods in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, but holding a five-shot lead over the defending champion and world number one. O’Hair, who also played with Woods on the final day of the tournament last season, carded a one-over 71 in gusting winds to be seven-under overall after three rounds. Woods matched him to be two-under and in serious contention for the first time since his comeback from knee surgery