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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump suffered a fresh blow on Tuesday with the announcement that a professional golfing event scheduled for October at a Trump course in Los Angeles will be moved, the latest fallout from his vitriol against undocumented immigrants from Mexico.










LONDON (Reuters) - Agnieszka Radwanska enjoyed a remarkable turnaround in fortunes as she made her wealth of grasscourt experience count to dispatch American hope Madison Keys and reach the Wimbledon semi-finals for the third time in four years.










PHOENIX (Reuters) - Former National Football League quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested in Arizona last month on suspicion of drunken driving after colliding with another vehicle stopped at a red light, police said on Tuesday.










LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Two days removed from winning the women's soccer World Cup, star midfielder Carli Lloyd teased the idea of capturing another one in 2019 as thousands of flag-waving fans cheered the U.S. team on Tuesday at a boisterous outdoor rally in Los Angeles.

LONDON (Reuters) - The heavy hitting shook the ground and the volume would have raised the Centre Court roof, had it been closed, as Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka traded blows like a couple of prizefighters at Wimbledon on Tuesday.










(Reuters) - Florida State University's president said on Tuesday he fully supports head coach Jimbo Fisher's decision to dismiss De'Andre Johnson from the football team after video surfaced showing the 19-year-old freshman quarterback punching a woman in a bar.

LONDON (Reuters) - A little bit of the Williams sisters' power combined with Maria Sharapova's mental strength and blended in with Martina Hingis' tactical nous -- that heady mix of talent made Garbine Muguruza into the "perfect player" who reached the Wimbledon semi-finals.










CAMBRAI, France (Reuters) - Team Sky were expected to be shaken by their rivals on the cobbles in the Tour de France, yet their leading rider Chris Froome emerged as the huge favorite after the opening block of racing on Tuesday.

(Reuters) - The Women's World Cup final between the United States and Japan attracted a record U.S. television soccer audience, while Japanese viewing figures were higher than when they won the tournament in 2011.










CAMBRAI, France (Reuters) - Chris Froome lost his yellow jersey but retained his grip on his rivals after surviving a day on the cobbles in the Tour de France on Tuesday.

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