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58 missing, presumed dead in London fire : London police

58 missing, presumed dead in London fire : London police

Grief over a London high-rise tower fire that killed dozens turned to outrage Friday amid reports that the materials used in a r. Protesters upset with how the British government has so far handled the aftermath continued calls Friday for greater assistance.



Spectators react to mistrial at Bill Cosby trial

Dunham, who in 2014 wrote about a sexual assault committed against her, said that " Bill Cosby's trial is about much more than Bill Cosby ", in a series of tweets. During the course of the evening, Cosby allegedly provided Constand with wine, water and three blue pills, which she ingested at Cosby's urging. So getting all of those people to go over this whole process again is really going to be critical to putting this case back on.


Garcia hoping Erin Hills gets harder, faster

Garcia hoping Erin Hills gets harder, faster

Casey is tied with Rickie Fowler at 7 under for the lead. Olin Browne and Jason Gore were part of a 36-hole tie at Pinehurst No. 2. Rory McIlroy is hoping to "play a lot of golf " over the coming weeks and months, after missing the cut at the U.S.


Long-driving Champ takes advantage of Erin Hills' generosity

Long-driving Champ takes advantage of Erin Hills' generosity

Open at Oakmont Country Club. None has ever won a major, and neither have the next 14 players behind them. Thomas poured that in to become the 29th player with a 63 in a major championship. Rory McIlroy at least had the satisfaction of four birdies in his last six holes to improve by seven shots on his opening 78, while Jason Day's 75 left him 10 over and world number one and defending champion Dustin Johnson finished four over.



Tricky conditions as players begin third round of US Open

Dustin Johnson is 1 over, on the cut line with six holes left. McIlroy is 6 over for the tournament, 13 shots back of leaders Rickie Fowler and Paul Casey . He says the greens on his last few holes "were firming up". Tommy Fleetwood smiles on the 18th green after finishing the second round of the U.S. Open.