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Among those who had the shortest week at the U.S. Open took the longest road to even get to Merion.
Tiger Woods matched his worst round as a pro at the U.S. Open, and this one cost him Saturday at Merion.
No one could catch Mickelson or Horschel as the second round wrapped up early Saturday at the U.S. Open, where sunny skies helped dry muddy Merion Golf Club.
About 200 people burned tires and blocked the main road in front of the Brasilia stadium that will host the Confederations Cup opener Saturday.
Tony Parker made good on his pledge before Game 4 of the NBA Finals: He was ready to go.
IndyCar points leader Helio Castroneves insisted Friday that his race-winning car at Texas did not have a performance advantage from an illegal part that led to a failed post-race inspection.
The Japanese baseball commissioner apologized on Friday for the confusion caused by introducing a new, livelier ball this season without notifying players.
Manchester City hired Manuel Pellegrini as manager Friday, entrusting a man nicknamed "The Engineer" with constructing a team to reclaim the Premier League title and become a force in the Champions League.
Five things learned going into Friday's play in the U.S. Open: