Jordanne Whiley has revealed she was 11 weeks pregnant when she won the Wimbledon women’s wheelchair doubles earlier this month.
Kyle Edmund reached his first ATP Tour semi-final in nine months, after beating top seed Jack Sock at the BB&T Atlanta Open in Georgia.
Former world No 1 Vijay Singh rolled back the years to sit two shots off the Canadian Open second-round lead while The Open’s runner-up Matt Kuchar battled to make the cut.
Tim Henman says Andy Murray must be completely fit to challenge for the US Open following his injury problems this year.
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VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — Across Western Europe and the United States, immigrants from poorer countries, whether plumbers from Poland or farmhands from Mexico, have become a lightning rod for economic anxieties over cheap labor.
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HONG KONG — A herd of endangered rhinos fleeing the deadly floods sweeping northern India now faces another threat, wildlife officials said on Monday: Poachers are stalking the animals in the few areas of high ground to which they have managed to escape.
WASHINGTON The United States said on Tuesday it shot down a simulated, incoming intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) similar to the ones being developed by countries like North Korea, in a new test of the nation’s THAAD missile defenses.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump’s eldest son eagerly agreed last year to meet a woman he was told was a Russian government lawyer who might have damaging information about Democratic White House rival Hillary Clinton as part of Moscow’s official support for his father, according to emails released on Tuesday.