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A man has been found shot dead at the home of Grease star Olivia Newton-John.

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Former US tennis star Jennifer Capriati will face trial in December accused of stalking and battering her ex-boyfriend.

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America’s top law enforcement official has condemned the “Stand Your Ground” laws spotlighted by the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and the subsequent trial of his killer, George Zimmerman.

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US Open 2013: Wicked pins leave Lee Westwood feeling like a basket case

There are words beginning with the letter W that Lee Westwood doesn’t mind. Wedge, wind, wage and wood come to mind. Worksop is fine. It ought to be. It’s where he was born and lived until he moved recently to the United States.

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Tiger Woods pulls on his rain pants after removing his shoes at the sixth yesterday

Tentative Rory McIlroy still searching for answers to his puzzling form

World number one has begun the defence of the Honda Classic title at Palm Beach

Rory McIlroy wants a quick decision over controversial putter

World number one Rory McIlroy admits belly putter saga is a 'mess'

Rory McIlroy has put his hefty support behind the proposed ban

Rory McIlroy reacts after winning the Honda Classic on Sunday to became the top-ranked golfer in the world

How McIlroy became king of the world

The moppy-haired boy from Belfast always thought he would be world No 1. Now expect him to dominate the game for decades, writes James Corrigan in Miami

Lee Westwood is no longer close friends with Rory McIlroy

Westwood and McIlroy set up their showdown

No time to dawdle over the roast beef lunch. The dog will have to walk itself. And you may need to draw the curtains. This is going to be tasty. Settle back in your sofa for Rory McIlroy versus Lee Westwood. And this time, it's personal.

American Football: London calling but Buccaneers reject transatlantic move

With speculation bubbling that the NFL are ready to seriously consider putting a franchise in London, the focus has fallen on the possibility of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers becoming the team to up such historic sticks.

Tupac Shakur's ashes smoked

Tupac Shakur's group, The Outlawz, smoked his ashes.

Fears for drowned girl's boyfriend

Police investigating the death of a 17-year-old girl who was found washed up on a beach are growing "increasingly concerned" for her boyfriend.

The 10 best audiobooks

As the last grains of sand are shaken from your beach reads, why not use the autumn commute to get stuck into these great recent audiobook releases?

Bomb explodes on beach in Turkey

A small bomb exploded on a beach in a Turkish resort early today, slightly injuring six people and causing panic.

Travel Challenge: A week in the Cape Verde islands

Every week we invite three companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a week in Cape Verde – an archipelago of 10 islands off the coast of West Africa – in early November. Prices are for two, flying on Thomson and include transfers.

Julie Burchill: A new way to keep women at home

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