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Molinari furthers Ryder Cup claims, Gallacher struggles
Stephen Gallacher of the UK hits his tee shot outside Malmo, Sweden, on June 1, 2014Stephen Gallacher, requiring a top two finish in the Italian Open to claim the final automatic qualifying Ryder Cup berth, is lying six shots off home favourite and European wild card contender Francesco Molinari after Thursday's first round. Gallacher, who would overtake Graeme McDowell and make it onto the European team at Glenagles next month, shot a wayward 72 to leave himself an uphill struggle. Molinari in contrast enjoyed better fortunes on the Circolo Golf Torino course where he began playing aged eight to durther his claims on a wild card with a six under par 66 to share the lead with Austria's Bernd Wiesberger. European Captain Paul McGinley admitted Molinari is "very much in my mind" for one of the three wild cards he will announce on Tuesday, with the man himself thinking he needs to win on Sunday to make a third consecutive appearance.

Cowboys defensive unit takes second four-game ban
Defensive back Jakar Hamilton #43 of the Dallas Cowboys tries to tackle a Miami Dolphins player on August 4, 2013 in Canton, OhioDallas Cowboys defensive back Jakar Hamilton was issued a four-game suspension by the National Football League on Thursday for violating the league's substance-abuse policy, the second ban on Dallas defenders. Hamilton will miss the first four games of the season, which begins next week, only being eligible to return following the Cowboys' September 28 home matchup against New Orleans. Dallas opens at home September 7 against San Francisco before trips to Tennessee and St. Louis. Hamilton played three times for the Cowboys last season as a rookie, making two tackles, and had missed two pre-season games this month with a concussion and a hamstring injury.


US economy grew at robust 4.2% pace in 2nd quarter
A picture taken on May 29, 2014, shows employees inspecting eggs at the Deb El egg processing plant in Thompsonville, New YorkThe US Commerce Department raised its estimate for US economic growth to 4.2 percent Thursday, confirming the solid rebound from the first quarter's steep contraction. It also showed strong gains in corporate profits, possibly boosting the prospects for more hiring that would remove some of the persistent slack in the labor market. Analysts said the revision improved the picture of the US economy for the rest of 2014, when added to recent monthly data on industry, hiring and general confidence. In the second quarter, the revised data showed pickups in consumer spending and business investment, and improved government spending and home building.

France's new economy minister sparks storm over '35-hour' law
Newly appointed French Economy and Industry minister Emmanuel Macron (C) attends the French Ambassadors' conference on August 28, 2014 at the Elysee Palace in ParisFrance's new economy minister touched off a political storm Thursday, only one day into the job, with comments made before he was appointed about the controversial "35-hour" labour law. Emmanuel Macron, a former Rothschild banker and ex-advisor to President Francois Hollande, told Le Point weekly he was open to allowing companies and sectors of the economy to "depart from" the law limiting French employees to a maximum 35 hours of work per week.

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