Day: June 12, 2018

Live results for South Carolina House primary election: Mark Sanford vs. Katie Arrington

There is an unexpectedly competitive House Republican primary election in South Carolina Tuesday, with incumbent Rep. Mark Sanford looking to fend off insurgent conservative challenger Katie Arrington. Polls close at 7 pm Eastern. Live results are below. South Carolina’s First Congressional District: Mark Sanford faces an unexpectedly tough Republican primary The real news is that […]

Phoenix Thoroughbreds swoop for Signora share

Phoenix Thoroughbreds have bought a 75 per cent share in John Quinn’s speedy juvenile Signora Cabello. Winner of two of her three outings to date, she was a surprise 20-1 winner of the Listed Marygate Stakes at York last time out. The Camacho filly will now head to the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot next […]

Julen Lopetegui to Real Madrid is a surprise, says Guillem Balague

Guillem Balague says Julen Lopetegui’s appointment as Real Madrid manager came as a surprise, but insists fans will be happy. Lopetegui, the current Spain manager, was announced as Zinedine Zidane’s successor on Tuesday, just two days before the start of the World Cup in Russia. Spanish football expert Balague says after links with Mauricio Pochettino, […]

The Meaningful Little Rituals of Capital Weather Gang

A funny thing has happened over the last few months: I’ve gone from feeling like the New Jersey transplant that I am to more of a Washingtonian (or semi-Washingtonian—I live out in the suburbs that my colleagues and I love to hate). I’ve chafed at the generic urban conformity of the D.C. region before. I’ve even […]

David Johnson to skip Arizona Cardinals minicamp

Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson has joined the list of NFL holdouts entering the final year of their rookie contract. Multiple outlets have reported that Johnson is holding out of mandatory minicamp, which began on Tuesday. According to reports this offseason, it is expected that the club will reach an agreement on a new […]