After the US took an early 1-0 lead, France began dominating the game's possession, finally scoring an equalizer in the 55th minute. But Les Blues weren't able to further capitalize on what ended up being a 25-11 shots-on-goal advantage.
CBS has announced that this fall, Danson will star in its flagship show, 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.' He'll be the forensic team's newest supervisor, a transplant from Portland, OR, who helps his colleagues come to grips with the professional and personal fallout from last season’s take-down of serial killer Nate Haskell.
Anthony Galea did not provide Tiger Woods with performance-enhancing drugs.
That was the message from Galea's former assistant, Mary Anne Catalano, through her attorney Ron Personius on Monday. Galea, a Toronto doctor with known ties to high-level athletes such as Woods, Alex Rodriguez, and Carlos Beltran, pleaded guilty last month to importing misbranded and unapproved drugs -- including human growth hormone -- into the U.S.
Here's a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Harrison Ford Age: 69 Occupation: Actor Known For: Roles such as Han Solo in the original 'Star Wars' trilogy and Indiana Jones in the eponymous movie franchise, and his marriage to human swizzle-stick Calista Flockhart
Cheech Marin Age: 65 Occupation: Actor and Comedian Known For: Being half of the legendary stoner comedy duo Cheech and Chong, starring in movies such as 'Up in Smoke,' and co-starring in the TV series 'Nash Bridges'
There are frequent fliers. And then there are those who practically make it an Olympic sport.
Tom Stuker, a Chicago-based automotive sales consultant, became the first person ever to rack up 10 million frequent flier miles with United Airlines -- and it only took him 29 years and 6,000 flights to do it.
When Christian Lopez caught the home run that was Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit last week, he gave the historic ball to the Yankee's shortstop without asking for any money, even though it may have fetched over $100,000 on the open market.
On Monday's episode of 'The Tonight Show,'Howie Mandel brought a friend along with a connection to Jay Leno. Turns out, Leno's wife once backed into the man's car in the parking lot of a convenience store. As a way to put things right, Leno offered to pay for the damage, as well as dinner at Spago.
But the man and his date didn't content themselves with a simple salad. Instead, they racked up a bill for $1,345, which cost substantially more than fixes to the car. "The damage to the car was $900!" Leno said.
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