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Both Americans finished tied for 11th on one under par, eight shots behind Garcia, who beat Rose in a playoff. The wind gusts alone have wrecked havoc with the scores of some of the best ever to play the game. Justin Rose, of England, tips his hat on the 18th hole during the third round of the Masters golf tournament Saturday, April 8, 2017, in Augusta, Ga .
  • Trump Trade Order Consideration Could Lead To Duties

    Trump Trade Order Consideration Could Lead To Duties

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    AmCham China chairman William Zarit said previous bilateral trade talks did not yield much, and only more market access for United States exports and investments could create a fair trade environment for the US. "They expressed an interest in reducing their net trade balance because of the impact it's having on money supply and inflation". That could eventually lead to additional import duties, but any decisions on such punishments would depend on the probe's findings, not "pre-determined ...
  • New Zealanders brace for 2nd major storm in just over a week

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    Due to the forecast storm conditions, Air New Zealand advises customers to anticipate delays and cancellations across its network. Thames-Coromandel District Council staff, rural fire officers and Defence Force personnel in four Unimogs were helping residents and checking on properties, he said.
  • Student killed in San Bernardino shooting endured great deal in short life

    Student killed in San Bernardino shooting endured great deal in short life

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    SAN BERNARDINO , Calif. - Ruben Gutierrez did not hesitate. The Greenwood police chief is talking about the importance of active shooter training in the wake of Monday's (April 10) school shooting in California. Anderson was also alleged to have threatened to kill his ex-wife. They included students who had been evacuated from their school; parents, teachers and volunteers who had rushed to Cajon High School in the afternoon to offer help; and longtime city residents who had watched yet ...
  • Trump's Supreme Court Justice sworn

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    During 11 years on the federal appeals court in Denver, Gorsuch mirrored Scalia's originalist approach to the law, interpreting the Constitution according to the meaning understood by those who drafted it. As I watched the incredible dignity of President Trump, Justice Anthony Kennedy, and now-Justice Gorsuch, I realized how 'President Trump has exceeded my expectations.
  • United promises 'thorough review' of policy for oversold flights

    United promises 'thorough review' of policy for oversold flights

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    In a letter to its employees, Munoz said: "Our employees followed established procedures for dealing with situations like this". Tuyet Le, executive director of AAAJC, said the incident involving Dao is representative of systemic police mistreatment of minority communities in Chicago and nationwide.
  • US, Mexico and Canada Launch Joint Bid to Host 2026 World Cup

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    Gulati attempted to deflect questions about a tournament involving the USA and Mexico amid President Trump's harsh words toward America's southern neighbor, saying that Trump had given his backing to the proposal and was "especially pleased that Mexico was a part of this bid".
  • Russia says Syria, Iran foreign ministers to visit Moscow this week

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    While most immediate, U.S. He added that Moscow and Washington understand each other better after the talks. Speaking after several hours of talks with visiting U.S. "What we do know- and we have very firm and high confidence in our conclusions- that the attack was carried out and planned by the regime forces at the direction of al-Assad", Tillerson said .
  • Trump and lawmakers on Syria, jobs, court

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    Trump has repeatedly hammered China for exporting more to the US than it buys. Among the topics of discussion was the vexing problem of North Korea. It has conducted five nuclear tests -two since the beginning of last year-and scores of missile tests.
  • Le Pen says France not responsible for WWII round up of Jews

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    It said she "in no way exonerates the effective and personal responsibility of the French people who took part in the terrible Vel d'Hiv roundup and in all the atrocities committed during this period". The CRIF umbrella grouping of French Jewish organizations and the Jewish students' union (UEJF) both blasted Le Pen for the comments, describing them as "revisionist".
  • Theresa May condemns National Trust for axing 'Easter' from egg hunt

    Theresa May condemns National Trust for axing 'Easter' from egg hunt

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    The National Trust, which works to preserve landscapes and buildings in the United Kingdom, has a partnership with Mondelez-owned Cadbury to run chocolate Easter egg hunts on its land. What a disincarnate vision of the faith she seems to have: "all about English tradition and labels, but no respect for human lives". They added: "We want to reassure consumers of our commitment to Easter, which is very prominent within our activity".