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Just like that, Kupcho was one shot behind. She finished one stroke ahead of Duke's Leona Maguire and Wake Forest's Jennifer Kupcho, who each finished second at +2. The Spartans finished at 74-over 938 after a 304. Kent State almost avoided a collapse of its own, only to pull through behind another player who didn't know the score.
  • Celtics, Lakers, 76ers have plenty riding on the National Basketball Association lottery

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    However, the Celtics could also revisit trade talks with teams like the Chicago Bulls or Indiana Pacers for stars Jimmy Butler or Paul George and dangle that No. Asked following Wednesday's media availability at the team's training facility if extending Embid is a priority, Sixers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo replied, "It's something we'll talk about at the appropriate time".
  • Rosenstein: Comey Routinely 'Usurped' the DOJ

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    Asked at a press conference in the White House if he had asked Mr Comey to "back off" on an investigation into Flynn, as reported by the New York Times and other media outlets earlier this week, Mr Trump replied: "No, no". At the same time , the timeline he provided makes clear that Rosenstein did not initiate the process in the final phase - as senators said after Thursday's briefing.
  • Roger Ailes, Former Chairman and CEO of Fox News, Dead at 77

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    He said the firm's client Lidija Ujkic had claimed in her lawsuit that Ailes insisted that President Obama was a Muslim who worked with terrorists and discussed "the Fox News recipe for success as showing women from the feet up". "Without his success at Fox News Trump could never have won". Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a former Fox News personality and Roger Ailes' friend, is calling the former Fox chief "a genius".
  • Senate Conservatives Push Back on New DOJ Sentencing Guidelines

    Senate Conservatives Push Back on New DOJ Sentencing Guidelines

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    Yet Sessions, in a memo to federal prosecutors , defended tough drug sentencing as "moral and just", arguing that it provided consistency within the criminal-justice system. The Sessions memo is a reversal of Obama-era policies on low-level drug crimes. The change by Sessions doesn't come as a surprise as he came to office promising to be tough on crime.
  • UN Security Council Condemns North Korea Launch

    UN Security Council Condemns North Korea Launch

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    In a unanimous statement backed by China, the council stressed the importance of North Korea 'immediately showing honest commitment to de-nuclearisation through concrete action'. The North Korean missile test occurred days after Moon Jae-in, of the liberal Democratic Party of Korea, was sworn in as the president of South Korea, replacing his conservative predecessor Park Geun-hye, who was recently ousted in a corruption scandal.
  • OKC Thunder Player Back In US After Detainment Abroad

    OKC Thunder Player Back In US After Detainment Abroad

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    Today, he revealed that he only went to Romania in the first place because he was fleeing Indonesian police officers that had been sent after him by the Turkish government while he was hosting a basketball clinic in Jakarta. In July 2016, after speaking against Erdogan's government following a terrorist bombing in Turkey's capital of Ankara in March of that year, Kanter said he received death threats after a failed military coup to overthrow Erdogan.
  • Cop who shot dead unarmed Terence Crutcher beats manslaughter charge

    Cop who shot dead unarmed Terence Crutcher beats manslaughter charge

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    Terrence Crutcher's sister, Tiffany Crutcher , said to the reporters after the verdict that her brother never threatened or attacked the police womann, who said she was afraid for her life as she saw him heading to his vehicle. "And because she didn't pause, my family, we've had to pause", Tiffany Crutcher said. "When will the police change policy", he said. Crutcher's family said they were disappointed by the verdict, NBC News reported , and called the Tulsa Police Department "corrupt".
  • US State Department summons Turkish Ambassador

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    Erdogan, speaking to a group of business leaders in Istanbul, said he told the United States that Turkey would "exercise its rights under the rules of engagement", without consulting anyone, if it faced a threat. Police believe "there could be a diplomatic immunity issue". Erdogan referred to the protests as he addressed the audience inside: "They are shouting, but they don't know what's going on back in Turkey".
  • EC Central Police Services hosts law enforcement memorial service

    EC Central Police Services hosts law enforcement memorial service

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    Etchings of the names of Navajo fallen officers are on display above his workstation at the tribal headquarters in Window Rock, Arizona, which he says reminds him daily of the sacrifices made by our first responders. The two Wisconsin officers who have already died this year while on duty are Everest Metro Detective Jason Weiland and Wisconsin State Patrol Trooper Anthony Borostowski.
  • Texas House passes 'bathroom bill' targeting public schools

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    While only the governor can actually call a special session, Patrick had warned he was willing to hold hostage a measure known as the "sunset safety net bill", a must-pass measure to keep certain state agencies from shutting down. "This bill aims to improve child welfare services through community-based foster care and requires better coordination and delivery of necessary medical services to children in the system", Texas Republican Rep.
  • Trump taking unique Saudi-to-Israel flight

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    What can we expect to come up, and what is the context for his visit? If the defining image of Barack Obama visiting Israel in 2013 was the sight of a United States president and an Israeli prime minister strolling on the airport tarmac, jackets off, in their shirtsleeves, the unfortunate defining image of Monday's ceremony might be Hazan and his Trump selfie.