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Koepka takes home $2.16 million, the largest single-day earnings in golf . It also put him squarely in the mix to capture his first major. He temporarily erased his putting struggles of the first three rounds, finishing with a solid 29 putts in his final 18 holes.
  • Senator Murphy to suit up for Congressional Baseball Game

    Senator Murphy to suit up for Congressional Baseball Game

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    Louis suburb of Belleville, Illinois opened fire on Republican lawmakers in Alexandria, Virginia practicing for the charity game. Bailey gave a good-natured shrug as the stadium applauded. Majority Whip Steve Scalise critically injured. He was shot in the hip in the Wednesday morning incident and the bullet fractured bones and injured internal organs, causing severe bleeding.
  • SA Govt Asks Trump to Reconsider Withdrawal From Paris Agreement

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    The meeting had been scheduled long before Trump's decision on the Paris Agreement , but the timing sent a clear message about who will lead the fight to address climate change in the coming years. "After China , the U.S.is the world's second-largest greenhouse gas polluter - and China is leading the renewable energy revolution". Along with setting climate change as a priority for the state, the bill creates a state commission dedicated to studying climate change and putting out ...
  • Authorities say 32 injured in deck collapse

    Authorities say 32 injured in deck collapse

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    Many people have been injured, some critically, after a deck collapsed near a church camp south of Lakeside. The station reports that about 10 of those people drove themselves to the hospital. The incident occurred at Glacier Camp in Lakeside, a "Christ-centered" retreat location, according to its Twitter bio. Lake County Sheriff Don Bell said Saturday evening there were no fatalities in the incident.
  • Wife of DC Gunman: 'I Can't Believe He Did This'

    Wife of DC Gunman: 'I Can't Believe He Did This'

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    At the root of this issue is how Americans internalize political messages meant to scare us against one party or the other and, although many have directed blame at the left's political rhetoric alone, I don't think the origin of this issue can be traced back to the left, the right or a specific individual.
  • After jury deadlocks, Bill Cosby faces 2nd sex assault trial

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    VETERAN American entertainer Bill Cosby walked home a freeman yesterday after a U.S. judge declared a mistrial in his sex assault case. At least 10 women have pending civil claims against Cosby in lawsuits filed in California and MA. "He sat for 12 hours a day, he went without sleep for most of this trial - I have no doubt it took a big toll on him". This was the only case to result in criminal charges against Cosby.
  • Another police shooting acquittal worries black gun owners

    Another police shooting acquittal worries black gun owners

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    According to Columbus Police, four of the officers were injured while attempting to move the protestors. Around 2,000 people marched through the city, blocking traffic and commuter trains after Mr Castile's mother said the verdict proved "the system continues to fail black people".
  • Firing Mueller just became more hard for Trump

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    Rosenstein was the one to make the decision because Attorney General Jeff Sessions had already recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation. Rosenstein - in charge because Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from the investigation into the Trump campaign's ties with Russian Federation - then appointed Mueller as special counsel .
  • Roger Stone to Trump: Fire Mueller and Rosenstein

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    The president, for his part, has denied any collusion between members of his campaign and Russian agents looking to interfere with the election. The focus on Rosenstein sharpened Friday because the President attacked the deputy attorney general in a tweet, blaming him for what he terms a "witch hunt".
  • Republicans warn Trump not to fire special counsel Robert Mueller

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    Under questioning from South Carolina Sen. "With respect to the subject, only the president or his attorneys are authorized to comment". "I think it's a threat to the Trump presidency". "While the president has the right to, he has no intention to do so", White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters aboard Air Force One flying back from Wisconsin to Washington DC.
  • McConnell, Schumer trade jabs over health care

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    Instead, they're asking Senate leaders to work together on an overhaul of Democrat Barack Obama's health care law. This legislation is likely to be terrible for people with preexisting conditions, so the Senate Majority is not going to sit down and tell these groups that numerous people they are advocating for and represent are going to lose their coverage or they will need to spend more money for less care.
  • Celtics and 76ers agree on trade for No. 1 draft pick

    Celtics and 76ers agree on trade for No. 1 draft pick

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    The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the 76ers are sending first-rounders for 2018 (Lakers) and 2019 (Kings) in addition to their selection this year. The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder averaged 23.2 points, 5.7 rebounds, 5.9 assists and 1.2 blocks last season . Last season, he led the Pac-12 in scoring, was sixth among Division I players and the most prolific freshman scorer in the country.