• Golfers tee up for the 146th Open Championship
Golfers tee up for the 146th Open Championship

Connelly and Spieth walked the course earlier in the week and talked about how to tackle Royal Birkdale . "But you have to realise in a 25 or 30-year career you're going to get some years that you're on the good side of the draw, and you have to make the best of those".

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  • Indonesia condemns Israel's closure of al-Aqsa Mosque
Indonesia condemns Israel's closure of al-Aqsa Mosque

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been under enormous pressure to remove the metal detectors . He spoke on Sunday on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the situation with reporters. Muslim leaders have urged worshippers to pray in the streets Friday rather than walk through metal detectors. They called on...

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  • Netanyahu Decides: Metal Detectors Will Remain at Temple Mount Entrances
Netanyahu Decides: Metal Detectors Will Remain at Temple Mount Entrances

The Israeli police said extra units had been mobilised to bolster security in the Old City, while Muslim access to the shrine for prayers would be limited to women of all ages and men over 50. MK Perry said that in the aftermath of the terrorist attack last, when weapons "were smuggled or stolen or hidden on the Temple Mount, it's a must to t...

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  • Gujarat: Speculation rife veteran Cong leader Shankersinh Vaghela may leave party
Gujarat: Speculation rife veteran Cong leader Shankersinh Vaghela may leave party

The Congress high command seems to have finally chose to take a tough position on Shankersinh Vaghela. Showing a miffed side over Congress's announcement of initiating disciplinary action against those who would attend the celebration, Vaghela said that is the rationale of the party workers and that they are not bonded labourers, who can be contr...

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  • Almost half of liberals say friend supporting Trump would hurt friendship
Almost half of liberals say friend supporting Trump would hurt friendship

About one in eight people who voted for President Donald Trump said they are not sure they would do so again after witnessing Trump's tumultuous first six months in office, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll of 2016 voters. Bush was 14 points in November 2006, compared with the scant 4-point difference today. Even among Trump voters, there w...

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  • 13 terrorists killed in Operation Khyber-IV so far
13 terrorists killed in Operation Khyber-IV so far

Pakistan launched a military operation codenamed "Operation Khyber IV" to counter the potential threat posed by terrorists groups including Daesh in the tribal areas. A division-plus size force will take part in the operation, he informed, saying that they hope to unilaterally secure the global border, eliminate hideouts and complete the state's co...

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  • ED issues personal hearing notice to Shah Rukh Khan in IPL case
ED issues personal hearing notice to Shah Rukh Khan in IPL case

To uninitiated, SRK, who is also the co-owner of the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders with Juhi Chawla's industrialist husband Jay Mehta, allegedly violated several money transaction rules. It's also reported that the undervaluation of the entity has led to a loss of foreign exchange to the extent of Rs. 73.6 crore. The reason for the same was sa...

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  • Trump's approval ratings hit new low
Trump's approval ratings hit new low

The ABC News/Washington Post poll shows the president now has just a 36% approval rating, showing a drop of 6 points since a similar poll taken after his first 100 days in office. had met with a Kremlin-linked Russian lawyer prior to the election, and the president's plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. In contrast, 31% said Russian Federation d...

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  • Americans say health care is most important issue
Americans say health care is most important issue

Its unpopular president is under investigation by a special counsel. The latest findings are generally consistent with what national polls have found in recent days - historic lows for a president only six months into his first term in office.

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  • OJ Simpson to be released from prison on parole
OJ Simpson to be released from prison on parole

Mr. Simpson, a Hall of Fame running back, was at the center of a media circus over twenty years ago, when he was put on trial for allegedly killing his girlfriend, Nicole Brown, and her friend, Ronald Goldman. "I was always a good guy, but I could have been a better Christian". Simpson was acquitted in 1995 of the murders of his ex-wife and her f...

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  • Now here's a United States poll Trump would love: Clinton has lower numbers
Now here's a United States poll Trump would love: Clinton has lower numbers

And it's clear even at this point that the people would still nearly certainly choose Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton . The former USA secretary of state had an unfavorable rating of 58 percent, compared with Trump's 55 percent. Her daughter, Chelsea, has been actively criticizing Trump and his presidency on Twitter. Clinton publicly conc...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation asked to look into Ivanka Trump's security clearance
Federal Bureau of Investigation asked to look into Ivanka Trump's security clearance

Trump is under intense scrutiny by Congress and a special counsel investigating Russian interference into the 2016 presidential election , and probing whether Trump's campaign had ties to the activity. Even a dinner arranged for top 20 leaders in Germany is made to look sinister!' He will be joined by Paul Manafort , the former Trump campai...

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  • Obamacare Repeal Would Increase Number Of Uninsured By 27 Million In 2020
Obamacare Repeal Would Increase Number Of Uninsured By 27 Million In 2020

Congress's scorekeepers found that the latest version of the Senate bill would result in 22 million more people without health coverage by 2026. McConnell has said that any planned vote on ACA repeal can be amended on the floor. A Senate Republican aide told Bloomberg news that the bill didn't include the Cruz amendment because the CBO is...

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  • Deputy AG Rosenstein Weighs In On Mueller Hiring Clinton Donors
Deputy AG Rosenstein Weighs In On Mueller Hiring Clinton Donors

Asked by the Fox News host if it would ever be proper to take notes of a conversation with the president and later leak them to the press, Rosenstein cited the need for confidentiality. "I've got to explain that I made the decision to appoint Director Mueller based upon his reputation". "Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was...

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  • Duterte visits troops in Marawi on Day 58
Duterte visits troops in Marawi on Day 58

At least four members of the PSG were injured in the clash. The holding of the informal talks, which was announced recently by Silvestre Bello III, chair of the government peace panel talking with the communist rebels, was agreed by both parties earlier in a bid to resume the stalled fifth round of formal peace negotiations.

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  • Democrats preferred in 2018, but without anti-Trump motivation
Democrats preferred in 2018, but without anti-Trump motivation

That's a challenge for Democrats because their midterm turnout typically is low. Independents, meanwhile, prefer Democratic control as a bulwark against Trump's agenda by the same 14-point margin as registered voters as a whole. Although the poll was conducted before the latest blow that effectively caused the collapse of the Senate health care...

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  • Bolt may retire after London IAAF Worlds
Bolt may retire after London IAAF Worlds

No." 3. On Saturday, June 10, the 30-year-old Bolt raced for the final time on home soil, clocking 10.03 seconds to win the "Salute a Legend" 100m race before taking a lap of honour in front of a sell-out crowd of 30,000 at the National Stadium in Kingston.

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  • S. Africa CB Unexpectedly Trims Interest Rate By 25 Bps
S. Africa CB Unexpectedly Trims Interest Rate By 25 Bps

Only three of 23 economists in a Bloomberg survey forecast a cut. Slow gross domestic product expansion due to weak demand for locally made goods by South Africa's export partners and a spate of political scandals have complicated the task of the central bank, which is fighting off a challenge to its mandate by the anti-graft ombudsman.

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  • Anthony Scaramucci Expected to Be Named WH Communications Dir
Anthony Scaramucci Expected to Be Named WH Communications Dir

Sean Spicer is expected to stay on the communications team. He immediately professionalizes the entire operation. This is a huge win for loyalists of President Trump. Scaramucci is now working at the Export-Import Bank but he's expected to leave that administration post to take the communications director job. "Comms is what Anthony does", the so...

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  • What Happens to Health Care in California If Obamacare Stays In Place?
What Happens to Health Care in California If Obamacare Stays In Place?

Last year, about 13,400 El Paso County residents enrolled through the exchange. Kaiser Permanente is asking for a 24.4 percent increase. That figure isn't final; it refers to what insurance companies have requested. In these two interviews, Trump is either discussing the differences between health and life insurance or he doesn't understand how...

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