• World's top 3 make history, miss cut
World's top 3 make history, miss cut

No fewer than 44 players ducked under par in the first round, and as the second round unfolded Friday, the 7,839-yard layout continued to give up birdies freely. With Johnson, McIlroy and Day all missing from the weekend action, all eyes will be on a clustered leaderboard which is dominated by players who have never won a major.

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  • Gilead Sciences (GILD) Getting Somewhat Favorable Media Coverage, Accern Reports
Gilead Sciences (GILD) Getting Somewhat Favorable Media Coverage, Accern Reports

Vetr raised shares of Gilead Sciences from a "buy" rating to a "strong-buy" rating and set a $79.63 price target on the stock in a report on Tuesday, March 7th. The number of shares now held by investors is 1.31 Billion. Citigroup Inc owns 0% invested in AutoNation, Inc. (NASDAQ:CNXN). Secor Cap Advsrs LP accumulated 26,860 shares.

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  • 120-degree temperatures could disrupt flights in Phoenix
120-degree temperatures could disrupt flights in Phoenix

A lot more. That's what officials were urging and residents were planning Friday as a potentially record-shattering heat wave started enveloping the Southwest United States and threatened to bring temperatures of more than 120 degrees to parts of Arizona and California next week.

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  • Pennsylvania issues permits to 12 medical marijuana growers
Pennsylvania issues permits to 12 medical marijuana growers

Holistic Farms LLC, New Castle, Lawrence County. "Any letters of recommendation or support for an applicant were not considered during the evaluation". The department said Monday that it would announce winners of the grower-processor permits on Tuesday. Applicants were scored on more than a dozen criteria , including how they plan to manage in...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo to testify in tax fraud case on July 31
Cristiano Ronaldo to testify in tax fraud case on July 31

The Portugal worldwide will have to appear in the Pozuelo de Alarcon court No. 1 on July 31. The 29-year-old has helped the European heavyweights lift 29 titles during his 13-year senior playing career, and has also been crowned the victor of the prestigious Ballon d'Or award a record five times.

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  • Trump meets Poroshenko for brief 'drop-in' visit
Trump meets Poroshenko for brief 'drop-in' visit

The Treasury Department said Tuesday the strengthened sanctions targeted individuals and organizations connected to the continuing conflict in eastern Ukraine and would remain in place until Russian Federation met obligations under peace accords of 2014 and 2015.

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  • Tom Brady wants to play a National Football League game in China
Tom Brady wants to play a National Football League game in China

The 39-year-old signal caller was set to play a pre-season contest with the Patriots in China in 2007, a year before Beijing hosted the Olympics, but the game against Seattle was canceled by the National Football League in order to focus on the debut of regular-season games in London later that year.

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  • Adv. Jayasankar mocks at BJP's presidential candidate
Adv. Jayasankar mocks at BJP's presidential candidate

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao also welcomed the NDA government's decision. By nominating Kovind, a Dalit from a humble background as candidate, Modi has struck deep in the Opposition camp.

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  • Israeli PM says work begun on new West Bank settlement
Israeli PM says work begun on new West Bank settlement

But the official said any peace deal "will take time " and likely require "many visits by both Mr. Kushner and Mr. Greenblatt" to the region. "They're going to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu and senior officials on his team, they're going to meet with President Abbas and officials on his team later in the week and I think part of it is how t...

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  • Cancer cases in Manitoba expected to increase 60 per cent
Cancer cases in Manitoba expected to increase 60 per cent

The increasing life span of Canadians is partly responsible for the new stats, Smith noted. "If you think of the stat that almost one in two Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer, mixed with the growing and aging population and the increase of new cancer cases, we need to do more work in prevention, in research and in supporting people living w...

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  • Businessman-in-chief owes lenders $436m: Disclosure
Businessman-in-chief owes lenders $436m: Disclosure

Revenues at Mr Trump's private club in Florida , Mar-a-Lago, dubbed the "Winter White House", jumped from the prior year's $US29.8 million to $US37.3 million. The Trump Corporation, the president's real-estate management company, almost tripled its income from a year prior. After he was elected president, the annual membership fee for club was dou...

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  • Nitish Kumar And Lalu Yadav Divided Over BJP Choice For President
Nitish Kumar And Lalu Yadav Divided Over BJP Choice For President

Because Mr Kovind is a Dalit, most opposition parties find it hard to disagree with his choice. Ram Nath Kovind's life has been dedicated to service of dalits and downtrodden and his ideals will adorn the high post, Union minister Harsh Vardhan said.

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  • Pakistan demolish India to win maiden Champions Trophy title
Pakistan demolish India to win maiden Champions Trophy title

His three wickets at the very early stage of the match were instrumental to the victory of Pakistan . "Credit to Pakistan as they outplayed us in all departments of the game". Pakistani youngsters cheer while watching the Champions Trophy final cricket match between Pakistan and India , on a big screen in Lahore, Pakistan .

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  • 'I want to see a white doctor'
'I want to see a white doctor'

Her son, who appears to be approximately eight years old, can be seen sitting quietly beside her. The woman expressed frustration that there were only "brown" or "Paki" doctors available, which led her to the understandable conclusion that entire country was "horrible" and that because she is "white in this country", she should just shoot herself...

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  • After public outcry, Florida city moves Confederate statue
After public outcry, Florida city moves Confederate statue

First the statue is being disassembled. The statue has been in Orlando since 1911, and it has been at the park in the heart of downtown Orlando since 1917. He views the monuments "as historical markers dedicated to men who died during a war", according to a May press release announcing his decision to move the statue.

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  • Iran Warns Missile Attack on IS in Syria Can be Repeated
Iran Warns Missile Attack on IS in Syria Can be Repeated

Iran had earlier insinuated that the United States and Saudi Arabia - its chief regional foe - had encouraged the June 7 attacks on Iran's Parliament and the mausoleum of the late Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, which killed 17 people.

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  • Fidget spinners are over, Google Trends shows
Fidget spinners are over, Google Trends shows

She immediately started choking . Her story is not the only one of something like this happening. The Consumer Product Safety Commission identifies the incident which includes fidget spinners . The popular toys came from China into Frankfurt , Germany, where they were tested and found to have parts capable of falling off and creating a cho...

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  • Pakistan win Champions Trophy
Pakistan win Champions Trophy

This was the first ever Champions Trophy title for Pakistan . Another man from Karnataka identified as Shabir Ahmed has also been charged with sedition for celebrating Pakistan's Champions Trophy win over India . The way they turned things around, it was awesome", Kohli said. Pakistan , made to bat first for the first time in the tournam...

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  • PGA Tour to start blood testing next season
PGA Tour to start blood testing next season

The revised program will expand the Tour's list of banned substances to match that of the World Anti-Doping Agency. Currently, misdemeanours related to recreational drugs are kept confidential but this will no longer be the case as part of widespread changes in policy for the 2017-18 season, starting later this year.

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  • When exactly is the first day of summer?
When exactly is the first day of summer?

At the summer solstice, the sun reaches its northernmost point in the sky, crossing Earth over the Tropic of Cancer, instead of the equator - as it does at the vernal and autumnal equinoxes - or the Tropic of Capricorn - as it does for the Northern Hemisphere's winter solstice.

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