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Spieth wins The Open

Spieth wins The Open

Nevertheless it is way too soon to make career comparisons, even when Spieth's win ratio sits alongside those two greats of the sport. Johnson then made the telling observation about Spieth: "He certainly has the intangibles between the ears that many of us strive for, it's very impressive".


President Trump Labels Attorney General Jeff Sessions 'Beleaguered'

President Trump Labels Attorney General Jeff Sessions 'Beleaguered'

It has not been a particularly fun week for Attorney General Jeff Sessions, D.C.'s controversial Confederate monument that appears to be slated for removal in the short- to medium-term future. The revelation prompted the attorney general to recuse himself from the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of Russian interference in the election and any ties between that government and the Trump operation.


Stop provocations, let's talk, South Korea tells North Korea

Stop provocations, let's talk, South Korea tells North Korea

A North Korean flag flies on a mast at the Permanent Mission of North Korea in Geneva October 2, 2014. In a forum last week, Mike Pompeo, the chief of the U.S. Those remarks display Pompeo's "illiteracy about the DPRK and an explicit illustration of incompetence of the USA intelligence community", the report also said, calling the country by the acronym of its official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.


Rory McIlroy confident he has turned a corner

Rory McIlroy confident he has turned a corner

Open, 2014 British Open and 2012 and 2014 PGA Championships . He is listed at 8/1 at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, as is McIlroy who has feasted on Quail Hollow. And another couple of top-10s thrown in there. This is a well-known golf course, but this will be the first major event that it has ever held. I'll have some relaly good vibes going into that week.


Trump Is Polling Above 50 Percent In 17 States

Trump Is Polling Above 50 Percent In 17 States

The president is known to be borderline obsessed with polls and his approval ratings - a habit that he has carried with him from the campaign to the presidency. However, the states that Trump carried in the election tell a different story. Forty-three percent of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin respondents approved of his job performance while 42 percent of MI voters also approved.