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Tiger Woods rallies Team USA to win Presidents Cup again

1 hour ago   |   WGN TV   |   3 articles

MELBOURNE, Australia - Tiger Woods set the Presidents Cup record for most victories and set the tone for another American victory. Woods beat Abraham Anceer in the opening...
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Preservation or development? Brazil's Amazon at a crossroads

1 hour ago   |   ABC News

Brazil's president is resurrecting a long-held desire to develop the world's largest tropical rainforest and building onto some decades-old highways
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A Democratic Congressman Is Expected to Switch Allegiance to Republican Party as Impeachment Looms

3 hours ago   |   Time   |   2 articles

New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew, one of the lone Democrats not supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump , is expected to switch to the Republican Party, according to...
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Nicaragua nationalizes fuel firm 2 days after US sanctions

6 hours ago   |   ABC News

Nicaragua has nationalized the assets of a fuel distribution company two days after Washington hit it with sanctions
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Minnesota Vikings Kyle Rudolph To Send Families To North Pole For ‘Rudy's Red Eye'

Minnesota Vikings Kyle Rudolph To Send Families To North Pole For ‘Rudy's Red Eye'

6 hours ago   |   CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota Vikings tight end, Kyle ‘Rudy' Rudolph, is bringing children and their families on the ultimate North Pole adventure. Children who are in recovery or...
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Maybe you should just go metric? Amusement online as US officially turns to international foot

Maybe you should just go metric? Amusement online as US officially turns to international foot

8 hours ago   |   RT

For decades, a foot in one US state could be a different length in another - but now the government is putting an end to the measuring mess. The news prompted jokes that...
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Protracted street clashes engulf Beirut near protest camp

9 hours ago   |   ABC News   |   2 articles

Lebanese security forces have fired tear gas and clashed with men who tried to attack the anti-government protest camp in Beirut, setting off street confrontations that lasted...
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Argentina: British tourist killed in mugging attempt

10 hours ago   |   ABC News

Authorities in Argentina say assailants shot and killed one British tourist and wounded another while trying to rob them
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Supporters of Iran-backed Iraqi group protest US sanctions

12 hours ago   |   ABC News

Hundreds of demonstrators supporting a powerful Iran-backed militia group in Iraq have poured into a central Baghdad plaza to protest recent U.S. sanctions against key leaders
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Tens of thousands anti-populist Sardines fill Roman square

12 hours ago   |   ABC News

Tens of thousands of members of the Italian anti-populist Sardines movement have gathered in Rome for their first national rally
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At Army-Navy game, Trump touts new pro sports option

At Army-Navy game, Trump touts new pro sports option

President Donald Trump is using his appearance at the annual Army-Navy game to tout a new policy that allows service academy athletes to defer their military service to pursue... Read more ...

Man who stole $88,000 from bank vault caught after he flashed stacks of...

Man who stole $88,000 from bank vault caught after he flashed stacks of bills on social media

Authorities say a bank employee allegedly stole $88,000 from the bank's vault and later posted photos to social media of him holding large stacks of cash. Read more ...

Zach LaVine scores 31 points, Bulls rally to beat Clippers

Zach LaVine scores 31 points, Bulls rally to beat Clippers

Zach LaVine celebrates after hitting the game-winning shot in the last seconds against the LA Clippers at the United Center on December 14, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bulls... Read more ...

Obituary: Richard Hatcher / One of first black mayors of a large U.S. city

Obituary: Richard Hatcher / One of first black mayors of a large U.S. city

Former Gary, Ind., Mayor Richard Hatcher, who became one of the first black mayors of a big U.S. city, has died. He was 86. Read more ...

UN climate talks in limbo as chair Chile bids for compromise

UN climate talks in limbo as chair Chile bids for compromise

Chilean officials presiding over U.N. climate talks said they plan to propose a compromise to bridge yawning differences among countries. Read more ...

WVU beats Nicholls St behind Culver, Tshiebwe double-doubles

WVU beats Nicholls St behind Culver, Tshiebwe double-doubles

Derek Culver scored 16 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead West Virginia to an 83-57 victory over Nicholls State on Saturday. Read more ...

FBI investigates bank robbery in White Oak

FBI investigates bank robbery in White Oak

Pittsburgh FBI agents respond to robbery at PNC Bank, located in 1600 block of Lincoln Way Read more ...

Shooting at suburban Atlanta mall injures 1 as shoppers flee

Shooting at suburban Atlanta mall injures 1 as shoppers flee

A shooting in a mall food court has sent suburban Atlanta shoppers fleeing in panic. Read more ...

Anthony Beauvillier's OT winner keeps Islanders rolling at home

Anthony Beauvillier's OT winner keeps Islanders rolling at home

Anthony Beauvillier scored in overtime to lift the Islanders to a 3-2 win over the Sabres on Saturday, extending their home winning streak to six games. Beauvillier scored on a... Read more ...

California governor tosses PG&E $13.5B settlement with wildfire victims

California governor tosses PG&E $13.5B settlement with wildfire victims

California Gov. Gavin Newsom rejected a $13.5 billion settlement that Pacific Gas & Electric struck last week with thousands of people who lost homes, businesses and family... Read more ...