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Doc Redman rallies from two holes down to win U.S. Amateur

Doc Redman rallied from two holes down with two to play and won the U.S. Amateur on Sunday, beating Doug Ghim on the first extra hole. Ghim was 2 up heading to the 35th hole of the two-round final at Riviera Country Club, but Redman made a stunning 60-foot eagle putt to win the hole with the tournament...

Emily Day and Brittany Hochevar capture second straight Manhattan Beach Open title

Any fan of the Southern California lifestyle knows Manhattan Beach has it all: surf, sun and sand. The weekend added something else to the mix — world-class beach volleyball. The 58th AVP Manhattan Beach Open wrapped up Sunday afternoon, with Emily Day and Brittany Hochevar beating Nicole Branagh...

A shocking crime in Chicago — and the suspects have ties to leading universities

A former Northwestern University professor and an Oxford University employee lured a 26-year-old man into a Chicago high-rise and stabbed him dozens of times to fulfill an elaborate, violent sexual fantasy, prosecutors said Sunday. Wyndham Lathem, a former associate professor of microbiology, and...

Surprise! Sharp Racial Divide Found Over Robert E. Lee Statue

News headlines in the United States have been dominated by the fallout from the Charlottesville protests throughout the last week. YouGov have polled Americans to gauge their thoughts on a whole range of issues surrounding the violence. Notably,...Show More Summary

St. John Bosco, Mater Dei top The Times' preseason high school football rankings

As the high school football season begins this weekend, there’s little debate about which two teams should be in consideration to start out as No. 1 in Southern California. It’s the same two from last season, Bellflower St. John Bosco and Santa Ana Mater Dei. They split two games in 2016, Mater...

‘America First!’ rally gets off to tense start in Laguna Beach

LAGUNA BEACH Their rallies were separated by several yards of beach front and a large margin on the political spectrum. As of 5:30 p.m. Sunday, the tension between had risen to back-and-forth shouting. The rally, planned by a right-leaning group called “America First!” was titled the “Electric Vigil for the Victims of Illegals and Refugees.” […]

First Look: Burgers Flout Tradition at The Cut

The beautiful stoneware dishes and the Luigi Bormioli stemware are nicer than the dishes and wine glasses at some of the best restaurants in Orange County.

USS John McCain Collides With Merchant Ship Near Straits Of Malacca

Two months after seven US sailors died after the US Navy Destroyer USS Fitzgerald collided with a merchant vessel off the coast of Japan, moments ago the US Navy said that in an near replica of that incident, the guided-missile destroyer USS John S. Show More Summary

FX Week Ahead: Jackson Hole, And A Chance For Yellen To Dend Off Some USD Bashing.

By Shant Movsesian and Rajan Dhall MSTA Coming off a mixed week for the USD, traders focus their attention on the Jackson Hole symposium which starts on Thursday, running through to Saturday. Within this, Friday's address by the FedShow More Summary

Problems Too Big And Too Many To Fix: Trump Will Be The Fall Guy

Authored by Mike Shedlock via, The axe fell on Steve Bannon Friday. Mid-day, mainstream media proclaimed stocks were up because of the firing. Stocks closed the day down. Apparently, stocks were both up and down due to Bannon. Now Bannon is Back on the Outside, back at Breitbart, and happy to be there. Stephen K. Show More Summary

Trump to announce new strategy — and probably more troops — for Afghanistan

President Trump has settled on a new military strategy in Afghanistan after months of bitter internal debates by his national security team and will announce a plan Monday expected to provide U.S. commanders with additional troops and broader authority to pursue militant forces. Trump is expected...

Stelter Wonders If Trump Suffers From ‘Some Kind Of Illness’

CNN host Brian Stelter opened Sunday’s edition of “Reliable Sources” by pondering out loud whether President Donald Trump is fit to serve as president, whether he is a racist, and whether he is suffering from “some kind of illness.” “Now … More » The post Stelter Wonders If Trump Suffers From ‘Some Kind Of Illness’ appeared first on EveryJoe.

Student Who Toppled Confederate Monument May Get Scholarship

A student who faces felony charges for her part in tearing down the Confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina, last week may find herself to be the proud recipient of a scholarship from North Carolina Central University thanks to her … More » The post Student Who Toppled Confederate Monument May Get Scholarship appeared first on EveryJoe.

Dodgers notes: Will they have to deal with Justin Verlander again in October?

When Justin Verlander left the mound after retiring the Dodgers in the eighth inning Sunday afternoon, he got a brief standing ovation from fans at Comerica Park.

Builders Complain Of Record Labor Shortages: Up To 75% Of Employers Can't Find Workers

Late last month we reported the remarkable anecdote of an Ohio factory owner who has numerous blue-collar jobs available at her company, but has one major problem: she is struggling to fill positions because so many candidates fail drug tests. Show More Summary

Emily Day, Brittany Hochevar go back-to-back at Manhattan Beach

When the matchup for the women's final of the Manhattan Beach Open on Sunday became clear, it seemed No. 2-seeded Emily Day and Brittany Hochevar might have a somewhat easy time defending their title because they were going to take on the 15th-seeded team of Nicole Branagh and Brandie Wilkerson.

Phil Dalhausser, Nick Lucena dine and dash at Manhattan Beach

Call it the dine and dash of beach volleyball. Third-seeded Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena on Sunday feasted on yet another in a long line of beach volleyball victories, defeating fourth-seeded Sean Rosenthal and Trevor Crabb to win the 58th Manhattan Beach Open before a standing-room only Stadium Court crowd of about 5,000.

Angels’ Parker Bridwell grinds through his second outing against Orioles

Parker Bridwell’s second outing against his former team didn’t go quite as well as the first, although it wasn’t all his fault.

Playa del Rey task force will analyze street safety projects in the area

Recent projects aimed at pedestrian safety haven’t been popular with drivers In the midst of fierce heated public debate around road safety projects in Playa del Rey, Councilmember Mike Bonin, who represents the area, announced Friday...Show More Summary

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