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Sports Briefing | Golf: Striking Debut at Presidents Cup

9 hours agoSports / Golf : On Par

Bae Sang-moon made a dynamic debut at home in Incheon, South Korea, in his first Presidents Cup, making a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to win a crucial fourball match.

Inter-session: Setting the stage for Day 3 of the Presidents Cup

14 hours agoSports / Golf : Devil Ball Golf

Now we have ourselves a ballgame in South Korea.  The Internationals, desperate after losing Day 1 of the Presidents Cup to the U.S. by a 4-1 count, made a strong comeback in the Friday session of five fourball (best ball) matches, cutting...Show More Summary

Scientists Hope To Clone A Woolly Mammoth Using 10,000 Year Old Mammoth Skin Preserved In Permafrost

Russian scientists are working with cloning experts in South Korea to resurrect the extinct woolly mammoth. The scientists hope to find living cells on a piece of 10,000 year old mammoth skin found preserved in permafrost. If living cells are found, the group plans to use the eggs of the woolly mammoth’s closest living relative,... Show More Summary

Internationals show heart with Presidents Cup comeback

Team rallies to cut U.S. lead after Day 2 in South Korea.        

Fans in South Korea are world's most polite golf fans

Dustin Johnson says sometimes he can't tell if fans favor U.S. or Internationals.        

South Korea's Ha Na Jang Leads LPGA Malaysia

yesterdaySports / Golf : On Par

South Korea's Ha Na Jang used a late three-hole birdie run to take a one-stroke lead Friday in the LPGA Malaysia.

South Korea's Ha Na Jang leads LPGA Malaysia

South Korea's Ha Na Jang shoots 6-under 65 to take 1-shot lead in LPGA Malaysia        

Inter-session: Looking back on Day 1, forward to Day 2 at the Presidents Cup

The U.S. Presidents Cup team carries a huge 4-1 edge into Day 2 of the Presidents Cup after winning all but one of five alternate-shot matches on Thursday in South Korea. The format changes for the Friday (Thursday night in the U.S.)...Show More Summary

Hack attempts on Clinton server came from China, Korea

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

Hillary Clinton’s private email server was repeatedly hit by attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany.

USA in command at Presidents Cup

The United States take a 4-1 lead over the International team in the foursomes at the Presidents Cup in South Korea.

Samsung's Lee Family Tops Forbes Inaugural Lis of Asia's Richest Families

SINGAPORE (October 8, 2015) – Forbes Asia today launched its inaugural ranking of the top 50 Asian business dynasties. South Korea’s Lee family, who controls the Samsung Group, tops the list with a combined wealth of US$26.6 billion. The full list can be found here and in the latest issue [...]

Confirmed: China, South Korea and Germany Tried to Hack Clinton's Private Email Server

We've heard for months now from technology security experts about the strong likelihood the private server used by former Secretary of State...

Bush is hanging out at the Presidents Cup

2 days agoSports / Golf : USAToday: Golf

George W. Bush is hanging out with the U.S. Presidents Cup team in South Korea        

Mickelson proves his Presidents Cup worth after doubts

2 days agoSports / Golf : USAToday: Golf

Mickelson and Johnson won their first match team play in South Korea.        

Rosneft Subsidiary Wins Korean Airlines Fuel Tender

Russia’s largest oil company will supply fuel to South Korea’s national airline starting November 1, 2015.

Doraemon Visits South Korea.

Doraemon Visits South Korea. Seoul, South Korea. By Lexi. Read more...

American charged in 1997 South Korea murder pleads not guilty

SEOUL (Reuters) - An American accused of murdering a South Korean college student in the bathroom of a Seoul Burger King 18 years ago pleaded not guilty on Thursday after his extradition from the United States last month.

Putting Kings Will Be Presidents Champions-Nicklaus

2 days agoSports / Golf : On Par

Jack Nicklaus concedes he was in a less-than-generous mood when he designed the course being used for the Presidents Cup in South Korea but is happy with recent changes to the greens and says precise putting will trump big hitting this week.

Clinton subject to hack attempts from China, Korea, Germany

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email server, which stored some 55,000 pages of emails from her time as secretary of state, was the subject of attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany after...Show More Summary

A Presidents Cup primer, explaining this biennial matchup

The 11th Presidents Cup kicks off on Thursday from Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea in, as you might guess, Incheon, South Korea. It's the biennial match pitting the Americans against the Internationals, a team formed from picking players...Show More Summary

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