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Golf: USA clinch Presidents Cup over Internationals

JERSEY CITY: The United States clinched their 10th Presidents Cup on Sunday (Oct 1), polishing off a punishing victory over the International team. The win was in the bag when Daniel Berger went 3 up with three to play against South Korean Kim Si-Woo – assuring himself of at least half a point to go with the half-point gained by ...

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Small City USA nightmares | Opinion

During the first two weeks of September, there were three major news developments involving deadly violence that received scant attention from the national media. • Richmond, Va., the capital of the Old South for the Confederacy during the Civil War, was the scene of nine homicides within an eight-day span. That’s why Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney, obviously exasperated, called on ...

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World War 3: USA threatens North Korea with military drills in the South China Sea | World | News

On Saturday, F-18 Super Hornet jet fighters were deployed from Washington’s largest US warship in Asia – USS ‘Ronald Reagan’ – in what was described as a “routine” exercise.  The drills indictate how tensions have escalated on the Korean peninsula amid fears of a nuclear war breaking out.  Rear Admiral Marc Dalton, commander of the Reagan’s strike group, said that ...

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No let up as USA aim for record Presidents Cup win

Jersey City – With the United States just one win away from a 10th Presidents Cup crown, captain Steve Stricker is urging his players not to let up. “Strick has been very, very adamant about “I want to win every single session this week,” said US star Jordan Spieth. “And I think that’s a really good goal for our team ...

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