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Day 3 of the Britsh Open at Royal Birkdale

On Saturday, Spieth kept on rolling, playing bogey-free golf and never giving Kuchar or anyone else an opening. "I'll be playing with him but not focused on him", Kuchar said. The 7-under round moved him to 6 under overall and after being just two shots off the lead at one stage, he finished in third place and six shots behind champion Jordan Spieth . Read More »

Three Israelis stabbed to death in West Bank settlement: army


Mr Abbas said contacts with Israel would be suspended on "all levels". According to the official, a grandfather and two of his children died, while the grandmother was wounded. Israeli police have used force to disperse Palestinian worshippers near the Lion's Gate in Jerusalem . "We are examining other options and alternatives that will ensure security", Mordechai said in an interview with Al-Jazeera. Read More »

Palestinians bury dead in frantic bid to hide bodies from Israeli police

He called on Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to condemn what he said was a "slaughter". The Friends of Al-Aqsa (FOA) - an NGO defending the human rights of Palestinians and protecting the sacred al-Aqsa Sanctuary - said in a statement on its website: "Israel in order to create greater control over Al-Aqsa has, under the guise of security, created new measures". Read More »

McCain's former primary challenger calls for his resignation


John McCain to wish him well following McCain's cancer diagnosis . Flake's GOP challenger: McCain should resign Senators who have felt McCain's wrath talk of their respect for him MORE (R-Ariz.) - said this week that "the medical reality of [McCain's] diagnosis is grim", and he should consider stepping down and having her take his place. Read More »

Jordan Spieth wins thrilling British Open


But it all went wrong from the jump. Kuchar is still by far the best-placed to deny Spieth, though, and the duo will again go out together in the final pairing on Sunday afternoon. The 23-year-old calmly collected three birdies on the front nine and with Kuchar keeping pace, the pair kept the rest of the field at arm's length. Read More »

Dustin Johnson shoots 64 at The Open

Though Sunday morning's weather was dry, bright and calm, the winds are anticipated to pick up by the time Spieth and Kuchar - who is yet to win a major - take to the course. "I think I'm in a position where it can be very advantageous, just everything I've gone through, the good, the bad and everything in the middle". "I understand that leads can be squandered quickly". Read More »

Liberman: Israel can manage without Palestinian security cooperation

Israel's minister of public security says metal detectors set at the entrance to a major Jerusalem shrine that angered Palestinians could be removed if police have another way of ensuring security there. Palestinian medical sources have reported , Friday, that Israeli soldiers killed a young Palestinian man, after shooting him with a live round to the heart, in Abu Dis town, east of occupied East Jerusalem . Read More »

Meghan McCain shares photo of her with father, John McCain, on hike


One day after McCain's brain cancer diagnosis was revealed, Kelli Ward, who ran against McCain past year, was already talking about the possibility of taking over his Senate seat . Ward in her statement said that her prayers were with McCain's family, adding: 'I hope and pray that Senator McCain will be comfortable as he battles this awful disease'. Read More »

Minneapolis Police Shooting Witness Emerges


Their relationship was strained, particularly after the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Jamar Clark during a confrontation with two white police officers in 2015. Police Chief Janee (juh-NAY') Harteau (har-TOH') has dismissed that notion. Bob Kroll, president of the Police Officers Federation, applauded Harteau's resignation and the appointment of Arrando, and said Hodges should step down, too. Read More »

What Trump's team is saying on pardons


He went on to say whether a president could pardon themselves remains an open question. But Scaramucci also said on "Fox News Sunday": "I'm in the Oval Office with the President last week, we're talking about that". "He was just making the statement about the power of pardons". "There's nothing to pardon from". It is odd and troubling that once again Trump is highlighting his power as president to issue pardons. Read More »

Free Iranian citizens, Iran tells U.S. in response to Trump


Tehran called on the U.S. to release all Iranian citizens now detained in the country, reported Iranian state news agency on Saturday. Later on Saturday the spokesman for Iran's foreign ministry, Bahram Ghasemi, rejected the US demand calling it "intervention" in Iranian internal affairs, the official IRNA news agency reported. Read More »

'Jordanian man killed in shooting at Israeli embassy in Amman'

An Israeli man is in a serious condition after being wounded in the incident which also included a stabbing, it is reported. Jordanian security forces deployed in the streets around the embassy, an AFP correspondent said. Meanwhile, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to the Americans that his country would never change the status quo using the new security measures at Al-Aqsa Mosque, an Israeli news website reported. Read More »

Spieth's British Open lead evaporates on front nine

Then No. 13 proved to be both unlucky and miraculous for the eventual victor. Spieth sliced his tee shot more than 60 yards right , over a tall sand dune near the driving range. "Back in 1980 at the U.S. Open, one of the big names in golf "blew a three-footer on the final hole for 62", according to". THE FINAL round of the 2017 British Open starts tonight at Royal Birkdale. Read More »

Turkey's president in Gulf to tackle Qatar rift


Mr Erdogan will visit Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and then Qatar as he tries to resolve the dispute. Doha, for its part, denies the accusation and describes the blockade as a violation of worldwide law. United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Foreign Relations Anwar al-Gargash responded in a Twitter post late Saturday that dialogue is necessary, but that Qatar must review its policies since repeating its previous positions only "deepens the crisis". Read More »

Hillary Clinton Has Last Laugh at Trump's Pardon Jokes


As we know now, Clinton didn't do anything wrong, while Trump has engaged in clear obstruction of justice, and his campaign engaged in a clear pattern of collusion with Russian Federation. United States intelligence agencies have accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of approving an influence campaign to sway the November 2016 vote in Trump's favor, allegations rejected by the Kremlin. Read More »

MKM Partners Lowers ClubCorp Holdings, Inc. (MYCC) to Neutral

Nationwide Fund Advsrs stated it has 94,652 shares or 0.01% of all its holdings. The average numbers of shares are traded in a security per day, during the recent 3-month period. Creative Planning has 0% invested in ClubCorp Holdings Inc (NYSE:MYCC) for 2,400 shares. If you are reading this report on another site, it was stolen and reposted in violation of United States & global copyright law. Read More »

Senate Health Bill's prospects worsen after procedural setback


The Senate Republican health care bill has run into another major problem, as key anti-abortion provisions - a major selling point to conservatives - have been ruled to run afoul of Senate rules, endangering them altogether. Those include allowing states to waive a long list of insurance protections, including the ACA's essential health benefits and preexisting coverage guarantees. Read More »

$0.23 EPS Expected for Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc (POT)

The company had revenue of $1.11 billion during the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $999.41 million. It closed at $17.97 lastly. Year to date Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. Analysts predict that Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan will post $0.62 EPS for the current year. Investors sentiment increased to 1.17 in Q4 2016. Read More »

Man's body discovered in Brockton hotel

On Friday, at around 10:30 p.m., Podgurski flagged down Brockton Police and directed officers to her third-floor apartment at 42 Green Brockton. Authorities said it does not appear to be a random incident, and there is no threat to public safety. Police were alerted to the body by someone who reported a foul odor near the Elm Court Hotel. Read More »

Syrian Army Declares Ceasefire in Eastern Ghouta From Saturday's Noon

Analysts warn it is unclear whether the deal can be enforced. Russian Federation had signed a deal with Syrian rebels, VOA News reported , outlining how the safe zones would operate during peace talks in Cairo earlier in the day. In May, the Russian military announced a so-called "memorandum on the creation of de-escalation areas" after talks in Kazakhstan's capital, Astana. Read More »

Odell Beckham Jr. makes special trip to visit sick Texas boy


It came just five days after the father of teammate Weston Richburg asked if Beckham could make the young boy's wish come true. Ponce has been diagnosed with malignant rhabdoid tumor; it is a rare childhood cancer , with only 20 to 25 new cases in the United States each year. Read More »

Tehran, Baghdad agree on military cooperation - Iran state media


The Iraqi defense minister is scheduled to meet other top Iranian political and defense officials, according to IRNA. The Iraqi defense minister, for his part, thanked Iran for supporting Iraq in the fight against terrorism, saying it played "a decisive role" in the Arab country's triumph over Daesh. Read More »