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DQ'd? From a pro-am? That appears to be the case for Jordan Spieth.
- The Wrap
GOP Governor Candidate in Illinois Roasted for Saying ‘Let’s Move On’ Hours After July 4 Parade Mass Shooting
Gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey has since apologized for his comments
- WLS – Chicago
A person of interest in the Highland Park parade shooting is in custody.
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SKIMS has released its all-new "Metallic Swim" collection through a glitzy campaign that sees Kim...
- Women's Health
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Joey Chestnut took matters into his own hands during the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, putting a protestor into a chokehold until security arrived.
- Yahoo Sports
The Twins turned a weird one against the White Sox.
"The only reason you’re celebrating Independence Day is because citizens were armed," the NRA tweeted. Unless you've been killed by an armed citizen.
- Rockets Wire
If Brooklyn trades Kevin Durant, @KellyIkoNBA reports that Houston is open to potentially serving as a third-team facilitator. Here’s why it could make sense for the Rockets and Nets.
On March 4, 2022, an upper-stage rocket booster slammed into the Moon. We know this much for sure. But as soon as you dig into this story, it gets weird. The central figure in this saga is Bill Gray, a software designer who wrote Guide, a sophisticated piece of programming used by professional and amateur astronomers to calculate the orbits and positions of asteroids in the sky. He wrote about this as the events happened. The object was discovered on March 14, 2015 by the Catalina Sky Survey, wh
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