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Kisner dropped three strokes on the last three holes to finish one-over 72, giving him a tally of seven-under 206 for 54 holes at the year's final Major. He finished the day with three birdies, four bogeys and two double bogeys but what hurt even more was the small tap- ins that did not fall and the chips that were way below his standards.
  • Politics, science don't agree on climate change

    Politics, science don't agree on climate change

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    What we do know, however, is that President Donald Trump's refusal to accept the obvious about the planet's changing climate is more than embarrassing. For instance, 2016 saw record Arctic land temperatures, record temperatures for lakes around the world, record levels of serious drought globally, and "a record low value" for the "mass of the Greenland Ice Sheet, which has the capacity to contribute ~7 m [23 feet] to sea level rise".
  • Kenya's election:Riots break out in opposition stronghold over contested result

    Kenya's election:Riots break out in opposition stronghold over contested result

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    Kenyan opposition coalition on Thursday demanded the election commission declare that the opposition leader Raila Odinga as the President-elect of Kenya , claiming election victory of Tuesday's election. "We have our results and they don't match what IEBC is streaming on their portal", he said. "We have caught them". Initial claims suggest that at least three protesters were killed in the turbulence.
  • Almost seven in 10 judge Congress a failure so far

    Almost seven in 10 judge Congress a failure so far

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    President Trump gets the approval of 38% of Americans in the CNN poll . When President Trump's chose to throw his weight behind a plan to slash legal immigration last week, the way many people heard about it was through a pair of dramatic exchanges between reporters and Stephen Miller, a White House senior adviser who is among the hardest of hardliners on immigration in the administration.
  • Shares in Snap Inc. (SNAP) Acquired by Dubuque Bank & Trust Co

    Shares in Snap Inc. (SNAP) Acquired by Dubuque Bank & Trust Co

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  • What This Weekend's Perseid Meteor Shower Will Actually Look Like

    What This Weekend's Perseid Meteor Shower Will Actually Look Like

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    When the Earth approaches the waste, it attracts them. NASA's meteor expert, Bill Cooke, says the Perseids "can be the warm-up act". "[No] such thing is going to happen", Cooke says. However, the nearly full moon may make some of them hard to see. Every August we get a chance to enjoy a Perseid Meteor Shower and we are on top of this year's celestial feast - when the Earth passes through the dust and debris of the Swift-Tuttle comet.
  • Remove Sharif as party chief : ECP to PML-N

    Remove Sharif as party chief : ECP to PML-N

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    Pakistan's Opposition leader Imran Khan on Thursday took a dig at former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's defiant roadshow from Islamabad to Lahore , terming it a "Corruption Bachao" rally. He was joined by his replacement as premier, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi . He reiterated that neither he and nor any of his family members were involved in corruption.
  • North Korea Releases Captive Canadian Pastor After Two Years of Hard Labor

    North Korea Releases Captive Canadian Pastor After Two Years of Hard Labor

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    On Wednesday, North Korea's KCNA news agency said he was released on " sick bail ". North Korea freed Heyon Soo Lim, a Canadian pastor , who had been jailed in the country for two and a half years. The measure is part of the new round of sanctions adopted on August 5 by the United Nations Security Council in response to North Korea's nuclear and missile activities in clear violation of previous U.N.
  • Venezuela using excessive force to suppress protests, says UN

    Venezuela using excessive force to suppress protests, says UN

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    The new constitutional assembly has signalled it will act swiftly in following Maduro's commands, voting to replace chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega Diaz with a government loyalist and to create a "truth commission" that will wield unusual power to prosecute and levy sentences, The Independent reported.
  • What lies ahead for Pakistan's former prime minister?

    What lies ahead for Pakistan's former prime minister?

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    The march is taking place amid tight security, with large numbers of police officers and paramilitary soldiers deployed both in Islamabad and along the Grand Trunk Road, the main highway connecting the capital with Lahore. Local analysts view the rally announced by the party as an aggressive attempt to remain in the limelight by a politician who has never been allowed to complete any of his three terms as premier over the last 27 years.
  • Feds flip sides on voting case

    Feds flip sides on voting case

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    Ohio' s system for removing inactive voters from the rolls does not violate the National Voter Registration Act , the Justice Department said Monday. Civil rights groups previous year challenged Ohio's process, arguing that such purges are prohibited under the National Voter Registration Act. The facts of the case didn't change, but the person in charge at the White House did.