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I'm excited to play. Indeed. Conners, who finished six strokes out of Monday qualifying but got in the field anyway as the third alternate when Kyle Stanley withdrew from the event, has led after every round this week at the Valspar. "I am excited", he said. Then he made his major mistake of the day, hitting over the green at the 13th, leaving him with a almost impossible chip that he left in a bunker.
  • HHS Planning 'Peaceful Recognition Ceremony' to Honor Parkland, Fla

    HHS Planning 'Peaceful Recognition Ceremony' to Honor Parkland, Fla

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    Superintendent Steve Hopkins said last week that he hadn't heard of any planned walkouts but that his initial reaction wasn't to punish students . Abby Brooks says enough was enough when the first school shooting happened. "It can cause damage; that's the bottom line", Young said. Eight of the 16 students supported banning assault-style weapons. It would be worth the money, Baldridge said.
  • Wenger's nightmare continues as Arsenal lose away to Brighton

    Wenger's nightmare continues as Arsenal lose away to Brighton

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    Cech was beaten to a high ball following a corner to the back post, and Lewis Dunk slotted the loose ball home from the edge of the six-yard box in the seventh minute. A deserved Brighton second duly arrived on 26 minutes when Laurent Koscielny conceded possession and the ball was worked to Gross on the right.
  • Oscars 2018: how to watch and what to expect

    Oscars 2018: how to watch and what to expect

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    This is THE red carpet of all red carpet events for celebrities around the world. Network itself, who ran an investigation into the accusations. Until Sunday (March 4) rolls around, that's the big question as awards season winds down, with the Academy Awards still being the top prize of all for filmmakers and actors.
  • Ronda Rousey tweets following events on Monday Night Raw

    Ronda Rousey tweets following events on Monday Night Raw

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    This led to Rousey slamming Triple H through a table and sending McMahon cowering towards the back. Ronda Rousey demanded an apology from Stephanie McMahon . As Rousey suggested in her tweet, she will likely take the microphone and explain the events of the previous night. The former UFC Bantamweight Champion at the pay-per-view slammed Triple H through a table after which she was slapped on the face by Stephanie.
  • Should the Colts Trade for Seahawks D Lineman Michael Bennett?

    Should the Colts Trade for Seahawks D Lineman Michael Bennett?

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    In fact, Schneider said added to it. The Seahawks did this on a more limited basis last offseason, very publicly floating Sherman as a potential trade target. The city and the Northwest have embraced everything we want to do. Seattle is expected to re-sign free agent Bradley McDougald, who can play either safety spot, and a year ago drafted safeties Delano Hill and Tedric Thompson, each of whom were intriguingly mentioned by Schneider on Friday.
  • US State Dept approves delivery of Javelin missile system to Ukraine

    US State Dept approves delivery of Javelin missile system to Ukraine

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    The president of Ukraine has applauded the anticipated $47 million deal, saying providing the country with lethal weapons shows the U.S.is serious about protecting its allies. The Kremlin has repeatedly said supplying weapons to Ukraine would further destabilize the situation. In late December, US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the United States planned to provide Ukraine with military assistance so that the country can protect its territorial integrity, in a way that ...
  • WH Slams Oakland Mayor's 'Outrageous' Warning on ICE Raid

    WH Slams Oakland Mayor's 'Outrageous' Warning on ICE Raid

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    ICE said those arrested included several people with convictions for crimes such as assault with a deadly weapon, including a man who had been previously deported to Mexico eight times. "ICE will also likely have to detain individuals arrested in California in detention facilities outside of the state, far from any family they may have in California".
  • Yahoo! Sports: Former Shocker Fred VanVleet involved in federal investigation

    Yahoo! Sports: Former Shocker Fred VanVleet involved in federal investigation

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    The documents also link college basketball stars Miles Bridges , Collin Sexton and Wendell Carter to "specific extra benefits" for themselves or their families, according to Yahoo. This was a very Mark Dantonio-like approach, basically stating that he doesn't believe that he, nor his student-athletes or staff violated NCAA rules.
  • Major study backs efficacy of antidepressants

    Major study backs efficacy of antidepressants

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    We found that the most commonly used antidepressants are more effective than placebo, with some more effective than others. Lead author Dr Andrea Cipriani outlined, "Our findings are relevant for adults experiencing a first or second episode of depression ― the typical population seen in general practice".
  • United Kingdom growth in 2017 downgraded as consumer spending slows

    United Kingdom growth in 2017 downgraded as consumer spending slows

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    However, the number of people in work grew by less than expected, rising by 88,000, about half the consensus forecast in a Reuters poll of economists. However, Samuel Tombs, Pantheon Macroeconomics chief United Kingdom economist, said: 'This is not an economy that needs cooling with higher interest rates.
  • Doctors In India Remove Largest Brain Tumor Ever

    Doctors In India Remove Largest Brain Tumor Ever

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    Pal had swelling on his scalp, headaches, heaviness and complete blindness in both eyes as a result of the tumor. He had been to three hospitals in Uttar Pradesh before the procedure in Mumbai but the doctors in those places had termed the tumor untreatable.
  • Students and protesters march on State Capitol for stricter gun control laws

    Students and protesters march on State Capitol for stricter gun control laws

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    Across the country sister movements are emerging to support the Parkland students, such as Student Walkout Against Gun Violence, which is organizing protests under the Twitter handle @studentswalkout. Trump suggested offering "a little bit of a bonus" for trained teachers who are armed and providing federal funds to train them. Starting about two minutes after this meeting, we're going to work.
  • Atiku reacts to bomb blasts in Borno

    Atiku reacts to bomb blasts in Borno

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    There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but the use of suicide bombers in crowded areas is a hallmark of Boko Haram, an armed group waging a violent campaign in the area since 2009. "We all ran for safety after the first thunderous blast occurred". Three suicide bombers also died mstantlt during the attack. The official said the deceased and those in critical conditions have been moved to the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital and Maiduguri general hospital.
  • Man suspected in girl's kidnapping to appear in court in Mississippi

    Man suspected in girl's kidnapping to appear in court in Mississippi

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    Thomas Lawton Evans, 37, from Charleston County, identified as the driver of the vehicle in which Todd was found, was arrested in MS, according to ABC News 4 . "The individual was not invited into the residence", said Interim Charleston Police Chief Jerome Taylor earlier. However, the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued a $10,000 reward for information leading to the girl's recovery.
  • The Flu Isn't Playing Around This Year. Here's How to Fight Back

    The Flu Isn't Playing Around This Year. Here's How to Fight Back

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    The vaccine provided 59 percent protection against H3N2 in children 8 and younger. There are three major strains of flu virus circulating at the moment, causing one of the worst flu seasons in recent years. Also, the CDC recommends that individuals avoid close contact with sick people, avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth, and clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs.
  • First medical marijuana sale in Pennsylvania is done

    First medical marijuana sale in Pennsylvania is done

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    This stage of the implementation process is taking place ahead of schedule, less than two years after Gov. Tom Wolf signed Act 16 into law. About 700 doctors have registered for the program and 376 have completed the training to become certified.
  • Blood Test for Concussion OK'd

    Blood Test for Concussion OK'd

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    The FDA reviewed the product's performance by comparing blood test results with CT scan results. A sizeable number do not, as the FDA points out. The test is created to detect two brain cells' proteins that can drain into the bloodstream after a head injury.
  • Flu vaccines just 25% effective against worst strain this year, CDC says

    Flu vaccines just 25% effective against worst strain this year, CDC says

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    Each year, around 50 percent of all children under 5 years old who die from the flu were previously healthy, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ). Children under the age of 6 months can not get vaccinated for the flu, so they need protected in other ways. A flu warning sign and a hand sanitizer station now greet visitors in the lobby of Cooper University Hospital in Camden as the hospital deals with an unusually busy flu season.
  • Pyeongchang Olympics, part 1

    Pyeongchang Olympics, part 1

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    The two are easily confused, but there is a world of difference between them: Pyongyang is the capital of nuclear-armed North Korea , while Pyeongchang is the South Korean region hosting the Winter Olympics. North Korean athletes "are not really participating in the Olympics", said the father of American student Otto Warmbier , who died a year ago after his release from imprisonment in North Korea.
  • Ronald Koeman

    Ronald Koeman "proud" to take on Holland coaching post

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    He replaces Dick Advocaat , who oversaw the country's unsuccessful World Cup qualification campaign for Russian Federation this summer. For a country with great global pedigree-the Netherlands finished runners-up at the 2010 World Cup and in third place at Brazil 2014-Koeman will be eager to get them back to those great heights.