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Topic - Danny Lee
A Yukon, Okla., man on federal death row for the slayings of three members of an Arkansas family wants a judge to reconsider his denial of a request for a hearing that could lead to a new trial.
Long after the fog cleared at TPC San Antonio, Phil Mickelson remained shrouded in an increasingly alarming funk with the Masters two weeks away.
A federal judge has rejected a request for a new hearing for an Oklahoma man on federal death row for the slayings of an Arkansas family.
Danny Lee would not fit that adage of "horses for courses" in golf.
Matt Every made the best of the worst conditions Thursday at Innisbrook. Danny Lee, finally, seems to be playing good golf in any weather.
Chesson Hadley dreamed about a day like this as a child - other than the tossing and turning in bed and queasy stomach.
Chesson Hadley took the third-round lead Saturday in the Puerto Rico Open, shooting a 5-under 67 in windy conditions at Trump International.
A lawyer for an Oklahoma man sentenced to die for the slayings of three members of an Arkansas family asked a federal judge Friday to grant a hearing on whether his death sentence should be overturned.
A man sentenced to die for the slayings of an Arkansas gun dealer and his family is to argue before a federal judge on Friday for a new sentencing hearing on grounds that the results of an invalid test were put before the jury.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A judge is scheduled to hear a request later this month to overturn the federal death sentence handed down to an Oklahoma man convicted of killing an Arkansas family in 1996 as part of a conspiracy to overthrow the federal government and create a whites-only nation in the Pacific Northwest.
Raleigh native Chesson Hadley shot a 64 on Sunday for a two-stroke victory at the Web.com Tour's Rex Hospital Open.