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The Americans are assured of being in the lead going into the final round of the rain-plagued Presidents Cup.
Another rain delay cut short some exceptional golf Friday in the Presidents Cup.
The Americans survived a late rally Thursday and put the International team in a familiar hole at the Presidents Cup.
Starting in October, the fast-growing atheism assembly will launch satellite congregations across England, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, Australia and the United States.
Washington is once again hurtling toward a budget crisis, but you couldn't tell from the travel itineraries of members of Congress.
U.S. diplomatic missions lowered the American flag to half staff Tuesday to honor the victims of the Washington Navy Yard shooting, as foreign officials and diplomats sent condolences to the White House and the families of the 12 victims killed in the rampage.
A group of female leaders from more than 35 countries will meet at the first International Women's Earth and Climate Summit in New York this month to draft a "Women's Climate Action Agenda."
Poetry is for lovers, and particularly for the lovers of the language, who linger over words, letters and syllables to marvel how the masters organize words into disciplined choirs and make them sing to the ages. The master of the masters, Seamus Heaney, 74, died last week, remembered by everyone who appreciates a lyrical turn of phrase as "a great oak," fallen.
Nathan Smith won the deciding point in the United States' 17-9 victory over Britain and Ireland in the Walker Cup on Sunday, beating England's Nathan Kimsey 4 and 3 in the fifth singles match at historic National Golf Links of America.