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Circumstances have changed dramatically for Stacy Lewis since last year's Mobile Bay LPGA Classic, and that tournament might have been an impetus to her career surge.
The Pentagon is moving to fix cybersecurity vulnerabilities on the Navy's new Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), after computer systems that control the $440 million USS Freedom were hacked by a "red team" of network penetration testers
Canadian Ambassador Gary Doer is traveling the United States to promote the Keystone XL project as U.S. environmentalists threaten President Obama with civil unrest if he approves the proposed oil pipeline from Alberta to Texas.
China and other Asian nations have been moving aggressively to exploit the commercial potential of the Arctic as more of the region becomes accessible for development and shipping in the increasingly ice-free summer, while the U.S. appears to be dragging its feet, Icelandic President Olafur R. Grimsson told editors and reporters at The Washington Times.
Carnival Cruise Lines, which has been plagued by a string of technical problems that have left passengers stranded at port and at sea, is nonetheless moving to expand its operations.
Michelle Wie said Annika Sorenstam apologized to her for comments she made in an interview with Golf Magazine.
Yani Tseng lost the No. 1 spot in the world to Stacy Lewis three weeks ago in Phoenix, then was booted out of the Kia Classic a few days later when she overslept and missed her pro-am tee time.
Natalie Gulbis is returning to play in the Kraft Nabisco Championship after recovering from malaria.
In the course of our conversation, Richard Nixon singled out the then-relatively obscure ruler of a tiny city-state: Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew. Heaven only knows, Nixon reflected, what massive accomplishments Lee might have managed if he had led a major power.
China has grown its weapons sales by 162 percent over the last five years, allowing it to crack the top five list of arms exporters for the first time and fueling concerns of an arms race in Asia, a new report shows.
Military officials are reassessing the national defense strategy in light of spending cuts that will force the Pentagon to reduce its budget by $500 billion over the next decade, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says.
Yani Tseng is trying to recapture a youthful enthusiasm, searching for the balance of fun and precision that carried her to the top spot in women's golf.
Natalie Gulbis has withdrawn from the LPGA Founders Cup because of malaria contracted during the tour's Asian swing.
The U.S. Navy has sent its most technologically advanced ship, the highly navigable 388-foot USS Freedom, to Singapore — even as the military is facing sequester cuts.
A 31-year-old U.S. citizen, whose questionable death in June is believed by authorities in Singapore to have been a suicide, had defensive wounds on his body and hands and had tried unsuccessfully to slip his fingers under a garrote that had been wrapped tightly around his neck to end his life, his family says.