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Henrik Stenson won the season-ending World Tour Championship on Sunday to become the first player to sweep the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup and European Tour's Race to Dubai.
It was supposed to make the stock market run smoother and more efficiently. But the near-total computerization of stock trading in the U.S. led once again to a huge technical glitch that, for three hours on Thursday, stopped trading altogether on the Nasdaq Stock Market, with investors unable to buy or sell a long list of heavily traded tech stocks from Apple to Facebook.
Watson birdied the first three holes, parred the rest of the holes on the front and reached even par for the tournament with a birdie on No. 10. But things began to fall apart at Amen Corner.
Among the people who "do more before breakfast than most others do all day," Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins is atop the list. What he does really is brain surgery, and not just brain surgery, but brain surgery on infants, the most delicate of patients.
Venezuelans have long had to shop around to find scarce foods. Consumers have had particular trouble lately finding staples such as chicken, cooking oil, sugar and coffee, as well as toilet paper and some medicines.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is confronting "new complications" because of a respiratory infection nearly three weeks after undergoing cancer surgery, his vice president said in Cuba as he visited the ailing leader for the first time since his operation.
Natasha Trethewey smashes stereotypes about poets. She's not stuffy. Or shy. Or aloof.
Jason Aldean admits it was really hard to keep his big announcement a secret. It was a doozy, after all.
There has never been a concert at the University of Georgia's Sanford Stadium, and after Jason Aldean stages one there next spring, there never will be again.
Even after the collapse of Wall Street financier Bernard L. Madoff in 2009, investors are still learning the hard way that if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is, with the Securities and Exchange Commission cracking down on a growing number of Ponzi schemes in the years since Madoff's financial empire collapsed.
According to a study released Thursday, the "he-she" gap in books — one that has always favored the masculine pronoun — has dramatically narrowed in recent decades.
A few years ago Dierks Bentley went hard against country music convention by releasing a rockin' bluegrass-roots album. He's decided to break the rules again.
The first new case of mad cow disease in the U.S. since 2006 has been discovered in a dairy cow in California, but health authorities said Tuesday the animal never was a threat to the nation's food supply.