DraftKings fantasy golf picks: Travelers Championship 2017

DraftKings fantasy golf picks: Travelers Championship 2017

Open where he needed 122 putts. And it doesn't favor any particular style. "I was really kind of reeling coming to the U.S. Open the way I was feeling about my game". He shot rounds of 78-71. When each of them officially committed to this event, Bessette is often the first to hear about it, either through phone call or text message, from the player or his agent. Read More

Barrasso: Republicans 'putting final touches' on health care bill

The Senate proposal cuts off Medicaid expansion more gradually than the House bill, but would enact deeper long-term cuts to the health-care program for low-income Americans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-K.Y., seen speaking to reporters on Tuesday, is set to release a draft of the Senate's version of the Republican health care bill on Thursday . Read More

McCain: Americans 'stupid' to travel to North Korea

Chris Coons wonders why anyone still travels to North Korea , and says the death of American student Otto Warmbier after a year-long imprisonment in the communist dictatorship is "tantamount to murder ". Ambassador to South Korea: Well, I certainly think it's a reminder to us that the threat and the danger that North Korea poses, not just to the United States, but to the region and the world, goes even beyond its nuclear missile programs, which we have been so rightly focused on in ... Read More

Saudi says captures three Iranian Revolutionary Guards from boat

Saudi says captures three Iranian Revolutionary Guards from boat

The Saudi Information and Culture Ministry said in a statement quoted by Agence France-Presse that three captured Iranians, identified as members of the Revolutionary Guards Corps, had been caught late Friday as their boat approached the Saudi-owned Marjan oil field in the Gulf. Read More

The Note: The White House stressing Sessions

Speaking before a joint House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittee, Rosenstein struck a more somber tone, assuring the lawmakers that he was aware of "no secret plan" to oust Mueller. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) suggested it could lead Congress to re-establish an independent counsel statute and reappoint Mueller. Her tweet, late Tuesday, ended a day in which the White House said the president has "no intention" of firing Mueller. Read More

Donald Trump confirms he is under investigation for firing James Comey

Trump fired FBI Director James Comey in May, and that firing is now reportedly part of an investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice as president . The White House has said the president "has never asked Mr Comey or anyone else to end any investigation, including any investigation involving General Flynn". Read More

Trump slams obstruction of justice story on Twitter

But on Friday, Trump said he is being investigation for firing Comey. In his latest of four Friday morning tweets , all angry and combative, the President says he is being investigated, and appears to target Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . Read More

J&K: 6 cops killed in ambush by terrorists

A 22-year-old civilian was also killed when forces opened fire on protesters while the encounter was underway. Earlier Friday, government forces cordoned off Arwani village in the south on a tip that at least two Kashmiri rebels were hiding there, said inspector-general of police Muneer Ahmed Khan. Read More

North Korea confirms successful missile test - state media

In a May 27 article, Voice of America (VOA) reported that the USS Nimitz will join the Carl Vinson and the Ronald Reagan and their accompanying ships that make up carrier strike groups in the western Pacific. The 6,900-ton USS Cheyenne, whose home port is Pearl Harbor, arrived in the South Korean port of Busan Tuesday, as the United States steps up its own muscle-flexing in the region. Read More

Iran's Revolutionary Guard says it fired missiles due to ISIS-claimed attacks

Iran's Revolutionary Guard says it fired missiles due to ISIS-claimed attacks

Media reports said this marked the first time Iran had fired missiles as an act of war since the end of the Iran-Iraq war in 1988. Sunday's assault marked an extremely rare direct attack from the Islamic Republic amid its support for embattled Syrian president Bashar Assad. Read More

US Military Service Members Wounded In Insider Attack In Afghanistan

US Military Service Members Wounded In Insider Attack In Afghanistan

Sunday's attack was the second terror incident in Gardez within weeks. "Two were killed when they entered (the compound)", an official said. Abdul Qahar Araam, spokesman for the Afghan army's 209th Corps, had announced that an Afghan soldier shot and killed four USA troops inside the base. Read More

Poll shows most doubt Trump's respect for institutions

Poll shows most doubt Trump's respect for institutions

Beneath the 43 approval to 51 percent disapproval rating - in which 25 percent of Texans polled said they strongly approve of Trump's tenure and 44 percent said they strongly disapprove - there is some important good news for Trump: Republicans remain overwhelmingly in his corner. Read More

Cuban Ambassador to the US Criticizes President Trump's Policy Rollbacks

An AP Fact Check finds that President Donald Trump's policies on Cuba sounds a lot like President Barack Obama's old policies. But the Raul Castro-led government didn't care for Trump touting his desire to partially reverse course from the "last administration's completely one-sided deal". Read More

Who could fire special counsel Robert Mueller

Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, disputed that report. In a volley of hostility, last week media personality Rush Limbaugh took to the radio endorsing the suggestion for Trump to fire Mueller. After responding that he had not, Rosenstein reassured Shaheen of his confidence in the process. If Trump were to make such a move, he would have to order Rosenstein to fire Mueller. Read More

Sen. Kamala Harris:

Sen. Kamala Harris: "When we use our voices, we've got the power".

Powers tries to clarify which aspects of Harris's succinct and straightforward line of questioning diverted so dramatically from the hearing's goal, and eventually points out this basic fact, "It's just women who are usually called hysterical ". Read More

Baseball Gunman Was Headed Home

At the time , Euille said he did not realize Hodgkinson was living out of his van. He had been a vocal opponent of the Republican Party . Brooks and Franks were at the baseball field where the shooting happened, but Duncan had left before the gunman had opened fire . Read More

Move to beef up troops in Afghanistan could involve Fort Drum soldiers

Earlier this week, President Trump provided his defense secretary, Jim Mattis, with the authority to determine troop levels in Afghanistan. That means there are more than 6,000 American troops in Iraq and more than 900 American troops in Syria. Read More

Trump to redraw Cuba policy

Trump to redraw Cuba policy

The moves to be announced by Trump are only a partial reversal of Obama's policies, however. The new policy will ban most USA business deals with the Armed Forces Business Enterprises Group (GAESA), a sprawling conglomerate involved in all sectors of the economy, but make exceptions related to air and sea travel, the officials said. Read More

Czechs to take legal action against EU weapon directive

The case stems from a decision to relocate 160,000 migrants proportionally across the EU. Hungarian police officers stand guard at a gathering point of illegal migrants near Roszke, a village on the Serbian-Hungarian border, Hungary, on September 7, 2015. Read More

Pentagon gets authority to set USA 'troop levels' in Afghanistan

Pentagon gets authority to set USA 'troop levels' in Afghanistan

The U.S. now has 8,400 troops in Afghanistan. "I've been given some carte blanche to - to draw up a strategy or a number that's out of step with the strategy", Mattis said. These forces would help the fledgling Afghan military regain parts of the country that have fallen to the Taleban since USA forces ended their combat mission there in 2014. Read More