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Source: New York Times

Hubert Green, Who Won Golf’s U.S. Open Under a Threat, Dies at 71

Today 00:32 GMT

Hubert Green, whose unorthodox golf swing helped carry him to 19 PGA Tour victories, including one at the United States Open in 1977, when he continued to play despite learning of a death threat during the final round, died on Tuesday in Birmingham, Ala.

“In the end,” Dan Jenkins wrote in Sports Illustrated, “it could be said that none of the Ben Hogans or Bobby Joneses or Jack Nicklauses had ever won the Open under the very special kind of pressure that Hubert Green did.”

Source: Washington Post

Nikki Haley: ‘It is patently ridiculous for the United Nations to examine poverty in America’

Today 02:28 GMT

A United Nations report condemning entrenched poverty in the United States is a "misleading and politically motivated" document about "the wealthiest and freest country in the world," the Trump administration's top U.N. official said.

U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley criticized the report for critiquing the United States' treatment of its poor, arguing that the United Nations should instead focus on poverty in developing countries such as Burundi and Congo Republic.

Source: Washington Post

Nearly three dozen children fell ill at a Florida summer camp, and no one knows why

Today 13:38 GMT

Nearly three dozen children and three adults at a summer camp in central Florida were rushed to hospitals Thursday after they mysteriously became ill, authorities said.

Highlands County Public Safety Director Marc Bashoor said that 33 children and three parent chaperons at 4-H Camp Cloverleaf in Lake Placid became nauseated and started vomiting; some of those sickened, Bashoor said, also experienced headaches and fevers.

Source: Global News

Using ibuprofen, other common painkillers around time of conception linked to miscarriage risk

Today 19:08 GMT

Researchers compared newly pregnant women who used NSAIDs around the time of conception or early in their pregnancy to those who used acetaminophen or no painkillers, and found using NSAIDs around conception carried a more than four-fold higher risk of early miscarriage.

Using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) around the time of conception significantly increases the risk of miscarriage in the first eight weeks of pregnancy, a study suggests.

Source: NBC News

KFC is coming out with Pickle Fried Chicken — and we tried it

Today 19:10 GMT

This time the seasoned and breaded fried chicken is topped with a couple of pickle slices and smothered in a pickle sauce.

Starting on June 25, for a limited time, you can get the sour sauce drizzled all over your Extra Crispy Chicken, Extra Crispy Tenders, a Crispy Colonel Sandwich or Chicken Littles.

Source: DW

Turkey detains suspected members of Islamic State over election attack plot

Today 07:02 GMT

Some 14 suspected members of the "Islamic State" were detained and large amount of material were seized in the operation, according to Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency.

Authorities in Ankara have detained a group of foreign nationals who they say had planned an attack on this weekend's Turkish elections. Erdogan aims to extend his 15-year rule and assume sweeping new powers.

Source: Washington Post

Katie Arrington, GOP lawmaker who defeated Sanford, seriously injured in car accident

Today 19:10 GMT

Katie Arrington, a Republican legislator who defeated Rep. Mark Sanford in the South Carolina GOP primary earlier this month, was seriously injured in a car accident Friday night.

“Our thoughts and prayers this morning go to Katie Arrington, her family and those involved in last night’s automobile accident,” Sanford wrote in a tweet. “We are shocked by the news of her accident and urge all South Carolinians to keep her in their prayers,” Gov. Henry McMaster said in a tweet.

Source: Global News

Democratic Senate candidate describes D.C. as ‘dumpster fire’ in new campaign ad

Today 13:37 GMT

Republican-turned-Democrat Richard Painter, released the video on Sunday as part of his campaign in Minnesota’s Democratic primary senate race.

A chief White House ethics lawyer for former president George W. Bush has released a new campaign advertisement that likens Washington, D.C.’s current political climate to a dumpster fire. Republican-turned-Democrat Richard Painter, released the video on Sunday as part of his campaign in Minnesota’s Democratic primary senate race.

Source: The Guradian

Syrian barrel bomb attack on rebels jeopardises US-Russia deal

Today 19:09 GMT

Syrian army helicopters have dropped barrel bombs on opposition areas of the country’s south-west for the first time in a year, reports said, in defiance of American demands that president Bashar al-Assad halt the assault.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a war monitor based in Britain, said Syrian government helicopters had dropped more than 12 barrel bombs on the area, causing damage, but no reported deaths.

Source: NBC News

David and Louise Turpin, accused of torturing children, are ordered to stand trial

Today 00:32 GMT

David and Louise Turpin, the California couple accused of abusing, shackling and starving 12 of their 13 children, were ordered to stand trial Thursday on 49 counts, including torture and false imprisonment.

David Turpin, 57, is charged with one count of a lewd act on a child under the age of 14 by force, fear, or duress, as well as eight counts of perjury, while Louise Turpin, 49, is also charged with a count of assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury.

Source: New York Times

At the U.S. Open, Ball Boys and Girls Now Must Roll, Not Throw

Today 13:38 GMT

Ball girls, ball boys, ball men and ball women at the United States Open will have a very different job, starting with this summer’s tournament.

They now must roll balls on the ground rather than exchange them in the air around the court because, in simplest terms, too many just cannot throw the ball overhand well enough. Throwing — not even catching — is the toughest part of the job to master, tournament officials said, the one skill that has eliminated the most candidates who were otherwise qualified.

Source: NBC News

140 campers rescued, floating bears as Montana and Texas flood

Today 09:59 GMT

Helicopters rescued people stranded by flooding in Texas and Montana, including 140 children and counselors stuck in a mountain bible camp for two days, as severe storms swept the Rockies and the Midwest.

Campers attending the Montana Wilderness School of the Bible near the small town of Augusta were lifted out Thursday after a washed-out road cut off the only exit. Montana was just drying out from spring flooding caused by near-record snowfall over the winter when a storm unleashed rain over the past three days.

Source: Global News

A Hong Kong woman killed her parents, herself because of eczema. Is the skin condition linked to mental health?

Today 13:37 GMT

A former nursing student in Hong Kong killed her parents before taking her own life on June 17, leaving behind a suicide note that indicated she was tormented by her eczema.

The study concluded that eczema was associated with suicidal thoughts and mental health problems, however it was not linked to social problems. In another study from 2017 out of the University of Copenhagen, researchers concluded that although eczema is associated with depression, anxiety and suicidal ideation, it did not show any increase in psychiatric consultations, hospitalization or suicide.

Source: CBS News

1 more U.S. worker in Cuba has "confirmed" mystery illness

Today 09:59 GMT

Medical tests have confirmed that one additional U.S. Embassy worker has been affected by mysterious health incidents in Cuba, the State Department said, bringing the total number to 25.

U.S. medical teams are screening Americans who worked in a southern Chinese city, and the State Department has confirmed evacuating a number of government workers who experienced unexplained health issues like those that hurt the U.S. personnel in Cuba.

Source: New York Times

75 Percent of Americans Say Immigration Is Good for Country, Poll Finds

Today 19:10 GMT

Most Americans oppose the separation of immigrant families at the border, and a larger share of people than at any point since 2001 say immigration is good for the nation.

Those were just some of the findings of polls published in the past week that shed new light on attitudes toward immigration, a subject that many Americans view as a top concern ahead of this fall’s midterm elections. While most oppose President Trump’s policy of separating children from their parents at the border, fellow Republicans were more likely to support it than not, the polls found.

Source: New York Times

Matt Murphy, Master of Blues Guitar, Is Dead at 88

Tuesday 22:48 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Mexico Criticizes U.S. Over Policy Removing Immigrant Children From Parents

Wednesday 18:15 GMT
Source: Reuters

In Mexico, Trump's child separations trigger wrenching decisions

Thursday 05:16 GMT
Source: Fox News

4 common mistakes in retirement planning

Friday 06:09 GMT
Source: CBS News

China blocks talk of John Oliver for taunting leader Xi Jinping

Friday 11:51 GMT
Source: CBS News

Johnny Depp: "I was as low as I believe I could have gotten" after money and marital problems

Thursday 21:55 GMT
Source: CBS News

This "Hot Dog Water" sells for $37.99 a bottle

Thursday 21:55 GMT
Source: CBS News

Florida teen is first known human to contract virus usually found in animals

Today 13:37 GMT
Source: Reuters

Xi says China must lead way in reform of global governance

Today 19:10 GMT
Source: Washington Post

British royal family will make history this summer with its first-ever same-sex wedding

Today 19:09 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Here’s what could happen to Apple’s average selling prices in the next iPhone cycle

Today 19:08 GMT
Source: Common Domain

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Today 19:09 GMT
Source: Common Domain

What Happens When You Reach a Million Instagram Followers

Today 19:10 GMT
Source: New York Times

Coming Out to My Parents in China by Video

Today 13:37 GMT

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