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Source: BBC

Players Championship 2019: Rory McIlroy holds off Jim Furyk at Sawgrass

Monday 23:40 GMT

Rory McIlroy has won the Players Championship, beating 48-year-old Jim Furyk by one shot after a thrilling final round at Sawgrass.

2017 US PGA Championship winner Justin Thomas: Congrats to Rory McIlroy on a great win... silenced a lot of people today!.

Source: Global News

Trump defends Jeanine Pirro after comments on Rep. Ilhan Omar’s hijab

Monday 22:45 GMT

U.S. President Donald Trump defended Fox host Jeanine Pirro on Sunday after her show didn’t air following remarks about a Muslim congresswoman.

Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar likened to 9/11 terrorist in poster at Republican event. “Bring back @JudgeJeanine Pirro,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “The Radical Left Democrats, working closely with their beloved partner, the Fake News Media, is using every trick in the book to SILENCE a majority of our Country.

Source: Fox News

Doug Collins: House vote to make Mueller report public a failed stunt by Dems

Monday 22:45 GMT

The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, voted for the resolution calling for any final report in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation to be made public, but told Fox News on Sunday it was unnecessary.

“It was a political stunt by the Democrats who felt that they could divide Republicans into voting no upon it because at the end of the day after I looked at it, when they dropped it … they said this is nothing but simply a first-year law student’s restatement of what the regular regulations say that Mr. (Attorney General William) Barr is going to have to do,” he said on “Sunday Morning Futures” with Maria Bartiromo.

Source: BBC

Israeli top court bans far-right candidate

Monday 08:03 GMT

Israel's Supreme Court has disqualified the leader of the far-right Jewish Power party, Michael Ben-Ari, from next month's elections.

The court's decision marks the first time that a single candidate - not an entire party - has been banned from running in elections since electoral law changes were adopted in 2002.

Source: Global News

Canadian teen Bianca Andreescu claims historic victory at BNP Paribas Open

Monday 08:03 GMT

The unseeded 18-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., upset eighth-seeded German Angelique Kerber 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 in the women’s final at the BNP Paribas Open on Sunday.

‘A dream come true’: Bianca Andreescu thrilled to be Canada’s new No. 1. “Hopefully this moment can be a great inspiration for many young athletes because like I always say if you believe in yourself anything is possible,” Andreescu said afterwards in her on-court interview.

Source: The Guradian

‘My critics need to look in the mirror’ – Bottas hits out after Australian GP win

Monday 20:00 GMT

Valtteri Bottas hit out at his detractors and claimed he has entered the new season with a fresh approach after an emphatic win at the Australian Grand Prix.

After his victory, Bottas issued a curt riposte to his critics over the radio and elaborated by saying that he felt much of it had been undeserved. They have accepted they did not extract the best from their car but believe it is fundamentally strong.

Source: CTV

Liberals block Conservatives' attempt to delay budget

Monday 16:21 GMT

The Liberals have foiled a Conservative plan to delay Tuesday’s budget by forcing up to 40 hours of votes in the House of Commons to protest what the Tories say is a “gag order” on former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould. The Conservatives’ filibuster-like tactic of scheduling 257 fiscal votes starting on Monday evening will no longer be possible after the Liberals moved the Conservatives’ “opposition day” from Monday to Wednesday, after the budget is already delivered.

Source: BBC

Six Nations 2019: Eddie Jones seeks help to fix England's mental weakness

Monday 21:50 GMT

Jones claims the flaw is a result of England's traumatic group exit from their own World Cup four years ago, but is adamant it will be rectified in time for this year's tournament, which starts in September in Japan.

England's most capped scrum-half Ben Youngs rejected Jones' explanation as to why the team is vulnerable to self-inflicted wounds, although there was no hiding his frustration at a bewildering disintegration against Scotland.

Source: CTV

Bottles and rocks thrown at huge Waterloo St. Patrick's Day party

Monday 20:55 GMT

First responders in Waterloo, Ont., say there have been multiple injuries and reports of rocks and bottles being thrown at an unsanctioned St. Patrick’s Day street party near Wilfrid Laurier University.

There was a heavy police presence on Sunday in the nation’s capital, but police told CTV Ottawa early on Sunday afternoon that there had not yet been any reports of vandalism or overdoses.

Source: Global News

B.C. Court of Appeal to hear province’s challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion Monday

Monday 20:55 GMT

British Columbia’s Court of Appeal will consider a key question regarding provincial powers in the political battle over the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project during a five-day hearing that starts Monday.

B.C. indigenous and environmental groups blast NEB approval of Trans Mountain pipeline. Last month, the board found that the pipeline is still in the public interest despite the risk that an increase in tanker traffic could adversely affect southern resident killer whales, hurt related Indigenous culture and increase greenhouse gas emissions.

Source: Global News

How Osama bin Laden’s 30-year-old son Hamza rose to prominence in Al-Qaida

Monday 20:55 GMT

Hamza bin Laden’s Saudi citizenship revoked, U.S. offers $1M reward to find him. Those measures suggest that international officials believe the now 30-year-old militant is an increasingly serious threat.

Osama bin Laden’s son Hamza reportedly marries daughter of 9/11 hijacker. Hamza, whose name means “lion” or “strength” in Arabic, was a toddler when the bin Ladens’ life in exile began.

Source: Global News

‘We all got abandoned’: B.C. family among hundreds stranded without their luggage in India

Monday 20:55 GMT

A B.C. family is among hundreds of Canadians who have been left stranded and frustrated in India without their luggage days after their Air Canada flight flew out of Vancouver.

Birk said that since they arrived in India, two other flights have also flown into New Delhi from Vancouver — both without their luggage.

Source: Fox News

Mick Mulvaney defends Trump after New Zealand massacre, says president 'not a white supremacist'

Monday 20:00 GMT

Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said Sunday that President Trump was not a white supremacist and it was unfair to characterize the New Zealand gunman who slaughtered 50 people in a terrorist attack at two mosques as a supporter of Trump.

Mulvaney comments came during a discussion on “Fox News Sunday” with Chris Wallace about the New Zealand rampage and the killer’s rambling 74-page manifesto in which he describes himself as a supporter of Trump “as a symbol of renewed identity and common purpose.” “I'm a little disappointed, you didn't put up the next sentence because I looked at it last night, was what about his policies and he's a leader, and he said, ‘dear god no,’” Mulvaney said.

Source: DW

Bundesliga Bulletin: James Rodriguez and Alphonso Davies help Bayern Munich to big win

Monday 20:00 GMT

Good week for: Andrej Kramaric, Max Kruse, Marco Reus, Alphonso Davies, Wout Weghorst, Frankfurt, . Bad week for: Hannover, Schalke, Leverkusen, Hoffenheim, Gladbach, goal difference. - The Bundesliga title race stays exciting, although Dortmund did their best for it not to be.

Bayern Munich did make life a little harder for Borussia Dortmund though, by delivering a second straight 6-0 win in the league.

Source: DW

German minister calls for tax breaks for separated parents

Monday 16:21 GMT

"We must financially relieve separated parents," Barley told German newspaper, the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung, on Saturday.

With more parents continuing to raise their children together after splitting up, they need more financial support, says Germany's justice minister. With more and more parents choosing to raise and co-parent their children together after separating or getting divorced, Germany's laws need to be changed to reflect their needs, Justice Minister Katarina Barley said over the weekend.

Source: Global News

Death toll rises to 64 after Zimbabwe hit by cyclone

Monday 07:08 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Rose McGowan: ‘Being sexually assaulted threw a wrench in my thinking'

Sunday 14:28 GMT
Source: Reuters

Carry on - central bank signals leave 'carry' traders chasing more

Monday 07:08 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Fantasy or transformation New York’s $25bn Hudson Yards set to open

Thursday 14:30 GMT
Source: Fox News

Beto O'Rourke's 2020 bid draws mixed reactions in El Paso, Texas

Friday 03:20 GMT
Source: The Guradian

France introduces in-car breathalyser that can disable motor

Wednesday 14:30 GMT
Source: The Guradian

One-state solution gains ground as Palestinians battle for equal rights

Wednesday 14:30 GMT
Source: Fox News

Want to help our military veterans Here’s how

Monday 14:29 GMT
Source: BBC

Grime music being 'stifled', MPs say

Today 05:09 GMT
Source: Reuters

As Xi heads to Italy, Vatican says China should not fear Church

Today 05:10 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Pole position: human body might be able to pick up on Earth's magnetic field

Today 05:09 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Mansion Global Daily: Williamsburg Revived, San Fran Tough for First-Time Buyers and More

Today 05:09 GMT
Source: BBC

Former RBS unit in $43bn sale to US rival

Today 05:09 GMT
Source: Fox News

Here’s what socialism means: Nail polish If there’s not enough for everyone, no one gets it

Today 05:09 GMT

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