As first impressions go, the South Course at Torrey Pines Golf Course did not leave a favorable one on Russell Henley. A first-round 79 in the 2014 Farmers Insurance Open -- which also utilizes the North Course here -- contributed to a missed cut and the Georgia native electing to commemorate the late-January event from his annual West Coast PGA Tour itinerary.
By curious coincidence, two of these lovelier movies I have seen so much this summer -- that the family-friendly animated fable Luca along with also the German art-house fairy tale Undine -- tell stories about mythical sea monsters which makes contact with the world. However, as Luca and Undine show there continue to be new stories to be dredged up against those watery depths.
Even the Supreme Court, though increasingly conservative in makeup, rejected the latest major Republican-led attempt to kill the federal health care law called"Obamacare" on Thursday, maintaining insurance coverage for millions of Americans.
Shocked by an Associated Press investigation to the loss and theft of military firearms, the Pentagon's top general indicated Thursday he will consider a"orderly fix" to the way the armed services maintain accounts of the firearms.
The Democratic-led House, with President Joe Biden's funding, passed legislation Thursday to repeal the 2002 authorization for use of military power in Iraq, a measure which advocates said was necessary for Congress to reassert its constitutional obligation to weigh in on matters of warfare. Detractors worried it would embolden militias or terrorist groups.
A St. Louis couple who gained notoriety for pointing firearms at social justice demonstrators last year pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor charges and agreed to give up the weapons that they used during the confrontation.
Atlanta authorities had no justification for yanking pupils in their vehicle and hitting them with stun guns while they had been stuck in traffic brought on by protests over George Floyd's passing, a lawsuit filed Thursday states.
Italy's government expects carmaker Stellantis (STLA.MI) will build in Italy its third electric battery plant in Europe, Industry Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti said on Wednesday, the day after he met the company and unions.
Even the Labor council opposition has captured on a recurrence of this favorite kerbside collection scheme for a signal Brisbane lord mayor Adrian Schrinner had turned together with his"gap between his legs" in the controversial two-year pause in the past year's funding.
North Korean chief Kim Jong Un is warning of a"tense" food situation in the nation and a potential extension of coronavirus restrictions as he looks to improve a deteriorating market plagued by stunt border closures and last year's typhoons.