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Multiple Earthquakes Hit Oklahoma
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Colin Montgomerie wins PGA Tour Champions event in Japan
Colin Montgomerie made all the putts he needed on Narita Golf Club's massive greens to win the Japan Airlines Championship _ the first PGA Tour Champions event in Japan
Scott McCarron takes PGA Tour Champions lead in Japan
Scott McCarron was in a familiar spot at the top of a PGA Tour Champions leaderboard in his first trip to Japan
Sutherland, Day share PGA Tour Champions lead in Japan
Kevin Sutherland and Glen Day shot 7-under 65 to share the first-round lead in the Japan Airlines Championship, the first PGA Tour Champions event in Japan
Rio Olympic Athletes With Surprising Day Jobs
When they're not competing for gold in Rio, these Olympic athletes may be helping you pick out shoes or delivering your mail. The journey towards international athletic glory can be a very expensive enterprise. Dozens of Olympic hopefuls have GoFundMe pages, turning to crowdfunding to help pay the
Which Airline's Been Named World's Safest?
If your 2016 resolutions include more travel, it may be wise to know which airlines top the list. AirlineRatings.com, an independent plane safety and product ranking website, has just released its annual list of the world's safest airlines. Coming out on top for the third year in a row is
Reese Witherspoon Describes 'Emotional Experience' While Filming 'The Good Lie'
Reese Witherspoon has portrayed June Carter Cash , a high school overachiever and a Harvard-educated lawyer in her long movie career, but she says it is her latest role, that of an American woman who takes Sudanese refugees under her wing, that has changed her. “Absolutely,” Witherspoon, 38, told
Reese Witherspoon's New Movie Sheds Light on US Lives of Sudan's Lost Boys
Reese Witherspoon's latest campaign has taken the famous actress who has appeared in such movies as "Legally Blonde" and won an Oscar for "Walk the Line" far from the glamor of Hollywood. "It was one of those things where I was like, 'I can't not do this movie 'cause it's so important to me,"
No. 3? Tanaka came here to be No. 1
NEW YORK -- Fear not, New York Yankees fans, for Masahiro Tanaka has no plans to perform within the boundaries of Brian Cashman's conservative projection. A man who rents out a Boeing 787 Dreamliner on a whim, charters it for his wife, his toy poodle and a few fortunate others for the flight from