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In stark contrast to North Americans, Europeans -- especially the British, and especially those who play and watch golf -- are by nature skeptical of enthusiasm. Exuberance is frowned upon and the over-eager treated with a wary eye. It's a distinction that makes Keith Pelley's on-going
Former Pro Wrestler Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka Dies at 73
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Returning From Hip Surgery, Julia Mancuso Has New Balance
Returning to World Cup skiing after 22 months, Julia Mancuso feels she has found a new balance in her life
A Different Look in Paradise at Sony Open
From a golf course on the side of a mountain to one along the shores just east of Waikiki Beach, the 21 players at both PGA Tour stops in Hawaii will never see two tracks more different in consecutive weeks
Iraqi-American Talks Immigration Reform and Prospective Attorney General Jeff Sessions
ABC News' Josh Haskell talks to an attendee at the confirmation hearing for Sen. Sessions.
2016: What were the chances?!
91.7% Pre-Season Chances What Were the Chances?! How to capture the craziest year in sports ever? Step 1: Calculate the likelihood of some of the year's biggest moments! Step 2: List them in order. Step 3? Marvel at the year that was ESPN THE MAGAZINE 12/30/16 UConn's women, favored -- over the
Connecticut Woman Attempts World Record in Traveling
The Constitution State resident wants to be the first woman to visit all the countries in the world.
What Is the United Nations General Assembly?
Amidst a weekend filled with terror that rocked major cities in New York and New Jersey, the world’s most powerful leaders have assembled to tackle the globe’s most pressing issues, including national security, climate change, nuclear proliferation and the refugee crisis. The gathering -- the
ABC's David Muir Reports on Syrian Refugees Assimilating in America and the Vetting Process in Jordan
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Fiji ends medal hopes for USA sevens, Nate Ebner
RIO DE JANEIRO -- The USA's medal hopes in the men's sevens are over after it was knocked out of the competition by Fiji at the pool stage. After losing to Argentina and then beating Brazil on Day 1, the U.S. team knew if it beat, drew or lost to Fiji by three or fewer points then it would be in