‘We’re in Crazytown’: a week of dysfunction in the Trump White House

Woodwards book Fear about the White House dropped like a bomb and an anonymous op-ed assaulted Donald Trump Monday was a bank holiday in America. Donald Trump almost ran golfing for the third day in a row, after attending his golf course the day before and on Saturday when he was not invited to John […]

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Ireland’s Shane Lowry remains calm to win first major at the Open as rivals fade

The 32 -year-old became the Republic of Irelands second Open champion after Padraig Harrington, as Englands Tommy Fleetwood finished second, six shots behind Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell, Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke … Shane Lowry. We will soon have to amend the great book of Irish cliche to include reference to golf. This small island has […]

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‘I don’t regret it’: how Juli Briskman went from devoting Trump the thumb to win democratic elections

Juli Briskmans brush with the president inspired her to political action: I dont regret it. I never would have run without it Two years ago, Juli Briskman stimulated headlines when she gave thefinger to Trump as she cycled alongside the president’s motorcade in Virginia. The marketing company she worked for swiftly fired her.( She sued […]

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How much extermination is needed for us to take climate change severely?

Whether human civilization stays intact amid this worsening weather depends on recognizing our shared humanity and designing policy accordingly News of Hurricane Dorian’s first casualty came early on Monday morning from the Bahamas Press. A seven-year old boy named Lachino Mcintosh drowned as his family attempted to find safer ground than their home on the […]

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Justin Rose makes hay as Brooks Koepka wobbles at US Open

The 2013 champ birdied his last three holes on the way to a six under par 65 at Pebble Beach as Koepka proved he is vaguely human Brooks Koepka had only played six holes of this, the 119 th US Open, when a sense of inevitability descended upon the Monterey Peninsula. Koepka, looking to become […]

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How badly is it necessary do your job for your own mother to fire you? Ask Prince Andrew | Marina Hyde

The Duke of York has been sacked, but he is unlikely to show up in the UKs unemployment figures, says Guardian columnist Marina Hyde In a development that merely person of his preternatural self-awareness can have insured coming, Prince Andrew’s family has decided he needs to spend less time with their brand. To set that […]

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John Daly’s buggy devotes us a joyride in front of po-faced golf authorities | Marina Hyde

Its hard to escape the sense that the golfing authorities feel someone like John Daly makes the place untidy News that the R& A is considering John Daly’s request for permission to use a buggy for July’s Open at Royal Portrush has been met by a growing chorus of people saying that it shouldn’t be. […]

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