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    Scientists appalled by political meddling of CDC report McDonalds Travis Scott campaign is a brilliant marketing ploy that creates massive buzz — without adding a single menu item Accuracy off the tee an issue for Phil Mickelson heading into U.S. Open As Phil Mickelson prepares to return to the site of one of his biggest heartbreaks, he admits that there is work to do. © Provided by Golf Channel Mickelson broke par in all four rounds at the Safeway Open, finishing the week at 10 under and at one point playing 48 straight holes without a bogey. But that score still left him in a tie for 44th in Napa, 11 shots behind winner Stewart Cink, and came after...
    Trumps stunning embrace of slaverys symbols will backfire (opinion) How a coin shortage is impacting Mich. retailers and grocery stores New $89 Air Cooler Is Flying Off Shelves In The US Ad Microsoft 23 Cool Products That Could Sell Out In 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © SMG T-10. Viktor Hovland, 0.634 strokes gained Driver: Ping G410 LST (9 degrees), with Project X HZRDUS Black Hand Crafted 6.5 X shaft
    KELLER, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Keller High School’s Kelly Low is set to graduate and attend the University of Texas at Dallas, where she’ll major in computer science. It’s an amazing accomplishment considering she’s a first generation U.S. citizen. Her parents are from Laos and Malaysia. That’s just the iceberg when it comes to her accomplishments. Kelly has been a part of the First Tee Program of Fort Worth for the last five years. Most recently, she became part of the inaugural First Tee College Scholarship Program — one of seven high school seniors who received a scholarship with the presentation made by former President George W. Bush on the Golf Channel. Kelly says the confidence she’s gained along the way...