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    How politically correct can a guy named Bubba be?

    WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Bubba Watson has been the talk of the PGA Tour throughout the week, but his movements away from the golf course also have raised quite a stir. Watson, who won the Travelers Championship for his eighth win on Tour, happens to own what he believes is "the first General ... Read More

    Hillary literally ropes off the lapdogs

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has raised a media storm after she roped off reporters in a New Hampshire 4th of July parade, in an apparent bid to prevent uncomfortable and unsolicited questions. New York Times reporter Peter Baker on Sunday condemned Clinton for the move while sp ... Read More

    Millennials take over nation's workforce

    Clayton Homes' campus in Alcoa will take on a New Orleans flair in a few weeks, complete with shrimp gumbo and jazz music. But the company's themed summer picnic held every year in July will also feature an area for local charities to set up booths. Employees will be encouraged to commit to support ... Read More

    Sweet Cakes: Bakers ordered to pay lesbians $135,000 for emotional and mental suffering

    The owners of a shuttered Gresham bakery must pay $135,000 in damages to a lesbian couple for refusing to make them a wedding cake, the state's top labor official said Thursday. State Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian ordered Aaron and Melissa Klein to pay the women for emotional and mental suffering ... Read More

    Confederate Flag Flies at Daytona

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Steven Rebenstorf has numerous flags flying atop his canopy tent inside Daytona International Speedway. The Confederate flag is front and center. It's been like that for years. And the 57-year-old Rebenstorf has no plans to take it down - not even if NASCAR decides to ban ... Read More

    Greeks vote overwhelmingly to reject creditors' bailout offer

    ATHENS, Greece (UPI) -- After weeks of posturing and refusals by Greece to accept to fiscal terms necessary to bail it out of deep fiscal trouble, Greek voters effectively told creditors the same thing: Thanks, but no thanks. As Greece continues to struggle to try and stay afloat amid its serious de ... Read More

    Open Border: Illegal alien arrested in SF homicide had been deported 5 times

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The man accused of fatally shooting former Pleasanton resident Kate Steinle in the back Wednesday on Pier 14 had recently been released from jail despite having been deported five times and having immigration authorities ask that he be held. Francisco Sanchez, 45, has a long rap she ... Read More

    Fewer people consider themselves extremely proud to be American than decade ago

    WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Fewer people consider in themselves to be "extremely proud" to be an American compared to a decade ago, a new Gallup poll indicates. The survey found that while most people -- 54 percent -- consider themselves "extremely proud" to be American, that number is down from a peak of 7 ... Read More

    Texas Motor Speedway tells fans to leave Confederate flag at home

    Texas Motor Speedway is among the tracks encouraging racing fans to refrain from displaying the Confederate flag during race weekends. In a statement from NASCAR Industry Members, which includes TMS' parent company Speedway Motorsports Inc., reads: "As members of the NASCAR industry, we join NASCAR ... Read More


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