Taylor Moore has shot 67 to win the Valspar Championship. He made key birdies on the 15th and 16th holes at Innisbrook. And he avoided the mistakes that cost Adam Schenk and Jordan Spieth. The victory sends the 29-year-old Moore to the Masters with his first PGA Tour victory. Schenk was tied for the lead when his drive landed next to a tree on the final hole, leading to a bogey. Spieth was tied for the lead until hitting his drive into the wa
Adam Schenk never looked like he would be leading the Valspar Championship until his final putt. Schenk made a 5-foot birdie for a 70. That gives him a one-shot lead over Jordan Spieth and Tommy Fleetwood as he goes for his first PGA Tour win. Spieth looked to be in control for so much of the round at Innisbrook. But with five birdies and an eagle came plenty of mistakes. Spieth took his fifth bogey of the day on the 18th hole for a 69. Fleetwood was just the opposite. He had 16 pars and two birdies for a 69.
Today's Iraq is a world away from the terror that followed the U.S. invasion to depose Saddam Hussein 20 years ago this week. A new generation is eager to turn away from the sectarianism of the past and heal the nation's divisions.
Georgia's Fort Benning to be renamed Fort Moore after military couple known for their service and leadership
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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered a number of improvements in access to mental health care to reduce suicides in the military.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks continued the makeover of their defense Friday by signing free agent defensive back Julian Love, formerly of the New York Giants. The team announced the signing Friday afternoon. ESPN reported that Love agreed to a two-year deal worth up to $12 million. Love was among three defensive players visiting the Seahawks this week. Seattle also signed one of the other visitors, ...
Sharpshooters galore as Texas, Penn State take aim at Sweet 16
Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst valued Jordan Love’s potential enough three years ago to trade up in the draft and select him in the first round, catching the Hall of Fame-caliber quarterback already on Green Bay’s roster by surprise. Love finally has a chance to show he was worth the gamble. Plus news from around the NFL on Thursday.
The Biden administration has released video of a Russian fighter jet dumping fuel on a U.S. Air Force surveillance drone, as the U.S. sought to hold Russia responsible for the collision that led to the drone’s crash into the Black Sea without escalating already fraught tensions with the Kremlin.
President Joe Biden has announced fresh measures meant to curb gun violence, detailing the changes from the scene of a mass shooting in California that left 11 dead.
Shooting survivor Mike Hollins back at Virginia practice
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With their brains still developing and poor impulse control, teens who carry firearms might never plan to use them. But some do.
Recent gun violence involving college players across the country show the challenge facing athletic departments when it comes to determining how gun laws and regulations should be applied within their programs. The NCAA has no rules or gun policy, calling it a law-enforcement issue. That means coaches must follow state law, campus policies and sometimes tread a careful line in establishing their own rules.
Legislators in New Mexico are advancing legislation to rein in paramilitary patrols that have popped up in recent years to halt migrants near the international border with Mexico.
Opelika police arrested a woman after the initial investigation of a shooting on Saturday.
Ukrainians continue to suffer the consequences of Russia's invasion in the war-scarred city of Izium in Ukraine's northeast.
A second chance at life: With support of Auburn community, an Afghan interpreter and his family escaped the Taliban
Hunted by the Taliban, the family fled their home hoping for a chance to leave the country. With the help of an Auburn family, the Auburn community and Task Force Argo, the family escaped and arrived in Auburn in January.
Ukraine's military is focused on one task: removing Russian soldiers from the battlefield. But faced with a foe whose ranks are known to be riddled with unwilling fighters, Ukrainian military strategists realized there might be more than one means to that end.
Viktor Petrovich Mikhalev, a blacksmith in the Russia-controlled city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, takes weapons and ammunition and produces what he calls the flowers of war.
The lawyer for former Alabama basketball player Darius Miles says he and Michael Davis have been indicted by a grand jury on capital murder charges for the January shooting death of a 23-year-old woman near campus. AL.com reports that Tuscaloosa County District Attorney Hays Webb told the newspaper that the indictments were issued Wednesday.
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Police say Bengals' Joe Mixon not a suspect in shooting
The Justice Department also will review the Memphis Police Department after the police beating death of Tyre Nichols.