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Bryson DeChambeau vs. Brooks Koepka: How an internet meme helped fuel sport's biggest rivalry

There were lighthearted jibes about physiques, then a facial expression became a viral internet meme.
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Medina Spirit’s shocking death is yet another reason we should end horse racing
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit’s death is shocking in just one regard: we never learn our lesson.
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Biden’s inflation leaves families Building Back Broke
While Team Biden would have you believe that economic problems like inflation are “high class problems,” everyday Americans are acutely aware that it’s, actually, a very real problem for them.
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Biden Supreme Court commission's draft report details 'profound' disagreement over adding seats to bench
A controversial commission set up by President Joe Biden to explore changes to the US Supreme Court concluded in a draft final report Monday that there was "profound" disagreement over whether to add more seats to the bench but suggested more consensus for term limits for the justices without taking a final position on the issue.
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WATCH: Pandemic peace gives new life to threatened turtle hatchlings
The sandy shores of western Senegal are historic nesting sites for several threatened sea turtle species.
CA Rep. Devin Nunes Announces He's Leaving Congress for New CEO Position With Trump Media
Nunes said that he was "humbled and honored" that Trump had offered him the position at Trump Media & Technology Group.
Fans lose their minds over Nick Cannon’s apparent bulge on TV show
“Nick cannon got to chill man… whoever crushed up viagra in this man coffee this morning gettin fired and going to hell lol,” one social media wag quipped.
Trio of quarterbacks, Michigan defensive end named Heisman finalists
Quarterbacks have dominated the award for the past two decades, and three of this year's four finalists play the position.
LI man threatened to ‘assault, shoot and bomb’ NYC Pride, LGBT orgs and individuals
Robert Fehring, 74, allegedly sent more than 60 letters that threatened violence, dating back to at least 2013, said the Justice Department.
A quick buck: F1 star Lewis Hamilton sells $50M Tribeca home
Race car driver and Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has just sold his downtown bachelor penthouse palace — that he never even lived in —for a staggering $49.5 million.
Bob Dole to lie in state in the Capitol on Thursday
Dole, who died Sunday, spent 30 years serving in the Capitol.
Giants legend Lawrence Taylor admits he doesn't keep up with his former team
Legendary New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor made the shocking admission this week that he doesn't keep up his former team after failing to realize during an interview that Eli Manning is no longer quarterback.
Woodson and Robinson mentored some Cool Cats before squaring off on the ice two days later
The hockey teams held a joint practice that included a group of kids and young adults with developmental disabilities.
After Comparing Anthony Fauci to Nazi Doctor, Lara Logan Disappears Off Fox Airwaves
The Fox News personality has not been seen on TV since her comments last Monday, and the network has remained mum on the matter.
Why the Year’s Most Popular Song Never Went to No. 1
The DaBaby controversy offered an accidental experiment in what so-called cancellation would do to a very popular song.
Man busted for assault is freed, allegedly beats two random NYC women, is freed again
A homeless man charged with beating a guy last year was dumped back on the street, only to allegedly pummel two women in UWS attacks — and be freed again.
'Biblical' flooding in South Sudan displaces hundreds of thousands
Climate crisis has triggered 'biblical' flooding in South Sudan displacing hundreds of thousands of residents. CNN's Clarissa Ward reports.
Julia Child’s DC home where she created iconic recipes lists for $3.5M
Julia Child’s Washington, DC, home where she cooked her famous recipes from her critically acclaimed book “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” is up for sale at $3.5 million. Located in Georgetown, the butter yellow clapboard house was home to Child from 1948 until she moved out over a decade later with her husband Paul...
4 Atlantic City Casinos Could Close If Lawmakers Don't Approve Tax Breaks: Official
New Jersey lawmakers propose a bill in which Atlantic City casinos pay Atlantic City, Atlantic County and the city's school system instead of property taxes.
New York City expands COVID vaccine requirements to private businesses
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans to require COVID-19 vaccination for employees of private companies in the city. The city is also tightening its vaccination rules for entertainment venues, gyms and indoor dining. CBS News' Skyler Henry has details.
Adult portable bed rails have been recalled after 2 people became entrapped and died
In both incidents, officials say the bed rails were not securely attached to the bed. The two victims became entrapped between the product and their mattresses.
Texas coach Jeff Banks, girlfriend face lawsuit over alleged monkey biting incident
Texas assistant football coach Jeff Banks and his girlfriend, Danielle Thomas, were sued over an incident that occurred on Halloween involving the woman’s pet monkey allegedly biting a child.
Biden’s resistance to Remain in Mexico shows his contempt for the law, American people
The administration’s attempts to get rid of Remain in Mexico and its other poor national-security decisions show it has no respect for law and order, the Supreme Court or American citizens.
Lions' Dan Campbell's expletive message to Jared Goff following win vs. Vikings
The Detroit Lions came away with their first victory of the season on Sunday afternoon.
This is the hidden cost of Trumpism
By any measure, Charlie Baker is one of the most popular governors in the country.
Knicks' Kemba Walker unhappy with benching, unsure about future with team: 'We'll see'
Kemba Walker signed a two-year deal with the New York Knicks in the offseason, with the expectation that he would be a significant piece in head coach Tom Thibodeau’s rotation on a nightly basis.
101-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor, other veterans attend ceremony remembering historic day
U.S. Navy Seaman 1st Class David Russell, who is now 101 years old, survived on the USS Oklahoma when Japanese bombs began falling on Pearl Harbor, and he is returning to the historic site to pay respects to those who lost their lives 80 years ago.
Marijuana may make sleep worse, especially for regular users, study finds
Many people turn to marijuana to help them sleep, but emerging research is questioning that assumption.
Blas’ new vax mandates aren’t really about COVID — they’re about . . . him
Mayor Bill de Blasio socked New Yorkers with new vaccine mandates Monday, but make no mistake: The move had far less to do with stopping COVID — and more to do with promoting . . . de Blasio. The new orders, issued with just over three weeks left to the mayor’s term, require workers at...
Courtroom Artist Responds to Viral Image of Ghislaine Maxwell Trolling Her With Sketch
The artist has sketched famous defendants such as Eddie Murphy, El Chapo, Lev Parnas and Bill Cosby.
'Bloody massacre': Ukrainian Defense Minister on potential Russian invasion
Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov talks to CNN's Matthew Chance amid fears of a Russian invasion in Ukraine.
Spend $150 and get $100 more to spend at Free People for a limited time
For a limited amount of time, spend $150 at Free People and receive a $100 e-code to redeem at a later time!
4 Heisman Trophy Finalists Revealed, Winner to Be Named Saturday
A defensive lineman and three quarterbacks were named finalists for the 2021 Heisman Trophy.
Murder charges filed against L.A. man accused of killing Jacqueline Avant
Authorities also charged Aariel Maynor with attempted murder, saying he opened fire on a security guard with an AR-15-style rifle during the fatal shooting at the Avants' Beverly Hills home.
Police charge man with taking federal police officer’s vehicle
Police arrest man who they say took a vehicle belonging to a federal police officer who had his firearm inside.
LeBron James trying to get Michelle Beadle fired at ESPN is worse than we thought
Michelle Beadle returned from the (media) dead last month and revealed that LeBron James — someone more unbearable than even Beadle is — once tried to convince ESPN to fire her.
Tom Cotton Calls Biden's Olympic Diplomatic Boycott 'Half Measure,' Wants Athletes Pulled
"The United States should fully boycott the Genocide Games in Beijing," said Cotton, an Arkansas Republican.
Kamala, swallow your pride and other commentary
Liberal: Kamala, Swallow Your Pride The “entrenched dysfunction and lack of focus” marking Vice President Kamala Harris and her staff “were entirely predictable,” laments the San Francisco Examiner’s Gil Duran. “Harris’ 2020 campaign also unraveled in an ugly war between rival staffers, each side publicly blaming the other for her failure” as “she dropped out...
GOP senator urges Biden to show Putin the United States is not going to ‘sit back’
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer discusses Biden's options to respond to Russia's military build-up.
Colin Farrell to Reprise Role as The Penguin in ‘The Batman’ Spinoff Series at HBO Max
Farrell is waddling his way over to more villainy on HBO Max.
Jacqueline Avant death has celebrities, communities in fear over brazen home invasions
The death of Jacqueline Avant, a well-known philanthropist and wife of legendary music executive Clarence Avant, in her Beverly Hills home last week has furthered fears about the uptick in brazen home invasion robberies in and around Los Angeles amid an outpouring of grief.
Where Does Succession Go After That Big Cliffhanger?
Does Kendall survive? And can the show survive without him?
Recording Academy accepts Drake's request to withdraw his 2022 Grammy nominations
Drake has taken himself out of the running for the 2022 Grammy Awards after "Certified Lover Boy" and "Way 2 Sexy" received nods last month.
WH flags art market as money laundering haven amid Hunter Biden shows
The Biden administration described the art and antiquities market as a hotbed of shady financial dealings — weeks after first son Hunter Biden's work went on display in Soho.
Opinion: Diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics is right way for US to protest abuses
Citing "ongoing genocide and crimes against humanity" U.S. government announces it will not send diplomatic delegation to Beijing Olympics
Nets’ Kyrie Irving might be swayed to take plant-based COVID vaccine in works
It is possible, according to a report Monday that sourced “people close to” him, that Kyrie Irving could be swayed into getting vaccinated when a plant-based COVID-19 vaccine has been approved.
Man charged in slayings of two Virginia women under scrutiny in D.C. missing person case, police say
Cheyenne Brown, 29, left her home in the Benning neighborhood on Sept. 30, boarded a bus and never returned, her mother said.
‘Scandal’ actor slams Mel Gibson, says ‘cancel culture simply does not exist’
Actor Joshua Malina criticized the "Mad Max" star for past allegations of racism aimed at him.
WATCH: Streets of Honolulu flooded amid storms
Motorists navigated flooded streets in Honolulu as Hawaii braced for heavy rainfall, with major flash flooding and landslides possible across multiple islands.