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Woods a winner again for 1st time since 2013

Kevin Na wins at The Greenbrier, Harold Varner III finishes tied for fifth

Harold Varner III shoots Friday 66, sits in fifth place at The Greenbrier

Rachel Kuehn wins North Carolina Women's Amateur Championship

Defending champion Koepka wins another U.S. Open

Johnson in 4-way tie after day of survival at US Open

Harold Varner finishes tied for seventh at The Players Championship

Harold Varner enters Sunday tied for ninth at The Players Championship

Jason Day captures Wells Fargo for second win of season

Jason Day seizes control at Quail Hollow after three rounds

Tiger shoots 73 to stay inside cut line at Quail Hollow

Tiger Woods enters Wells Fargo Championship

Harold Varner III jumps to No. 91 in FedEx Cup standings, makes second playoff cut

Harold Varner III shoots opening round 67 (-3) at The Northern Trust

Kisner has PGA lead after wild finish

Matsuyama tied for PGA Championship lead with Kisner

Bradford Creek boys, Emerald Girls win Eastern NC Junior Golf League Finals

Spieth feeling relaxed as he chases history at Quail Hollow

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California wildfire raging near L.A. could burn for another week

The Woolsey Fire has killed at least two people.

Dozens of Wisconsin students apparently give Nazi salute in viral photo

Mark Ojakian, president of Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, said he was horrified when he learned about the incident and described it as "appalling and unacceptable."

Gaza rocket hits bus, Israel launches airstrikes on Palestinian enclave

Israeli fighter jets have begun striking targets throughout the blockaded enclave.

Mismanagement isn't to blame for wildfires, scientists say

"We're in extreme climate change right now," one fire official said. "We're doing all that we can to prevent incidents and mitigate incidents and save lives."

Ex-altar boy is first in Penn. to sue Catholic Church since bombshell report

The Allentown Diocese did not tell parishioners there was an admitted molesting priest in their flock