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  • Pictures in the News | Sept. 25, 2014

     
    Thursday's Pictures in the News begins at Dodger Stadium, where the Boy in Blue clinched their second consecutive National League West crown with a 9-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants....
  • Pictures in the News | Sept. 26, 2014

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begin in New York, where Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter waves to fans as he walks around the infield after driving in the winning run against the Baltimore Orioles in the ninth inning of a baseball game in New York, which...
  • Ryder Cup loss isn't music to USA ears; Captain Tom Watson criticized

    Ryder Cup loss isn't music to USA ears; Captain Tom Watson criticized
    It was a sound the American players dreaded all weekend. Thunderous roars echoing across the grounds at Gleneagles. Cheers giving way to countless voices in unison, the fans singing "Ole, Ole." Again and again, this raucous leitmotif shattered the...
  • Ryder Cup notes: One match, 21 birdies

    Ryder Cup notes: One match, 21 birdies
    The second day of the Ryder Cup started with a historic performance. In the first morning fourball match, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson defeated Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar, 3 and 2, with all four golfers setting records. The match featured a...
  • Europe's big names bring big games at Ryder Cup

    Europe's big names bring big games at Ryder Cup
    In the weeks before the 2014 Ryder Cup, much was made of the fact that four of the top six ranked players in the world were Europeans. As it turned out, all that star power made a difference. Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose...
  • Ryder Cup notes: Tom Watson hears from critics early

    — Second-guessing ranks as a time-honored tradition at the Ryder Cup, and team captains face most of the scrutiny. On Friday, the start of competition at Gleneagles, U.S. captain Tom Watson opened himself up to criticism on two fronts. The...
  • Europeans surge ahead in Ryder Cup

    — Morning dawned clear and blue on the first day of the Ryder Cup and, for a few hours at least, the prospects for the U.S. team appeared equally sunny. But after the Americans dashed to an early lead, the skies darkened and the Europeans...
  • Sluggish afternoon puts U.S. in Ryder Cup hole, 10-6

    Sluggish afternoon puts U.S. in Ryder Cup hole, 10-6
    Another day, another afternoon collapse for the U.S. team at the 2014 Ryder Cup. The Americans failed to win any of their foursomes matches on Saturday, falling behind Europe 10-6 as the teams head into Sunday's singles matches. That score might sound...
  • Michael Jordan on the Ryder Cup: 'It's about the pride'

    Michael Jordan on the Ryder Cup: 'It's about the pride'
    Michael Jordan can be elusive, but there’s always one place you can find him: the Ryder Cup. Jordan has been hooked ever since attending his first Ryder Cup in Spain in 1997. Naturally, he is in Scotland this weekend for the latest battle...
  • Westwood, Poulter, Gallacher named to Europe's Ryder Cup team

    Westwood, Poulter, Gallacher named to Europe's Ryder Cup team
    LONDON - Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Stephen Gallacher were named Tuesday as Europe's wild-card picks for this month's Ryder Cup against the United States by captain Paul McGinley. Westwood, Poulter and Gallacher join automatic qualifiers Rory McIlroy,...
  • Ryder Cup brings out the passion in golf

    Golf etiquette usually goes like this: When a player arrives at the tee, the crowd claps for a few moments before falling respectfully silent. That's not what happened at the Ryder Cup two years ago at Medinah, outside Chicago. As Ian Poulter...