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  • More than 600 animals found abandoned by Florence evacuees

    ROBESON COUNTY, N.C. (WRAL) — When people evacuated ahead of Florence, some left animals behind. Now, rescuers are going in, trying to save some of the pets and livestock from the rising waters. As pumps work to keep the Lumber River water levels from getting too high, K9 Global Rescue is continually moving, trying to save lives. Drone video shows the site off N.C. Highway 130 in Robeson County, where hundreds of animals were left in unbearable conditions. “I’ve been […]

  • How the world reacted to Tiger Woods’ historic victory

    As Tiger Woods strode down the 18th fairway at Atlanta’s East Lake club, thousands of baying fans following close behind, the world of golf and beyond was once again in thrall to the US star. Five years and four back surgeries later, the most transcendent golfer in history was on the brink of completing his comeback and securing his 80th PGA Tour title. His season-ending Tour Championship victory sent social media into frenzy, much like it had the raucous crowd […]

  • Tiger Woods wins a PGA Tour event for the first time since 2013

    Tiger Woods says he's "blessed" to be back after winning his first PGA Tour event in over five years following a long and painful return to form from a back injury.

  • SiriusXM is buying Pandora in $3.5 billion deal

    SiriusXM is buying Pandora in a $3.5 billion all-stock deal.

  • Trump administration moves $260M from cancer research, other programs to help pay for custody of immigrant children

    The Trump administration is planning to shift more than $260 million to cover the rising cost and strain of housing thousands of undocumented immigrant children in their custody - including millions of dollars from programs like cancer research and HIV/AIDS prevention.

  • Google still lets third-party apps scan your Gmail data

    Google is defending its policy to allow third-party apps to access and share data from Gmail accounts, according to a letter made public Thursday.

  • Amazon wants Alexa everywhere

    Amazon won't make massive amounts of money off of its new $60 Alexa-controlled microwave. Or the Alexa controlled wall clock that only sets timers. In fact, making a profit from its growing selection of Alexa and Echo devices may be beside the point.

  • Kavanaugh accuser will testify in open hearing on Thursday

    Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford said in a statement on Sunday that she has committed to testifying in an open hearing on Thursday about her allegation of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

  • Tropical Storm Kirk gaining speed in Atlantic

    As forecasters warn of more dangerous flooding in the Carolinas from Hurricane Florence’s torrential rainfall, they’re also keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Kirk in the Atlantic. Kirk reached tropical storm-strength Saturday and was cruising west at about 21 mph, the National Hurricane Center said Sunday at 11 a.m. The storm was about 545 miles southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands and posed no threat to land, according to the latest advisory. Kirk was packing sustained winds of almost 40 mph and its […]

  • Kavanaugh’s accuser accepts request to speak to Judiciary Committee next week, lawyers say

    Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of a past sexual assault, accepted the request to speak to the panel next week about the alleged incident, her lawyers told Senate Judiciary Committee staff on Saturday.