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Monday, March 25, 2013

Tiger Regains #1 World Ranking

Facts and Figures Tiger Woods Arnold Palmer Invitational Victory 2013 | Golf Channel:

"Tiger Woods’ victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational Monday is the 77th in his PGA Tour career and the eighth in this tournament at Bay Hill. Woods trails Sam Snead by five in career PGA Tour wins; five of Snead's wins came in team competitions. Here are other nuggets regarding Woods’ victory: . . ."

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Free Sneak Peek of Martha Stewart Veggie Dishes

Vegetarian Recipes: Sneak Peek of "Meatless," our Newest Cookbook - Martha Stewart:

"Click through the gallery to get a sneak-preview of our favorite meatless dishes."

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Nicklaus Thinks Tiger Woods Can Catch His Record

Jack Nicklaus still thinks Tiger Woods can catch his record but needs to 'get going' - ESPN:

"In what now sounds like a broken record, Nicklaus maintains that records are made to be broken, including his gold standard of 18 professional majors, despite Woods' rough weekend.

Stats & Info: The Man's Got A Point
Tiger Woods is four majors behind Jack Nicklaus' record of 18, and at 37, Woods should be "getting with it," according to Stats & Info. Blog

Woods' effort at the Honda Classic included two lost balls, four shots in the water and 15 shots out of the bunkers. He made four double bogeys, was never better than 3-under par at any point and was under par for only 26 out of the 72 holes he played.

None of this was enough to alarm Nicklaus.

"I still think he'll break my record," Nicklaus said "

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Monday, March 4, 2013

Cuts Causing Long Lines at Airports

Napolitano: Cuts causing long lines at O'Hare, other airports - chicagotribune.com:

"Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano on Monday cautioned airline passengers to get to the airport extra early because U.S. spending cuts have already led to long lines at some security checkpoints, and said the coming furloughs will only make the situation worse.

Napolitano said mandatory spending cuts ordered on Friday by President Barack Obama have led to the elimination of overtime for Transportation Security Administration officers and customs agents. She said TSA would begin sending out furlough notices to employees on Monday. Hiring freezes have also prevented any open positions from being filled.

"We are already seeing the effects at some of the ports of entry - at the big airports, for example. Some of them had very long lines this weekend," Napolitano said at a "Politico Playbook" breakfast event.

She pointed to Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as examples of those with long lines."

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