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The legendary golfer was arrested in Florida on suspicion of driving under the influence, police said
Golf legend Tiger Woods was arrested around 3 a.m. Monday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence in Jupiter, Florida, Jupiter police spokeswoman Kristin Rightler said. Woods was booked into a local jail and released on his own recognizance with no bond a few hours later, according to the Palm Beach County sheriff's office's online records.

Woods: No twisting for three months, let alone golf
He "unequivocally" wants to play professional golf again but Tiger Woods can't even twist for another three months, let alone play the sport.

Tiger Woods on his injuries and the future
14-time major winner Tiger Woods opens up to Shane O'Donoghue about injuries, course design and his future in an exclusive interview with Living Golf.

Tiger Woods: Glory and pain

Trump honors fallen heroes at an Arlington ceremony
President Donald Trump will honor US service members who made the ultimate sacrifice when he visits Arlington National Cemetery in recognition of Memorial Day Monday morning.

Russia probe reaches Jared Kushner
Donald Trump's global statesman act lasted all of 12 hours back in the United States.

Sen. Graham: Kushner story is suspicious
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says the entire storyline that Jared Kushner proposed setting up a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin is suspicious.

Cillizza: Merkel shows us what Trump means to the world
On Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel uttered a single sentence that speaks to how fundamentally President Donald Trump is -- and will continue to -- reshape the world, and America's place in it.

Macron explains handshake with Trump
French President Emmanuel Macron confirmed that there was indeed a deeper significance to the prolonged handshake he shared with US President Donald Trump in Brussels.

Fareed Zakaria: Liberals think they're tolerant, but they're not
Fareed Zakaria said Saturday that though many liberals think they are tolerant, often they aren't.

Supreme Court's next step on gerrymandering could be its biggest
During a lull between elections, the Supreme Court is taking on a hot-button political issue that could change the way legislative lines are drawn across the country.

Volcano prompts highest-level aviation alert
A volcanic eruption Sunday prompted the temporary raising of the highest aviation alert, the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) said Sunday.

Video shows boy fall off water slide
A ten-year-old boy walked away with scratches after falling off a water slide at The Wave Waterpark in Dublin, California.

Girl targeted on train says she's thankful to strangers
As tears streamed down her cheeks, Destinee Mangum, 16, thanked the three strangers who intervened on a Portland light rail after a man hurled anti-Muslim slurs at her and her friend who was wearing a hijab.

Trump: Portland stabbings 'unacceptable'
President Donald Trump condemned the racially charged Portland, Oregon, train stabbings on Monday, tweeting that they were "unacceptable."

Three men stood up to hate, and two of them died for doing so
Dozens of people gathered on Saturday around a circle of flowers and photos to honor a recent college graduate and an Army veteran who were fatally stabbed on a Portland commuter train.

Opinion: Some of us are complicit in racism
Remember this name: Richard Collins III.

Blake: The old boys network isn't just annoying. It's dangerous
President Donald Trump helped the nation reach a rare moment of racial reconciliation, but hardly anyone noticed.

'Political bromance' blossoms between Macron and Trudeau
A photo op with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron created a social media buzz.

After homicide at U. of Maryland, black students demand change -- and get it
For years, students complained, saying University of Maryland officials needed to do more to prevent or respond to racist incidents on campus.

Expanded laptop ban could cover half a million travelers a day

Djokovic, Agassi off to a winning start
So far, so good in the Novak Djokovic-Andre Agassi partnership.

What's new on Netflix in June?
Now that summer is officially here, you might as well settle in and beat the heat.

Miranda Kerr and Emmy Rossum both marry
Love was in the air for celebs over the holiday weekend.

ISIS raises flag in Philippines
The black flag of ISIS has been raised in the Philippines.

Navy skydiver dies when parachute fails
A member of the US Navy's skydiving team was killed Sunday when his parachute malfunctioned during a team jump, the Navy said.

Golfer has life-threatening infection after surgery

'Modern Family' actress slams body-shamers
Actress Sarah Hyland posted a message on Twitter addressing claims by some social media users that she may be anorexic.

Video shows bear attack hunter
A hunter in Ontario posted a video showing the moment he was attacked by a black bear.

North Korea fires a ballistic missile
North Korea launched a ballistic missile test Monday, its third in a little over three weeks.

Review: King of Pop gets sympathetic treatment in new movie

The pop legend's career started in 1968
Here is a look at the life of Michael Jackson, pop music legend and Grammy award winner.

The scene where Michael Jackson died
The lead L.A. Firefighter-Paramedic, who responded to Jackson's house the day he died, describes a chaotic scene for "How it Really Happened."

When his family said goodbye
In this extended clip from "How it Really Happened," LaToya Jackson shares the story of when she took Jackson's children to see his body for the last time.

Behind the scenes of 'Thriller'
When Michael Jackson made the music video for "Thriller" in 1983, he was the biggest star in the world. In a book published by Glitterati Inc., "Michael Jackson: The Making of 'Thriller' 4 Days/1983," photographer Douglas Kirkland chronicles the making of the groundbreaking film.

Controversial celebrity deaths
Tupac Shakur was remembered 19 years after his death on September 13, 1996.

5 times Beyoncé has been influenced by Nigerian culture
Last week Beyoncé lit up the Internet (again) by sharing pictures of her African-themed "Carter push party" to celebrate her pregnancy.

See the world's best travel photos
If inspiration is the first step in travel, the journey starts with these photos.

Cannes' top concierges share their best stories
When walking down the Croisette, Cannes' famous promenade, take a moment to think of the concierges.

Timberlake, Fallon introduce 'bro-biking'
Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon go "bro-biking" through the Hamptons. The best friends have previously joked that tandem biking is the pair's preferred mode of transportation when hanging out.

How they paid off $200K of debt in 2 years
It wasn't too long ago that Sunethra Muralidhara was buried under a mountain of debt.

Here's what's in Trump's budget
Christine Romans tackles what's inside President Trump's proposed budget and what billions of dollars in slashed benefits could mean.

These are the safest cars on the road
A new report identified 11 different car and SUV models in which no one died over a four year period.

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Zuckerberg gets political in Harvard speech
On Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg returned to Cambridge to collect an honorary doctorate and give a commencement speech to the class of 2017.

Is Jared Kushner naive?
Jared Kushner may be a lot of things, but naive is definitely not one of them. Yet, following the Washington Post's story that he suggested in a December meeting with Russia's ambassador Sergey Kislyak that they create a secret communication channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin, many openly asked, could Kushner be so naïve? We heard it from pundits to even former FBI and KGB agents.

Retired general: What we owe soldiers who never came home
"Earn this!"

My son's life under Trump's proposed cuts
On the eve of the new year, my four-month-old son was diagnosed with leukocyte adhesion deficiency type I, a very rare primary immunodeficiency disease, so life-threatening that he could die from a diaper rash. As Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president, my son was admitted to Memorial Sloan Kettering, where he now awaits the only known cure for his disease: a stem cell transplant.

Maybe you are having enough sex

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Two top Trump advisers dodge Kushner questions
President Donald Trump's top economic and national security advisers on Saturday declined to comment on the swirl of allegations that Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner is facing regarding his contacts with Russian officials.

Nathan's and Curtis beef hot dogs recalled

What you need to know about ticks

No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise

How to reduce your caloric intake by 30%
Crunch, chomp, munch, slurp. It might not be polite to chew loudly while you eat, but science says those noises might help you avoid overeating. Hearing your own crunching could eat help you eat fewer calories, according to a new Brigham Young University and Colorado State University study. Here's why you might eat less if you listen to yourself chew — and how to avoid noisy scenarios that might overpower your sense of hearing.

'Baywatch' movie sinks like a stone
A "Baywatch" movie needn't be high art -- its TV inspiration certainly wasn't -- but did it have to be this inane? Crude and silly, searching for the laughs in this R-rated comedy is the equivalent of scouring the beach with a metal detector looking for lost items.

Sarah Silverman: If 'you're not political...'
Sarah Silverman isn't buying it if you claim to not be "political."

Brad Pitt's 'War Machine' fizzles on Netflix
Throwing around money to demonstrate its commitment to the movie business, Netflix has rented Brad Pitt. That's the main headline to take from "War Machine," a muddled satire about the war in Afghanistan awkwardly forced to camouflage its lead character behind a pseudonym.

'Love Actually' fans finally know what happened
"Love Actually" fans finally know what happened to their favorite characters.

'Pirates of the Caribbean' tries to turn back time
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" tries to turn back time, seeking to replicate the first 2003 film's chemistry. That attempt to swim against the tide doesn't entirely work, but at least delivers moments that fleetingly jolt this literally zombie-fied fifth installment to sporadic life.

Inside Disney's new 'Pandora: World of Avatar'

A roller coaster fanatic's top 10 rides for 2017

Noma Mexico: The experience of a lifetime?
How much would you pay for the hottest meal ticket in town? In a world where access is everything, high rollers (and even medium rollers who throw caution to the wind) are willing to shell out big bucks for exclusive experiences and their ancillary bragging rights.

This burial pod turns your body into a tree
Your carbon footprint doesn't end in the grave.

Inside a vast, ice-bound desert
Day five at sea in the High Arctic, and the news breaks early in the day. At 6 a.m, we're officially the most northerly vessel on the planet, reaching 81 degrees 16 minutes latitude. Not bad in a world of 7.3 billion people.

5 cool inventions that could save the planet
You've heard about the impact that our technology-driven population is having on the planet -- from cars, to energy factories, to the over-consumption of the earth's resources.

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