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McIlroy set to miss cut at Honda Classic

Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland plays his tee shot on the fifth hole during the second round of The Honda Classic at PGA National Resort & Spa - Champion Course on February 27, 2015 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida World number one Rory McIlroy admitted Friday he needs to sharpen up with the Masters only weeks away, as he looked set to miss the cut at the US PGA Tour's Honda Classic. The 25-year-old from Northern Ireland found just one birdie with five bogeys in a four-over-par 74 for a seven-over total of 147 that left him three shots over the projected cut line when darkness halted the second round of the rain-hit $6.1 million event in Florida. "I don't like missing cuts," said McIlroy, who last missed a cut on US soil at the 2012 US Open, but missed the cut at the European Tour's Irish Open last June. "You want to be playing on the weekend and I'm not there," added McIlroy, who was already looking forward to next week's World Golf Championships event at Doral in Miami.


Earthquake shakes Guatemala City: Reuters witness

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - An earthquake shook the capital of Guatemala on Friday, a Reuters witness said, but there were no initial reports of injuries or major damage. (Reporting by Sofia Menchu)

Ukraine leader says troop deaths 'serious breach' of truce

A photo taken and released on February 18, 2015 by the Ukrainian presidential press-service shows Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaking during the Security and Defence Council in Kiev Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko declared the killing of three government troops by pro-Moscow rebels a "serious breach of the ceasefire", during a telephone call Friday with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, her office said. "The firing by separatists on Ukrainian troops who were withdrawing constitutes a serious breach of the ceasefire," he was quoted as saying. International monitors said earlier Friday the conflict in Ukraine was at a "crossroads" as further losses among government forces rattle the two-week-old truce just as it had seemed to be gaining traction. The latest skirmishes came as the UN geared up to discuss the conflict exactly one year after Russia began seizing ports and cities on the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.


Ukraine leader says troop deaths 'serious breach' of truce

A photo taken and released on February 18, 2015 by the Ukrainian presidential press-service shows Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaking during the Security and Defence Council in Kiev Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko declared the killing of three government troops by pro-Moscow rebels a "serious breach of the ceasefire", during a telephone call Friday with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, her office said. "The firing by separatists on Ukrainian troops who were withdrawing constitutes a serious breach of the ceasefire," he was quoted as saying. International monitors said earlier Friday the conflict in Ukraine was at a "crossroads" as further losses among government forces rattle the two-week-old truce just as it had seemed to be gaining traction. The latest skirmishes came as the UN geared up to discuss the conflict exactly one year after Russia began seizing ports and cities on the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.


Mexico City former mayor breaks with leftist PRD party

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Former Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard said Friday he is splitting with the country's leftist Democratic Revolution Party, or PRD, citing what he described as its increasing closeness to President Enrique Pena Nieto and the governing Institutional Revolutionary Party.

Marseille title challenge hit after 3-2 home loss to Caen

Caen's forward Emiliano Sala reacts after scoring against Marseille, during the League One soccer match between Marseille and Caen, at the Velodrome Stadium, in Marseille, southern France, Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Claude Paris) PARIS (AP) — Marseille's title hopes took a significant blow after coach Marcelo Bielsa's team threw away a 2-0 lead in a 3-2 home loss to Caen on Friday.


Eight dead in door-to-door Missouri shooting spree

A man armed with a handgun went on a house-to-house shooting spree in a rural Missouri town, killing seven relatives and neighbors before taking his own life, officials said on Friday. All of those killed by the gunman, identified as Joseph Aldridge, 36, lived within a few miles of each other in the tiny community of Tyrone, an unincorporated area with a population of about 50, authorities said. Authorities said the motive was unclear and declined to comment on whether the murders had been triggered by the death of Aldridge's mother, who was found at her home. Authorities said she may have died from natural causes.

House rejects stopgap security agency funding, partial shutdown looms

Boehner returns to his office after a visit to the House floor for procedural votes for legislation to fund the Department of Homeland Security at the Capitol in Washington By David Lawder and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The House of Representatives on Friday failed to approve a stopgap funding bill for the U.S. domestic security agency in an embarrassing setback for Republican House Speaker John Boehner, increasing the threat of a partial agency shutdown at midnight. With just hours left before spending authority expires for the Department of Homeland Security, a three-week spending bill was rejected in the House by a 224-203 vote that left lawmakers few options ahead of the deadline. The vote sent lawmakers scrambling to determine their next steps in a political battle that was originally triggered by Republican efforts to block funding for Democratic President Barack Obama's executive orders last November on immigration by attaching provisions to the department's spending bill. Boehner, who has struggled to control conservatives in his party who considered any compromise on immigration a surrender to Obama, left the House chamber and refused to comment before the final vote was announced.


House rejects stopgap security agency funding, partial shutdown looms

Boehner returns to his office after a visit to the House floor for procedural votes for legislation to fund the Department of Homeland Security at the Capitol in Washington By David Lawder and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The House of Representatives on Friday failed to approve a stopgap funding bill for the U.S. domestic security agency in an embarrassing setback for Republican House Speaker John Boehner, increasing the threat of a partial agency shutdown at midnight. With just hours left before spending authority expires for the Department of Homeland Security, a three-week spending bill was rejected in the House by a 224-203 vote that left lawmakers few options ahead of the deadline. The vote sent lawmakers scrambling to determine their next steps in a political battle that was originally triggered by Republican efforts to block funding for Democratic President Barack Obama's executive orders last November on immigration by attaching provisions to the department's spending bill. Boehner, who has struggled to control conservatives in his party who considered any compromise on immigration a surrender to Obama, left the House chamber and refused to comment before the final vote was announced.


U.S. bill links Hong Kong economic privileges to autonomy

A bipartisan group of U.S. legislators reintroduced a bill on Friday aimed at putting pressure on China to ensure autonomy and human rights in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act would update a 1992 law that has afforded Hong Kong trade and economic privileges not enjoyed by mainland China. It would require the U.S. secretary of state to certify annually that Hong Kong is sufficiently autonomous before enacting any new laws or agreements granting Hong Kong such different treatment. It is sponsored by Republican Representatives Chris Smith and Dana Rohrabacher and Democrats Eliot Engel and Dan Lipinski.

Adoption by same-sex parent recognized by Alabama appeals court

A box of cupcakes are seen topped with icons of same-sex couples at City Hall in San Francisco An Alabama appeals court ruled on Friday that the state must recognize the out-of-state adoption of three children by the estranged wife of their birth mother, lawyers for the plaintiff said. The decision comes as a handful of Alabama judges have refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of a federal ruling, and as another same-sex couple in Mobile has sued seeking similar adoption rights. Alabama this month became the 37th state where gay marriage is legal after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stay a federal ruling that struck down Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage. Despite that, Roy Moore, the conservative chief justice of the state's Supreme Court, has directed judges not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.


Police: 7 fatally shot, gunman dead in southeastern Missouri

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri State Highway Patrol says seven people have been killed in overnight shootings in southeastern Missouri and that the gunman is also dead.

AccuWeather: Near Record Lows

AccuWeather: Near Record Lows Meteorologist Chris Sowers says another night of bitter temperatures will be followed by a wintry mix late Sunday.


MLS Commissioner Garber: Hopeful season will start on time

BOSTON (AP) — Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber says he is still hopeful the season will start on time, even as the professional soccer league and its players head into the last week of their offseason without a collective bargaining agreement.

Training of Syrian rebels in Turkey in 4-6 weeks: US

A rebel fighter stands on a tank near the frontline in the village of Ratyan in the countryside north of the Syrian city of Aleppo on February 19, 2015 The US military said Friday the training of moderate Syrian rebels will likely begin within four to six weeks in Turkey after the two NATO allies clinched an agreement last week. Potential recruits still needed to be vetted for the training sessions, which will take place in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, as well as Turkey, Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby told a news conference. About 1,500 Syrian rebels had been identified to take part and of those 100 had been screened and approved, Kirby said.


Google's Blogger reverses porn policy after user backlash

NEW YORK (AP) — Apparently Google bloggers like to post porn. A lot.

Obama bids farewell again to Attorney General Eric Holder

Singer Aretha Franklin, left, hugs outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, as President Barack Obama applauds, at an event celebrating Holder at the Department of Justice in Washington, Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. Franklin (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has bid farewell to Attorney General Eric Holder one more time.


Seattle sending elephants to Oklahoma City Zoo

FILE -- In this Nov. 19, 2014, file photo, Chai, a 35-year-old Asian elephant, holds a pose as she waits for a zookeeper to place hay in a box in her enclosure at the Woodland Park Zoo, in Seattle. The zoo announced Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, that it will send its two endangered Asian elephants, Bamboo and Chai, to the Oklahoma City Zoo so they can be part of a larger social herd. Critics of the zoo's elephant exhibit have argued for years that the exhibit should be closed and the elephants sent to a sanctuary in California. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) SEATTLE (AP) — Like the Supersonics, Seattle's two remaining elephants are relocating to Oklahoma City.


FDIC closes Puerto Rico's Doral Bank; Banco Popular steps in

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. shut down Puerto Rico-based Doral Bank on Friday, with Banco Popular taking over most of the operations of what once the U.S. territory's fourth largest bank.

Stopgap DHS funding fails in US House, midnight shutdown looms

The US Senate approves funding for the Department of Homeland Security hours before a midnight deadline, but remaining congressional hurdles pushed the agency responsible for domestic security to the brink of shutdown The US House rejected Republican leadership Friday, failing to approve a three-week extension of Department of Homeland Security funding and setting up a dramatic showdown hours before the agency goes into partial shutdown. If Congress can not pass legislation that allows money to flow, 30,000 DHS employees will be furloughed, while some 200,000 agency staff, including border agents, will be ordered to work without pay. Keeping the DHS funded is a congressional priority, but it became embroiled in bitter political battle over President Barack Obama's immigration plan, which most Democrats support. The Senate approved a "clean" DHS funding bill Friday free of controversial amendments sought by House Republicans to block Obama's immigration executive orders.


Phillies' Jake Diekman continues to 'gut it out'

Phillies' Jake Diekman continues to 'gut it out' If making it to the Major Leagues and having a successful career is not hard enough, Philadelphia Phillies reliever Jake Diekman is doing it with a chronic disease that he's been suffering from since he was a kid.


Russian opposition leader Nemtsov shot dead in Moscow

File photo of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov speaking to the media during a gathering of opposition supporters in central Moscow By Alexander Winning MOSCOW (Reuters) - Boris Nemtsov, a Russian opposition politician and former deputy prime minister who was an outspoken critic of President Vladimir Putin, was shot dead meters from the Kremlin in central Moscow late on Friday. Nemtsov, 55, was shot four times in the back, the Interior Ministry said. "Nemtsov B.E. died at 2340 hours as a result of four shots in the back," an Interior Ministry spokeswoman said by telephone.


Top Asian News at 11:30 p.m. GMT

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — A prominent Bangladeshi-American blogger known for speaking out against religious extremism was hacked to death as he walked through Bangladesh's capital with his wife, police said Friday. The attack Thursday night on Avijit Roy, a Bangladesh-born U.S. citizen, occurred on a crowded sidewalk as he and his wife, Rafida Ahmed, were returning from a book fair at Dhaka University. Ahmed, who is also a blogger, was seriously injured. It was the latest in a series of attacks on secular writers in Bangladesh in recent years.

Lawyers: Detained immigrant families in Texas issued bonds

DALLAS (AP) — Attorneys say the federal government is loosening its crackdown on issuing bonds for Central American immigrant mothers and children seeking asylum in the U.S. The shift comes after a federal judge ordered a halt to a detention strategy aimed at deterring other illegal crossings.

Sentence reduced for 2 Supreme Court demonstrators

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two protesters who pleaded guilty to demonstrating inside the Supreme Court have had their sentences reduced from five days in jail to one.

Jury: Billionaire looted mining firm; trial eyed huge home

NEW YORK (AP) — Billionaire Ira Rennert plundered a now-bankrupt mining company to pay for personal luxuries, jurors found Friday after a trial that spotlighted one of the world's biggest private homes.

Autopsy: Teen killed by Denver police had 4 gunshot wounds

DENVER (AP) — An autopsy shows a 17-year-old girl who was killed by Denver police officers while driving a stolen car suffered four gunshot wounds.

Boris Nemtsov, Vocal Critic of Russian President, Shot Dead in Moscow

Nemtsov was shot four times in the chest, according to local reports

Md. Senate president apologizes for Hitler comment

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller has apologized for citing Adolf Hitler while disputing a statement by the state's governor about the number of tax increases in recent years.

Betsy Ross Bridge ramp reopens in Pennsauken after tanker fire

Betsy Ross Bridge ramp reopens in Pennsauken after tanker fire The Delaware River Port Authority has reopened one lane on the Betsy Ross Bridge ramp from Route 90 east to Route 130, which had been shut down for several days following a tanker truck explosion.


Some California farmers to go without federal water

In this May 1, 2014 photo, irrigation water runs along the dried-up ditch between the rice farms to provide water for the rice fields in Richvale, Calif. A federal agency said Friday it will not release water for most Central Valley farms this year, forcing farmers to continue to scramble for other sources or leave fields unplanted. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — For a second straight year, the federal government said Friday it won't send any of its reservoir water to the Central Valley, forcing farmers in California's agricultural heartland to again scramble for other sources or leave fields unplanted.


Iceboaters take to the frozen Barnegat Bay

Iceboaters take to the frozen Barnegat Bay Subzero temperatures have frozen the Barnegat Bay solid in parts and now instead of seeing sailboats cut through the water, you see iceboats skimming along the top at breakneck speeds.


Biopic of martial arts legend Bruce Lee springs into action

HOLD FOR STORY - FILE - In this Nov. 24, 2014 file photo, Shannon Lee, daughter of Bruce Lee and president of the "Bruce Lee Foundation," poses for photographers during a press conference launching instant drinks in her father's name in Hong Kong. The legendary martial arts star Bruce Lee is getting the official biopic treatment, daughter Shannon Lee, announced Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. Bruce Lee Entertainment will produce the project in collaboration with Lawrence Grey (“Hope Springs”) and Janet Yang (“The Joy Luck Club”). (AP Photo/Vincent Yu, File) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Legendary martial arts star Bruce Lee is getting the official biopic treatment, daughter Shannon Lee announced Friday.


An appliance for when pancakes just aren't enough

An appliance for when pancakes just aren't enough The Cuisinart CPP-200 International Chef Crepe/Pizzelle/Pancake Plus offers countertop convenience in a familiar form factor. The kitchen appliance folds open to double the cooking surface.>


US could reopen embassy in Cuba within weeks

US Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere Roberta Jacobson speaks to the press after talks at the US State Department in Washington, DC on February 27, 2015 The United States and Cuba said they made progress Friday in talks on restoring diplomatic ties and Washington could reopen its Havana embassy before a key April summit if differences are overcome. After a second round of historic meetings, negotiators from both countries appeared optimistic about the road ahead, but cautioned there were still outstanding issues to resolve in order to restore diplomatic ties frozen for half a century. In open, honest and sometimes challenging...conversation we addressed the requirements of each side and the differences we identified in our first discussion in Havana a month ago," said top US diplomat for Latin America, Roberta Jacobson.


US could reopen embassy in Cuba within weeks

US Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere Roberta Jacobson speaks to the press after talks at the US State Department in Washington, DC on February 27, 2015 The United States and Cuba said they made progress Friday in talks on restoring diplomatic ties and Washington could reopen its Havana embassy before a key April summit if differences are overcome. After a second round of historic meetings, negotiators from both countries appeared optimistic about the road ahead, but cautioned there were still outstanding issues to resolve in order to restore diplomatic ties frozen for half a century. In open, honest and sometimes challenging...conversation we addressed the requirements of each side and the differences we identified in our first discussion in Havana a month ago," said top US diplomat for Latin America, Roberta Jacobson.


Denver policeman accused repeatedly of excessive force taken off streets

By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A Denver police officer who has cost the city more than $1 million to settle excessive force cases for which he was never disciplined has been pulled from street patrol, a department spokesman said on Friday. Shawn Miller has been placed on "non-line assignment" duty pending a review of his conduct and a plan to improve his performance, Denver Police Commander Matthew Murray told Reuters. According to internal affairs files released this week, 40 complaints have been lodged against Miller during his nine years on the force, nearly half from citizens who accused him of excessive force, using profane language and threatening to arrest people for no reason. The details emerge at a testing time for the Denver Police Department, which has been embroiled in controversy since the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old girl by two officers last month that led to protests.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics have 3 venue changes approved by IOC

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics got the go-ahead Friday from the IOC executive board to change three venue locations, with more changes expected in the next few months as the Japanese try to cuts costs.

Obama, Liberian President Sirleaf discuss Ebola recovery

President Barack Obama meets with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, to discuss the ongoing response to the Ebola outbreak in Western Africa and Liberia's recovery from the deadly virus. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama said Friday that the world has made "extraordinary strides in driving back Ebola" because of the efforts of the U.S., Liberia and other partners but both he and Liberia's leader said more must be done to combat the disease.


Black Madam: Amber Rose hired me for buttocks injections

Black Madam: Amber Rose hired me for buttocks injections A Gothic hip-hop artist charged with killing a London break dancer with an illegal buttocks injection name-dropped her way through testimony Friday, claiming that one of the celebrities who sought her out became "a walking billboard" for her work.


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