Even after months of acrimonious campaign squabbles, it seems Donald Trump's most dramatic feud may be with someone he's not even running against.
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The Secret Policeman's Ball
I want a man with a slow hand, except in golf
Golf: It's not the speediest of sports. But rounds are taking far too long. Players are way too "methodical." Reuters examines what professional tours are doing to move things along. One example: The U.S. PGA Tour fines players $20,000 if they get "put on the clock" for slow play a minimum of 10 times during a single season. Our question: How can you tell?
from Reuters News Now:
A leftist Kurdish organization and an Arab tribal militia in northern Iraq share little more than a common enemy. But the alliance is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order.
from Tales from the Trail:
A day before Paul Ryan was set to meet with Donald Trump, the Republican House Speaker told a press conference at the Capitol what he thought about party unity and his party's presumptive nominee.
from Alison Frankel:
(Reuters) - Last month, facing what we now know to be as much as $852 million in exposure to drivers in California and Massachusetts, the ride-sharing company Uber agreed to a class action settlement with drivers in those states. At the time of the agreement, valued at between $84 and $100 million, Uber was in the midst of appealing a series of decisions by U.S. District Judge Edward Chen of San Francisco, who held that the company's mandatory arbitration clause was unenforceable.