Canadian Adam Hadwin shoots 13-under 59 in CareerBuilder

Adam Hadwin celebrates on the 18th hole after shooting a 59 to take the third round lead in the CareerBuilder Challenge golf tournament at La Quinta Country Club Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, in La Quinta, Calif. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)LA QUINTA, Calif. (AP) — The temperature barely climbed into the 60s on a spectacular, clear afternoon in the desert after two rainy days. Adam Hadwin stopped counting at 59 — 13-under 59, that is.



Trump's DC hotel a hub of activity and ethics questions

In this Jan. 19, 2017, photo, police stand guard outside the Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington. While President Donald Trump’s hotel in Washington did serve as a hub of inaugural activities it also stands as ground zero for what top Democrats and some ethics advisers see as his unique web of conflicts of interest. Trump’s lease with the federal government to develop and operate a hotel inside the historic Old Post Office building expressly prohibits any elected official from benefiting from the property, yet Trump has not divested from his company or this particular project. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)WASHINGTON (AP) — Red, white and blue balloons rained down over crystal chandeliers in the soaring atrium of the Trump International Hotel at midnight Friday — "a new inaugural tradition," its social media account promised.



Trier returns, No. 14 Arizona shuts down No. 3 UCLA 96-85

Arizona guard Allonzo Trier, center, shoots as UCLA guard Lonzo Ball, left, and center Thomas Welsh defend during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, in Los Angeles. Arizona won 96-85. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Boosted by the return of Allonzo Trier, No. 14 Arizona showed off a potent offense to go along with its swarming defense.



Spurs coach Popovich blasts President Trump

CLEVELAND (AP) — Gregg Popovich would bench President Trump.
Women lead mass anti-Trump marches across US

Roused by fiery speeches and led by women in pink "pussyhats," hundreds of thousands flooded Washington and cities across the US to protest President Donald TrumpLed by women in pink "pussyhats," hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets of Washington and cities across the United States in a massive outpouring of defiant opposition to President Donald Trump. Roused by fiery speeches, the protesters sent out a resounding message of resistance the day after the Republican hardliner took office with a vow to roll back the legacy of his predecessor Barack Obama. Organizers estimated the turnout for the "Women's March on Washington" at half a million, double initial expectations, with huge crowds reported at sister marches nationwide, from Chicago to New York, Boston and Los Angeles.





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