One of the top golfers in the world is running out of his favorite clubs after they were discontinued — and a rival player is holding a set hostage

Tommy Fleetwood, who plays with discontinued Nike VR Pro Blades, is down to his final set of irons heading into the PGA Championship. Fellow Englishman Paul Casey is in a position to help Fleetwood out, possessing an unused pair of the now-rare irons, but he has refused to part ways with them. Casey went on to joke that the only way Fleetwood would get his hands on the irons is if the two players were Ryder Cup teammates. This Thursday the best golfers in the world will meet at Bellerive to compete for the 2018 PGA Championship. While most players spend the days leading up to the tournament mapping the… Read More

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Duo accused of swiping charity donation jars from 7-Eleven stores (VIDEO)

Someone who saw the two at a Burger King days later turned them in Watch video A man and woman seen on video stealing jar filled with cash donations for a charity from a 7-Eleven in Middlesex County last week were arrested Tuesday thanks to an alert customer a fast-food eatery, authorities said. Michael Locurto and Angela Cichetti were charged with two counts each of theft of movable property and possession of stolen property, Old Bridge police said in a statement. The two also admitted to swiping a donation canister from a 7-Eleven at corner of Route 516 and Gaub Road and Old Bridge, officials said. The canisters contained money… Read More

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Stephen Colbert mocks Infowars’ Alex Jones for getting banned by Silicon Valley ‘soy flakes’

Stephen Colbert on Tuesday mocked Infowars host Alex Jones for getting removed from the online platforms of companies like Facebook, YouTube, Apple, and Spotify this week. The “Late Show” host brought back a Jones-like character called Tuck Buckford to parody Jones and Infowars in reaction to the news. Stephen Colbert on Tuesday mocked Infowars’ host Alex Jones over the news that companies like Facebook, YouTube, Apple, and Spotify had kicked his show off of their online platforms this week. “Why now? Why did this happen now?” the “Late Show” host asked in his monologue. “Alex Jones has been spreading vile conspiracy theories that hurt real people for years. Well, Jones… Read More

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Brad Pitt’s team is striking back at Angelina Jolie’s ‘deadbeat dad’ claims: He’s paid ‘millions’

Unnamed friends of Brad Pitt told Page Six that he’s paid “millions” in child support in the form of therapists, travel expenses, and body guards for his children. They say Angelina Jolie is trying to sway public opinion against Pitt by suggesting he’s a “deadbeat dad” in a court filing Tuesday. Their divorce process, which has been going on for nearly two years, appears to be increasingly contentious. Team Brad Pitt has come to the movie star’s rescue. Speaking to Page Six, friends of his refuted Angelina Jolie’s characterization that he’s a “deadbeat dad” and say he’s paid “millions” for therapists, travel expenses, and body guards for their six children.… Read More

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What it means to be a type A, B, C, or D personality — and how to find the strength in each one

Chances are you’ve been labelled as a certain personality type in your life. You might have been called an extrovert or an introvert, or found out you’re an INTJ using the Myers-Briggs Indicator. One of the most common personality designations is whether you’re a type A, B, C or D. They are fairly useful indicators for the kind of person you are, according to psychologist Perpetua Neo, but it might not be clear-cut whether you’re one or the other. “I think for most people it tends to be one thing and then a little bit of another thing,” she told INSIDER. “I think with most personality type skills, you tend… Read More

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star Henry Golding hadn’t acted before the movie, and was suggested by an accountant who recognized his charm

“Crazy Rich Asians” star Henry Golding had never acted before filming. Director Jon M. Chu found Golding after he widened the search for the leading man, Nick Young, because the casting process was “lazy.” Chu found Golding through an accountant on the movie who noticed his charm and movie-star quality after seeing him at an awards show. “Crazy Rich Asians” star Henry Golding took the leading role in the $30 million Warner Bros. rom-com without any acting credits to his name. Before Golding was cast in “Crazy Rich Asians,” which is the first studio movie starring an Asian-American cast in 25 years, he hosted travel shows on BBC and Discovery… Read More

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