What started as a rather funny joke has gained some minor traction online, so much so that a Golf Channel analyst weighed in on it. So, we thought it would be helpful to nip this in the bud once and for all; to explain it, so we can all go back to having a good laugh about it. The ‘controversy’ (which I’m putting in air quotes because it’s not a real controversy), happened on Jordan Spieth’s 13th hole of his final round. After blowing his drive miles right, Spieth spent the next 20 minutes or so running around, trying to figure out where to drop his ball after taking an unplayable lie. He eventually settled on a spot on the driving range, which brings us to the spoof controversy. Before his shot,
The INSIDER Summary: We tried fried chicken from Popeyes, Church's, Chick-fil-A, and KFC to see who makes it the best. KFC was the clear loser - their chicken was dry and their batter was bland. Chick-fil-A came in third place because while we loved the batter's flavor and seasoning, but the chicken didn't taste as authentic because the chain doesn't offer meat on the bone. Church's came in second place. The meat was juicy and tender, but its batter wasn't as flavorful as Popeyes, which came in first place. A good piece of fried chicken has to achieve the difficult balance of being crispy on the outside, and juicy on the inside. Not all restaurants get it right - which is why we set out to find
Newly released video shows how three American soldiers were gunned down by a Jordanian soldier outside the al-Jafr air base in 2016
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President Donald Trump tweeted early on Tuesday that acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe “got $700,000” from Hillary Clinton. In a July 19 interview with The New York Times, Trump said, “We have a director of the FBI, acting, who received $700,000, whose wife received $700,000 from, essentially, Hillary Clinton. Which is Hillary Clinton.” Trump was referring to Terry McAuliffe, the Virginia governor and longtime Clinton ally.
Princess Diana’s brother Earl Spencer claimed this morning that Buckingham Palace "lied" to him by saying that Prince William and Prince Harry had wanted to walk behind their mother's coffin. The Earl, who gave a controversial eulogy to his sister at Westminster Abbey in which he memorably declared that she was the ‘most hunted’ person of the modern age, also said on Radio 4's Today program that there have been four attempts to break into Diana’s tomb. Spencer also said that the Queen - his godmother - accepted his ‘right’ to speak as he did at Diana’s funeral, saying: "Somebody I know very well said to her 'What do you think?' and she said 'He had every right to say whatever he felt, it was his sister's funeral'.