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This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical the first time winner AP's a gram a guy's reports one of the game's French players went wire to wire to win in Michigan after years of playing the many tours and surviving a family tragedy thirty six year old late lastly emerge from the shadows to win his first PGA tour event at the rocket mortgage classic at the Detroit golf club it's a career changing of and getting a when I hear it gives you job security gets you into majors you know you have two years to you know two more years to basically get more comfortable and play better at all lastly who lost his parents and girlfriend in a light plane crash in two thousand and four has been most of these golfing career in the minor leagues and opposed to just one top ten on the tour but all that changed with a stick shop when a dog Redmond he's now owned a two year exemption and can find they pursue his golfing drame I'm grand like us one of TV's most well known entertainers is helping foot the bill for some new college students Steve Harvey says he's committed to covering tuition for eight incoming freshmen at his alma mater Kent State University Kent state said in a release that the Stephen Marjorie Harvey foundation has worked with the school to provide scholarships of about twenty three thousand dollars per student they must maintain a two point five grade point average for the funding to be renewed each semester the scholarships are in memory of Devon more against a student from Cleveland who died in twenty seventeen while playing basketball the University Center the school says the foundation also committed ten thousand dollars to ten states many empowerment network charged with looting his own campaign cash and is trying to cover it up he pees Matt small reports a congressman from California says he's the target of politically biased prosecutors a federal judge in San Diego is scheduled to consider a motion to toss out a corruption case against congressman Duncan hunter as attorneys for the California Republican insist the charges are politically motivated hunter and his wife Margaret was already pleaded guilty to one corruption counts and agreed to testify against them we're charge last year with a legally using over a quarter million dollars in campaign funds for family trips and other personal expenses prosecutors even see some of the money was used to help finance his extramarital affairs prosecutors are expected to ask the judge to block hunter from introducing evidence about his bias claims that small Washington AP radio news I'm Jackie Quinn a United.

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