At the Masters, the Biggest News Isn't Golf

Bipartisan agreement can be rare in Washington, but politicians from both parties are coming out in favor of allowing women to join the all-male August National Golf Club, home of the annual Masters Tournament. "Don't you

Bipartisan agreement can be rare in Washington, but politicians from both parties are coming out in favor of allowing women to join the all-male August National Golf Club, home of the annual Masters Tournament. "Don't you

The night before his trip to the Southeast with friends, Russ Berkman left for a quick errand, and when he came back, his Swiss mountain dog, Sierra, had an unfortunate surprise for him.

Henrik Stenson was one hole from celebrating his 36th birthday as the clubhouse leader at the Masters on Thursday. But that last hole, oh, what a doozy. Stenson tumbled from the top of the leaderboard with a quadruple-bogey 8 on the par-4 18th.

After a few hours of consternation on Thursday afternoon, it was determined that Luke Donald did not sign an incorrect scorecard and will not be disqualified from the Masters. The issue surrounded Donald's score on the par-4