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DETROIT--U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor ruled Thursday that the U.S. government's warrantless domestic eavesdropping program is not only illegal, but unconstitutional, and ordered an immediate halt to it.
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Pat Hurst watched expressionless as Jeong Jang prepared to putt on the 18th hole Sunday.
Hurst had already wrapped up her round at the Safeway Classic, a 4-under 68 that gave her the lead.
Jang was a shot back, but her birdie putt was less than 18 feet away. If she sank it, a playoff would be necessary.
"I kept thinking I didn't want to miss on the low side," Jang said. "But I did."
Jang finished with a 70 for a 9-under 207 at Columbia Edgewater Golf Club in Portland, and was the runner-up at the tournament for the third time -- one shot back of Hurst.
"I just keep trying and keep trying," she said.
Kim Saiki shot a 67 on the 6,377-yard, par-72 course to finish tied with Jang. Saiki was also second in Portland to Chris Johnson in 1997.
Juli Inkster had a 70 to finish two strokes back at 208.
"I had a pretty hot start. I birdied three of the first four holes, I think, and I just kept it steady after that," Hurst said.
Actually, she birdied four of the first five holes to finish with seven and wasn't hurt by three bogeys after starting the day in a group one stroke behind the leaders.
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