The new draft guidelines echo those of several leading medical groups, but they don’t make the decision any easier for men.
• Spaniard likens Augusta showpiece to the Champions League of golf
• ‘The Open is like the Champions’ Champions League,’ says García
After finally burying the majors demon that haunted his golfing career for nearly 20 years at the Masters, Sergio García now has his sights set on the Open title.
His comments during the campaign didn’t bolster high hopes, but his summit with Xi Jinping showed he needs China’s business
Donald Trump’s comments about China during the US presidential campaign didn’t exactly bolster high hopes for Sino-American relations once he was elected. Trump denounced China for “taking our jobs,” and “[stealing] hundreds of billions of dollars in our intellectual property.” He repeatedly accused China of manipulating its currency. The low point came last May, when Trump warned his followers that, “We can’t continue to allow China to rape our country. That’s what they’re doing. It’s the greatest theft in the history of the world.”
Given such inflammatory rhetoric, many people understandably felt considerable trepidation in the runup to Trump’s summit with Chinese president Xi Jinping at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. It wasn’t hard to imagine a refused handshake or the presentation of a bill for payment, like the one Trump reportedly gave visiting German chancellor Angela Merkel (a report denied by the White House).
The Vermont senator’s atypical online show, which is broadcast on social media and will soon tour the US to highlight big issues, is attracting a sizeable fanbase
Ask someone to picture Bernie Sanders and they’ll likely see him leaning over a podium. With his arms raised. Shouting.
So the Vermont senator’s latest venture may seem a little jarring. It’s a chat show.