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Target: Buy 3 Select Household Items (Bounty, Tide, & More), Get $10 Gift Card (9/24-9/30)

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Target: Buy 3 Select Household Items (Bounty, Tide, & More), Get $10 Gift Card (9/24-9/30)

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Target offers a $10 Target Gift Card when you Buy 3 Select Household Essentials Items. Select in-store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders 35+ or if you select the 'Subscribe to Save 5% option' when available.Thanks persian_mafia

Note, you can mix and match products. The $10 Target Gift Card will automatically be added to cart when you select 3 eligible items.
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Tour Championship: Paul Casey leads to boost FedEx Cup hopes

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Tour Championship third-round leaderboard
-12 P Casey (Eng); -10 K Kisner (US), X Schauffele (US); -7 B Koepka (US), P Reed (US), J Thomas (US)
Selected others:-6 J Rahm (US); -4 J Spieth (US), D Johnson (US); +1 M Leishman (Aus)
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England's Paul Casey boosted his hopes of winning the FedEx Cup and a $10m (£7.4m) bonus by moving into the lead in the season-ending Tour Championship.

Joint overnight leader Casey, 40, shot a five-under-par 65 to move to 12 under after three rounds in Atlanta.

He is two shots ahead of Americans Kevin Kisner and Xander Schauffele.

If Casey - 10th in the FedEx standings - wins the tournament, he could take the FedEx title depending on where higher-ranked players finish

"I want the win. I want my name on the trophy at East Lake," said Casey, whose daughter Astaria was born two weeks ago but he has not met her.

He told Sky Sports: "The cool thing is that I'll be playing in the final group with Kisner and we've both just had children. My little girl was born on September 11 and his boy I think a couple of days prior to that.

"I won a week after Lex (his son) was born at the KLM Open so, although this tournament is the most important thing tomorrow, there are more important things away from the course."

Any of the 30 players in the tour Championship can theoretically win the FedEx Cup, but only those in the top five in the standings are assured of doing so with victory.

Open champion Jordan Spieth began the week with a 200-point lead over Justin Thomas, with world number one Dustin Johnson, Marc Leishman and Jon Rahm the other players in control of their own destiny.

Thomas, Casey's playing partner, is five shots behind after shooting a 70, with Rahm a shot further back, Spieth and Johnson eight shots off the lead and Leishman on one over.

Casey, who has not won a PGA Tour title since 2009, said: "My last round here last year was a 64 and I'd take a 64 on Sunday."

He carded birdies on the third and fifth, an eagle on the sixth and another birdie on the seventh after almost holing his approach.

But Casey failed to get up and down from greenside bunkers on the next two holes, while Kisner birdied the 13th and chipped in for another on the next.

A birdie on the 11th edged Casey back in front and another from 40 feet on the 17th extended his advantage.

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iFixit’s iPhone 8 teardown shows that you really don’t want to crack that glass back

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The iPhone 8 has finally arrived, and iFixit got a jump on its teardown of the updated device by traveling to Sydney, Australia to pick it up a bit early. Its examination of the phone shows that while it’s similar in some respect to the iPhone 7, you really want to make sure that you don’t break that glass back.

Apple claimed that the glass in the phone’s back is really strong, but now that it’s out in the hands of users, we’ll get a good idea of how durable it really is when people start dropping it. It’ll be worth making sure that it doesn’t break: the company confirmed yesterday that repairing the phone’s glass back will be more expensive than the screen under AppleCare+.

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iHome Star Wars Episode VII Star Destroyer(TM) Bluetooth Speaker $18.49

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iHome Star Wars Episode VII Star Destroyer(TM) Bluetooth Speaker $18.49

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Toys R Us has select iHome Star Wars Bluetooth Speakers on sale for $18.49. Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $29+. Thanks aray0002 & Lanzelot

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary.[LIST][*]iHome Star Wars Episode VII Star Destroyer Bluetooth Speaker $18.49
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Alabama Man Who Waited 10 Years for Trial Is Found Guilty

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In Dothan, Ala., a jury convicted Kharon Davis of a 2007 murder after a four-day trial. Two key witnesses against him changed their stories on the stand.

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Oil companies sued to pay for cost of rising sea levels, climate change

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San Francisco Embarcadero. (credit: David Yu)

At least five California municipalities are suing five major oil companies, claiming in public nuisance lawsuits that the firms should pay for the infrastructure costs associated with rising sea levels due to climate change.

The latest suits announced Wednesday by Oakland and San Francisco name BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, and Royal Dutch Shell. The cities claim the oil companies knew of the dangers of fossil-fuel-driven climate change but kept mum. The cities claim that global warming, which they say has melted ice sheets and heated sea water, has contributed to rising seas by about eight inches in California over the past decade. They say it could rise 10 feet by the year 2100.

"The bill has come due," San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said. "It's time for these companies to take responsibility."

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