The news that Augusta National has admitted two female members surprised me, and of course, that was the point. This had to happen on Augusta's terms, the Augusta way.
One of the top online gamers of "Starcraft II" in the world, Korea's MVP takes us inside the life of a pro-gamer.
Should the world's best video game players -- those who earn six figures and play professionally -- be considered athletes? Are they on par with Olympians?
Aimee Copeland, the 24-year-old Georgia woman who has waged a two-month battle against flesh-eating bacteria, was released from a hospital Monday.
Aimee Copeland continues her recovery after losing her hands, one leg, and the other foot to flesh-eating bacteria.
The young woman battling a flesh-eating bacterial infection in Augusta, Georgia, has taken another step toward recovery: Doctors have upgraded her condition from "serious" to "good."
For Andy Copeland, the "Aimee Day" event he'd been waiting for happened when he was in church.
Brooke Baldwin talks to bacteria victim Bobby Vaughn about the flesh eating disorder.
"Today... May 27... ...is AIMEE DAY!!!"
Andrew Spencer reports on two women fighting flesh-eating bacteria and a survivor that wants to share her story of hope
Six school buses bound for a metro Atlanta amusement park were involved in a multi-vehicle crash Saturday, sending 65 people to the hospital, including a seriously injured driver, Georgia authorities said.
Doctors' attempts to combat rare, aggressive bacteria that have infected a University of West Georgia graduate student have suffered a further setback: 24-year-old Aimee Copeland's remaining foot and both her hands were amputated, according to a blog on the school's website.
Aimee Copeland's father, Andy, posts a moving update on his daughter's fight to survive flesh eating bacteria.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen on how a new mom in South Carolina was diagnosed with flesh-eating bacteria after giving birth.
The University of West Georgia graduate student infected with rare "flesh-eating" bacteria has proven to be "amazingly resilient," her father said Wednesday, and a second apparent case has been reported.
The parents of Aimee Copeland, the victim of a flesh-eating bacteria, stay hopeful as their daughter is in the hospital.
The doctors for Aimee Copeland are promising a "roller coaster ride of highs and lows" in the coming weeks and months as she struggles against a rare "flesh-eating" bacteria, her father said.
"Aimee Day" can't come soon enough.
South African pair Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel put their Augusta disappointments behind them to impress in the opening round of the Malaysian Open Thursday.
I'm a Masters rookie. My assignment here this week as part of CNN's coverage team marks the first time I've been to the tournament or Augusta National Golf Club.
As Russ Berkman understood it, desperate times call for desperate measures.
Augusta National won't comment on the issue of allowing female members. Patrick Snell reports.
Divisions between sexes start with pink and blue clothes for babies, move into dance classes and football practice and later into single-sex book clubs and bowling leagues.
In her essay on OutFront, CNN's Erin Burnett's talks about Ginnie Rometty, the Masters and women closing the pay gap.
A sheriff's deputy in Georgia was shot and killed Sunday morning while investigating a domestic dispute, the Richmond County Sheriff's Office in Augusta said.
A preliminary investigation is under way into an altercation that left a high school football coach hospitalized with severe facial injuries after a Georgia football game, a sheriff's investigator told CNN on Tuesday.
British golfer Rory McIlroy has enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2011, winning his first major championship and climbing to third in the world rankings.
Rory McIlroy tells CNN?s Don Riddell about his ambition to become the world?s number one golfer.
He was the first golfing superstar, and his legacy lives on more than 80 years after he made sporting history.
Newly-crowned U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy has told CNN he would love to emulate the dominance of former world number one Tiger Woods after clinching his first major triumph at Congressional County Club on Sunday.
Teenager Matteo Manassero became the youngest player to win two European Tour events as Rory McIlroy's final-day woes continued at the Malaysian Open on Sunday.
A female sports reporter blasted the all-male Augusta National Golf Club on Monday, a day after a security guard wouldn't let her in to interview one of the stars of the recent Masters tournament.
Reporter Tara Sullivan says a misunderstanding by a security guard kept her from doing her job at the Masters.
He was born into poverty, became wealthy via the stock exchange, suffered the suicides of both his parents, and would ultimately end his own life on the golf course that bears his legacy.
To most golf fans, the annual arrival of yet another Tiger Woods-branded computer game was met with an indifferent shrug of the shoulders. But in the cloistered world of the Augusta National Golf Club, this year's arrival -- ahead of this week's 75th Masters -- was nothing short of a revolution.
When the azaleas are blooming in Augusta, Georgia it's a sure sign that The Masters is nigh. Mercedes-Benz, as the elite golf tournament's automotive sponsor, sees no surer proof that it sits atop the world of luxury car brands, a perch once occupied by Cadillac.
A Marine Corps reservist helping in a "Toys for Tots" drive was stabbed Friday when he grappled with a fleeing shoplifting suspect, authorities in Augusta, Georgia, said.
The first U.S. double-hand transplant patient says he's back at square one after much healing and therapy.
Military police at Fort Gordon, near Augusta, Georgia, have arrested a civilian for impersonating a soldier after "possible grenades" were found in his vehicle on base, a base spokesman said early Wednesday.
The cocktail waitress whose voicemail from Tiger Woods helped unravel the golfer's sex scandal last fall was arrested in West Hollywood, California, Wednesday night on several driving-related warrants.
Tiger Woods's wife skipped the Masters and is seeing her ailing mother
As Tiger Woods hit drives and putts during pre-Masters preparations this week, he was trailed by gigantic, cheering galleries -- and a handful of security men.
Panelists weigh in on how well Tiger Woods did during his Masters press conference.
Golf.com's Connell Barrett talks to CNN about Tiger Woods' press conference at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
The golfer's wife - sans wedding ring - picks up daughter Sam from her Orlando, Fla., school
"He was all business as usual," says a fellow golfer at the Masters in Georgia
A source says Tiger Woods hopes his wife will attend the tournament, but "she would rather not be there"
But Tiger Woods's wife has been asked to publicly support her husband's return to golf
Damon Hack of Sports Illustrated discusses the pros and cons of Tiger Woods choosing the Masters as his return to golf.
Four months after an auto accident and reports of extramarital affairs put his golf career on hold, Tiger Woods announced Tuesday that he plans to return to the sport at the Masters Tournament in April.
The Masters-bound champ says he feels "ready to start my season at Augusta"
The golf world is buzzing with reports that Woods will make his comeback soon
In the spring of 2002, Vernon Forrest and I sat in front of his television watching a DVD from his previous fight. A few months earlier, Forrest had unexpectedly beaten Shane Mosley to win the WBC welterweight belt. Forrest was training for a summer rematch, but had carved out time to entertain a stranger with a notepad for two days in Atlanta. As he replayed the win over Mosley, Forrest would pantomime his moves, cleaving the air with jabs and bobbing his head. Then he'd pause the DVD.
CNN's Larry Smith reports on the final round of the Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
An investigation into dirty colonoscopy instruments turns up one HIV positive veteran. Judy Fortin reports.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has launched an investigation into whether there is a connection between improperly sterilized endoscopy equipment and a veteran's positive HIV test.
U.S. Masters -- April 9-12, 2009
Tiger Woods' former coach, Butch Harmon, sits down for a chat about the golf pro.
Thousands of vets may have been infected with life-threatening viruses after a hospital discovers unsterilized probes.
Thousands of veterans in South Florida may have been exposed to hepatitis and HIV because of contaminated equipment after getting colonoscopies at the Miami Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, officials announced Monday.
Technology improves our lives in so many ways -- from our toasters, ovens and refrigerators at home, to our computers, fax machines and BlackBerrys at work. Technology makes once burdensome tasks easy and fun.
Some disabled vets benefit from swimming with some of the biggest fish in the world, as CNN's Judy Fortin reports.
Retired Army Spc. Scott Winkler had many scary encounters while serving in Iraq, but they were nothing compared with his recent experience at the world's largest aquarium: swimming alongside a massive whale shark.
"Travis is in good condition and discharged this morning," a burn-center rep tells PEOPLE
An explosion at a Mississippi paper plant killed one worker Saturday and injured 17 others, according to authorities.
CNN's Larry Smith breaks down the leaderboard after the second round of the Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
Like a lot of kids, Aaron Sohacki's dad took him to watch airplanes take off and land at the airport.
CNN.com's Nicole Lapin interviews Aaron Sohacki, founder of a company that allows regular people to fly privately.
A worker wounded in an explosion early this month at a Georgia sugar refinery died Saturday night at a burn center, bringing the death toll to 11, hospital officials announced Sunday.
Firefighters are on the scene of a sugar refinery explosion near Savannah, Georgia.
Firefighters recovered a fifth body Saturday from the ruins of a sugar refinery near Savannah, Georgia, gutted by a massive explosion and fire Thursday night, authorities said Saturday.
More houses of worship are installing electronic tithing kiosks, and new IRS rules are one reason
Botulism-linked plant closes
Former champion Ernie Els goes into this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational with one eye firmly fixed on next month's Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
Ted Haggard says he's about to embark on a process of rehabilitation known as "spiritual restoration," an ancient practice that could take years to complete.
American Vaughn Taylor birdied two of the last three holes for an eight-under 63 to set the early pace in the Heritage Classic first round at Hilton Head on Thursday.
A grand jury indicted two men Wednesday in the 2001 stabbing death of Daniel McFarland Smith, husband of the woman hailed as a hero for turning in a man accused of killing a judge and three other people in Atlanta.
A suspect in two killings in South Carolina who was captured Tuesday in Augusta, Georgia, told U.S. marshals he had come to the city for the famed Masters golf tournament.
An ex-convict suspected of killing two people and sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in South Carolina over the weekend was captured Tuesday in Augusta, Georgia, the U.S. Marshals Service said.
Jessica Marie Lunsford, the 9-year-old Florida girl whose body was found Saturday near her parents' home, was kidnapped from her bedroom, and there is evidence from a medical examiner that she was sexually assaulted, the Citrus County sheriff said Sunday night.
The body of a 29-year-old pregnant woman, abducted when she interrupted a burglary at her mother's Augusta, Georgia, home, was found Sunday, and a suspect was arrested for her death, a county sheriff's inspector said.
(CNN) -- Authorities searched Friday for a 29-year-old pregnant woman who they believe was abducted in Augusta, Georgia, after she interrupted a burglary.
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