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McIlroy surges ahead in Dubai with flawless 64
McIlroy of Northern Ireland looks at the ball after a strike from the fairway sand at hole number 10 in the second round of the Dubai Desert ClassicBy Bernie McGuire DUBAI (Reuters) - World number one Rory McIlroy stormed into a one-shot lead in the Dubai Desert Classic with a sparkling second-round 64 on Friday. McIlroy birdied his closing three holes to move to 14-under par as he seeks to win the Dubai title for a second time since breaking through to claim a first professional success in the 2009 tournament. Scotland’s Marc Warren stayed on target for a maiden Masters invitation and a fourth Tour title by shooting a 65 to sit in second place at 13 under par. Former U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell (65) and England’s Seve Benson (66) were a further shot back.

Concussions down 25%, says NFL
Strong safety David Bruton of the Denver Broncos lies on the ground in pain after a play that would force him out of the game with a reported concussion, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, on December 28, 2014The number of reported concussions suffered by players in NFL games declined 25 percent in the 2014 season, the league said, ahead of the Super Bowl. Concussions has been a hot-button issue for the sport, amid accusations the NFL is not doing enough to protect players. In a health and safety briefing on Thursday, the league said the number of concussions caused by helmet-to-helmet hits had fallen most dramatically, an apparent result of stricter rules on such tackles. The drop in reported concussions comes despite the introduction of increased efforts to spot them, including sideline cameras, observers in the stands and improved diagnostic techniques.

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Biden urges Democrats to take credit for stimulus, U.S. recovery
Vice President Joe Biden gestures while speaking to members of the House Democratic Caucus in Philadelphia, Friday Jan. 30, 2015. (AP Photo/ Joseph Kaczmarek)U.S. Vice President Joe Biden warned House of Representative Democrats on Friday that Republicans are trying to take credit for a strengthening economy and urged his party to tout the stimulus, auto bailouts and health care reforms engineered by the Obama administration. Biden, speaking at a Democratic policy retreat in Philadelphia, said that unless Democrats explain how these policies helped the economy, Republicans will persuade Americans in an "orchestrated effort" that their election victories last November sparked a stronger wave of growth and hiring. "This is our story, the Democratic party's story," Biden said.

House Democrats' new message on the economy: We told you so
President Barack Obama shakes hands with House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md., after making opening remarks at the House Democratic Issues Conference in Philadelphia, Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Democrats' new message on America's economic recovery is: We told you so, and we're going to keep telling you so.
   

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