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15 hurt in Miami club shooting...Teen escape recaptured...US loses in Ryder Cup



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MIAMI (AP) — Police say 15 people have been hurt in a shooting at a Miami nightclub early today and that the youngest victim is 11 years old. Authorities say one of the victims is in critical condition. Miami police say investigators are going from hospital to hospital interviewing witnesses as they try to determine what prompted the shooting and how many shooters there were.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee authorities say the last of the 13 teenagers who escaped from a youth detention center in Nashville is back in custody. Police say the 16-year-old boy was located early today by an officer on patrol. The teens escaped Friday night when they overpowered a guard at the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center and used the guard's keys to let themselves out of a dormitory. Twelve of the teens were recaptured within hours.

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner (BAY'-nur) says the United States may have "no choice" but to send American troops to fight Islamic State group militants if President Barack Obama's strategy fails to destroy the extremist group. Boehner tells ABC's "This Week" that he doesn't believe Obama's approach will accomplish that. He says it will take more than airstrikes to destroy the Islamic State group, and he criticizes Obama for saying he won't send in American ground troops.

SANLIURFA, Turkey (AP) — Al-Qaida's Syrian affiliate says jihadists around the world will strike back at the coalition that's conducting airstrikes against Islamic militants in Syria. The Nusra Front is one of the targets of the U.S.-led coalition, along with the extremist group known as the Islamic State. Both groups want to impose Islamic law in Syria, but they are fighting each other in Syria. Washington views the Nusra Front as a terrorist organization, while most Syrian rebels see it as a highly effective ally.

GLENEAGLES, Scotland (AP) — U.S. golfers have failed in their bid to wrest the Ryder Cup away from Europe. Europe won the cup for the third straight time today, with two big rallies early and a great shot by Jamie Donaldson to finish off the Americans. It's the eighth time in 10 tries that Europe has captured the cup.

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