Former number one Tiger Woods has dropped out of the world top 100 for the first time in his career as he continues his battle against injuries and loss of form. Just last January Woods posted an 82 in the Phoenix Open -- his worst round as a professional -- that saw him drop outside the top 50 in the world rankings for the first time in more than three years. He then jumped from world number 221 to 75 five tournaments later in breaking through for a maiden pro career win at the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational, the first of his 79 PGA Tour titles.
The US Supreme Court will on Monday consider whether a man deemed mentally handicapped should be sentenced to death. In a 2002 decision -- "Atkins versus Virginia" -- the Supreme Court forbade the execution of people with intellectual disabilities. Then, the court found that such an execution would amount to the "cruel and unusual punishment" banned by the US Constitution's Eighth Amendment. The case the top court is to hear Monday involves Kevan Brumfield, who was sentenced to death by a state court for killing a police officer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1993.