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The Associated Press

Day moves to No. 1 in world

LAKE FOREST, Ill.—Jason Day has plenty of rivals at the moment but very few peers.

Day’s runaway victory victory yesterday in the BMW Championship vaulted him to No. 1 in the world ranking, backing up a boast the then little-known Australian made during a conference call with reporters in 2007—and for which he was roasted on more than one occasion since.

Mets have meltdown

NEW YORK—Managing innings for Matt Harvey, plus an entire team in a pennant race, is becoming quite a headache for Terry Collins.

Carlos Beltran, CC Sabathia, and the N.Y. Yankees took advantage of Harvey’s early exit last night—routing the sloppy N.Y. Mets 11-2 to tighten the AL East standings just in time for a critical trip to Toronto.

Thatcher to grace $10 bill?

LONDON—Britain is abuzz with U.S. presidential candidate Jeb Bush’s suggestion that Margaret Thatcher should grace the new $10 bill.

Mock-ups of a $10 note featuring the former prime minister were prominent on British newspaper websites today.

Even the BBC couldn’t resist—pasting an image of a steely-eyed, if slightly smiling, Thatcher onto the bill.