Robert Martinez's camera above Glendora captures family of cougars in the daylight — followed by a night visitor.
San Francisco overcame a three-run deficit to record a blowout 11-4 victory in Game Four of the World Series against the Kansas City Royals on Saturday, leveling the best-of-seven series at 2-2.
American journalist and freelance photographer James Foley campaigned for Barack Obama. But when he was captured and held by ISIS, Obama was not there for him. The Sunday Times reported in August that President Obama delayed a rescue mission for … Continue reading ?
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Yves here. Real News Network is running an eight-part series on capitalism and democracy, with Chris Hedges and Sheldon Wolin as interlocutors. I thought the second segment in the series, which is historically focused, to be particularly strong. It seeks to trace the evolution of what they call corporate capitalism, or what we've sometimes called Mussolini-style corporatism.
We can only imagine the uproar Babe Ruth's Called Shot home run at Wrigley Field would've created had Twitter been around during the 1932 World Series.
In the midst of a whiteout in Beaver Stadium, the Penn State Nittany Lions showed a great deal of resilience through a full 60 minutes and then some against the No. 13 Ohio State Buckeyes. However, the home team came up just short and...Show More Summary
Mexican cartel kills anonymous woman tweeter. Ben Bradlee dies. A food editor returns to LA Times. Kuehl and Shriver don't like each other. Yosemite proposes $30 admission per car. Plus tweets of the day and more.
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Underdogs by 6, trending to 7. Someone at work was offering 9 with no takers.
The Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals will fight it out in Week 8 of the 2014 NFL regular season on Sunday in what should be a fantastic clash between two very strong teams.
It’s not often that an assistant coach is the focal point of a college football game, but that’s what Lane Kiffin was on Saturday night in Neyland Stadium. Kiffin’s sudden, dead-of-night departure from Knoxville in early 2010 left Tennessee fans stunned after what has been the Volunteers’ only winning season since 2008. Show More Summary
Two leading civil rights activists applaud the prosecution, saying that allegations of racial profiling are not "toys" to be tossed out lightly to cover up misdeeds.
This building is a museum in Meitan County, Guizhou, China. Can you guess the theme of the museum? Yes, it's tea! This is the National Tea Museum. Appropriately, the building is shaped like a teapot. It's 242 feet tall. If it was an actual teapot, it could hold approximately 749,253 gallons of tea. Show More Summary
Would he lie to you? A top mayoral aide on Thursday acknowledged a problem that Chicago Police officers have been beefing about for months: a shortage of police vehicles that can only be solved with more frequent purchases.“There was not an investment for a while, so the overall number went down. Show More Summary
Dear tops, When someone corrects your technique while fucking, set your ego aside and say thank you. Thanks for telling me. Thanks for making that clearer. I like knowing your body better, thanks. You are lucky that she spoke up—it is a good thing. It means she is capable of communicating about what feels good […]
When history is written about Colorado’s 10-month-old experiment with recreational marijuana, events of the past week should be good for at least a chapter. Dr. Larry Wolk, the state’s chief medical officer and the executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), came out for a ban on most marijuana-infused products... Continue Reading