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UCLA beats Cal in final seconds after Josh Rosen is knocked out of game

As UCLA prepared to enter a new era, it was forced to contemplate the unhappiest of endings. Quarterback Josh Rosen was forced out of what might have been his final home game as a Bruin on Friday night after getting thrown to the turf during a sack late in the second quarter. Rosen remained in...

Isaiah Johnson throws four TD passes to Rayshawn Williams to lead Crenshaw past Carson

In a showdown between two of the City Section’s proudest programs, Isaiah Johnson threw five touchdown passes — four to Rayshawn Williams — to lead Crenshaw past Carson and into the inaugural Open Division championship game with an impressive 41-13 semifinal victory Friday night at Crenshaw High....

Kings lose third in a row, a 3-2 overtime decision to Coyotes

Christian Fischer scored on a rebound with 2:17 left in overtime to lift the Arizona Coyotes past the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 on Friday night. Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Brendan Perlini also scored for the Coyotes, who have won three of their last four games. Arizona won at home for the first second...

9 Great Spots for Vegan Food in Dubai

Are you a vegan traveling to Dubai? Don't fret—the emirate's vegan options will not disappoint. The post 9 Great Spots for Vegan Food in Dubai appeared first on PETA.

The Huddle: Rams remain atop the NFC West as the Saints come to town

The Rams and New Orleans Saints are among the NFL's highest-scoring offenses, separated by 1/10th of a point. Expect a shootout Sunday at the Coliseum.

A awkward partnership might be the solution to Germany's political stalemate

After an inconclusive fall election threatened to paralyze Germany’s leadership, the renewal of a uncomfortable right-left partnership could herald an end to what analysts had been calling the country’s worst post-war political crisis. The center-left Social Democrats abruptly said Friday that...

Subsidizing Coal and Nuclear Power Could Drive Customers off the Grid

By Joshua M. Pearce, Michigan Technological University Within the next month, energy watchers expect the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to act on an order from Energy Secretary Rick Perry that would create new pricing rules for certain power plants that can store fuel on site to support grid resilience. Show More Summary

TransCanada recovers 44,400 gallons of oil from Keystone pipeline spill site

(Reuters) - TransCanada Corp said on Friday it has recovered 44,400 gallons, or 1,057 barrels, of oil from the Keystone pipeline spill site at Amherst, South Dakota.

I’m Not the Child of a Rapist, I’m the Child of a Rape Victim

It is a great honor to have been invited to speak at Peru’s first international pro-life conference. I’m an attorney, wife, mother of 5, international pro-life speaker and writer, and the President of Save The 1 – a global pro-life organization with a network of over 525 who were conceived in rape (like me) and […]

United Nations Plan to Push Sex on Young Children is Defeated as African Nations Fight Back

(C-Fam) Parental authority made a comeback in three UN resolutions about children this week, something thought impossible just a year ago. There were audible gasps from the floor of the UN conference room on Monday morning as the vote tally of the UN third committee appeared on the overhead screen. The vote was close. Parental […]

Because We Need It: Let It Go

Not because we need to let it go -- we're under no requirement to let anything go that we don't want to, so there. But our president is an infant, and Alabama is preparing to put a monster in the U.S. Senate, and parts of Puerto Rico...Show More Summary

Argentina permits new soybean seed as EU debates weed-killer glyphosate

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina authorized on Friday the use of genetically modified soybean seeds resistant to herbicides other than glyphosate, as the European Union (EU) debates whether to extend the license of weed-killers containing the ingredient.

Mexico creates marine reserve around islands called 'Galapagos of North America'

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government has created a marine park the size of Illinois in the Pacific, the largest ocean reserve in North America for the conservation of giant rays, whales and turtles, including dozens of species endemic to the area.

Quake magnitude 5.1 strikes southwest Turkey

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - An earthquake of magnitude 5.1 hit southwest Turkey at 2149 GMT on Friday, Turkey's Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute said.

Big Oil Companies Being Sued for Climate Impacts Could be a ‘New Normal’

BONN, GERMANY – Fossil fuel companies have known for a long time that their products significantly contribute to climate change. But it wasn’t until recently that scientists began to understand just how much of the climate crisis could...Show More Summary

Planned Parenthood staffer charged with felony embezzlement

A fired Planned Parenthood staffer has been charged with felony embezzlement in Oklahoma County District Court, according to a local media outlet. Kelly Lee Smith, 38, worked at Planned Parenthood’s first facility in the state to offer abortions, located in Warr Acres. Show More Summary

College football: Pittsburgh stuns No. 2 Miami behind freshman quarterback Kenny Pickett

Miami's perfect season is over. The Hurricanes can only hope their shot at a spot in the College Football Playoff isn't gone, too. Freshman quarterback Kenny Pickett ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as Pittsburgh stunned the second-ranked Hurricanes 24-14 on Friday. Pickett bulled over...

UCI-made game explores a ‘magical world’ with costumes and spells

Joshua Tanenbaum always envisioned creating a mixed-reality game that incorporated elements of theater, costumes and dance. The UC Irvine assistant professor of informatics got his chance last fall when he collaborated with then-student Natalie Nygaard to start developing an interactive storyline...

Blake Griffin's sixth career triple-double came at the right time

The first assist Blake Griffin delivered to a cutting Wesley Johnson in the first quarter might not have been an indication that a triple-double was on the horizon, but it was a signal of how the Clippers’ best player was going to assert himself this night. For those who have been around Griffin...

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