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UPDATED: Conflicting Reports on Illegal Killing of Cecil the Lion’s Brother Jericho in Zimbabwe

12 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Update: Conflicting reports are surfacing about the death of Jericho, with a field researcher saying the lion is “alive and well.” Original post follows. More heartbreaking news out of Zimbabwe as Jericho, the brother of slain lion Cecil,… The post UPDATED: Conflicting Reports on Illegal Killing of Cecil the Lion’s Brother Jericho in Zimbabwe appeared first on Towleroad.

Medical News Today: First ever successful field testing of Ebola vaccine reported

The vaccine rVSV-ZEBOV has proven to be successful at halting the spread of the Ebola virus in ongoing field tests conducted in Guinea.

New York Knicks Reportedly Sign Sasha Vujacic to 1-Year Contract

The New York Knicks are one step closer to fielding a team that's almost certain to improve upon last season's lowly 17 wins. The organization reportedly agreed to terms with longtime Los Angeles Lakers shooter Sasha Vujacic. The New...Show More Summary

GOP field expands to 17 with Gilmore added

Rachel Maddow reports that former Virginia governor Jim Gilmore has filed paperwork to run for the Republican nomination for president in 2016, even as the...

Wilmer Flores' on-field tears and the perils of social media

One of the strangest scenes you'll ever see on a Major League Baseball diamond unfolded Wednesday night at Citi Field in New York City It began with reports from Twitter, continued with a Mets player openly crying on the field mid-game...Show More Summary

Chris Clemons reports to Jaguars camp before first practice

Whatever personal issue that kept pass-rusher Chris Clemons from reporting to Jaguars camp on time has apparently been resolved. According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, Clemons showed up at EverBank Field this morning. The Jaguars practice for the first time at 9:55 a.m., and it’s unclear if Clemons will take part since he…

Houston Astros Trade Rumors: Carlos Gomez Has Been Traded Again By Milwaukee Brewers

Houston Astros trade rumors reveal a huge deal for Carlos Gomez. This Astros trade gives the team an All-Star outfielder that has also won a Gold Glove playing center field. A report from CBS Sports on Thursday night, July 30, confirms that the deal is going down immediately. Show More Summary

Carlos Gomez finally does get traded — to Astros, not Mets

One day after reports had him as traded to the Mets, leading to a debacle in which New York shortstop Wilmer Flores cried on the field, Carlos Gomez really was traded by the Brewers. The Astros acquired the two-time all-star outfielder Thursday, along with pitcher Mike Fiers, for four prospects.Read full article >>

Google Glass Enterprise Edition reportedly targeting a fall launch for businesses

It’s safe to say that as a consumer product, Google Glass wasn’t quite ready for masses. That’s not to say it didn’t excel in some fields, the business sector for example (healthcare, manufacturing, and energy) where Glass was the perfect fit for busy folks on-the-go.

A Mets player broke down crying on the field after he was mistakenly told he got traded in the middle of a game

A bizarre scene unfolded during game against the Padres when Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores started crying while on the field after a premature report broke that he had been traded. The chaos began around the seventh inning when multiple reports broke stating that the Mets had agreed to a trade for Brewers All-Star center fielder Carlos Gomez. Show More Summary

Mets Player Hears He’s Been Traded, Cries on Field, Learns He Wasn’t Actually Traded

The Major League Baseball trade deadline is tomorrow, and the Mets have been active over the past several days, acquiring Juan Uribe, Kelly Johnson, and Tyler Clippard. Last night at around 9 p.m., reports circulated on Twitter that they’d made another, even bigger move, trading Wilmer Flores and Zack Wheeler... More »

Wilmer Flores Cries After Reported Mid-Game Trade, Mets Leave Him on the Field

Those who say there’s no crying in baseball have never been traded mid-game. During Wednesday's game against the San Diego Padres, New York Mets infielder Wilmer Flores heard he was being dealt to the Milwaukee Brewers, per Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Show More Summary

In Food News: Charles Smith Jet City Winery Opens in Georgetown, PCC Comes to Columbia City, and More

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Charles Smith Wines Jet City: 32,000 square feet, two tasting rooms, and views of Mount Rainier and Boeing Field. Charles Smith Wines Now Open • As Tobias reported, winemaker Charles Smith just opened an impressive—and massive—urban winery called, appropriately, Charles Smith Wines Jet City. Show More Summary

Field Report from Mars: Sol 4060 - June 26, 2015

Larry Crumpler gives an update on the Opportunity rover's activities in Spirit of St. Louis crater.

Match report, video and Mourinho’s comments after Chelsea edges Barcelona

My match report from FedEx Field, where a crowd of almost 79,000 watched Chelsea defeat Barcelona on penalty kicks after an entertaining 2-2 draw. Match video: Afterward, the Jose Mourinho show began. He spoke of the crowd colors: Chelsea’s “blue guys” mixing with “Barcelona people.” “I first thought when I got out on the pitch, […]

Complete Green Bay Packers Training Camp Preview

Both the Green Bay Packers' rookies and veterans will report to St. Norbert College on Wednesday to kick off training camp this summer. The first practice will be held on Thursday, July 30, at 8:20 a.m. CT at Ray Nitschke Field. If you're...Show More Summary

Citing Fecal Contamination, FDA Issues Import Alert for Some Mexican Cilantro

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an Import Alert on Tuesday about cilantro from the state of Puebla, Mexico, due to concerns about fecal contamination which investigators reportedly found in fields and in cleaning and processing facilities in that area. The alert affects cilantro being imported to the United States between April 1-Aug. 31,... Continue Reading

"Jon Stewart's secret White House visits/Obama, aides took unusual steps to cultivate ‘Daily Show’ comic."

Reports Politico.Top Obama aides David Axelrod and Austan Goolsbee knew Stewart’s voice mattered and made sure to field calls and emails from the host and Daily Show staff.... Goolsbee acknowledged he would stay in touch with The Daily...Show More Summary

The Most Diverse Senate Field Ever

“There are already at least five major Democratic candidates of color running for U.S. Senate in 2016, a significant boost in diversity to a group that has traditionally been overwhelmingly white,” the Huffington Post reports. “These numbers are likely to [...]

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