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Instagram commenters think ESPN confused Serena Williams with Venus Williams in photo. They’re wrong.

5 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Take a look at this photo from ESPN’s Instagram account, taken Monday at the U.S. Open in New York: The caption: “@serenawilliams begins her march to history on ESPN. [Credit: Nick Laham for ESPN].” But some of the comments attached to the photo seem to think ESPN royally screwed up, and that it’s Venus Williams […]

Cubs ascend in August, finishing with 19-9 record

A 13-6 loss Monday night to the Cincinnati Reds did little to tarnish one of the most successful months in recent Chicago Cubs history.

Expansion of Military Exercises in Europe Increases Risk of War

NATO is launching the “Sea Breeze” military maneuver in the Black Sea on Monday. Around 2,500 participants from ten NATO countries and Ukraine will take part in the training this year, making it the largest exercise in its history, DWN reported.

More Intriguingly Mundane Moments from Hillary Clinton’s Email

On Monday night the State Department released another batch of Hillary Clinton's emails, and once again, there are no shocking revelations about her involvement in history's greatest conspiracies (though you may have seen some amusing parody emails floating around Twitter). The latest court-ordered released contained 7,000 pages of emails, more... More »

Shannon Miles, Man Suspected Of Killing Texas Deputy, Had History Of Mental Illness

19 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

HOUSTON (AP) -- The man accused of shooting and killing a suburban Houston officer has a history of mental illness and once lived in a homeless shelter, authorities said Monday. Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Darren Goforth was ambushed and shot 15 times, Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson said in a court hearing for Shannon J. Show More Summary

There goes the neighborhood: 'Black Ops 3' brings back Nuk3town

Activision announced on Monday that Nuk3town, the single most popular map in the Call of Duty franchise's entire history, will be available on CoD: Black Ops 3. Anybody that pre-orders BO3 for the PS4, XBone or PC will receive a download code that unlocks the legendary map when the game hits store shelves on November 6th. Show More Summary

After Donald Trump goes nuclear on Jeb Bush, Jeb responds that Trump is soft on crime

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) is hitting back at Donald Trump over a vicious new attack from Trump earlier Monday. After Trump blasted Bush's history on immigration Monday in a short Instagram video, the Bush campaign hit back with a bullet-pointed list alleging why Trump was soft on crime. Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Monday, August 31, 2015

Fact: Jake Arrieta threw the 14th no-hitter in Chicago Cubs history on Sunday night. It's the 2nd no-hitter for the franchise since 1973. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more MLB news on

NYPD Deputy Chief Kim Royster promoted to assistant chief

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

Deputy Chief Kim Royster was promoted to assistant chief Monday, the highest uniformed rank in department history for a black woman.

US Open Tennis 2015: TV Schedule, Start Times for Monday Night Draw

The whole world is watching Serena Williams as she begins play in the U.S. Open, playing for a spot in tennis history. Not only is Serena trying to defend the title she won a year ago, she is also trying to earn a calendar-year Grand Slam after earlier wins at the Australian, French and Wimbledon Opens in 2015. Show More Summary

John Oliver Improves History by Peppering It with Incredibly Elaborate and Totally Ridiculous Lies

Oliver's pants are on fire. John Oliver may be off until Sept. 13, but in classic “Last Week Tonight” fashion, the host — who likely couldn’t bear the thought of a “truth bomb-less” Monday — uploaded a mini web exclusive to his show’s YouTube channel. Show More Summary

US Open Tennis 2015 Prize Money: Complete Purse and Earnings from New York

Serena Williams will be playing for history when she faces unseeded Vitalia Diatchenko in the opening round of the 2015 U.S. Open on Monday. Winning the last of this year's Grand Slam titles would allow Williams to join Steffi Graf as the only other player to complete the calendar-year Slam. Show More Summary

The US Open Google Doodle is currently engaged in the longest tennis point of all time

Tune in live to catch history being made! Happy US Open Day! We bring you live to Monday's Google Doodle, where lowercase g keeps attacking the net but simply cannot produce a winner off lowercase o's retaliatory lobs. I've been staring at this GIF for 2 hours now, and have seen this rally go on for thousands of shots. Show More Summary

One billion people used Facebook on Monday

More than a billion people have used the social networking site Facebook in a single day for the first time in its history, the company said. In a post on his personal page on Thursday, the site’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, said one in seven people in the world had used the network on [...]Show More Summary

The Serena bump? Women’s U.S. Open final sells out before men’s for first time

Serena Williams is poised to make history when the U.S. Open starts on Monday. The 33-year-old will vie for her first-ever single season Grand Slam sweep, having already won Wimbledon, French Open and the Australian Open. It’s no wonder tickets for the U.S. Open women’s singles final sold out before the men’s final for the first […]

Facebook just reached an amazing milestone, and you were probably a part of it

Late on Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg published a post announcing that the world’s largest social network had reached an impressive new milestone: on Monday, August 24,  for the first time in site history, one billion users used Facebook in a single day. Show More Summary

Over 1B people used Facebook in a single day for the first time ever

Here’s a crazy statistic for you: For the first time in history, one billion people used Facebook in a single day this past Monday. That means one out of every seven people on the planet was logged into the network at some point during that day. Show More Summary

Facebook sets new record: 1 billion people on the site in a single day

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg announced today that on Monday the company recorded 1 billion daily users. This is the first time in its history that Facebook has hit this milestone. In a posting, Zuckerberg shared that while the company uses “average numbers” for its financials, this time this is actual numbers, which equates to […]

US Open Tennis 2015: Key Tournament Info and Championship Predictions

The 2015 U.S. Open kicks off Monday, and the season's final major will feature a rare chance to witness tennis history. Serena Williams looks to complete the calendar Grand Slam after previously winning the Australian Open, the French...Show More Summary

How more stock market chaos could rock the presidential campaign

US markets hadn't even opened yet on Monday, but New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) was pinning an expected downturn on President Barack Obama. "This is a history of failed policies by this president," Christie said on Fox News Monday morning. Show More Summary

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