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Dark day at Wimbledon for Jack Sock vs. Sam Groth and Aussie 'Fanatics'

On a startlingly bright and sunny day Tuesday at the usual overcast and gloomy Wimbledon tennis tournament, the United States' second-best men's player got it socked to him.

The New Film "PlantPure Nation" Examines Why We Spend Over $3.8 Trillion Dollars Annually in the United States on Healthcare

I read "The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted And the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, And Long-term Health" in 2007 and found its scientific conclusions staggering: if men want to avoid...Show More Summary

Photos: Kansas’ Basketball Players Have A Pretty Sweet Setup On Their Long Flight To South Korea

We wish we could fly like Kansas’ men’s basketball team currently is.  The Jayhawks, who will represent the United States in the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, are up in the sky on their 13-hour flight across the ocean.  They’re traveling in style.    We Out….. Show More Summary

Jonathan Price: Marine Coldly Slain In Robbery, Wife Shot — Now Cops Say They Got The Killers

Jonathan Price, a United States Marine, and his wife Megan were out celebrating her 24th birthday on June 21 of last year, when two men came out of nowhere and coldly, ruthlessly, shattered the young couple’s whole world. Now, almost...Show More Summary

Justice Roberts Doesn't Know History

In his dissent against today's 5-4 decision that made marriage legal for gay men and lesbians everywhere across the United States, Justice Roberts issued this appeal to historical precedent: The majority's decision is an act of will, not legal judgment. Show More Summary

Gay Men's Chorus beautifully performs 'Star-Spangled Banner' at Supreme Court

The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, D.C., wasted no time celebrating the Supreme Court ruling on Friday, granting same-sex couples the right to marriage across the United States. The choir was captured performing a beautiful a capella...Show More Summary

5 key takeaways from the USMNT's Gold Cup squad announcement

Jurgen Klinsmann annoyed some fans with his selections as always, but they're nothing to be concerned about. The United States men's national team released their 23-man squad for the Gold Cup on Tuesday, and a lot of people got upset. Show More Summary

USA Gold Cup Roster 2015: Final 23-Man Squad and Starting 11 Projections

United States men's national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann named his 23-man roster for the upcoming Gold Cup on Thursday, with few surprises in the unit. The most interesting omissions were on defense, where Klinsmann left off DaMarcus...Show More Summary

Men in the Movement: Fathers, Partners and More

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the launch of State of the World's Fathers at the United Nations. The report, produced by the global alliance MenCare, provides an excellent overview of men's roles within families, in the home, and in the health system. Show More Summary

Argentina Live Up to Their Gold Medal Aspirations

Argentina's men's basketball team may have come up short against the United States, but their heavily favored soccer team laid claim to a gold medal of their own. Angel Di Maria's chip shot past Ambrose Vanzekin was all the Argentines needed to defeat Nigeria in a brilliantly contested Olympic gold medal match. Show More Summary

Dream A Little Redeem With Me

Heading into the Games of the XXIX Olympiad, the United States men's national basketball team had two goals. First and foremost, they wanted to win a gold medal. That is, after all, the primary mission of any Olympic quest. The secondary...Show More Summary

America’s getting even fatter: Startling growth in obesity over past 20 years

last weekHealth : The Checkup

New obesity statistics are out for the United States, and they show that nearly two-thirds of adults are at an unhealthy weight.An analysis published in JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday found that 75 percent of men and 67 percent of women ages 25 and older are now overweight or obese. Show More Summary

LIFE AMONG THE RULING CLASS: “The men and women responsible for running our government happen to li…

LIFE AMONG THE RULING CLASS: “The men and women responsible for running our government happen to live in one of the most racially segregated big cities in the United States.” Plus: “Of course, D.C. isn’t alone in its racial segregation. Plenty of big cities are similarly sorted.” One-party Democratic rule just hasn’t gone on long […]

USMNT Watch: Yedlin Loan Discussed, Gatt Gives Injury Update

One of the key names to watch this summer in the United States men's national team talent pool is DeAndre Yedlin. The Tottenham Hotspur right-back is looking to impress manager Mauricio Pochettino ahead of the 2015/16 English Premier...Show More Summary

America's Unwanted Young Men

I've been watching a sad tale of prejudice and hate. It started years ago in a place called Columbine. Two misfits named Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold started the United States down a path that would destroy this country's tolerance for what used to be called "boys will be boys". Show More Summary

At Least 400 US Citizens Killed By Police Annually

The number of men and women killed annually by police in the United States is estimated to be between 400 and 1,000, a human rights watchdog said in a report issued Thursday.

Links I liked

“more than one-third of couples who married in the United States from 2005 to 2012 met online.” I tricked Kate Cronin-Furman into writing this: “Is the International Criminal Court really targeting black men?“ How two mysterious bodies belie the shame … Continue reading ? The post Links I liked appeared first on Chris Blattman.

Clint Dempsey Rips Up Referee's Notebook, Might Be Suspended From Gold Cup

Clint Dempsey is the United States' best-known soccer player, and possibly its best player period—and the U.S. men's national team might have to play this summer's high-profile Gold Cup without him after he lost his temper and shredded...Show More Summary

Al Qaeda in Yemen execute two Saudis accused of spying for America

SANAA (Reuters) - Al Qaeda militants in Yemen executed two Saudi men accused of spying for the United States on Wednesday, two eyewitnesses said, a day after the group announced its leader was killed in a suspected U.S. drone strike...

Who’s stock is up or down among 10 US Men’s National Team players

2 weeks agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

The United States Men’s National Team enjoyed a historic week with friendly wins in Amsterdam against the Netherlands and in Cologne against Germany. While the results were incredible from the perspective of a national team that has historically performed poorly … Continue reading ?

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