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Jessica Jones Gets Another Round, Agent Coulson Returns & More MCU News

Great news for fans of private investigators and unhealthy drinking habits. Just over a month after the second season of Jessica Jones dropped onto Netflix, the show would come back for a third, the streaming […] The post Jessica Jones Gets Another Ro

Photos: 33 Surreal, Alien-Like Landscapes on Earth

One of the best things about sci-fi films is the beautiful fantasy worlds they depict. But most of them are inspired by real-life locations right here on Earth. The towering pillar-like formations in […] The post Photos: 33 Surreal, Alien-Like Landscape

Watch: Donovan Peoples-Jones explodes for 79-yard go-ahead TD against Spartans

In a heated rivalry game against the Michigan State Spartans, Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones came through with the biggest play of the game on a go-ahead touchdown. Late in the third quarter, Wolverines quarterback Shea Patterson unle

This is what a true one-handed catch really looks like -- and it's very, very impressive

Let Washington WR Aaron Fuller show you how it's really done.

Banks with 3 TDs leads Cornell past Brown 34-16

Dalton Banks threw for three touchdowns and Cornell beat Brown 34-16

Russo rallies Temple past No. 20 Cincinnati 24-17 in OT

Russo rallies Temple past No. 20 Cincinnati 24-17 in OT

Robert Morris edges Division II Central State (Ohio) 49-45

Jimmy Walker threw for 162 yards and four touchdowns and Robert Morris beat Division II Central State (Ohio) 49-45

Lafayette's defense keys 29-27 win over Bucknell

Sean O'Malley passed for one touchdown and ran for another and Lafayette beat Bucknell 29-27

This week at progressive state blogs: NC GOP's war on early voting; Republicans plan safety net cuts

This week at progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Here is the October 13th edition. Inclusion of a blog post does not necessarily indicate my agreement with—o

Hines helps Duquesne overtake St. Francis 27-20

Hines helps Duquesne overtake St. Francis 27-20

Solder hopes he can help Giants salvage season

Nate Solder knows the Giants haven't played up to expectations this year, and it's on him to be part of the solution

John Stevens eager to see LA Kings resilience against adversity

Opening the season 2-4-1 would make any coach unhappy and John Stevens explains his frustration and why he is confident the LA Kings will be able to fix it

No. 19 Iowa pummels Maryland 23-0 for 3rd straight win

Nate Stanley throws for 86 yards, TD and 19th-ranked Iowa pummels Maryland 23-0 for 3rd straight victory

Vettel fastest in last practice at US Grand Prix

Vettel fastest in last practice at US Grand Prix

Saturday midday open thread: Investigation shows 340,000 Georgians wrongly purged from voter rolls

17 days remain until the last ballots are cast in the 2018 midterms • What’s coming up on Sunday Kos…. Republicans are coming for your Medicare in 2019, by Jon Perr Coal is dying, and Trump knows it, by Sher Watts Spooner Examining

Salah scores in Liverpool's 1-0 win at Huddersfield in EPL

Mohamed Salah scored for just the second time since August to earn Liverpool a 1-0 win at Huddersfield in the English Premier League on Saturday

US GP: Vettel leads Ferrari 1-2 in final practice

Vettel outpaced Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen by less than a tenth, while championship leader and Friday pacesetter Lewis Hamilton jumped to third late on as Ferrari and Mercedes adopted different approaches to an unusually busy Saturday practice. After bot

Fun Facts About ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’

There are ton of video games out there, way more than any person could ever play, and many of them you shouldn’t play. But some games are so good, so iconic, so important […] The post Fun Facts About ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ appeared fir

Red Bull won't let Ricciardo test 2018 Renault

The test is the only opportunity for drivers who are changing camps to gain on-track experience with their new teams before proper 2019 testing kicks off in February. For those drivers making 'friendly' moves, such as Charles Leclerc to Ferrari, Pierre Gasly

Gulbis beats Isner to reach Stockholm Open final

Ernests Gulbis reached his first ATP final since 2014 by beating top-seeded John Isner 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 at the Stockholm Open on Saturday

Put me in, coach! This Rutgers fan rocking a helmet in the stands is fully committed to his squad

Keep your head on a swivel. Always be prepared. And dress like a champion.

Top seed Edmund faces Monfils for ATP Antwerp title

Top-seeded Kyle Edmund defeated 2016 champion Richard Gasquet in straight sets to reach the European Open final in Antwerp

Michigan scores its first passing TD vs. Michigan State since 2011

It's been a while... since the Wolverines found the end zone through the air against the Spartans, anyway. After a 75-minute weather delay in East Lansing, Michigan got on the board first to take a 7-0 lead.

Grant will help fund STEM after-school program at museum

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) - The Discovery Museum has received a $20,000 grant to help fund an after-school program focusing on science, technology, engineering and math for Bridgeport Public School students. The grant comes from Sikorsky, the Stratford-based hel

Best horror attractions 2018: Bennett's Curse (Baltimore, Maryland)

With Halloween approaching, the last place scare-seekers might go to find horrifying possibilities is the local mall. However, those humans stopping by southern Baltimore's Eastpoint Mall will find an indoor smorgasbord of terror, thanks to “Bennett's C

Kurt Busch tops final Cup practice at Kansas

Busch, who led the most laps last weekend at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway before running out of gas in overtime, posted the fastest average lap speed (186.226 mph) early in the final 50-minute practice session. Erik Jones was second (186.104 mph) and Aric A

F1 drivers warned over Austin track limits

In a note sent to teams by F1 race director Charlie Whiting on Saturday morning, he warned that any driver whose car runs completely off track on the exit of the downhill left-hander at Turn 19 in qualifying will have his laptime deleted. Furthermore, any con

House battleground polls look good for Democrats, but the cliche is true: It's all about turnout

Democrats have reason to be cautiously optimistic based on New York Times/Siena College polling of 50 battleground House districts, Nate Cohn writes. But there is most definitely work to be done. “It all comes down to turnout” is a cliche of politics, bu

View from the Left: Reeling on health care, Republicans double down on anti-immigrant racism

In several tweets on Thursday, Donald Trump gave up Republicans' greatest weaknesses heading into the midterms: their biggest Achilles heel is how unpopular what they tried to do on health care was, in part, because what they did do on taxes turned out

Controversial study links cannabis use to accelerated brain aging

But experts say the findings of the study appear to “prioritize marketing over science”

David Cross can guess “95%” what kind of David Cross fan you are just by looking at you

David Cross talks about politics, making comedy that lasts and what type of person likes his best-known works

Stephen Colbert dresses like Moses to rebuke Pat Robertson for putting money over murder

Colbert criticized Robertson’s stance that missing Washington Post journalist is not an issue.

Robert Reich: The truth about the Trump economy

The trade wars are about to take a toll on ordinary workers.

In State Tectonics, an explosive ending for the future of democracy

An omnipotent data infrastructure and knowledge-sharing tech organization has spread across the planet. Global conspiracies to disseminate propaganda and rig elections are ever present. Algorithms determine what people see as objective truth, and terrorist or

Khashoggi’s fate shows the flip side of the surveillance state

It’s been over five years since NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden lifted the lid on government mass surveillance programs, revealing, in unprecedented detail, quite how deep the rabbit hole goes thanks to the spread of commercial software and connectivi

Early-stage SaaS VC slip snaps recovery as public software stocks soar

Jason Rowley Contributor Jason Rowley is a venture capital and technology reporter for Crunchbase News. More posts by this contributor International growth, primarily in China, fuels the VC market today Corporate venture investment climbs higher throughout 20

China is funding the future of American biotech

Silicon Valley is in the midst of a health craze, and it is being driven by “Eastern” medicine. It’s been a record year for US medical investing, but investors in Beijing and Shanghai are now increasingly leading the largest deals for US lif

A Twitter employee groomed by the Saudi government prompted 2015 state-sponsored hacking warning

An explosive report in The New York Times this weekend sheds new light on the apparent targeting of Twitter accounts by “state-sponsored actors” three years ago. It comes in the wake of the confirmed death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khash

Jose Altuve undergoes knee surgery

Astros second baseman Jose Altuve underwent surgery on his right knee Friday, Mark Berman of Fox26 and MLB.com’s Brian McTaggart reported (Twitter links). McTaggart pointed out yesterday that the 2017 AL MVP played through knee pain throughout the second ha

After hurricanes hit, Operation Airdrop volunteers fly resources to places FEMA can’t (or won’t)

This post was written and reported by Darlena Cunha, through our Daily Kos freelance program. A week after Hurricane Michael devastated the Florida Panhandle, many people in the area have gone into starvation mode, according to Leah Tedder, a nurse on the
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