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Guns aren't getting in the way of Beto O'Rourke's strong run for Texas Senate

Rep. Beto O’Rourke is putting on a surprisingly strong run against Sen. Ted Cruz—despite O’Rourke supporting stronger gun laws, supposedly an absolute no-go zone in the state. But it turns out that, even in Texas, some Republicans are with O’Rourke o

Cowboys aren't picking up option on WR Terrance Williams

The Cowboys aren't picking up a team option on the final year of Terrance Williams' contract, making the receiver an unrestricted free agent

Chatting on the bases is good-natured, a learning experience

Opponents getting friendly on the field during games hasn't always been such a thing

Power: “I’m in the best form of my life”

Last year Power became the most successful IndyCar driver in Team Penske’s history and scored the team’s 200th IndyCar win, while moving into second in the all-time pole winner’s list behind Mario Andretti.However, errors, mechanical failures and other

Barcelona Test Day 2: Leclerc continues Ferrari's grip of top spot

A faultless, high-mileage day for Charles Leclerc ensured Ferrari remained at the top of the timing sheets on day two, whilst Red Bull's Pierre Gasly ended the day in the barrier.Ferrari's successful preseason testing period showed no signs of ending after a

Bernie Sanders raises $1 million in less than four hours after announcing 2020 bid, campaign says

The $1 million total is made up of donations from people in all 50 states, Sanders' presidential campaign adds

«Fox & Friends» co-hosts warn of the dangers of socialism after Bernie Sanders leaps into 2020 race

Co-host Brian Kilmeade suggests that the «legitimate socialist» Sanders could turn the U.S. into «Venezuela»

Marvel’s ‘Cloak & Dagger’ Season 2 Trailer Teases Mayhem Vigilante

Tandy and Tyrone are back to cease criminal activity in Season 2 of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger series. On Tuesday, Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger posted a new Season 2 trailer on YouTube, and […] The post Marvel’s ‘Cloak & Dag

Hiker stuck in quicksand at Utah park feared he would die

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - An Arizona man whose leg was buried up to the knee in quicksand for several hours in Zion National Park in Utah over the weekend says he thought he might lose his leg or die because the quicksand's water was so cold. The 34-year-old Rya

Jason Whitlock: Colin Kaepernick’s settlement may be his first step in returning to the NFL

Jason Whitlock does his daily Whitlogue on today's show and shares his many thoughts on Colin Kaepernick's settlement with the NFL.

Quiet RJ Barrett shines in Zion’s shadow for No. 1 Duke

Quiet RJ Barrett OK with shining in Zion Williamson's shadow for No. 1 Duke, leads the ACC in scoring and is coming off a triple-double

DragonSpeed «not here to make up the numbers» in IndyCar

Sportscar outfit DragonSpeed announced late last year plans to contest five 2019 IndyCar rounds - St. Petersburg, Barber, the Indianapolis 500, Road America and Mid-Ohio - with a solo Chevrolet-powered entry driven by Hanley.The team, owned by former racer El

Orai raises $2.3M to make you a better speaker

Orai, a startup building communication coaching tools, is announcing that it’s raised $2.3 million in seed funding. CEO Danish Dhamani said that he co-founded the company with Paritosh Gupta and Aasim Sani to address a need in his own life — the fact

Democrats investigate Trump plan to give Saudis nuclear secrets against NSA advice

From Day One, the relationship between Donald Trump, his associates, and Saudi Arabia has been more than a little sketchy. Major examples include Trump making Saudi Arabia his first stop outside of the U.S.; son-in-law Jared Kushner’s secretive trips to S Petition Seeks to Sell Montana to Canada for $1 Trillion to Pay Down National Debt

An online petition seeking to sell the state of Montana to Canada for $1 trillion is going viral. Ian Hammond, who created the petition on, wants to sell The Treasure State to the […] The post Petition Seeks to Sell Montana to Can

When surveillance meets incompetence

Last week brought an extraordinary demonstration of the dangers of operating a surveillance state — especially a shabby one, as China's apparently is. An unsecured database exposed millions of records of Chinese Muslims being tracked via facial recognition

When a defect might be beneficial

Engineers have studied the structure and properties of the commonly occurring planar defects at the atomic scale, which spans only a few tenths of a nanometer.

Pottery reveals America's first social media networks

Long before Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and even MySpace, early Mississippian Mound cultures in America's southern Appalachian Mountains shared artistic trends and technologies across regional networks that functioned in similar ways as modern social media

Engineers can detect ultra rare proteins in blood using a cellphone camera

Commercial approaches to ultrasensitive protein detection are starting to become available, but they are based on expensive optics and fluid handlers, which make them relatively bulky and expensive. Knowing that having this sort of diagnostic system availabl

Alexa's Echo Wall Clock is up for sale again after connectivity issues - CNET

Hickory dickory dock, the clock is back in stock.

Trump's Space Force is coming, but not as originally planned - CNET

The president's dream of creating a military branch isn't happening yet, but it is moving forward under an existing wing of the armed forces.

PlayStation Vita Is Dead, Again, For Real This Time

The PlayStation Vita wasn’t bad. In many ways it improved on the PSP, the only non-Nintendo gaming handheld that was ever worth owning. Between its impressive power, shift from discs to cartridges, and […] The post PlayStation Vita Is Dead, Again, Fo

5,600-Year-Old Human Skull Bone Fished Out of the Thames by Lucky 'Mudlarker'

Someone found this 5,600-year-old skull fragment while sifting through the muddy shore of the River Thames.

Mexican president to cut grand prix funding to pay for railway

Mexican GP organisers have won the ‘best promoter’ award at the FIA’s annual end-of-season prizegiving every year since the race rejoined the F1 schedule in 2015. The organisers received government funding, reported by the Financial Times to be worth a

Captain Marvel is already getting 'review-bombed' - CNET

Grab your pager and get ready to head back to the 1990s for a solo film about a Marvel heroine who just might save the universe. Here's what we know.

Tweens deal with eating disorders, too: Why I write «tough» books for young kids

There’s no use sheltering kids to preserve their innocence. The better option is to be honest and offer hope

McDowell defends Daytona 500 decision not to push Logano

McDowell defends Daytona 500 decision not to push Logano

Seager enters 2019 after physical, dietary makeover

Seattle third baseman Kyle Seager enters the 2019 season after a physical and dietary remake

'Young Blood' Transfusions to Prevent Aging Are Unproven and Risky, FDA Warns

If you think the idea of getting a transfusion with «young blood» to ward off aging sounds far-fetched, well, U.S. health officials agree.

The 'Rubber Ducky' Comet Is Stressed and Keeps Cracking Its Neck

Comet 67P's head has spent 4.5 billion years trying to twist away from its neck. And that's caused some stress fractures.

Trump aide still won't comment on report that he knew about undocumented workers at Trump golf club

White House aide and former golf caddy Dan Scavino still won’t directly respond to the recent report that he knew the golf club he once managed for Donald Trump employed undocumented immigrants, instead leaving an administration official, “who spoke on co

IndyCar still evaluating flyaway international races

The 17-race/16-event 2019 IndyCar season stretches only from March 11 in St. Petersburg, FL., to WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, CA. on Sept. 22, and Miles has long been determined to keep the final quarter of the year clear to avoid clashes with the NFL sea

In Photos: Stunning Views of Grand Canyon National Park

It is not the widest nor longest nor deepest canyon in the world, but the Grand Canyon of northern Arizona is certainly one of the most impressive and most visited natural wonders found on the planet

$22B mark 6 years in a row of South Carolina tourism growth

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina officials say new data show tourism has been responsible for $22.6 billion, marking six consecutive years of record-breaking growth for the industry in the state. News outlets report that South Carolina's tourism director

Inside the battle to host the 2020 Democratic convention

WASHINGTON (AP) - Leaders in three major cities are in a last-minute scramble to win the 2020 Democratic National Convention, an event that could funnel millions of dollars into the local economy and put them at the center of the political world for one week

Jaguars hire former NFL head coach Dom Capers as senior defensive assistant

The Jacksonville Jaguars have added former NFL head coach Dom Capers as a senior defensive assistant the their coaching staff.

Reliever Joe Kelly settling in quickly with Dodgers

New Dodgers right-hander Joe Kelly is finding his way around the team after signing with Los Angeles during the offseason

Airtable CEO Howie Liu on the continued importance of getting a “unicorn” valuation

When in 2015, Slack raised money at a $1 billion valuation, founder Stewart Butterfield spoke candidly about why it was important to him, and why if Slack wasn’t assigned a valuation north of that number at that point in time, Slack wouldn’t rais

Toy Tuesday: The 11 Best Pokemon Toys

Has there ever been a video game franchise as toyetic as Nintendo’s Pokemon series? Hundreds of adorable (well, mostly) battling monsters, each one with its own personality. Sure, you’ve got the big names […] The post Toy Tuesday: The 11 Bes

Toyota is getting ready to kill the Prius C - Roadshow

The littlest Prius is getting ready to go to that big hybrid farm upstate, according to Toyota execs.
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