Cubs catcher Miguel Montero crossed the line with his honesty to the media—again
June 28, 2017 Chicago Cubs catcher Miguel Montero is known for speaking his mind, and it made him a fan-favorite - particularly with his tweets - during the team's World Series run last season.
CNN finds itself in Trump's 'fake news' crosshairs
June 27, 2017 Despite the retraction of an article and the resignation of three veteran journalists, CNN is finding itself exactly where it doesn't want to be: a rallying cry in President Trump's campaign against fake news. The cable news network took swift action ...
Massive cyberattack Petya sweeping across Europe, US
June 27, 2017 The Petya virus appears to be using leaked hacking tools, most likely the so-called DoublePulsar exploit, developed by the U.S.
Massive global cyberattack Petya sweeping across Europe, US
June 27, 2017 The Petya virus appears to be using leaked hacking tools, most likely the so-called DoublePulsar exploit, developed by the U.S.
'Petya' ransomware attack strikes companies across Europe and US
June 27, 2017 Victims of a major ransomware cyberattack that has spread through the US and Europe can no longer unlock their computers even if they pay the ransom.
Pro-Trump Group Crosses Mitch McConnell And Goes On Air Against Nevada Republican
June 27, 2017 The Senate majority leader's political team voiced its displeasure about America First Policies' plan of attack against Heller, perhaps the GOP's most vulnerable lawmaker up for reelection in 2018.
NBA tampering: Are stars crossing the line?
June 27, 2017 SI legal analyst Michael McCann looks at whether Draymond Green's text to Kevin Durant after Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals should be considered "tampering.
Where next for Dali's iconic Christ of St John of the Cross artwork
June 27, 2017 It was once voted Scotland's favourite painting and is widely regarded as one of the most famous yet controversial artworks in the world.
Wind power sounds good in theory, but rural residents across America are voting against it when they get a chance
June 26, 2017 The luster is coming off wind power as an economically viable, environmentally friendly, community-friendly source of America's energy future—and for some very good reasons.
Supreme Court Sends Cross-Border Shooting Case Back To Lower Court
June 26, 2017 Can the family of a slain Mexican teenager sue the federal agent who shot him across the U.S.-Mexico border for damages? The U.S. Supreme Court did not answer this question on Monday, instead opting to send a case back to a lower court. The case ...
Heat wave sets new power demand records across Arizona
June 26, 2017 Arizona Public Service broke its 11-year old record by hitting peak demand of 7,350 MW, Salt River Project hit a new peak record of 7,129 MW, and Tucson Electric Power set a peak demand record of 2,395 MW. The hot weather also had grid managers on ...
The Crossover's Big 3 Debut Running Diary
June 25, 2017 Ice Cube's BIG3—the three-on-three basketball league—kicked off in Brooklyn on Sunday. I would call the proceedings a marathon, but that would be incorrect, because the entire day took closer to two marathons.
Gay pride parades across the nation sound a note of resistance — and face some
June 25, 2017 The Republican president also broke from Democratic predecessor Barack Obama's practice of issuing a proclamation in honor of Pride Month. At the jam-packed New York City parade, a few attendees wore "Make America Gay Again" hats, while one group ...
LGBTQ pride marches marked by protests across US
June 25, 2017 The celebratory tone of gay pride marches from San Francisco to Istanbul on Sunday were undergirded by an atmosphere of political expression and protest.
'The Originals' Boss Talks Potential Spinoff, 'Vampire Diaries' Crossover and Season 5
June 23, 2017 The Originals wrapped up its fourth season with a finale that could've served as a series ender: despite a heartbreaking twist that saw four of the Mikaelson siblings torn apart forever, they each got a solo happy (or at least bittersweet) ending ...
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