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Major League Baseball roundup
(The Sports Xchange) - Major League Baseball is conducting an investigation into whether a team official leaked medical information pertaining to Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani, ESPN reported on .
National Basketball Association roundup
(The Sports Xchange) - Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green added his name to a growing list of injured teammates in being ruled out for Thursday's home game against the Dallas Mavericks,
Make your own unicorn kit
You can make six things with the I Love Unicorns Kit (Amazon), though only one of them is, technically, a complete unicorn. The other items, however, when worn together, entitle the wearer to be recog.
Racist lady removed from Starbucks
A woman was escorted by police out of the Walnut Creek, Cali., Starbucks after berating a Korean student there for speaking her own language.
the woman told her "This is America. Use English on
How major US stock indexes fared on Thursday
U.S. stocks gave up an early gain to finish lower Thursday as the Republican tax plan hit another snag. Indexes turned lower on news that some Republican senators' support for the GOP's proposed tax o
Two-Man Game: LeBron to the Rockets?
Chris Mannix and Michael Lee discuss the possibility of LeBron James going to Houston to play with James Harden and Chris Paul, would it work and is it even possible.
People are using Uber instead of ambulances
When you're in need of a ride to the hospital do you call 911 or order an Uber?
It may sound like a silly question, but a recent study revealed that ambulance usage is dropping in the United States, a
Black Ice (again). Two falls in the space of 200m.
It looked like a wet footpath, but it got me three times this morning. The only reason I didn't film the third fall was due to the camera's helmet mount coming off as a result of how hard my head hit
What the uff is Minnesota-style pizza?
Photo: Mark Tan/EyeEm via Getty ImagesI consider myself an authoritative scholar of the pizza arts, but until 30 minutes ago, I’d never heard of a Minnesota-style pizza. A recent story in the St. Pa.
The 10 Best Deals of December 14, 2017
A friendly reminder that we only have 11 days left until Christmas, so your gift-buying days are down to the single digits when you account for shipping time. We see a lot of great deals every day, bu.
Alarming lawyer ad
The best personal injury lawyer ad in human history is the chroma key apocalypse of Berger & Green, but this fellow Barry Glazer gives Pittsburgh's finest a run for their money: "I'm in it for ven
Police raid a nightclub
The police received a report that a fight was taking place in the entertainment club. In addition, the caller said that this institution is selling and using narcotic drugs. In the duty department of .
Holocaust survivors worldwide celebrate Hanukkah
Hundreds of Holocaust survivors are taking part in the third candle lighting of Hanukkah in Berlin, Jerusalem and New York — part of a tribute to survivors worldwide that's being organized by the Je
Chromecast is back on Amazon
Amazon will once again allow sales of Apple TV and Google Chromecast on its site, after banning them two years ago in an effort to promote its own Fire TV hardware to online shoppers. The additi
2018 Category Sleepers - BA
Seth Trachtman looks at 2018 sleepers for batting average, including former top Rangers prospect Jurickson Profar..
Christmas Gifts That Will Save You Money
Photo by rawpixel.com on UnsplashSocks are the go-to example of a bad holiday gift from an uncaring gifter (or a relative who doesn’t really know you), but that’s an unwarranted reputation, if you
How to Use Pandora Premium Without Paying For It
Flickr/frankieleonEver since Pandora Premium launched, fans of the service have been faced with a choice: stick with the free radio-style service or upgrade to à la carte streaming for $10 a month. N
The Best Savings Tips and Advice From Our Readers
PixabayMore than half of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings account. But we can do better than that. Earlier this week, I wrote very basic advice on how to actually save money, with tips
Republicans Just Sold Out the Internet. Now What?
Photo: GettyThe Federal Communications Commission on Thursday took an ax to net neutrality. The rest of us, now at the mercy of broadband providers unshackled from the chains of fair regulation, are l
The FCC officially votes to kill net neutrality
Despite overwhelming opposition from Congress, technical experts, advocacy organizations, and of course the American people, the FCC has voted to eliminate 2015’s Open Internet Order and t
Net neutrality is officially dead
Companies now control the internet, and there's no way to stop them.
The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to eliminate its power to ensure net neutrality, effectively paving t
Roy Moore continues to defy reality
After losing the Alabama special senate election two days ago, Roy Moore remains stuck in the Denial stage of the Kubler-Ross Model of Grief. In a cartoonishly self-important video statement relea
Why this week could galvanize the Thunder
Oklahoma City lifted Paul George in his emotional return to Indianapolis and has the chance to do the same for Carmelo Anthony vs. New York — and maybe save its season.
You Don't Need Fancy Tools To Clean Peppers
Photos by Sam BithoneyPeppers, of any variety, are a pain in the ass. Irregularly shaped, filled with bitter ribs and somewhere between 12 and 850,000 tiny seeds that make their way into the darker re
Forging a coin with hammers of 40 tons of steel
I had the chance to perform a technical audit in a forge today, I share with you the power releases that monster Of steel. There, the guys were hitting brake parts for French high-speed trains (TGV).
How to Host a Sleepover
Photo by Jamie Trueblood/Disney Channel via Getty ImagesWhen you’re a kid, there’s no party like a slumber party. Staying up late, learning how to burp the alphabet, eating candy until you puke—
A week on the wrist with the Alpina Startimer
It’s refreshing to wear a mechanical watch. The soft sweep of the seconds hand reminds us of the fleeting nature of time while the endless ticking in a dark room is a comfort and a spur to
50 stocking stuffers under $5
If, at this point in the holiday season, a glance at your checking account balance brings you closer to an ulcer than you've ever been, you should:
Consult a doctor.
Reassess you gift budget.