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Worst losses: Pac-12 South coaches

Last week, Chantel Jennings looked at the best wins for Pac-12 coaches. Chantel is a pleasant person, always looking for the good in folks.<p>I, on the …

Sharks and Cancer: Here’s What We Know

First and foremost: sharks <i>do</i> suffer from cancer. Researchers have observed sharks of various species that have developed tumors, including a great …

Saturday Space Sight: Hubble Spots Dense Star Cluster

<i>By European Space Agency</i><p>This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image presents the Arches Cluster, the densest known star cluster in the Milky Way. It …

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Porsche torn apart in central Moscow deadly crash (VIDEO)

A Porsche 911 Turbo S sports car was torn in two and turned into scrap metal in a matter of seconds in the center of Moscow on Saturday. Two young …

Bentley’s Bentayga follow-up will either be a sports car or another, smaller SUV

While we eagerly await the Bentayga, Bentley’s intriguing venture into the luxury SUV market, there’s already speculation about what’s next for the …

Bentley To Add Both A Sports Car And Coupe-Like SUV To Lineup, Gallery 1

The 20 sexiest sports cars of all time - See which is number 1 (With Pictures) | Page 3 of 14

<b>17. 1962-67 AC Cobra</b><p>What happens when you take a British-designed roadster and stuff an American V8 into it? You get a legendary sports car which is …

Something 'scary' went wrong with NASA's probe to Pluto

NASA was able to re-establish communications with the spacecraft within 90 minutes, and it reported that it was "healthy" and still on course to fly by Pluto.<p>But to reconnect with Earth, the spacecraft kicked itself into safe mode, and it is now no longer taking photos or collecting other …

Solar System

Military AI interface helps you make sense of thousands of photos

It's easy to find computer vision technology that detect objects in photos, but it's still tough to sift through photos... and that's a big challenge for the military, where finding the right picture could mean taking out a target or spotting a terrorist threat. Thankfully, the US' armed forces may …

At WWII victory parade, Taiwan's Nationalists tout role fighting Japan

Taiwan jabbed at mainland China this weekend with a two-hour military show aimed at asserting credit for defeating Japan in a key World War II theater, but Beijing is expected to absorb the barb as it seeks friendly relations with the island -- even though it credits its own Communist forces for …

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Lakers reportedly nearing trade for Roy Hibbert from Pacers

The Lakers are finalizing a deal to acquire the veteran big man from Indiana.<p>The Los Angeles Lakers bypassed a center of the future when they decided to take guard D'Angelo Russell over Duke big man Jahlil Okafor with the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft. That choice left the Lakers with a hole in the …

NBA

Blazers fire assistant coach who revealed LaMarcus Aldridge's departure

Kim Hughes is out after three years in Portland after he told a local TV station that Aldridge was leaving the team.<p>The Portland Trail Blazers fired Kim Hughes, the assistant coach who said LaMarcus Aldridge was leaving the organization, on Saturday, according to Jason Quick of the …

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10 Reasons You Should Care About D.C. Voting Rights

For the last several years, I have marked Independence Day by making note of the fact that taxation without representation is alive and well in Washington, D.C. today.<p>As a former District of Columbia resident who is now living fully represented in California, I am surprised by the indifference that …

Cowardly Black American Tells ISIS To Attack Whites, Here’s How They Respond

Civil rights lawyer seeks to commemorate another side of Southern heritage: Lynchings

Bryan Stevenson was driving to a jailhouse meeting in the morning gloom, through stands of loblolly pines and sweet gum trees, when he spotted the mammoth Confederate flag unfurled along Interstate 65, near a town called Clanton.<p>He flinched. And looked away: He'd seen the image too many times.<p>"It's …

Rights & Freedoms