Forward Dominik Kubalik is getting comfortable in Chicago in advance of Blackhawks training camp: ‘I’m not goi
The first few weeks Dominik Kubalik spent in North America nearly seven years ago were filled with anxiety and nerves, surrounded in an unfamiliar land by people who didn’t speak his language. “I was young
After years of democratic decline and retreat, are citizens now fighting back? In recent weeks, thousands of Czechs have gathered in Prague to defend democratic institutions, and a million or more in Kong
Czech protesters are trying to defend democracy, 30 years after the Velvet Revolution. Can they succeed?
Last month, on June 23, in Prague’s Letna Park, more than a quarter-million people assembled, this time calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babis. It was the largest mass protest in the
Russell Cook, a 22-year-old runner from Worthing, is attempting to become the first person to run from Asia to London by running the distance of a marathon a day for 70 days. Cook is currently a third