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Chase is the race ...
#BREAKING: Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit fails drug test ...
The Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, whose horses have failed five tests in a little more than a year, denied wrongdoing: “We didn’t do it.”
#RIP Bo ...
Former U.S. President Barack Obama's family dog Bo, a male Portuguese Water Dog with a mop of black and white fur who became a familiar playful sight around the White House, has died.
Mars mushrooms ...
The claim is bound to cause controversy. See the possible evidence.
No Hitter ...
The single-season no-hitter record is already in danger of being broken in early May
Myths of WWII ...
TIME asked the Senior Historian at the National World War II Museum which myths he has spent the most time debunking
Chrysler turbine ...
One of the only two Chrysler Turbine Cars in private hands recently went up for auction and sold to an unknown buyer. Now, that buyer has revealed themselves to be the Stahls Automotive Foundation, and they have some great plans for the Turbine Car.
Happy Birthday to the “Say Hey Kid.”
Willie Mays is considered one of the best baseball players of all time
“Work fast, throw strikes, change speeds.”
Ray Miller, who was the Baltimore Orioles’ pitching coach when they lost the 1979 World Series to the Pittsburgh Pirates and later held the same job for the Pirates for 10 seasons, has died, his family told the Baltimore Sun. He was 76. “One of the top pitching coaches in
A Collision Course ...
Putin is pulling troops back from the land border, but getting more adventurous on the waters.
This 240-pound sturgeon was probably born 100 years ago ...
The lake sturgeon the crew caught may be one of the largest of its kind ever recorded in the United States.
#Psychedelic Drug for #PTSD ...
A new study shows that MDMA, known as Ecstasy or Molly, can bring relief when paired with talk therapy to those with severe post-traumatic stress disorder.
#NASCAR #nextgen ...
Amazing find ....
Researchers have recovered a treasure trove of World War I artifacts from a cave shelter in northern Italy revealed by the melting of a glacier.
Belgian farmer changed the France-Belgium border ...
The farmer moved the large stone about 7.5 feet — into France.
The day the ace died ...
A flier from Indiana died in an aerial combat in 1918 that impressed spectators watching from the ground.
The resurrection of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway ...
Rickenbacker and Hulman struck a deal in November 1945 at the Indianapolis Athletic Club.
Are we headed for a #housing bubble?
Or are we in one already?
The staggering rise of U.S. home prices is forcing thousands of aspiring buyers into grueling, often risky bidding wars, raising questions about whether the torrid housing market could be in a bubble.
Older than the pyramids?
Monumental structures built from walls of rock in Saudi Arabia are older than Egypt's pyramids and the ancient stone circles of Britain, researchers say.
A shortwave audio archive tribute to Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins
Today we learned that Michael Collins, the American astronaut who flew the Apollo 11 command module Columbia around the moon, has passed away at the age of 90. For those of us who’ve always l…
Russian Planes Keep Flying Near Alaska and Stretching the Air Force Thin — Popular Mechanics
What's happening here?
Weapons trials for the newly modernized Udaloy class destroyer didn’t go entirely to plan.
Prayers for NHL’s Jonathan Drouin ...
In light of Jonathan Drouin taking a leave of absence from the Montreal Canadiens due to personal reasons, it's clear that he deserves privacy as he deals with those issues.
The Pioneer Baseball League will test some new rules, including sudden-death Home Run Derby in place of extra innings. More at MLB Trade Rumors.
Rich Rod ... the Pittsburgh Pirates’ closer ...
Derek Shelton has been reluctant to name a closer for the Pittsburgh Pirates, so Richard Rodriguez made it easy on his manager by seizing the job with the longest scoreless streak in baseball. Asked if that makes him The Closer — yes, with a capital C — Shelton simply shrugged.
Met this “early riser” out in the yard, this evening.
Super moon ...
The Pink supermoon is the second-closest full moon to Earth in 2021, making it appear bigger and brighter in the sky. It's also the second in a series of four supermoons in a row.
France’s new weapon ...
Warning notices have raised questions about whether France is about to test an improved submarine-launched ballistic missile or a hypersonic weapon.
What say you folks?
Madison Bumgarner didn't allow a knock vs. the Braves on Sunday; but it wasn't officially a no-hitter
After finding a Christmas wish list tied to a balloon, this man drove hundreds of miles to make two little girls' dreams come true
So great ...
Twin sisters received a late Christmas gift from a stranger almost 650 miles away after he found a holiday wish list tied to a balloon.
Minutes before Trump departed office, a mysterious Florida company reportedly took over a slice of the Pentagon's internet space
During the transition between the Trump and Biden administrations, a firm identified as Global Resource Systems LLC accumulated Pentagon-owned internet
The mysterious end for the man who invented the #diesel engine. #dieselpower #mystery #unsolvedmysteries
Rudolf Diesel, the inventor of the diesel engine, vanished without a trace in 1913. A series of clues in the wake of his disappearance led some to suspect foul play.
Previous sub losses ....
The disappearance of an Indonesian submarine off the resort island of Bali follows dozens of other disasters in the depths of the world's seas.
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