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Follow live: U.S. faces Spain with spot in the quarterfinals on the line
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POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 9:39 AM
Italy wins vote to host 2026 Winter Games
For the second time in 20 years, Italy will host the Olympics Winter Games, in 2026. IOC members voted for Milan-Cortina over Stockholm-Are from Sweden on Monday.

POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 12:35 PM
African soccer wants action against Cameroon
The head of women's soccer in Africa wants Cameroon to face punishment for the conduct of players in the Women's World Cup loss to England.

POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 9:01 AM
'King of SoCal': Two Kawhi billboards go up in L.A.
A team source told ESPN that "the Clippers knew nothing" about the billboards.

POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 11:26 PM
Mets apologize after confrontation with reporter
Mets manager Mickey Callaway and pitcher Jason Vargas were involved in a clubhouse incident with a Newsday reporter after Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Cubs.

POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 6:50 PM
Green, 22, hangs on to win her 1st LPGA major
Hannah Green held her nerve and saved par from the bunker with a 5-foot putt on the final hole to win the KPMG Women's PGA Championship on Sunday for her first major championship, and the first by an Australian in 13 years.

POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 11:31 PM
U.S. turns to Mutombo to deliver Ebola message
Dikembe Mutombo has recorded radio and video spots designed to persuade people in Congo to take precautions to help battle one of the deadliest Ebola outbreaks in history.

POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 9:52 AM
How the Clippers can make their anti-pitch to Kawhi Leonard
The Clippers can't really sell the superstar free agent on accomplishments or specifics. Here's what they can do instead.

POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 8:01 AM
How will the Round of 16 play out?
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POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 8:44 AM
How Michigan became the biggest surprise of the College World Series
The Wolverines are this year's Cinderella team in Omaha, and in the CWS finals, they'll face a Vanderbilt squad that wasn't a power itself until recently.

POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 8:51 AM

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WRAPUP 5-Trump says new sanctions on Iran to start Monday, dials back rhetoric

WRAPUP 5-Trump says new sanctions on Iran to start Monday, dials back rhetoricDUBAI/WASHINGTON, June 22 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he would impose fresh sanctions on Iran but that he wanted to make a deal to bolster its flagging economy, an apparent move to defuse tensions following the shooting down of an unmanned U.S. drone this week by the Islamic Republic. On Thursday, an Iranian missile destroyed a U.S. Global Hawk surveillance drone, an incident that Washington said happened in international airspace. Trump later said he had called off a military strike to retaliate because it could have killed 150 people.




POSTED JUNE 22, 2019 2:50 PM

2 Infants, a Toddler and a Woman Found Dead Near Border in Texas

2 Infants, a Toddler and a Woman Found Dead Near Border in TexasPolice say they may have been dead for days before being found




POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 9:11 AM

Bear breaks into home, locks itself in laundry room, then goes to sleep in wardrobe before being drugged and removed by police

Bear breaks into home, locks itself in laundry room, then goes to sleep in wardrobe before being drugged and removed by policeSometimes, when life in the wild all gets a bit much, a clean cupboard in a warm home is a much more inviting place for a nap.A black bear broke into a family house, locked itself into a laundry room and then went to sleep on the wardrobe shelf, defying all efforts to lure it out.Police were unable at first to reach the furry intruder because it had managed to bolt the door from the inside as it ripped apart the homeowners’ belongings.When officers knocked on the window to wake the bear, it just yawned, they said.Eventually, they managed to unlock the door to allow wildlife experts to tranquillise the animal to get it out and return it to the wild.The homeowners, in Butler Creek in the US state of Montana, were alarmed to find the animal had barricaded itself in during the night.The Missoula County sheriff’s office posted on social media: “Wow!!! What a day!”They explained: “When deputies arrived, they discovered this black bear had opened the door to the mudroom of this residence and somehow managed to deadbolt the door from inside.“After being unable to leave, the bear began ripping the room apart but then decided he was tired and climbed up into the closet for a nap.“When deputies knocked on the window, the bear was not the least bit impressed. He slowly stretched, yawned and, unamused, looked toward the door.“Eventually, deputies were able to unlock the door in hopes he would hop down and leave. However, their attempts were only met with more big bear yawns.”Officers added: “The homeowners were glad he was removed in good health, but won’t soon forget when this intruder came looking for the bear necessities.”Residents were warned to lock up their homes as the bear had reportedly tried at least two other doors.




POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 1:04 PM

Corona: Sheriff's deputies make arrests, impound dozens of vehicles at street racing gathering

Corona: Sheriff's deputies make arrests, impound dozens of vehicles at street racing gatheringSheriff's deputies broke up a large gathering of street racers who had taken over a parking lot in Corona, authorities said.




POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 7:17 PM

1967 Ford Mustang Keeps Things Authentic

1967 Ford Mustang Keeps Things AuthenticIn a sea of restomods, this pony keeps things original throughout. It’s always refreshing to see people go to great lengths to bring an old classic back to its original form. That’s what this 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback S-Code is all about. Actually, the full-rotisserie restoration process didn’t just match the pony’s original specs, the craftsmanship rises to a higher level. This absolutely stunning machine comes to market via Vanguard Motor Sales.Thanks to the professional restoration, this fastback is bathed in the original Brittney Blue paint, which is absolutely silky smooth. All the body panels are straight, the trim and badges are all in top shape, there’s zero sign of pitting or curb rash on the wheels, and the black interior is of at least showroom quality if not better, just like the rest of the car. In fact, the radio and speaker have been rebuilt, showing just how painstaking the restoration process was.  More American Cars Is It Time To Buy Your Dream DeLorean DMC-12? Live Like A Rocker Driving A Customized 2012 Chevrolet Camaro Somebody Needs To Preserve This 1984 Pontiac Fiero Indy Pace Car Edition Own This Exceptional Low Mileage 2005 Ford GT The mechanicals are all original and correct. A Ford 390ci FE V8 is mated up to a Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. Both the air cleaner and carburetor are original, so you get an authentic experience. Power is sent to a Ford 9-inch rear. With a heavy-duty suspension upgrade, handling is excellent. The factory Extra Cooling Package makes this ride that much nicer, especially if you live in an especially hot climate. Power disk brakes provide consistent stopping power.Plenty of upgrades originally included in the car make the interior a little nice. There’s the Deluxe Steering Wheel, plus the Sport Deck Rear Seat, the Interior Décor Group, tinted windows, Deluxe Seat Belts, and an AM radio.With only two owners who know each other, this Ford Mustang has been exceptionally cared for throughout its lifetime. All work was completed in 2017 by Desert Classic Mustangs, which is located in Tempe, Arizona. While there are others like this around, finding one in this kind of condition is a rarity, to say the least. Classic Mustangs will only continue to appreciate in value, thanks to their broad appeal and legendary reputation worldwide.




POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 10:53 AM

NASA’s Curiosity rover saw something flash on Mars, and people are freaking out

NASA’s Curiosity rover saw something flash on Mars, and people are freaking outMars is almost certainly the next place in our solar system where humans will travel. We're still many years from actually seeing mankind roaming the Red Planet, but with a number of high-powered instruments already hanging out around Mars and on its surface, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect once we get there... or do we?A new image captured by NASA's Mars Curiosity rover shows something that, at the moment, remains unexplained: a bright flash popping up, seemingly out of nowhere, and with no indication of what may have caused it. The image, which was snapped on June 16th, has quickly taken the internet by storm, but NASA scientists aren't particularly concerned with what it might mean.The flash is only present in one of many consecutive images Curiosity captured that day. Images from just seconds later show absolutely nothing but the baren Martian landscape, so what caused the flash?NASA can't say for certain, but the most likely explanation is rather mundane. When we see something we can't immediately identify, especially when it's happening on another planet, it's easy to jump to some seriously wild conclusions. Perhaps it's an alien ship zooming through, or an alien surveying the planet with a flashbulb, right? Unfortunately, no.Scientists have seen these kinds of flashes in images of Mars before, and generally speaking they never really amount to much. NASA has chalked it up to reflections from distant rocks or glare caused by the Sun. The fact that NASA published a total of 21 images shot over a four-minute span and only one of those pictures includes the bright flash suggests it wasn't anything particularly meaningful.In any case, it's yet another interesting mystery for scientists to unravel between now and whenever in the near future we finally send human travelers to the Red Planet.




POSTED JUNE 24, 2019 11:53 AM

The Best Travel Mugs to Keep Your Coffee Hot (or Cold)

The Best Travel Mugs to Keep Your Coffee Hot (or Cold)




POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 2:00 PM

Syria says sabotage damaged underwater oil pipelines

Syria says sabotage damaged underwater oil pipelinesFive underwater pipelines have been damaged and put out of order after a sabotage attack off the coastal town of Banias, Syria's oil ministry said Sunday. The damage was discovered after divers checked to see what was behind an oil leakage, the ministry said. Banias is home to one of Syria's two oil refineries.




POSTED JUNE 23, 2019 2:42 PM

Thomas Roberts on Stonewall 50: ‘I Want LGBTQ Kids to Know It’s OK. It’s OK to Be Different, and OK to Be Gay’

Thomas Roberts on Stonewall 50: ‘I Want LGBTQ Kids to Know It’s OK. It’s OK to Be Different, and OK to Be Gay’Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast / Photos GettyIn this special series, LGBT celebrities and public figures talk to Tim Teeman about the Stonewall Riots and their legacy—see more here.Thomas RobertsJournalistWhen/how did you first hear about the Stonewall Riots, and what did you make of them?I learned of the Stonewall Riots in 2006-2007. It was shortly after coming out publicly. I was utterly impressed at the bravery protesters showed. They put it all on the line for us.  The Stonewall Riots: What Really Happened, What Didn’t, and What Became MythWhat is their significance for you?Without Stonewall where would we be today? It was the spark.How far have we LGBT people come since 1969?Since 1969 we’ve come out of the shadows of shame and intolerance. In 50 years the LGBTQ community is a force to be reckon with, but we still have battles ahead. And it’s not solely on LGBTQ rights. We need to show up wherever people are marginalized and oppressed. We need to show up when we aren’t personally the sole beneficiaries.What would you like to see, LGBT-wise, in the next 50 years?I’d love to see an LGBTQ President. And I believe in my lifetime we just might. But in the meantime I want LGBTQ kids to know it’s OK. It’s OK to be different. It’s OK to be gay. The world is a big and wonderful place... eventually we all find our peace. However, it doesn’t come without ups and downs. There will be high highs and low lows. Keep going. It will all be OK. Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.




POSTED JUNE 22, 2019 10:28 PM

Trump delays nationwide ICE raids to deport undocumented immigrants, allows Congress two weeks on deal

Trump delays nationwide ICE raids to deport undocumented immigrants, allows Congress two weeks on dealPresident Donald Trump announced Saturday that he would delay nationwide raids aimed at deporting millions of undocumented immigrants.




POSTED JUNE 22, 2019 5:58 PM

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