Former Olympic rower introduces Alabama youths to a new sport
Ted Swinford was on the 1988 U.S. Olympic rowing team; now he's passing on his knowledge to Birmingham-area youths.
Tokyo Olympic torch relay tasked with uniting disaster-hit regions
With the 2020 Tokyo Games dubbed the Olympics to help reconstruct disaster-hit regions, torch relay organizers are tasked with providing a genuine sense of
Rainforest wood breaches Tokyo green Olympic vow, activists say
Activist groups called for an independent investigation into the use of wood possibly originating from Malaysian forests for the construction of Tokyo's Ol
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CVS, Starbucks highlight both sides of America's love-hate relationship with sugar
We've come a long way from the soda fountain: Drugstore giant CVS announced Thursday it's cutting back on candy in favor of healthy food.
Christie: 'I have not heard much about overcrowded trains.'
The governor blamed NJ Transit's recent woes on Amtrak, and rejected the idea that he'd let the nation's second-largest railroad "wither."
Zibanejad’s OT goal lifts Rangers past Canadiens 3-2
Mika Zibanejad scored at 14:22 of overtime to give the New York Rangers a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series.
Cherokee Nation sues opioid distributors, pharmacies
The Cherokee Nation's suit alleges the companies have contributed to 'an epidemic of prescription opioid abuse' within the tribe.
Mom launches 'Mustard Challenge' after losing daughter to cancer
An 11-year-old girl’s battle with cancer, and her wish to make sure no other child must fight the disease, has inspired a new, viral challenge involving mustard. The “Mustard
Bill de Blasio, NYC mayor, proposes cigarette-tax hike, eyes $13 to buy pack of smokes
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing for the nation’s biggest city to also be the country’s priciest spot to buy a pack of smokes.
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