A Wimbledon fan offered sarcastic advice. She offered him a racket — and a spare skirt
A bit of backseat tennis led to an embarrassing but hilarious moment Friday at Wimbledon, one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments.
Cory Doctorow on technological immortality, the transporter problem, and fast-moving futures
Cory Doctorow has made several careers out of thinking about the future, as a journalist and co-editor of Boing Boing, an activist with strong ties to the Creative Commons movement
Feel like you’re zooming over Pluto and its moon Charon with NASA’s new 3D animations
Take yourself back to the Pluto system
Warren G. Sody, veteran of D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, dies
Warren G. Sody, 93, a World War II infantryman who later worked in marketing for the old Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., died TuesdayJUN11.
Alternate methods of training vary for county athletes
Most county high schools have adequate weight training facilities to give their athletes plenty of resources to stay in the best shape possible leading up to the first day of
Rain delays opening of North American Indigenous Games
The opening ceremony of the North American Indigenous Games was postponed on Sunday due to inclement weather, a second setback after Black Eyed Peas singer Taboo cancelled his
Photo capturing iconic Canadian image featured on commemorative bill
A picture in this case may be only worth ten bucks, but the honour is something special for this photographer with P.E.I. roots.
Stalled train, ‘power issues’ snarl service at Penn Station
It was all aboard for the “summer of hell” at Penn Station on Saturday. Amtrak and NJ Transit service was suspended and delayed at different times on Saturday afternoon when three
They don’t believe in God. So they founded a community center in Denver for non-believers.
Every Sunday at a community center in Denver’s Whittier neighborhood, a group of non-believers gather at the Secular Hub for what one member calls “atheist church.”
How Trump invited Putin to hack the 2016 election. Then denied it happened. Every last utterance
It was Democrats whining about losing. It wasn’t Russia. Putin says he didn’t do it.
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