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Fiddling while world burns: The unbearable pointlessness of G7

As leaders of countries that control 40 percent of the world’s GDP gather at a French resort to discuss economic inequality and other issues they consider pressing, the rest of the world wonders if the G7 still has a purpose. Read Full Article at RT.com

Three Cuts: Mike Foltynewicz's late-season resurgence helps Braves run away with NL East title

The 2018 All-Star own a 2.35 ERA since return to the majors.

Seth Mejias-Brean's walk-off blast lifts Padres to 6-4 win

Rookie Seth Mejias-Brean hit a two-run homer with no outs in the 10th inning

Cloudy with a chance of APCs: WATCH 2 armored vehicles crash from sky during massive drills in Russia (VIDEO)

Two armored personnel carriers dramatically crashed to their doom during the Russian Airborne Forces training conducted as part of massive international Center-2019 maneuvers involving 128,000 troops from Russia, China and India. Read Full Article at RT.com

The Latest: Tropical Storm Karen set to approach Puerto Rico

MIAMI (AP) - The Latest on tropical weather (all times local): 8 p.m. Tropical Storm Karen is forecast to approach Puerto Rico and the U.S. and British Virgin Islands in coming days. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Karen formed Sunday and should be ne

The Latest: Tour bus driver in deadly crash was on 1st trip

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The Latest on a tour bus crash in Utah that left four Chinese tourists dead (all times local): 5:50 p.m. Investigators say the driver of a tour bus that crashed in southern Utah and killed four Chinese tourists and left dozens more injur

In defense of napping: New study says snoozing, heart health are linked

Those who napped once or twice a week were 48 percent less likely to have a heart attack, a new study finds

If Terry Gilliam and Franz Kafka teamed up on a video game, this would be it

Is «Control,» the new game from Remedy Studios, a satirical jab at the gaming industry itself?

2019 Emmys: One last great battle for «Game of Thrones»

HBO's epic is poised to break several awards records. Will dragonfire and blood win out?

Your entire family will love Jake Smollett’s chicken taco lasagna: “It goes a long way”

“Chicken taco lasagna falls somewhere between a juicy burrito and an enchilada, but it's layered lasagna-style”

Thank you, «The Sims,» for saving me from «Friends»

For my sub-generation of millennials, toxic ideas about sex were taught by «Friends» — and undone by «The Sims»

100 Thieves’ Nadeshot and Scooter Braun are coming to Disrupt

If you’re at all familiar with esports, chances are you’ve heard of 100 Thieves. The esports org, founded by Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag, has grown over the past couple years into an absolute powerhouse of esports and a household name for

How Peloton made sweat addictive enough to IPO

It makes lazy people like me work out. That’s the genius of the Peloton bicycle. All you have to do is velcro on the shoes and you’re trapped. You’ve eliminated choice and you will exercise. Through a succession of savvy product design choi

Second championship “feels more special,” says Newgarden

Newgarden had a difficult run to eighth place , driving an uncharacteristically cautious race with a car that he found inexplicably handling poorly. But capping a season in which he scored more wins than any other driver, showed far greater consistency than i

Mistake-prone Falcons looking for quick fix after 27-24 loss

Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn looked at the stat sheet and got right to the point after Sunday's 27-24 loss at Indianapolis

No Brees, no problem: Bridgewater, Saints top Seahawks 33-27

No Brees, no problem: Bridgewater, Saints top Seahawks 33-27

Emmys 2019 red carpet: Twitter reacts to Gwendoline Christie, our lord and savior - CNET

Gwendoline Christie arrived to the Emmys 2019 cosplaying as Jesus Christ and it made perfect sense in every possible way.

Emmys 2019: Live updates, winners, reactions - CNET

Did Game of Thrones win best drama? We watch as the envelopes open on TVs biggest night.

Fear of a second Trump term must not temper the necessary choice of a progressive candidate

2016 has left many Democrats so fearful that they have become paralyzed. Too many believe that Trump, his base, and his cabal are more powerful than they are. The thing is, they are only as powerful as we have allowed them to be. Americans prefer wrong and s

Photos of the Week: 9/15/19 - 9/21/19

Check out the best photos from this past week in Wisconsin sports

Neymar scores late as PSG beats Lyon in French league

Neymar scored an 87th-minute winner to give Paris Saint-Germain a 1-0 win at Lyon in the French league

Ryu hits, pitches Dodgers to 100th win, 7-4 over Rockies

Ryu hits, pitches Dodgers to 100th win, 7-4 over Rockies

Rangers hit 5 HRs to halt A's surge in 8-3 win

Willie Calhoun hit two of Texas' five homers and the Rangers slowed the Oakland Athletics' wild-card push with an 8-3 victory

Sloppy 49ers beat Steelers 24-20 on late Garoppolo TD pass

Sloppy 49ers beat Steelers 24-20 on late Garoppolo TD pass

Panthers QB Kyle Allen steps up with 4 TD passes in second career NFL start

Taking the place of an injured Cam Newton, second-year QB Kyle Allen lit up the Cardinals secondary, tossing four touchdowns in a Carolina blowout win.

Browns missing whole first-team secondary against Rams

Browns missing whole first-team secondary against Rams

Cambage scores 28 to lead Aces to 92-75 win over Washington

Liz Cambage scored 28 points to lead the Las Vegas Aces to a 92-75 victory over the Washington Mystics in Game 3 of the WNBA semifinals

Raiders start long road stretch with 34-14 loss to Vikings

Raiders start long stretch on road in rough shape, trampled by Cook, Vikings in 34-14 loss

Blues assign five players to San Antonio

The St. Louis Blues continue to shuffle their preseason roster as they assign five players to the San Antonio Rampage today.

Yemeni children considered covering themselves in oil? Lee Camp bashes US reactions to Saudi refinery attacks & Yemen bombings

Washington and Riyadh were quick to blame Tehran for attacks on Saudi oil facilities. Despite lack of proof and the history of lies told by the accusers, the US media eagerly took their claims at face value, Lee Camp points out. Read Full Article at RT.com

Broncos' search for win continues with tough loss to Packers

The Denver Broncos' search for their first victory under coach Vic Fangio continues

Twins Final Pitch: Minnesota wins final regular season home game

After winning their final regular season home game, the Twins hit the road with a chance to clinch their first division title since 2010

Taco's time with Dolphins starts with sack against Cowboys

Taco Charlton's second chance in the NFL began with a sack for Dolphins against his former Cowboys teammates

Cowboys' balance, best offensive line in NFL make them impressive, says Charles Davis

Our own Charles Davis discusses the Dallas Cowboys’ performance against the Miami Dolphins in week 3 of the NFL.

South Carolina newspapers issues apology for headline

The State newspaper in Columbia issued an apology Sunday for a headline atop the Gamecocks' story after a 34-14 loss at Missouri

Cruz hits 400th home run, Twins power past Royals 12-8

Nelson Cruz hit his 400th career home run and the Minnesota Twins powered past the Kansas City Royals 12-8

Willet wins at home and captures European flagship event

Danny Willett wins at Wentworth, Sebastian Munoz wins 1st PGA Tour event in playoff in Mississippi

Royals' pitching overmatched by Twins' bats in 12-8 loss

Nelson Cruz hit his 400th career home run, Miguel Sanó connected twice and the Minnesota Twins powered past the Royals 12-8.

Have-nots have it! MLB matches record with 4 100-loss teams

The Kansas City Royals have become baseball's fourth 100-loss team this season, matching the major league record

Cards defeat Cubs 3-2 to complete four-game sweep, clinch playoff berth

Paul Goldschmidt hit a tiebreaking double in the ninth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals clinched a playoff spot by rallying past the Chicago Cubs 3-2.

‘The One Where They Commit War Crimes’: IDF tweet celebrating Friends sitcom's 25th anniversary backfires spectacularly

Israeli Defense Forces have jumped on Friends-anniversary bandwagon with a video tweet recreating the title sequence of the 25-years-old sitcom. Judging from social media reactions, even IDF’s friends thought it was bad taste. Read Full Article at RT.com
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