Blackhawk taunts wobbly opponent: ‘Wakey, wakey’

Chris Lee, AP The Brent Seabrook hit on St. Louis Blues captain David Backes was bad enough and earned the Chicago Blackhawks defenseman a three-game suspension today. But there also was some nasty trash talking from the Blackhawks as Backes was … Continue reading

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NBA on TNT crew pays tribute to Craig Sager

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Bench-clearing brawl erupts in Pirates-Brewers game

Joe Sargent/Getty Images Tempers flared in Pittsburgh Sunday following a triple from Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez. Gomez and Pirates pitcher Gerrit Cole exchanged words after Gomez slid into third base, and the misunderstanding soon escalated into a massive brawl. … Continue reading

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The USA’s best barbecue chains

Barbecue is one of those foods that’s fiercely regional: beef in Texas, sweet sauce in Kansas City, and so on. But thankfully, there are plenty of chains out there that bring amazing barbecue all across the country, and we’ve rounded … Continue reading

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Rick Steves: What’s new in Italy in 2014

Smart visitors to Florence buy a museum pass or advance tickets to avoid lengthy lines at key attractions such as the Uffizi Gallery.(Photo: Rick Steves, Rick Steves’ Europe) Even when it’s hot, crowded, or on strike, Italy is lots of … Continue reading

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Beautiful beaches with rugged cliffs

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Star-studded cruises: Set sail with celebrity guests

If you’re sitting by the pool people-watching and find yourself having to do a double-take, thinking you’re seeing a famous person, you just may be. Celebrities are cruisers too. Donny Osmond, Curt Shilling and Neil Sedaka have all cruised recently … Continue reading

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Education system too chaotic, says David Blunkett

The national education system is “chaotic” and needs to be glued back together after becoming too fragmented under the coalition government, the former education secretary David Blunkett has said as he completes a review into accountability in education. Blunkett told … Continue reading

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Improbable Resurrections: 5 Real Cases of Coming Back to Life

On Easter Sunday, Christians around the world will celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection, in which he is said to have risen from the dead three days after his crucifixion, according to the New Testament. Biblical miracles aside, the secular world is … Continue reading

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With Climate Change, Wildfires Getting Worse in the West

Across the western United States, wildfires grew bigger and more frequent in the past 30 years, according to a new study that blames climate change and drought for the worsening flames. “It’s not just something that is localized to forest … Continue reading

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