Known primarily as an uneven bars specialist, Lee turned in a grace-under-pressure performance for the ages during Tuesday’s team final.
Lhamon's confirmation means a lot of money and time and young people's futures hang in the balance.
To hear the propaganda media, the new “Delta Variant” of COVID is going to kill every man, woman and child in America – at least by the end of the week.
Annual dog day cicadas (so-called because the brood surfaces during the hottest months of the year) have begun to emerge just as Brood X subsides.
Across the nation, professors are espousing their own views at the lectern and thrusting politicized curricula upon students.
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Whoever is in charge of Microsoft’s Twitter account decided to tempt fate today. “If this gets 20k likes, we’ll replace the paperclip emoji in Microsoft 365 with Clippy,” the account tweeted. At the time of writing, said tweet has 117K likes. If this gets 20k likes, we’ll replace the paperclip emoji in Microsoft 365 with Clippy. pic.twitter.com/6T8ziboguC — Microsoft (@Microsoft) July 14, 2021 It looks like it’s time for Clippy’s great comeback. Before there was Cortana, Siri, Alexa, or the...
As far as pandemic-themed post-apocalyptic narratives go, Netflix’s recent streaming series Sweet Toothwas lighter than most. Sure, large chunks of the human population are dead from something only known as “The Sick,” and sure, there are all these odd half-human, half-animal hybrid kids running around. But the
First lady Jill Biden will on Thursday undergo a procedure to remove an object that has lodged in her left foot, the White House said. Michael LaRosa, the first lady's spokesman, said Biden stepped on an object on a beach in Hawaii last weekend. She will have the procedure at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and President Joe Biden will join her, said LaRosa in a statement.
Mental health doesn't fit neatly into cliche stories of athletes overcoming obstacles on the road to success. And we shouldn't have asked Biles to carry so much alone.
Last year it was all about chairs and headphones. This year it's time for T-shirts and sneakers — and more laptops. Back-to-school shopping in the U.S. is expected to top $37 billion.