According to him, it was the coaching staff and the national team commission of the federation who were tasked to choose which players to include in the pool.
Nazareth resident Dawn Williams has started a small business and is sewing garments she hopes can help disabled clients.
As we celebrate Henry Sy’s birth month amid difficult times this October, we recall his commitment to service, and how his legacy lives on today through SM.
Liara Roux opens her book, Whore of New York: A Confession, with a question she’s been asked many times: “When did you first think of starting sex work?” Her answer, in part, is to reflect on her conservative Christian upbringing. Roux recalls lying in bed at a young age and praying to God: “Please don’t ever let me
Filipino chess Grandmaster Julio Catalino Sadorra has started to make a name for himself as a coach in the United States collegiate scene, steering the University of Texas-Dallas to the blitz gold medal and rapid bronze in the 2021 US Online Collegiate Championship a week ago.
A cartoon by Michael de Adder.
Brewing the perfect cuppa has long been a matter of debate but now scientists think they've cracked the code
The Caps have players they want to get on the ice, but it’s hard for coach Peter Laviolette to change when things are going well.
YouTubers explain how much they earn per month, their RPM rates, and what they made on videos with 100,000 and 1 million views.
The agency is part of the U.S. effort to reach the 17 people taken by a gang on Saturday, in the latest example of the violence that is leaving Haitians desperate.