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Cincinnati Bengals facing major changes on offensive line

2 weeks ago from UPI

The Cincinnati Bengals have enjoyed stability on the offensive line for the past several years. But, that will change this season.

Rex Tillerson calls for dialogue with North Korea

2 weeks ago from UPI

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States would like to "sit and have a dialogue" with North Korea about a future relationship between the two.

Detroit Lions free safety quietly one of the best in the league

3 weeks ago from UPI

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Glover Quin didn't quite grasp what he'd accomplished until he got off the phone with his wife just before the Detroit Lions' first practice of training...

Minnesota Vikings sign cornerback Xavier Rhodes to contract extension

3 weeks ago from UPI

The Minnesota Vikings signed cornerback Xavier Rhodes to a multiyear contract extension on Sunday.

Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre records 3,000th hit

3 weeks ago from UPI

Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre became the 31st player in Major League Baseball history to record 3,000 hits Sunday.

Former MLB great, Baltimore Orioles legend Lee May dead at 74

3 weeks ago from UPI

Lee May, who hit 354 career home runs playing for four teams in Major League Baseball, has died. He was 74.

Arab bloc to Qatar: Meet 13 demands before talks on boycott

3 weeks ago from UPI

The four Arab nations boycotting Qatar reiterated 13 demands on fighting terrorism to be met before talks to end their boycott can commence.

Tara Reid explains why her 'Sharknado' movies are like the Super Bowl

3 weeks ago from UPI

Actress Tara Reid says she thinks she knows why her "Sharkando" TV movies have become a summer tradition for millions of people.

One killed, three injured in German nightclub shooting

3 weeks ago from UPI

German authorities said one person was killed and three others were injured in an early Sunday nightclub shooting in the city of Konstanz.

'Dunkirk' is the No. 1 movie in North America for a second weekend

3 weeks ago from UPI

The World War II picture "Dunkirk" is the No. 1 movie in North America for a second weekend, earning $28.1 million in receipts, announced.

Suicide bomber kills 14 in northern Nigeria

3 weeks ago from UPI

A suicide bomber killed at least 14 people and injured 24 more after setting off a bomb inside a building hiding refugees in northern Nigeria.

NBA: Sacramento Kings sign JaKarr Sampson and Jack Cooley

3 weeks ago from UPI

The Sacramento Kings signed forwards JaKarr Sampson and Jack Cooley to a two-way contracts Saturday.

2 fans killed in stampede at Soweto derby soccer match in South Africa

3 weeks ago from UPI

Two people were trampled to death during a stampede Saturday inside a Johannesburg soccer stadium during a match between two rivals known as the Soweto derby.

Kansas City Chiefs QBs quarterbacks hope to thrive on competition, consistency

3 weeks ago from UPI

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- The first day of training camp for the Kansas City Chiefs brings a mix of football and circus meant to provide players with an easy transition...

NFL: New York Giants' coach Ben McAdoo's motivational techniques

3 weeks ago from UPI

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo seems to like to keep people on their toes. So, in the team's first meeting of camp, he pulled...

Cricket's summer song making a comeback

How field crickets are being brought back from the brink of extinction by a unique conservation project.

New NC island was expected to eventually disappear, but not like this

3 weeks ago from Physorg

North Carolina's new island may not be an island much longer.

The Etruscans Were Expert Beekeepers, Ancient Honeycombs Suggest

3 weeks ago from Live Science

The charred remains of 2,500-year-old honeycombs, as well as other beekeeping artifacts, have been discovered in an Etruscan workshop in northern Italy.

Baltic amber specimens to be returned to Königsberg collection

3 weeks ago from Harvard Science

Ricardo Pérez-de la Fuente held up a piece of ancient amber, peering at the 40-million-year-old insect inside. Preserved whole after being trapped in sap that hardened over millennia, the fierce-looking larva was a...

June Foray, voice actress from 'The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show,' dead at 99

3 weeks ago from UPI

June Foray, a cartoon voice actress best known for providing the voices of Rocky and Natasha in "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show," has died at the age of 99.

Firefighters hoist cows out of canal in Britain

3 weeks ago from UPI

A crew of British firefighters used a crane and a winch to hoist two cows that wandered into a canal and became trapped.

Man walks down Scotland street with sea gull on his head

3 weeks ago from UPI

A driving instructor in Scotland shared video of an unusual sight at the side of the road: A man walking down the sidewalk with a sea gull on his head.

Chester Bennington's wife Talinda: 'We had a fairytale life'

3 weeks ago from UPI

Talinda Bennington, the wife of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, has broken her silence on Twitter Friday regarding her husband's recent suicide.

UK submarine completes upgrade, training period

3 weeks ago from UPI

HMS Astute, a hunter-killer submarine of Britain's Royal Navy, has completed a major capability upgrade and sea training and is now back with the RN's fleet.

Mountie in red serge uniform chases bear out of a national park

3 weeks ago from UPI

A Mountie, wearing a formal uniform, was spotted chasing a bear out of a national park in a "very Canadian" moment.

Nebraska liquor sales increase in towns near reservation

3 weeks ago from AP Health

WHITECLAY, Neb. (AP) -- Liquor outlets in Nebraska communities near a South Dakota Native American reservation where alcohol is banned have seen sales...

Stampede2 storms out of the corral in support of US scientists

3 weeks ago from Physorg

Today, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) dedicated Stampede2, the largest supercomputer at any U.S. university, and one of the most powerful systems in the world in a ceremony at...

Utah man charged in federal court in wife's cruise ship death

3 weeks ago from UPI

A man accused of killing his wife aboard an Alaskan cruise ship will be charged with murder, federal authorities said.