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Canyon Barry continues family’s under-handed free throw legacy

Published 20/12/2015

WASHINGTON College of Charleston guard Canyon Barry says he is accustomed to hearing the cheeky chants from the crowd when he steps to the free-throw [more…]

El Nino sends rare tropical visitors to California waters

Published 13/11/2015

LOS ANGELES El Nino's warm currents have brought fish in an unexpected spectrum of shapes and colors from Mexican waters to the ocean off California's [more…]

Mets’ winning mojo helps team flex post-Madoff financial muscle

Published 16/10/2015

Fans of the New York Mets had bemoaned the negative impact of the Bernie Madoff financial scandal on the Major League Baseball team's payroll until [more…]

Florida circus elephants find second career in research

Published 11/10/2015

POLK CITY, Fla. At a Florida retirement home for former circus elephants, residents enjoy a steady diet of high-quality hay and local fruits and vegetables, [more…]

U.S. startups aim to help seniors ‘age in place’

Published 18/09/2015

NEW YORK Shari Cayle, 75, called "Miracle Mama" by her family ever since she beat back advanced colon cancer seven years ago, is still undergoing [more…]

Figure skating on a roll at Pan Am Games

Published 13/07/2015

TORONTO When Courtney Donovan arrived for her Pan American Games roller figure skating short program and saw people in the stands an hour before the [more…]

Come to the theater, ride a chandelier, play a role in show

Published 26/06/2015

NEW YORK Aerialists descend in a giant chandelier and lift a guest back up with them, a showgirl leads an audience member back in time [more…]