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A popular public school Bible class in West Virginia faces legal challenge

PRINCETON, W.Va. — Gym is Trenton Tolliver’s favorite class. Bu

Business
Apple may be making AR glasses: Here's the latest clue

There's a big new clue that Apple may be working on its own augmented realit

Lifestyle
Window washing Power Rangers surprise patients at Philadelphia children's hospital

Kids at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia got quite the surprise when

Lifestyle
Viking sword reveals secrets

High-tech scans of Viking swords are revealing details of how the weapons were m

Politics
THEN THERE WERE TWO: Far-right Le Pen, centrist Macron to meet in French presidential runoff election

As France’s polls closed in the first round of presidential voting on Sund

News
Palestinian stabs 4 in Tel Aviv, Israeli police say

JERUSALEM –  A Palestinian stabbed and lightly wounded four people in

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News
Palestinian stabs 4 in Tel Aviv, Israeli police say

JERUSALEM –  A Palestinian stabbed and lightly wounded four people in Tel Aviv before being arrested Sunday, the latest violence in a wave of attacks by Palest...

WARSHIP WARNING: North Korea threatens to strike US aircraft carrier

North Korea threatened Sunday to sink a U.S. aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military prowess as two Japanese Navy ships joined a U.S. strike group for exercises in t...

Croatia anti-fascists, Serbs gather at WWII death camp

ZAGREB, Croatia –  Croatian anti-fascists and Serb minority groups have held a commemoration ceremony at the site of a notorious World War II death camp, boyco...

Business

Business
Apple may be making AR glasses: Here's the latest clue

There's a big new clue that Apple may be working on its own augmented reality glasses, and it's come from the most unlikely of places: a workplace incident report...

8,600 brick-and-mortar stores will follow JCPenney and Payless in closing this year, report says

This week it was Bebe. Last month it was Staples. In February it was JCPenney. Stores are closing at an epic pace. In fact, the retail industry could suffer far more s...

Wall Street gears up for busiest earnings week in years

The Wall Street bull is seen in the financial district in New York, U.S., March 7, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid By Caroline Valetkevitch | NEW YO...

Lifestyle

Lifestyle
Window washing Power Rangers surprise patients at Philadelphia children's hospital

Kids at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia got quite the surprise when they looked out their windows earlier this week.  They were greeted by a frien...

Viking sword reveals secrets

High-tech scans of Viking swords are revealing details of how the weapons were made and how their role changed in Viking society over time. A new analysis of three&nbs...

PM habits for weight loss

When you’re dieting, you may start the day with good intentions, only to have your willpower trail off during the night. But there are actually certain nightly habi...

Outdoors

Outdoors
Hunting elk? Here are the 12 best cartridges

Get up to speed on the best cartridges for taking down a bull.  (Joseph von Benedikt) The bull elk is North America’s toughest hooved big-game animal. And t...

Warm Weather Concealed Carry

It is the time of the year again for short sleeves and pants.  This brings up the question of how do we conceal a handgun in warmer weather?  There is a sa...

Defending Yourself From Your Vehicle

Today you and your family are taking that well-deserved vacation- a trip across the USA in the family vehicle.  You packed the luggage, the kids are in the car, read...

Education

Education
This Day in History - April 23

April 23 1014 – Brian Boru, the high king of Ireland, is assassinated by Vikings shortly after his Irish forces defeated them 1348 – The first English o...

This Day in History - April 22

April 22 296 – St. Gaius ends his reign as Catholic Pope 536 – St. Agapitus I ends his reign as Catholic Pope 1451 – Queen of Spain, Isabella I...

This Day in History - April 21

April 21 753 BC – Traditional date of the foundation of Rome 43 BC – Marcus Antonius is defeated by Octavian near Modena, Italy 1509 – Henry VI...

Politics

Politics
THEN THERE WERE TWO: Far-right Le Pen, centrist Macron to meet in French presidential runoff election

As France’s polls closed in the first round of presidential voting on Sunday, Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron were projected by multiple news agencies to advance ...

HIGH STAKES IN FRANCE Security tightens as polls open for tense election

French voters began to flood the polls Sunday under heightened security to kick-off the start of a tense first-round poll that has been seen as a test for the spread of p...

EMAIL PROBE RIFT? Clinton investigation split Comey, Lynch, report says

FBI Director James Comey reportedly did not trust former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and other senior officials at the Justice Department, speculating they might provi...

Sports

Sports
Michigan State dismisses Auston Robertson after sexual assault charge

SI WIRE Michigan State has dismissed defensive lineman Auston Robertson following a sexual assault charge. Robertson, 19 is facing third-de...

Blake Griffin will miss remainder of playoffs due to big toe injury

SI WIRE Clippers forward Blake Griffin will miss the remainder of the 2017 NBA Playoffs with an injury to the plantar plate of his right big toe, which was sustained i...

Hawks Fall and Get Swept

The pain of last night was deep, to say the least. The number 1 seed, Chicago Blackhawks against the lowly 8th seed, Nashville Predators. I won't use the name I ...

Entertainment

Entertainment
Chris Pratt: Hollywood doesn't represent average, blue-collar Americans

Chris Pratt may star in blockbuster film franchises like "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Jurassic World," but he doesn't feel very well-represented...

Erin Moran from Happy Days, Dead at 56

The girl many of us watched grow up over the years, on the popular TV show "Happy Days" died. She was found in an unresponsive state by local authorities in Cor...

Cuba Gooding Sr. found dead in his car

Cuba Gooding Sr., the father of Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. who found fame in his own right with the 1972 hit "Everybody Plays the Fool," was found dead in hi...

Technology

Technology
Facebook is building a helicopter to help deliver internet access in emergencies

After building a solar-powered plane to help deliver internet access nearly two years ago, Facebook is once again building another aircraft to deploy the intern...

How many of us use phones while behind the wheel? A worrisome number

An eyebrow-raising new study assesses the extent of distracted driving, with stats revealing just how many people use their cellphones while behind the wheel. "Damn ...

NASA honors John Glenn with special tribute to national hero

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –  John Glenn flies again! About 7,600 pounds of cargo are now zooming to the International Space Station inside Orbital ATK's...

Religion

Religion
A popular public school Bible class in West Virginia faces legal challenge

PRINCETON, W.Va. — Gym is Trenton Tolliver’s favorite class. But the 7-year-old is also a huge fan of the weekly Bible course at Princeton Primary, his p...

Hey, check-box Christians

You know how the sermon goes — “Don't be a check-box Christian.” I've heard and read this well-meaning advice many times. Here’s the...

Easter, the Celebration of the Fertility Goddess

Yikes!! My guess is, if you are like me, you opened this post in one of two ways. Really, seriously twirked that I would have the audacity to call the celebration of th...

Weather

Weather
Florida Governor Scott Declares State of Emergency Due to Wildfires

More than 100 wildfires blazing across the state of Florida prompted Governor Rick Scott to declare a state of emergency on Tuesday.  From the Georgia line to Miami-...

Severe weather: Alabama governor declares emergency, South braces for more storms - FOX NEWS WEATHER CENTER

Another round of severe weather with damaging winds is expected to sweep across the South on Wednesday, bringing damaging winds in Alabama and Georgia, according to forec...