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Thrilling combat, a great loot loop, and a strong endgame elevate this Tom Clancy shooter to new heights.

CHICAGO—With the airline industry continuing to suffer under the ongoing recession, the Boeing Company was forced Monday to lay off Al Freedman, the only guy left at the corporation who knows how to keep wings from falling off planes. "We used to have a whole team of engineers who knew how to make the wings stay on, but those days are long gone," Boeing CEO James McNerney, Jr. said. "We'll make it work, though. The wings are not necessarily the most important part…

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The orchestra features over 70 musicians, including "Sins of the Father" singer Donna Burke.

Ethiopian officials have found clear similarities between two recent crashes involving Boeing 737 Max 8s, putting pressure on manufacturer Boeing to determine what flaw in their planes might have been responsible for the tragedies. What do you think?

CRANSTON, RI—Describing the utter lack of ambition as “such a shame,” sources confirmed Monday that local 27-year-old Andrew Maslia has been wasting his life playing video games when there’s a whole world of other screens out there. “It’s really sad to see a guy like that spending eight hours a day holed up with his PS4 when he could be staring at his phone or his iPad instead,” said a source close to Maslia, expressing bewilderment over why anyone would sink that much…

When Professor Rat, the man-sized rat wearing a graduation cap and gown, first emerged from the ocean 30 years ago, everyone’s first question was, “Will this man-sized rat one day become the United States Secretary of Fireworks?” And today, we have learned that the answer to that question is a resounding “Yes!” Just this morning, our mighty leader President Donald Trump appointed Professor Rat as the U.S. Secretary of Fireworks, and our country will never be the same!

In the B2C world, a brand’s social media presence is critical for reaching and engaging potential and existing customers.

CREATION—Admitting that the mere thought of hosting His guest next weekend filled Him with terrible anxiety, God, Our Lord and Heavenly Father, revealed Monday that He was “really dreading” an upcoming visit from His older brother, who had brought into being a far more successful cosmos. “I stress out whenever my brother visits because His universe doesn’t even have war or famine, so when I try to talk to Him about my problems, He just stares at me with this blank look upon…

PEORIA, Ariz. -- Matt Harvey, who has emerged as a candidate to start on Opening Day for the Angels because of injuries to both Tyler Skaggs and Andrew Heaney, turned in his best outing of the spring on Sunday against the Padres.
Harvey regularly hit 95 mph with his fastball

Matt Harvey's fresh start on the West Coast is sure to draw plenty of attention, given the heights of his stardom with the Mets and how far he fell.
If Harvey can build on what he started with the Reds last season and revitalize his career with the Angels, it'd

Can a sauna provoke conversation around climate change? Put down your smartphone and come inside the Solar Egg at the American Swedish Institute.

You may remember a story we ran a couple of months ago about Alan Lawrence, the man who turned his 4-month old son Rockwell into an elf. Well, now he's at it again, but this time he's turned Rockwell, now 6-months old, into a Leprechaun instead. Well, it is Saint Patrick's Day after all.

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Shohei Ohtani has continued to make progress with his rehab from Tommy John surgery and said Saturday that he believes he could start taking batting practice in roughly a week.
Ohtani, who underwent the operation on Oct. 1 and is expected to return in May as a

KANSAS CITY, MO—Saying the once-radiant arc had become little more than an eyesore, officials at the Department of the Interior announced Monday that a demolitions team had successfully brought down a derelict rainbow with a series of controlled dynamite blasts. “It was very old and faded—to be honest, it wasn’t even worth craning your neck upward to look at anymore,” said Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, adding…

The former First Lady brought her memoir tour to the Xcel Energy Center on Wednesday night—and taught us a thing or two about life, hope, and Barack Obama's basketball-coaching skills.

Did you miss our recent concert webcast? Or maybe you just want to relive the experience? Watch the full performance, then explore the rest of this season's concerts! A special thanks to Classical Minnesota Public Radio for providing the broadcast audi

At age 97, Sid Hartman—the most powerful man in the history of Minnesota sports—isn't planning to go out on top. Column after column, show after show, he's determined to stay there.

Talent development professionals need to broaden their view of music and think of it as a core information processing skill, rather than an aesthetic “nice to have” pastime.

A new report from The Washington Post on Friday said the raid carried out at North Korea's Embassy in Madrid, including masked assailants who stole computers and mobile phones were part of an operation to overthrow North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Just days before Kim was scheduled to meet with United States President Donald Trump in Vietnam, the incident threatened to derail the nuclear-focused summit after the group known as Cheollima Civil Defense, a secret dissident organization, according

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Students in Australia, New Zealand, India, and across Europe staged a walkout on Friday, leaving their classes behind to gather in public and protest government inaction on climate change, according to Reuters. Making Fridays into a day of action has spread to nearly 100 countries after being inspired by teenage activist Greta Thunberg who protests weekly outside Sweden's parliament. Tens of thousands of students protested in Wellington, Sydney, and Melbourne on Friday. While throngs of students