Flashback Athlete of the Month for July 2023 Bio Highlight Bio Born in Carolina, Puerto Rico in 1934 to a sugarcane worker, Roberto Clemente showed early interest–and talent–in baseball. As a high school freshman, he was recruited to play softball with the Selo Rojo team, and at just 18, Clemente found himself playing for the […]
Month: June 2023
The National Football League has taken decisive action by suspending three #players indefinitely for violating the league’s #gambling policy, while another player has been sidelined for six #games.
In a significant and contentious decision, the Supreme Court has handed down a #ruling that limits LGBTQ protections in the context of religious objections. The case involved a Christian web designer from Colorado who refused to create wedding websites for same-sex couples based on religious beliefs.
Google announced it would proceed to remove the links to news articles on its new search function for Canadian viewers once a new national law is set in place.
Across the nation’s middle, unhealthy air from Canadian wildfires sent summer campers home and left residents coughing, and asking when this would end. The Great Lakes region was enveloped in smoke and haze from Canadian wildfires for a second day on Wednesday, prompting millions of Americans to stay indoors in the heart of summer to […]
Get ready to sink your teeth into the juiciest, most finger-licking chicken sandwich on the planet, because Popeyes is back at it again. This time, they’re offering a sizzling deal just in time for the Fourth of July and National Fried Chicken Day celebrations. With their irresistible promotion, Popeyes is making sure no one goes […]
Yankees pitcher Domingo Germán has just lived out the plot to an award winning movie, overcoming adversity to pitch the 24th perfect game in MLB history.
The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down affirmative action programs at the University of North Carolina and Harvard in a major victory for conservative activists that ends the systematic consideration of race in the admissions process. The court ruled that both programs violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution and are therefore unlawful. The […]
Props used in Harry Potter, Star Wars, and even Titanic are going to be passed on to the next generation of mega fans.
It has been two years since we last saw Simone at the Tokyo Olympics, in which she had to withdraw mid-event due to a harrowing condition, only to return after a few days and come back to win a medal.
The Paris suburb of Nanterre has been gripped by outrage and protests following the tragic shooting of a 17-year-old by the police. The incident has ignited a fierce debate surrounding police conduct, and accountability.
In an audio recording obtained by CNN, Trump appears to refer to classified documents in his possession.