Kimi Raikkonen is on pole for the Monaco Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton takes 14th after a dramatic qualifying session. …""
Did you down a nice tall glass of OJ this morning? You may want to rethink your drink — or at least your serving size. Despite the fact that fruit juice has been looked as a healthy drink packed with vitamins, it’s also potentially high in sugar (and thus calories) and boosts the risk of […]""
In 2009, director James Cameron brought the otherworldly adventure film “Avatar” to the big screen after 15 in production. Eight years later, Cameron along with Disney Imagineers are bringing the film to life at Walt Disney World. “Pandora – The World of Avatar” officially opens as an expansion of Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park Saturday, […]""
It’s the motorsports version of the American dream. Conor Daly, born and bred in Indiana, will start his engine for the fourth time in the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. He’s only 25, and already he’s the local hero in the family business, following in the footsteps of his Irish-born father, Derek, who made a name […]""
Global health officials are monitoring a possible resurgence of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo amid reports of an outbreak of the feared contagion near the country’s northern border. Public health officials in the DRC have reported at least 43 cases of suspected Ebola and four deaths. While only two of the […]""
SALT LAKE CITY – State lawmakers and a mayor were among those expected Friday to lead a packed field of nearly two dozen contenders for the Utah congressional seat soon to be vacated by U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz. Fifteen Republicans, four Democrats, one Libertarian and two independents have filed to run after Chaffetz announced he […]""
SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea said Saturday that it has confirmed the safety of crew members from a fishing vessel that had lost contact in waters off Somalia, prompting Seoul to dispatch a naval unit over fears that the vessel had been hijacked by pirates. Seoul’s Foreign Ministry said it planned to “close the […]""
His death triggered protests with police firing tear gas to break up stone-throwing crowds. …""
Egypt fights back after 28 Coptic Christians killed in bus attack – Why are Coptic Christians being targeted? – OPINION: Wake up, President Sisi! ISIS is murdering your Christian children ""
Egypt’s military fought back against the attackers who stormed a bus full of Coptic Christians and killed 28 people on their way to a monastery to pray, President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Friday. The Egyptian military struck bases where the attackers had trained, the president said without elaborating. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, but Egypt’s […]""