Week seven of the NFL season had the last unbeaten team go down in defeat and a couple wining streaks among the better teams end, but the one constant that still remains is New England continues to win football games.
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It was a good 2016 season for the NY Mets, making the playoffs and setting the foundation for success next season, but winning World Series titles is how MLB teams are measured and this club needs help to reach that goal.
Five games into the 2016-17 NHL season and Toronto has just one win, despite averaging nearly 4 goals per game and while much of the blame is being directed at goalie Frederik Andersen, the defenders on the roster aren't supplying much help.
A one-handed keyboard mode has been found inside Apple's iOS. It has been lurking unseen since at least 2014 and is not publicly accessible. If activated, it could make typing significantly easier on Apple's current large-screen iPhones.
Juan Manuel Marquez has been saying repeatedly that the reason why he is declining public clamor for a fifth fight against Manny Pacquiao is his belief that he won all four fights since their first encounter in 2004.
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Iraqi forces advancing on Mosul faced stiff resistance on Monday from the Islamic State group despite an unprecedented wave of US-led coalition air strikes in support of the week-old offensive.
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Why wait for evolution to act if genetic technology can accelerate the process, especially if can give us longer and healthier lives? That’s the message the eminent Harvard geneticist George Church wants to get out.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Reddit Sunday evening in an "Ask Me Anything" session on the popular website. Musk fielded questions on how we will get to Mars and the technology that will be required, as well as other aspects of living on the planet.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber loves his fans and they love him but sometimes love can get a little...loud? That was the case Saturday night when the Biebs abadoned his Beliebers at a concert in England.
Republican heavyweight Karl Rove made an appearance on 'Fox News Sunday' and told the show that Donald Trump is done. Rove said Democrat Hillary Clinton now has a clear path to the White House and will win the presidency.