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2 hrs ago | The Eastchester Daily Voice
Although the United States Men's National Team was dispatched from the World Cup in heartbreaking fashion, the Eastchester Youth Soccer Association is seeking future soccer stars to sign up in its fall leagues .
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7 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Sunday that any nuclear deal leaving Iran with the capability to enrich uranium would be "catastrophic."
11 hrs ago | The News Tribune
The colt trained by Michael Mareina set a comfortable pace in the race for New York-bred 2-year-olds, easily holding even-money favorite International Star at bay.
15 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
Garth Ferguson of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association sits on his motorcycle at the Community of Lebanon Association's show on Saturday in downtown Lebanon.
19 hrs ago | SavannahNow
Brittney Lohmiller / Savannah Morning News - Goodwill employee Yvette Ellison arranges donated clothing on racks inside the Sallie Mood Drive Goodwill retail stores.
After months of promotional lead-up, the Total Slaughter battle event took place tonight at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York.
Rochelle Coslow-Robinson, Exhibit Programs Director at the AACA Museum, provides a tiny sneak peek at one of the Tucker cars that will be exhibited in a new permanent gallery when it opens this fall.
Daren Kelly and Kathryn Kendall rehearse a scene for Gretna Theatre's production of "Moon Over Buffalo."
Mother's "heavy volume of work," along with her amazing vitality was noted in yesterday's edition of the Indianapolis News in a section of that paper entitled "Women and Their Doings:" Whether one admires or condemns the activities of Mother Jones, one is compelled to look in amazement on her vitality.
In this file photo, Lyle Cosner, a firefighter with York Area United Fire & Rescue, carries a 46-pound bundle of hoses three stories at the York County Fire School in Manchester Township, before reeling a roll of hose with a rope up the side of the building.
Q'ajaniyah Miller, 18, stands with her grandmother, Tina Maxfield, while waiting for her mother, Ronielle Kirkland, to pick them up after Miller graduated this month from William Penn Senior High School.
California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo has a huge, 350-student "viticulture and enology" program, preparing its majors for an industry critical to the state's economy , but puritanical state law continues to hobble it.
Amazon has formally requested permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to start testing drones as part of its proposed Prime Air service to deliver packages by air.
Photo of the Day: A design of the San Francisco tower by Chicago-based architect Jeanne Gang, FAIA, was revealed Thursday.
Boeing thinks air travel will double within 20 years, creating both demand for 37,000 new plans, and major concern among environmentalists.
Schools across the country are tackling how to teach reporters to use data in the digital era.
As Edward Matos worked as a security guard at the building where the Manhattan temple , three Manhattan wards, the New York Office of Public and International Affairs, and the Family History Center are housed, he saw friendly, cheerful people.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:20 pm
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