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  • Growing influx of musk oxen prompts Alaska hunt
    Growing influx of musk oxen prompts Alaska hunt

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A growing influx of musk oxen in the old gold rush town of Nome has prompted Alaska wildlife officials to open a subsistence hunt early for the large shaggy animals, which have trampled dogs and created traffic hazards.

  • Tyrannosaur 'Gangs' Terrorized Ancient Landscape
    Tyrannosaur 'Gangs' Terrorized Ancient Landscape

    Some 70 million years ago, three tyrannosaurs stalked together across a mud flat in Canada, possibly searching for prey. The new insight comes from several parallel tyrannosaur tracks unearthed in Canada. The ferocious beasts may have "stuck together as a pack to increase their chances of bringing down prey and individually surviving," said study co-author Richard McCrea, a curator at the Peace Region Palaeontology Center in Canada. Tyrannosaur hunting

  • Pity the poor Russian billionaire; Putin’s costing them billions
    Pity the poor Russian billionaire; Putin’s costing them billions

    How are Russian oligarchs affected by U.S. sanctions? Bloomberg's Rob LaFranco explains in the video above.

  • Queen's photobomb at Commonwealth Games 'not total accident'
    Queen's photobomb at Commonwealth Games 'not total accident'

    It may have looked like a lucky quirk of timing, but the queen's photobombing of a selfie at the Commonwealth Games was not a complete accident, an athlete in the image said Friday. The image of a beaming Queen Elizabeth II in the background of Australian hockey players Jayde Taylor and Brooke Peris' selfie has gone viral. Taylor said she and Peris seized the opportunity when, during their warm-down after the Hockeyroos' 4-0 win over Malaysia in Glasgow on Thursday, they saw the monarch at the venue. "Brooke and I planned it so that when she came out the door she would be behind us," Taylor told Sydney's Daily Telegraph.

  • Hamas tunnel threat at center of war with Israel
    Hamas tunnel threat at center of war with Israel

    JERUSALEM (AP) — A network of tunnels Palestinian militants have dug from Gaza to Israel — dubbed "lower Gaza" by the Israeli military — is taking center stage in the latest war between Hamas and Israel.

  • U.S. Jewish group wants its award back from Turkey's Erdogan

    An association of Jewish Americans said Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has become the world's "most virulent anti-Israeli leader" and demanded he return an award it gave him a decade ago, partly for his efforts to broker peace between Israel and Palestinians. The New York-based American Jewish Congress awarded Erdogan its "Profile of Courage" award in 2004 for what it said was his stance on fighting terrorism and working towards a peace. "Now, we want it back," the association's president, Jack Rosen, said in an open letter to Erdogan dated July 23 and made public on Thursday. He cited the Turkish leader's comments last weekend that Israel had "surpassed Hitler in barbarism" through its attacks on Gaza.

  • Comic-Con: 5 Possible Nerdgasm Moments!
    Comic-Con: 5 Possible Nerdgasm Moments!

    Comic-Con 2014 is mere hours away and comic book fans, cosplay enthusiasts and some of Hollywood biggest stars will descend upon San Diego for the annual geekapalooza!

  • No more 'cut-throat' grand tours, says Wiggins

    Bradley Wiggins is turning his back on "cut-throat" road racing and has ruled out competing in any more grand tours, the 2012 Tour de France champion said on Thursday. Wiggins, who won a silver medal in the team pursuit at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday, will instead focus on the track where he hopes to compete at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in two years' time. "That will probably be it for the grand tours. I can't imagine doing that now." Wiggins, a four-time Olympic gold medallist, has not raced a grand tour since pulling out of last year's Giro D'Italia.


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