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Mexico's Soccer Coach Loses Job After Allegedly Punching Reporter
The altercation came just two days after Mexico's national team won the Gold Cup over Jamaica.
Investigation Underway Into Killing Of Cecil, Zimbabwe's Best Known Lion
The killing of the beloved lion, hunted for sport, has been condemned by wildlife conservationists. A conservationist in Zimbabwe says a ban should be imposed on the hunting of endangered animals.
Is This The Beginning Of The End For The SAT and ACT?
George Washington University is the latest and one of the largest private universities to drop its admissions testing requirement.
Researchers Warn Against 'Autonomous Weapons' Arms Race
Already, researcher Stuart Russell says, sentry robots in South Korea "can spot and track a human being for a distance of 2 miles — and can very accurately kill that person."
During Pool Season, Even Lifeguard Numbers Are Taking A Dive
This summer, even the most crowded pools are struggling to hire enough lifeguards, and are cutting hours as a result. In a rebounding economy, teens are opting for higher-paying jobs or no job at all.
After Hope For Early Release, Prisoners' Applications Stuck In Limbo
The Obama administration offered help to nonviolent offenders like Dana Bowerman, but more than half the applications sent to the Clemency Project 2014 have not been processed.
Imprisoned Israeli Spy Jonathan Pollard To Be Released In November
The former civilian Navy analyst was arrested in 1985 and received a life sentence for passing classified information to Israel. He has served nearly 30 years.
Human Error Caused Virgin Galactic Crash, Investigators Say
SpaceShipTwo broke apart during an October test flight because the co-pilot unlocked a section of the spaceship's tail too early, the National Transportation and Safety Board announced.
Me-Tea-Morphosis: Tea Bags Get Second Life As Works Of Art
Artists are reinventing the humble tea bag, letting its contents and simple shape and color shine in beautiful, fragile art. Some are even farming out the tea drinking to get to the used bags.
NFL's Goodell Upholds Tom Brady's 4-Game Suspension
Until June, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady did not acknowledge to investigators that he had destroyed his cellphone, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says.
Beyond Brothels: Farms And Fisheries Are Frontier Of Human Trafficking
The State Department's annual human trafficking report this year gives special attention to slavery in agriculture and fishing. Human rights advocates say there's much work to be done to fight it.
Political Campaigns Go Social, But Email Is Still King
Campaigns are Periscoping, Tweeting, Facebooking, Snapchatting and Instagramming. But campaigns and strategists say the biggest bang comes from new ways of using the ol' email list.
As Twitter Flirts With Hearts, Will You Miss The Stars?
A different Twitter greeted some users when they logged on Tuesday as the social media company tries to win more hearts — and users.
Arizona Cardinals Hire Female Coach For Training Camp And Preseason
"I am honored to be a part of this amazing team," says Jen Welter, an athlete and sports psychologist.
Look Out Pelley, Muir And Holt. Rapping Reporters Could Give You A Jolt
Uganda is bringing young eyeballs to the evening news with a team of rappers who inform and amuse.