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Giant Mantle Plume Reveals Mars Is More Active Than Previously Thought Orbital observations unveil the presence of an enormous mantle plume pushing the surface of Mars upward and driving intense volcanic and seismic activity. On Earth, shifting tectonic plate…
For three quarters, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were abysmal on offense but Tom Brady showed up in the fourth quarter and turned the game around.
Tom Brady did it again.
Brazil and Croatia both got wins, but in vastly different ways. Here's everything that happened at the World Cup on Monday.
The Phillies were not the highest bidder for Turner, but they still got their man, for a nine-figure deal that was months in the making.
The Saints gadget player remains a threat to make a play wherever he lines up.
Futures were little changed after the Dow Jones Industrial Average dived 482 points.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kirstie Alley, who won an Emmy for her role on “Cheers” and starred in films including “Look Who's Talking,” died Monday. She was 71. Alley died of cancer that was only recently discovered, her children True and Lillie Parker said in a post…
The Panthers released the former No. 1 overall pick on Monday
Detectives spoke with both men who told them they were trying to meet women at the business.
The U.S. Army on Monday awarded the contract for its next-generation helicopter to Textron Inc's (TXT.N) Bell unit, ending a years-long competition for the technology that will replace the …
The Department of Homeland Security will extend the REAL ID enforcement date by 24 months, the Transportation Security Administration announced Monday. Read ...
Mayfield is done in Carolina
Today we saw a very different Michael Avenatti, who was emotional when trying to convince the judge that 14 years in prison would not give him enough time to have a second chance at life. His tears were not enough to convince the judge.
Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom spoke with the Boston Globe's Alex Speier (Twitter thread) and other reporters today …
The Fox Corp chairman is the highest-profile individual to be questioned in the case, which hinges on Fox’s coverage of the 2020 presidential election.
The mayor made a mistake, they said. And so did O’Connor.
Three-minute silence will be held nationwide, with flags flown at half mast and stockmarkets suspending trading