The night before a cross-country race, Sadie Bjornsen of Winthrop, Washington, relaxes her muscles and works her brain. She hears the countdown timer — beep, beep, beep — and imagines herself as a bird flying up the hills. She's a member of the U.
Several Team USA athletes have been spotted (literally) with round purple or red marks on their backs, shoulders and other body parts. An acupuncturist says these are the telltale signs of an ancient Chinese medicine practice called cupping. She e
Nico Hernandez, a native of 20yearold Wichita, Kansas, makes his Olympic debut in Rio as light flyweight boxer (108 lbs). “When I’m in the ring, I’m just thinking about my family and making a better life for them,” Hernandez said.
A native of Jackson, Mississippi, young sprinter Frentorish “Tori” Bowie has waited four years for this moment. She tries not to think too much about the coveted gold medal, as she trains relentlessly in the hot Florida sun.
Casey Eichfeld joins a small family of three-time Olympians as he races Canoe Slalom for Team USA in Rio. The sprint event can last anywhere from 90 to 110 seconds, and Eichfeld says that upon crossing the finish line, "you're zapped."
Miami-grown goalie Ashleigh Johnson, a Princeton University student, is taking the water polo world by storm. A fierce competitor, Johnson is the only non-Californian on the team, and is making history as the first African American to play for the
With trumpeter and tundra swans making their spring migration through Whatcom County, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking people to report dead, sick, or injured birds to help assess the impact of lead poisoning.
Bud Light and its “King” visited local Loyola hotspot Bar 63 and surprised enthusiastic Loyola fans as they cheered on their team during their match-up. Bud Light brought its notable “King” character to deliver a fresh keg.
In 1840, males outnumbered females 8.68 million to 8.38 million in the United States. By 1950, there were more females than males for the first time in U.S. history, according to the U.S. Census. See other statistics showing how America has changed.
Rep. Martha McSally, (R) Arizona, noted that Arizona does not have any sanctuary cities, but it borders California which does have them. She suggested building a wall between these two states to keep "these dangerous criminals out of our state."