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While the Little League World Series is going a star is coming out to shine Mo’ne Davis 13 year old from South Philly has made history, becoming the first little Leaguer to be on the of Sports Illustrated .
As a 8th grade throwing a 70mph fastball in a shutout game Mid-Atlantic Final game that sent her team to the World Series. She followed that up by becoming the first girl to throw a shutout in World Series history, throwing a two-hitter and striking out eight in a 4-0 win over Nashville last Friday
It’s a growing national trend. Last year, 156,000 Americans had their Social Security checks garnished because of student loans they had defaulted on.
Arby’s faced a key problem as it moved to attract customers: People thought the restaurant served mainly roast beef.
High school and middle school students in Dubuque will now be required to wear heart monitors during P.E. class to monitor their heart rates to see if they’re getting enough exercise.
So begins the theatrical trailer for The Purge: Anarchy. The horror movie, released July 18, creates a world in which the government lifts every law for a 12-hour period, making all crimes — including murder — legal and suspending all emergency services.
Rates of developmental and mental disabilities — ranging from speech problems to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder — have jumped 21 percent among U.S. children, according to a new report.
The Wall Street Journal reported online over the weekend that Target will be keeping its doors open until as late as 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. at more than half of its 1,800 U.S. stores.
It will cost an average middle-class family nearly a quarter of a million dollars to raise a child – and that doesn’t even count paying for college, according to a new report.
Martin Lawrence talks about who he looks up to in comedy NOW, tells Big about missing standup and Bad Boys 3. Big Boy also shares how and why he watched Martin growing up in the radio industry.
After a decade of sending military equipment to civilian police departments across the country, federal officials are reconsidering the idea in light of the violence in Ferguson, Missouri.