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MINNEAPOLIS -- The powerful Minnesota offense had been starved for a clutch hit in the last three games -- and they got three big ones from Max Kepler late in Tuesday night’s game.
By late, we mean really late.
Hours after he initially tied the game with an eighth-inning single

A Belgian diplomat is expected to arrive in China on Wednesday to visit the Xinjiang region and confirm the whereabouts of a Uighur family who were taken from Belgium's embassy in Beijing by Chinese police last month, according to SBS World News. The disappearance of the woman and their four children has alarmed her husband, Abdulhamid Tursun, who is a political refugee living in Belgium. Tursun said he has not heard from his family since May 31, just a few days after they…

Another month and change has gone by since we last updated our Top 100 Prospects list. We’re just about at the half-way point of the 2019 Minor League season and short-season leagues have just gotten underway, so it’s a perfect time to make some tweaks to the list.
This will

Oregon’s Legislature just enacted the most significant legislation for Oregon employers in years. The new Workplace Fairness Act has been hailed as a

The Japanese Obon Festival (Previously known as the Lantern Lighting Festival) is the largest Japan-related festival in Minnesota and occurs once a year in Como Park. The Japanese Obon Festival features many different cultural experiences from stage performances and activities to a wide variety of Japanese food
The Japanese Obon Festival provides an array of Japanese traditions and fun for the whole family
A collaborative effort…

Momokusu Iwata grew up in a family of musicians, but he first develped interest in the shammisen after he was watching an animation, “Naruto”, on TV when he was nine years old. He was surprised by the sound of Tsugaru Shamisen in the show, which made him immediately decide to play the Shamisen
In 2012, he was admitted to Tokyo University of the Arts, where he studied Nagauta Shamisen at school. During this time, he was asked to participate in Momoiro Clover Z's…

From CBE By Chesna Hinkley Chesna Hinkley will graduate from Princeton Theological Seminary in 2019 with an MDiv and a Certificate in Theology, Women, and Gender. She holds a BS in neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh, where she was the first (but not last) woman to preach at her church. Chesna is currently

Two former federal prosecutors Barbara McQuade and Joyce Vance wrote a new report for NBC News on Tueday which emphasized even though Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded his Russia investigation, t here is still work for Congress to pick up, according to AlterNet. House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said he still plans to call on Mueller to publicly testify about his investigation into Russian intereference during the 2016 presidential election. “Time is running out,” Schiff said

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Inside Twins: Inside Twins begins Sunday, March 31, and runs every Sunday one hour prior to first pitch. The show features chief baseball officer Derek Falvey, senior vice president Thad Levine and Twins manager Rocco Baldelli as they provide fans an inside look at the inner workings of Twins baseball. You can listen to the show live on the Treasure Island Baseball Network, WCCO 830 AM or download the show to listen at your convenience.
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In Texas, and in 25 other states, beneficiary designations to your ex-spouse are automatically voided upon divorce.

Le Bourgeot — Boeing won a major vote of confidence at the Paris Airshow on Tuesday as British Airways (BA) owner IAG signed a letter of intent to buy 200 of its 737 MAX aircraft that have been grounded since March after two deadly crashes. The deal, worth more than $24bn at list prices, came as European rival Airbus also bagged a series of orders for its newly launched A321XLR model, easing investors’ concerns about a sharp slowdown in demand

There's no way to make going through a divorce easy emotionally. There are, however, ways to make the financial and logistical burden involved go more smoothly. Attorney Loni Coombs has some tips for helping to...

Gregory Ganeles ‘10 is the featured artist in the summer 2019 edition of the Cincinnati Review.His painting What happens in Amsterdam was featured on the cover of the literary magazine. Ten images were featured along with his artist statement. "I am fascinated by organic and colorful graffiti that blends in to the natural world. My pieces, layered with drips, spray paint, and splatters, depict a scenario in which graffiti takes over the natural landscape, becoming a part of it."—Ganeles

From big to bigger, we rank all the camera bumps on new and upcoming smartphones.

Watchdog says Nigel Farage’s party must return or forfeit any illegitimate money Nigel Farage’s Brexit party has been asked to check £2.5m it has received in donations to ensure it has come from legitimate sources. The Electoral Commission will oversee checks carried out by the fledgling political

Mark Segal founded the 'Philadelphia Gay News' in 1976, long before mainstream LGBTQ publications existed.

General News Facebook has announced its Libra white paper. It includes a new Facebook subsidiary, Calibra, and an independent consortium, Libra Association, with 28 founding members including Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, Uber, Lyft, Coinbase and others. “The central goal here really is financial inclusion.” Calibra will be building a digital wallet for Libra coin and is now working to acquire money transmitter licenses in U.S. states “that treat cryptocurrencies as the equivalent of money.” The

Mustafa al-Imam, a Libyan national approximately 48 years old, was found guilty of terrorism charges for his participation in the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. Special Mission and Annex in Benghazi, Libya. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and U.S. government personnel Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty died in the attack at the Mission and the nearby Annex in Benghazi.

After dealing with a growing black market and inflated prices from resellers, The Trappist monks at St. Sixtus Abbey in Westvleteren in Flanders, Belgium announced on Monday they would be turning to the internet to help manage their newfound popularity, according to The Guardian. With only 5,000 barrels of the Westvleteren 12 made every year, the 19 Trappist brewers said they were crafting a website for customers to order their two crates, though priority is given to recent and new customers.

For weeks there have been false reports swirling USMCA does more harm than good to Florida’s farmers, but I’m here to set the record straight.

Summer is almost here, which means the WHCE Board is beginning the strategic planning and transition process for the 2019-2020 board year. With this, we are in search of individuals interested in joining our all-volunteer Board of Directors
Engagement on the Board is a meaningful way to contribute to WHCE’s mission of “Advancing Women who Advance Healthcare”, also to build a network of diverse and supportive…

The 2019 Volunteers of America Classic returns to Old American Golf Club in The Colony, TX September 30 - October 6.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation will close Interstate 35W in both directions between I-94 and the intersection of Highway 280 in Minneapolis, beginning at 10 p.m., Friday, June 21 through 5 a.m. Monday, June 24.

Hammock camping offers new comforts, greater immersion, and lighter weight during your outdoor adventures.