Aug. 16 (UPI) — An estimated 220 million people will watch Monday’s eclipse. For a small percentage, the phenomenon will be more than a spectacle. It will be a chance to observe and record — for science’s sake. Researchers at ...Read More »
Feb. 9 (UPI) — Some of the biggest stars in country music including Garth Brooks and Chris You...
Feb. 25 (UPI) — Three Palestinian workers were killed while repairing a smuggling tunnel betwe...
CINCINNATI — Slowly but surely, the Cincinnati Reds are moving from rebuilding mode into winni...
ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Blues trailed the Montreal Canadiens, the best team in the NHL so fa...
May 28 (UPI) — Former New York firefighter Ray Pfeifer, hailed as a hero for lobbying to fund ...
Aug. 13 (UPI) — On this date in history: In 1889, William Gray patented the coin-operated telephone. In 1930, Capt. Frank Hawkes set an air speed record by flying from Los Angeles to New York in 12 hours, 25 minutes. ...Read More »
Aug. 9 (UPI) — Coal exports from the United States increased, but are slowing down, while renewable energy is on pace for short-term growth, the federal government reported. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported coal exports were around 37 million ...Read More »
Aug. 5 (UPI) — Those born on this date are under the sign of Leo. They include: — French novelist Guy de Maupassant in 1850 — Film director John Huston in 1906 — Astronaut Neil Armstrong, first man to step ...Read More »
Aug. 1 (UPI) — China is on pace to see its solar power capacity more than double by 2020 as component costs move lower, but at perhaps a cost, a sector analysis finds. Beijing issued a white paper last year, ...Read More »
July 28 (UPI) — Despite the horrors of war, the Syrian conflict has had an unintended side effect in areas lost by the Assad regime: Civilian groups have sprung up to fill the void in areas such as education, health ...Read More »
July 24 (UPI) — Strong job growth in Texas was apparent, though some energy sector indicators are still presenting headwinds, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said. A report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas found job growth in ...Read More »
July 20 (UPI) — On this date in history: In 1859, American baseball fans were charged an admission fee for the first time. About 1,500 spectators each paid 50 cents to see Brooklyn play New York. In 1881, five years ...Read More »
July 16 (UPI) — Those born on this date are under the sign of Cancer. They include — Mary Baker Eddy, founder of the Christian Science Church, in 1821 — Baseball great/”Black Sox” scandal figure “Shoeless” Joe Jackson in 1887 ...Read More »
July 12 (UPI) — Those born on this date are under the sign of Cancer. They include: — Roman leader Julius Caesar in 100 B.C. — American writer Henry David Thoreau in 1817 — Photography pioneer George Eastman in 1854 ...Read More »