'Game of roulette': This season's baseballs are frustrating MLB pitchers and hitters
Are softer baseballs affecting play in the MLB this year? They are if you ask pitchers, hitters — and data scientist Robert Arthur.
This burger chain showed mouldy food in its advertising
The campaign broke all the cardinal rules of advertising. But for one fast food company, it paid off.
Japanese Americans planted a rose bush at a WW II internment camp. Now it's blooming again
Ten years ago, Bonnie Clark and her team of researchers from the University of Denver discovered a rose bush across the remnants of a barracks doorway at the Amache National Historic Site. When Clark returned on Saturday, she was "ecstatic" to discover the bush in bloom.
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How AI-equipped technology could help clinicians better diagnose mental health issues
A Sandy Hook mother on another school shooting
'God help us in Texas,' says Democrat pushing for gun control after school shooting
Texas school shooting renews gun control debate, but debaters haven't changed, says reporter
'Why are we here?' and other questions for an astrophysicist-folklorist
'Burn-proof' edition of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale up for auction
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Monkeypox: Everything you need to know
BBC reporter left on plane without his wheelchair says it 'keeps on happening'
How a Canadian chef is helping migrant women put down 'Roots' in Italy
Maria Boutilier: housekeeper and health-care hero
Coming out 'made me a better, more full person,' says U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe
How 'carbon bombs' could blow up climate action
Father drives 1,600 km to find formula for his daughter, ends up with two cans
Students across Canada chose these 9 books as the 2022 Forest of Reading Award winners
Time to consider the impact of rocket exhausts on the atmosphere