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See This, Skip That: Philadelphia
The city of Brotherly Love lures travelers with a vibrant mix -- history, culture and community. As the spring and summer seasons bring the promise of warmer weather, visitors from all over the world will flock to Philadelphia. And while the landmark attractions are not to be missed -- the Liberty
This Date in Baseball
Compiled By PAUL MONTELLA May 16 1933 — Cecil Travis of the Washington Senators made his major league debut with five hits in a 12-inning, 11-10 win over the Chicago White Sox. 1939 — The Cleveland Indians beat the Philadelphia Athletics 8-3 in 10 innings in the first American League night game,
Eagles post video of Eli Manning
Apparently, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning should be afraid to go into Philadelphia on Sunday night. Very, very afraid. On Friday, the Eagles posted a 1-minute, 23-second video on their Twitter account which shows a boyish-sounding, cartoon version of the two-time Super Bowl MVP getting
Olympian Sage Kotsenburg to Get Another Medal - Made of Bacon
A week after a gold medalist snowboarder said he wished Winter Olympics medals were made of bacon, an American meat company did its best to make his dream come true. Sage Kotsenburg, who on Feb. 8 scored the first gold medal of the Sochi Olympics, shared his meaty hope with the world two days after
The Top April Fools's Day Hoaxes
Some Pranks Have Gone Down in April Fool's Infamy. Others Have Gotten a Less Enthusiastic Reception
Olympics Opening Ceremony Soundtrack Revealed
Most Olympics opening ceremonies are kept secret–but it apparently wasn’t enough to share visions of a neo-idyllic countryside, now the entire playlist to Danny Boyle’s “Isles of Wonder”ceremony, allegedly leaked, is available for public scrutiny. If you thought sheep in east London’s Olympic ...
Top 7 Foreign Gifts to the U.S.
From the Statue of Liberty to Giant Pandas, a Look at Memorable Foreign Gifts to the U.S.
Adrenaline-Fueled Sprint Makes Some Marathons Deadly
Those exhilarating moments when marathoners sprint to the finish line on pure adrenaline can prove fatal to vulnerable hearts, a veteran marathon medical director said today. Taking an 81-milligram baby aspirin and avoiding caffeine on race day -- especially supercaffeinated energy drinks -- are
Debt Deal: 'Three' Is The Magic Number
Four Capitol Hill press conferences, three local television interviews at the White House, one fund-raising email and a single hour-long negotiating session later and lawmakers still hadn’t reached a final agreement on the debt ceiling yesterday. But, today there are indications of a light at the