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Look at me! 16 selfies of the week
What a shot! 37 sports photos
The week in 30 photos
Gaza crisis brings 9/11 flashbacks
I am an American, and I love my country, but I also love my heritage. Palestinian-American Naim Naif spent a few years in the West Bank, where 70% of his family lives. His wish? For people to ignore politics and think about the people.
The best selfies from space
"Gee whiz! Look at that horizon. It's curved a little bit and the clouds are way down there. I wonder what the picture's going to look like?" recalls famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
Do we need to go back to the moon?
"Neil Armstrong is going to walk on the moon on Monday, July 21st."
Buzz Aldrin: After moon, Mars
Back in July 1969, I stood on the talcum-like lunar dust just a few feet from our home away from home, Eagle, the lunar module that transported Neil Armstrong and me to the bleak, crater-pocked moonscape.
Guns killing women: Time to act
Gabrielle Giffords and Katie Ray-Jones say Congress must address domestic violence and guns
Mark Cuban for president?
S.E. Cupp says the entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner thinks for himself and refuses to be confined to an ideological box.
Why do women often fail?
Carol Dweck and Rachel Simmons: Girls tend to have a "fixed mindset" but they should have a "growth mindset."
America's body image screwed up
LZ Granderson says the cyber-standing ovation given to Robyn Lawley, an Australian plus-size model who posted unretouched photos, shows how crazy Americans' notions of beauty have become.
What's wrong with 'Black Jesus'?
A Christian group's anger over the trailer for an upcoming TV show seems out of place, says Jay Parini
Ray Rice: What is NFL thinking?
Carol Costello says she was wrong to expect the NFL to come down hard on Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice, and that the league be universally criticized if they didn't.
Navigator on A-bomb flight dies
The man who navigated the Enola Gay when it dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, killing 140,000 and helping to end World War II, died in Georgia, his family says. He was 93.
10,000 calories in one sitting?!
He's used to making waves in the pool, but Ryan Lochte has caused a few ripples of excitement on social media after tweeting out a photo of himself in front of what he claims was 10,000 calories worth of food, including piles of chicken and asparagus.
Cards, CB Peterson agree to record $70M deal
The Arizona Cardinals have agreed with Patrick Peterson on a five-year contract extension, a deal the Pro Bowler said Tuesday night is worth $70 million with $48 million guaranteed, which makes him the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL.
Sources: Love trade talks narrowed to Cavs
The Minnesota Timberwolves were engaged in serious Kevin Love trade talks with no teams other than the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday, adding to the growing belief around the NBA that Love teaming up with LeBron James is inevitable, according to sources
Kemp laces winner in 10th to turn away Braves
Matt Kemp singled in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning, Zack Greinke struck out a season-high 13 and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Atlanta Braves 3-2 on Wednesday night for their season-best fifth straight victory.
Riley says Heat OK after LeBron's departure
Miami Heat president Pat Riley insists his franchise has recovered well from LeBron James' stunning return to Cleveland in free agency, but admits that it remains a difficult blow to accept.
Presidential farewell: Jeter honored by Bush
Derek Jeter got the boot -- a pair of them, actually -- a check, and a visit from a former president on Wednesday night in a pregame ceremony commemorating his final game at Globe Life Park, home of the Texas Rangers.
Cards deal for Masterson to bolster pitching
The Cleveland Indians have traded veteran right-hander Justin Masterson to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Peterson just 'having fun' with Sherman feud
To Patrick Peterson, his ongoing Twitter feud with Richard Sherman is all in good fun. Peterson doesn't think Sherman sees it the same way.
Rose 'on a mission' in return, Calipari says
Derrick Rose's basketball resurgence continued Wednesday as the former MVP opened more eyes during Day 3 of Team USA's training camp.
Scratched Lester at Fenway amid rumors
Jon Lester was still a member of the Red Sox as of late Wednesday night.
Serena rolls at Stanford in first match back
Serena Williams looked healthy and played sharp in her first tournament since defaulting during a doubles match with sister Venus at Wimbledon.
Steelers' Brown rips Sanders' QB comments
Pro Bowl wide receiver Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders were teammates for four seasons with the Steelers and remain good friends, but Brown took issue with Sanders calling quarterback Peyton Manning a "far better leader" than Ben Roethlisberger.
Workers trying to save buckling UCLA court
UCLA officials are trying to save the Pauley Pavilion court, which is buckling after flooding spread throughout campus Tuesday.
Romo unsure he'll play in preseason opener
With the long-term view on the regular season Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he will play some in the preseason, but perhaps not the Aug. 7 opener against the San Diego Chargers.
Cowboys sign OT Smith to $110M contract
The Dallas Cowboys have signed Pro Bowl offensive tackle Tyron Smith to an eight-year extension through 2023, making the total value of his contract worth nearly $110 million, according to multiple sources.
Ravens' Harbaugh: Proud of Rice's response
On the eve of Ray Rice addressing the media, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh continued to support his starting running back, saying he was "disappointed" in the domestic violence incident but was "proud" in what he's done since.