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A trip through all 30 MLB stadiums

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Erik Wemple answers your questions on the media
Erik's Q&A with readers is at 12 p.m. ET on Monday, June 12. Submit your questions.
New method of ‘reanimating’ hearts could expand number of donors by 30%
A newer heart transplant method, where surgeons would reanimate hearts by pumping it with a machine, could expand the number of donors by 30%.
California man who pummeled, shot at female deputy found not guilty despite video of attack
A California man seen on video taking a deputies gun and shooting at her has been acquitted of attempted murder. The victim says it sets a dangerous precedent.
UN investigators accuse Israel of 'delegitimizing' Palestinian human rights group with terrorism accusations
United Nations investigators accused Israel of "delegitimizing and silencing civil society" by labeling the members of a Palestinian human rights group as "terrorists."
Romania's foreign ministry informs Russia that it is reducing the number of available embassy positions by 51
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania informed Russia it must reduce the number of positions at its Bucharest embassy by 51 people.
A Georgia doctor says he flew to Maine to propose. A woman says he groped her on board.
Jake Namjik Cho, a 48-year-old nephrologist from Georgia, is charged in Portland, Maine with abusive sexual contact in federal court.
HIV/AIDS treatment centers seeing decrease in patients after anti-gay legislation went into effect in Uganda
Treatment centers for HIV/AIDS in Uganda have seen a decrease in patients after anti-gay laws went into effect in the country. The new laws have placed the community on lockdown.
Bullied 10-year-old apparently takes own life as family blasts school officials who 'didn't have time': report
A 10-year-old New York student took his own life after "relentlessly being bullied" in a suburban school, while administrators did nothing, his father alleged.
Robot dog uses AI to print art critiques
A robotic terrier with fluffy hair named AICCA analyses artworks thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI), and prints the critique under its tail.
Ukraine launches highly anticipated counteroffensive against Russia with Western arms
Ukrainian forces have launched their long-awaited counteroffensive against Russia's occupying troops, targeting cities in the country's southeast.
Dodge just brought back the stick shift Challenger Hellcat muscle car for the last time
After putting it on hiatus for 2022, Dodge will now offer the Challenger SRT Hellcat muscle car with a manual transmission for the rest of this year.
‘Malibu Sniper’ sentenced to life for 2018 killing of dad on camping trip
A man dubbed the "Malibu Sniper," who was convicted last month in the fatal shooting of a father who was camping with his daughters at a Los Angeles area park was sentenced to 119 years in prison Wednesday.
'We no longer know what reality is.' How tech companies are working to help detect AI-generated images
For a brief moment last month, an image purporting to show an explosion near the Pentagon spread on social media, causing panic and a market sell-off. The image, which bore all the hallmarks of being generated by AI, was later debunked by authorities.
DC Young Fly pays tribute to late partner Jacky Oh: 'Your soul was beautiful'
"Your soul was beautiful," DC Young Fly wrote in a tribute, along with photos of Jacky Oh and their three children.
New Haven police commission terminates 2 officers charged in the transport incident that left Randy Cox paralyzed
Two of the five New Haven, Connecticut, police officers involved in the June 2022 arrest of Randy Cox, who was left paralyzed from the chest down in a police van, have been fired, officials said.
Lionel Messi's signing sparks sharp rise in Inter Miami ticket prices
"Messi mania" has reached the United States, if ticket prices are any indication. On Wednesday, soccer superstar Lionel Messi said he's going to join the Major League Soccer club Inter Miami, a blockbuster announcement that shocked the sporting world.
Nationals game against Diamondbacks postponed due to poor air quality
MLB's Thursday game between the Washington Nationals and the Arizona Diamondbacks was postponed due to poor air quality in the Washington, D.C., area.
Jana Kramer pregnant, expecting baby with fiancé Allan Russell: ‘Beyond blessed’
The "Whine Down" podcast host announced her pregnancy news weeks after couple's engagement.
Meet Catherine ‘Capa’ Aikman, Troy Aikman’s second wife
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Intense East Coast smog 'a critical issue,' says US lawmaker
Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) says the wildfires blanketing part of America in toxic smoke are "a reminder that climate change has dramatic consequences."
Baltimore's police commissioner steps down after 4 years in the position
Michael Harrison is stepping down as the Baltimore police commissioner after four years in the role. Harrison announced he does not have another job opportunity lined up.
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Four key lessons taken from exemplary public schools.
Horses restaurant owners agree to resolve divorce drama
The Sunset Boulevard restaurant caught the food world's attention when Elizabeth Johnson made allegations about husband and co-owner Will Aghajanian.
WATCH: Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts after 3-month pause
Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, began erupting Wednesday after a three-month pause on Hawaii's Big Island.
Jana Kramer is pregnant following surprise engagement after splitting from cheating ex-husband
Country singer Jana Kramer announced she is having a baby with her fiancé, former U.K. soccer player Allan Russell, after the two were recently engaged.
Barcelona says Lionel Messi went to MLS 'to compete in a league with fewer demands'
The seven-time FIFA Ballon d'Or winner's former club said Lionel Messi went to MLS "to compete in a league with fewer demands."
Trump knew 'proper declassification process': Former White House official
Speaking to CNN's Zachary Cohen and Paula Reid on condition of anonymity, a former Trump White House official said he told federal prosecutors that the former president knew the proper process for declassifying documents and followed it correctly while in office.
First 'virgin birth' found in American crocodile as reptile spends 16 years in isolation
The first-ever recorded documentation of a crocodile's "virgin birth" has been released in a recent study after an isolated crocodile in Costa Rica laid 14 eggs.
USAID suspends all food assistance to Ethiopia after uncovering scheme diverting aid
The US government's humanitarian agency has suspended food aid to Ethiopia after determining "that a widespread and coordinated campaign is diverting food assistance from the people of Ethiopia" -- a nation where more than 20 million people require food support.
Belmont cancela carreras; Nacionales posponen juego por mala calidad del aire
Las carreras en Belmont Park son canceladas y el partido de los Nacionales de Washington en contra de los Diamondbacks de Arizona es pospuesto el jueves debido a la mala calidad del aire por los incendios forestales en Canadá
How to spy on your exes’ Instagram Stories without them knowing: ‘Addicted’
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What is affirmative action? More Americans dislike practice as Supreme Court decisions loom
As the Supreme Court prepares to rule in a pair of cases involving affirmative action on college campuses, a look at how the practice came to be.
Shop LEGO’s New Batcave Shadow Box On Sale Now
LEGO's first-ever shadow box is a detailed recreation of the iconic Batcave.
College student gets A in class after allegedly receiving zero on proposal for using term ‘biological women’
A college student who allegedly received a zero on a project proposal for using the term "biological women" got an A in the class after the proposal was re-graded.
UK fashion journalist Sarajane Hoare is listing a $1.25M UES pad
The writer bought the co-op at 59 E. 75th St. between Park and Madison avenues for $1 million in 2007, according to property records.
Ukraine launches long-awaited counteroffensive: officials
The counteroffensive claims come just days after the destruction of a huge dam in Ukraine.
Vikings dejarán libre a Dalvin Cook por motivo del tope salarial
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North Carolina Senate advances bill banning economically targeted investments
The North Carolina Senate has advanced legislation banning state agencies and pension plans from screening potential investments based on environmental and social standards.
Air quality index basics: How it works, what each color code means and how to stay safe
As smoke from Canadian wildfires has made its way into the U.S., it is important to understand how the air quality index. Here's what each color code means.
Trump Case Isn’t About ‘Documents,’ It’s About National Security
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyWith the hammer of the U.S. justice system seemingly poised to come down at any moment on our already disgraced, twice impeached, former President Donald Trump, it is vital we frame the case or cases filed against the president the right way.Failure to do so misrepresents the crimes that he is alleged to have committed and understates the threat Trump continues to represent.This means that my brothers and sisters in the media and the D.C. commentariat need to stop referring to the former president’s theft of classified documents vital to our national security as merely “the documents case.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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You won't need $24K to see the "24K Magic" singer live.
Supreme Court's Surprise Ruling Divides Conservative Justices
Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh sided with the court's liberal members in the voting rights case.
Supreme Court unanimously sides with Jack Daniels, agrees poop-themed dog toy violates trademarks
The toy is “taking advantage of Jack Daniel’s hard-earned goodwill.”
The Aces talk family, new album, being 'beacon of light' for LGBTQ fans
The four-woman band from Provo, Utah, talked about growing up and coming out together and hanging pride flags next to Trump signs in their hometown.
Sister of missing Madeline Kingsbury calls ex Adam Fravel’s arrest a ‘silver lining’
The sister of Madeline Kingsbury, a Minnesota mother who has been missing for over two months, said the arrest of her sister's ex and the father of her children was a "silver lining" for her grief-stricken family.
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Amber May, a 23-year-old OnlyFans model from England, has size 36NN breasts that make it hard for her to drive her car.
Minnesota Vikings to release star running back Dalvin Cook, per reports
The Minnesota Vikings plan to release their star running back Dalvin Cook on Friday, according to multiple reports.
The Real Risk of Wildfire Smoke to Kids
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