Month: September 2017

Korea Republic, Saudi Arabia qualify, Syria make history

  Saudi Arabia booked World Cup return Korea Republic also claim automatic spot Australia, Syria are pitted together in next stage Korea Republic and Saudi Arabia claimed the remaining two slots ...

Skin Deep: How Arielle Noa Charnas Preps for the Front Row, and Around the Clock

A couple times a week, I use the First Aid Beauty oatmeal mask. I like to do it a couple of weeks after lying out in the sun because it gets all the dead skin off. And the SK-II sheet mask is so good....

Duckett 193 banishes the blues, along with Sussex attack

Play 01:37 County Championship Round-up: Duckett dominates Sussex Northamptonshire 329 for 5 (Duckett 193) v Sussex The sentiment across Wantage Road was...

Royals recall Soler, Torres from Omaha

The Royals continued their roster expansion Tuesday, recalling outfielder Jorge Soler and infielder Ramon Torres from Triple-A Omaha. Both players will be in uniform for tonight’s game at Detroit. For...

Korea Republic headed to ninth consecutive World Cup

  Korea Republic secured qualification to next year’s FIFA World Cup on Tuesday A goalless draw in Uzbekistan ensured the Taeguk Warriors their spot at Russia 2018 Korea Republic join Iran and Ja...

Tech Tip: Luggage Tags That Help You Find Your Suitcase

  Photo Once your checked bag has one of Delta’s luggage tags attached, you can track it with the Fly Delta app for Android and iOS. Credit The New York Times Q. I saw in the Delta app that I can...

Somerset hope that spinners will be decisive

Somerset 203 for 4 v Warwickshire Eddie Byrom hung in for Somerset © Getty Images To find Warwickshire battling for Division One survival in the first week of Septem...

The Sweet Spot: Haunted by a Father’s Affairs

Photo This column is an edited excerpt from the “Dear Sugars” podcast, an advice program hosted by Steve Almond and Cheryl Strayed. The audio contains an extended conversation and more letters; submis...

Arizona State looking to clean things up after opening win

TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona State did what it was supposed in its opener, knocking off a team from a smaller conference at home. It was far from perfect. The Sun Devils beat New Mexico State 37-31, but had...