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Feb 28 2023
Amputee wins Puskas award for best goal of 2022
Puskas nominee Marcin Oleksy talks about his nomination for FIFA's Puskas award, alongside the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Richarlison. (1:44) Amputee footballer Marcin Oleksy saw off competition from Tottenham Hotspur's Richarlison and Marseille's Dimitri Payet to win the FIFA Puskas Award for best goal on Monday. Oleksy, 36, scored a stunning overhead kick for Warta Poznan in November againstESPN.com
Apr 01 2023
Why Putin Is Watching Bulgaria's Election Closely
Bulgarian voters will go to the polls on Sunday for the fifth time in two years, hoping for an as-yet elusive result from the ongoing contest between Boyko Borissov of the center-right GERB party and Kiril Petkov, who leads the We Continue the Change and Democratic Bulgaria anti-corruption coalition (PP-DB). Both are former prime ministers.
Bulgaria, a NATO nation since 2004 and aNewsweek
Mar 13 2023
Meet the 2022-23 Star Tribune All-Metro teams for girls basketball
A lefthander, Agara is versatile and outstanding on both ends of the floor. "She has a scoring mentality, loves to rebound and is a very physical player. We love her energy, aggressiveness and versatility," Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer said. Agara is ranked No. 32 in the nation in the Class of 2023 by HoopGurlz. Greenway is generating plenty of recruiting interest with her averages of 31.2Star Tribune
Mar 19 2023
Detroit Lions sign Eagles S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, NFL co-interception leader in 2022
The Detroit Lions are loading up their defense to make a run at an NFC North title in 2023. The Lions signed one of the best free agents left on the market Sunday, agreeing to a one-year, $8 million deal with Philadelphia Eagles safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Gardner-Johnson's agent told NFL Network. Gardner-Johnson tied for the NFL lead with six interceptions last season and adds anotherDetroit Free Press
Mar 16 2023
2022-23 All-Area girls basketball Player of the Year: Coppell’s Julianna LaMendola
If Julianna “Jules” LaMendola had found success in volleyball at an early age, she might have never tried basketball. As it was, in sixth grade LaMendola found a sport that would allow her to become the best player in Texas and one of the top recruits in the nation. “I have a twin [sister]. Her name is Skye. She was really good at volleyball, so we both tried out for volleyball,” LaMendolaThe Dallas Morning News
Mar 08 2023
Minnesota’s product exports reach record high $27 billion in 2022
For a second consecutive year, Minnesota's product exports increased, and this time to a new record high. According to an announcement by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), Minnesota exports of agricultural, mining and manufactured products reached $27 billion in 2022, a 16% increase over 2021. "These trends show that our manufacturers are well-positionedFox9
Dec 15 2022
The Whoppers of 2022
The midterm elections are finally over, but it won’t be long before the 2024 campaign cycle — which will really start in 2023 — gets going. Before that happens, we’ve put together this list of the year’s biggest whoppers that politicians and others made over the past 12 months.
Political appeals to fear were as popular as ever in 2022. Republicans sounded a false alarm about DemocratsFactCheck.org
Dec 30 2022
2022, in 7 minutes
In 2022, the world population crossed 8 billion people — and we felt the scale of this monumental milestone in hundreds of ways. After over two years of lockdowns and quarantines, people eagerly restarted their lives, but there were certainly growing pains. Weddings and travel skyrocketed, but so did lost luggage and global inflation rates. Taylor Swift broke Ticketmaster. Cryptocurrency wasVox
Feb 23 2023
Report: Rural Homelessness Increased from 2020 To 2022
The number of people overall experiencing homelessness in the U.S. rose by less than 1% from 2020 to 2022, but those in rural Continuums of Care, local planning bodies responsible for coordinating the full range of homelessness services in a geographic area, which may cover a city, county, metropolitan area, or an entire state, saw an increase of nearly 6%, according to the U.S. Department ofThe Daily Yonder
Nov 04 2022
AllSides Interactive: Who Will Control the House and Senate After the 2022 Elections?
Last updated 11/8/22
Pennsylvania. Georgia. Wisconsin. Several key states are expected to determine which political party will own control of Congress this year.
AllSides is helping you track the odds of those and the rest of the U.S. House and Senate races in the 2022 midterm elections.
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