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A truck carrying fireworks struck a moose on the Trans Canada Highway near Wawa, Ontario on Friday morning. The collision caused the vehicle's fuel tank to rupture and catch fire, and you know what happened next. Watch the video above for the impressive display (though the moose probably didn't enjoy it
The White House won't get any hang time with the NFL's most outspoken punter. Former Vikings and current Raiders punter Chris Kluwe, an outspoken advocate of equal rights, was invited to a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Pride Reception at the White House on June 13
The NBA named Miami Heat forward LeBron James its Most Valuable Player for the 2013 season on Sunday. It was the fourth time in five years James, 28, has won the award. A day before the Heat were to begin the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Chicago Bulls, James joined Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan, Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain, as the only players in league history to win the award at least four times
When Tampa Bay Rays reporter Kelly Nash stopped by Fenway Park on Saturday to do some advance work, she thought it would be cool to take a self shot picture from on top of the Green Monster, the ballpark's iconic outfield wall
NFL draft prospect Tharold Simon of LSU was already famous in his hometown of Eunice, La.; now he's also infamous. Simon, 22, was arrested in his hometown on Thursday night, one day before Eunice officials were to proclaim “Tharold Simon Day” in the city. Simon was arrested and charged with obstruction of public passage(s), unnecessary noise, resisting an officer and public intimidation after police pulle
The city of Boston suffered through a terrible ordeal this week after the Boston Marathon bombings and their subsequent suspect manhunt created surreal scenes on both Monday and Friday. Bostonians were intermittently given orders to clear the streets and stay at home so that police and first responders could do their jobs
A day after the city of Boston was locked down under a 'shelter-in-place' order while a massive manhunt captured the last suspect at large in last Monday's Boston Marathon bombings, the Boston Red Sox held extended pregame ceremonies at Fenway Park on Saturday to honor the memory of the victims of the attacks and celebrate the Boston police, emergency responders and marathon volunteers
Baseball's most storied rivalry was put on hold for a moment on Tuesday. In a show of class and support, the New York Yankees joined other big league teams in playing Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' after the third inning of their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night. The song is traditionally played as a sing-a-long at Boston's Fenway Park
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