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  • Ray Rice Cheered In Return To Baltimore, 'Ray! Ray! Ray!'

    Ray Rice was welcomed warmly by Baltimore Ravens fans almost 5 years after his infamous domestic violence incident ... with the crowd breaking out a "Ray! Ray! Ray!" chant. It all went down Sunday ... when Ray was making his first appearance at a…

  • From gamma rays to X-rays: New method pinpoints previously unnoticed pulsar emission

    Based on a new theoretical model, a team of scientists explored the rich data archive of ESA's XMM-Newton and NASA's Chandra space observatories to find pulsating X-ray emission from three sources. The discovery, relying on previous gamma-ray observations of the pulsars, provides a novel tool to investigate the mysterious mechanisms of pulsar emission, which will be important to understand these fascinating objects and use them for space navigation in the future.

  • How the devil ray got its horns

    If you ever find yourself staring down a manta ray, you'll probably notice two things right away: the massive, flapping fins that produce the shark cousin's 20-foot wingspan and the two fleshy growths curling out of its head that give it the nickname "devil ray." A new San Francisco State University study shows that these two very different features have the same origin—a discovery that reflects an important lesson for understanding the diversity of life.

  • InSight is catching rays on Mars

    NASA's InSight has sent signals to Earth indicating that its solar panels are open and collecting sunlight on the Martian surface. NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter relayed the signals, which were received on Earth at about 5:30 p.m. PST (8:30 p.m. EST). Solar array deployment ensures the spacecraft can recharge its batteries each day. Odyssey also relayed a pair of images showing InSight's landing site.

  • Rays strike out with new stadium plans

    The owner of the Tampa Bay Rays says plans to build a new ballpark in Tampa's Ybor City neighborhood are dead, meaning the team will likely remain at Tropicana Field through 2027.

  • Daily Dose: Banana Rays, "Vega"

    Banana Rays have shared their first official single, "Vega."

  • Ray Donovan Recap: Crooked Numbers

    It wouldn’t be the mid-season for Ray Donovan if the male characters on this show weren’t in serious trouble. Come to think of it, Terry Donovan, who could die the next time he decides to pop into the Underground Fight Club, may be in the least amount of Donovan Drama.

  • Blasting molecules with extreme X-rays

    Reading these words, your eyes let you see each letter and the spaces between them. But if you need reading glasses, the letters may be fuzzy or incomprehensible. Scientists face a similar challenge. Gathering the right data depends on having tools that can provide accurate, comprehensive measurements. After all, scientists want to have the clearest sight possible.

  • Terry Que named PSSBC chairman

    Rain or Shine co-team owner Terry Que has been appointed chairman of the Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) which is staging its seventh edition starting Dec. 15.

  • Ray Donovan Recap: Security Blankets

    The fifth episode of the strong sixth season of Ray Donovan was a melancholy affair in which two men said goodbye to their children, one sending his son off to the Marines and the other giving up his daughter, knowing he may never return. Ray Donovan has always had a ... More

  • How to Talk to People, According to Terry Gross

    The NPR host offers 8 spicy tips for having better conversations.

  • Astronomers detect once-in-a-lifetime gamma rays

    Scientists have discovered something amazing.

  • Tamal Ray’s Christmas chutney recipes

    This trio of chutneys is perfect for a Christmas cheeseboard and make ideal homemade presents Although I love Christmas, with its twinkly lights, warm mince pies and arguments over that last extra-crisp roast potato, the seemingly endless present-buying can leave me feeling drained. This year I’ve decided to save my money (and sanity) by making presents, so this trio of chutneys will be working their way to friends and family. You could use these as condiments for Christmas lunch or, as I’ll be...

    the Guardian
  • Revisiting Battlefield V Ray Tracing Performance

    After a less than encouraging debut of real-time ray tracing in Battlefield V, Nvidia and DICE have been working together to optimize the game's implementation of DXR. The improvements come in the form of new graphics drivers and a game patch, which collectively Nvidia claims can improve performance as much as 50%. We put those claims to the test.

  • Ray Donovan Recap: Angels with Dirty Faces

    A very transitional episode of Ray Donovan this week seems mostly designed to get us into the second half of the sixth season, but it’s elevated by strong performances and resonant callbacks to a pair of mothers, Abby and Teresa. Of course, Abby is still gone, but it’s nice to ... More

  • The best 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray movies

    Your ultimate guide to the most impressive 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray films currently available.

  • Rays' Cash will stick with using an opener in 2019

    LAS VEGAS (AP) - Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash will stick with using an "opener" next season. The Rays deviated from baseball tradition last season, regularly using a relief pitcher to begin games rather than a traditional starting pitcher. Tampa Bay went 46-38 with usual starters and 44-34 when

  • Rays’ Cash will stick with using an opener in 2019

    Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash will stick with using an "opener" next season. The Rays deviated from baseball tradition last season, regularly using a relief pitcher to begin games

  • Sir Terry Morgan steps down as chairman of HS2 and Crossrail

    Sir Terry Morgan has resigned as chairman of HS2 Ltd and Crossrail projects, the Department for Transport said.

    Mail Online
  • Warren Buffett and Ray Dalio agree on what to do when the market tanks

    "Though markets are generally rational, they occasionally do crazy things," says Buffett.

  • Physicists shed X-ray light on melting polymers

    Physicists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) and Lomonosov Moscow State University have combined thermal analysis and X-ray scattering—two techniques for studying crystal structure—in one experimental setup to investigate semicrystalline polymers. Over 100 million tons of such polymers are produced annually to make fabrics, packaging materials, neural prosthetics, and more. An in-depth understanding of the structure and behavior of these materials is necessary for...

  • Ray J Reveals Diabetes Scare and How He's Fighting Off The Disease

    Ray J recently got some startling news -- he was on the brink of developing diabetes -- and needed to make serious life changes, fast ... so he turned to Jas Mathur to get back on track. Ray reveals the scary diagnosis to our very own Raquel Harper…

  • Ben Ray Lujan is commencement speaker at community college

    Congressman Ben Ray Lujan is giving the fall commencement address at Santa Fe Community College. The Democratic representative will be speaking to hundreds of students on Saturday, Dec. 8. The … Click to Continue

  • Why Terry Crews is on a mission to completely eradicate toxic masculinity

    In a brutally honest and open interview with Esquire magazine, actor Terry Crews opened up about toxic masculinity and sexual assault in hopes of raising awareness and changing the status quo not only in Hollywood but the rest of the country. Crews spoke out early in the #MeToo movement when he...

    ABC News