Petwicks.com - The Latest World News and Information
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


Rolling Stone

How K-Pop Conquered the World
Rolling Stone
On a humid summer afternoon in New Jersey, several thousand people are screaming their hearts out in a language they don't speak. American devotees of Korean pop music have taken over Newark's Prudential Center for the weekend; in the parking lot, ...



Polygon

Battle for Azeroth builds the best 'World' of Warcraft yet
Polygon
World of Warcraft is continuing on the momentum the game built in the pre-expansion event of the Battle for Lordaeron, and roaring into Battle for Azeroth with its best storytelling ever. Blizzard is firing on all cylinders with the initial campaigns ...

and more »


CBSSports.com

Little League World Series: Players scoop up infield dirt to take home following heartbreaking elimination
CBSSports.com
The Little League World Series is a friendly reminder that winning is not, in fact, everything. It's about the kids and their experiences and sportsmanship, which has led to some terrific traditions being born along the way. One of those is players ...



CBSSports.com

Little League World Series kids turn muddy hill into slip-and-slide during rain delay
CBSSports.com
Baseball came to a temporary halt in Williamsport on Tuesday morning thanks to a rain delay in the early game of the day's Little League World Series action, but that doesn't mean fans stopped having fun. In fact, the kids, in particular, may have ...
The Joy of Being a Little League World Series Superfan - The RingerThe Ringer (blog)

all 50 news articles »


Quartz

Paul Allen built the world's biggest plane. Does anyone need it?
Quartz
Stratolaunch is a very big airplane, but it has never flown. With a 385-foot wing span and two fuselages, the plane dwarves even the US Air Force's massive C-5. It's expected to take flight this fall, three years later than Stratolaunch's main backer ...
How the world's biggest plane will help launch humans into spaceTelegraph.co.uk
Stratolaunch Unveils New Rockets, Space Plane to Launch from World's Largest AirplaneSpace.com
Finally, the biggest airplane in the world has some rockets to launchArs Technica
Digital Trends -MIT Technology Review -Daily Mail
all 79 news articles »


PBS NewsHour

A poet grows up in the post-Columbine world
PBS NewsHour
In contrast to the many news reports, psychological profiles and op-eds written in the wake of the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School, poet Kelly Forsythe imagined a different kind of narrative in the wake of the tragedy — a “coming-of-age” story ...



Bloomberg

World's Biggest Wealth Fund Struggles Under Weight of Trade War
Bloomberg
Norway's $1 trillion wealth fund managed to make $20 billion last quarter thanks to the oil and gas stocks that it ultimately wants to exit. But its longer term prospects suffered a blow as a deepening global trade war threatens the fund's return model.
The world's largest sovereign wealth fund just missed its own targetCNBC

all 22 news articles »


Deadline

Peter Jackson's Newly-Titled WWI Doc Confirms London Film Fest World Premiere
Deadline
A new World War I documentary by Oscar winning Lord Of The Rings filmmaker Peter Jackson has been given a title and confirmed to unspool in its world premiere at the BFI London Film Festival. They Shall Not Grow Old will screen as a Special ...
First World War brought to life in 3D colour by Lord of the Rings directorTelegraph.co.uk
Peter Jackson's WWI Doc Gets Title, London Film Festival Confirms ...Hollywood Reporter
Hobbit director Jackson turns First World War film into colour and 3DSky News

all 69 news articles »


Live Science

This Ant Attempted the World's Tiniest Diamond Heist
Live Science
The perpetrator of what is probably the world's tiniest diamond heist was an ant, and its daring caper took place in plain sight. Not only was the theft detected within moments; the ant's antics were captured in a video that quickly went viral after it ...



WIRED

Behind the Scenes at the World's Most Fascinating Workshops
WIRED
Thus began three years of travel that took them around the world: a marble production company in Carrara, Italy; a ballet rehearsal in Amsterdam; an 11th-century tannery in Morocco; a glass factory Anxi, China. At each location, they mounted a camera ...


Google News