Medina and Ferreira Post Big Surfing Scores as Storm Rolls In

ICHINOMIYA, Japan — The fickle waves at the inaugural Olympic surf competition came roaring to shore on Tuesday, pushed by Tropical Storm Nepartak, leading contest organizers to try to jam the quarterfinals, semifinals and medal matches into one busy day. The decision

Josh Donaldson Scores Baseball's Two Millionth Run

In its 146th official season, Major League Baseball reached the two million-run plateau on Saturday when Josh Donaldson of the Minnesota Twins trotted home for the milestone. Going into Saturday’s games, there were just 13 runs left to hit two million, and

University of California Will No Longer Consider SAT and ACT Scores

But last year, students sued the university, with lawyers arguing in court that even voluntary submission of scores would be harmful, particularly for students with disabilities who were largely unable to take the tests with necessary accommodations during the coronavirus pandemic —

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