Trump set out to uproot Obama’s legacy; so far, that’s failed
U.S. President Barack Obama meets with President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016 in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C. in their first public step toward a transition of power. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS)
David Whitley: Phelps vs. Great White no fishier than Mayweather vs. McGregor
Michael Phelps earns his 22nd career Olympic gold medal, with a victory in the 200-meter Individual Medley, during the Summer Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016. (Mark Reis/Colorado Springs Gazette/TNS)
Google-like glasses, a flop with consumers, now help blind experience the world
Although Google Glass never became a hit with consumers, it has found a purpose in adaptive technology for the blind. When connected to an agent in a different part of the country who can "see" for him through the glasses, Paul Mimms of Kansas City, North, can better navigate the world. Agents look through the camera of the Google Glass for the blind person. The glasses work using a service called Aira ("Ira") and its app (seen on the phone). (Jill Toyoshiba/Kansas City Star/TNS)
Bullies tried to break her. Instead, they helped Jessica McDaniels get a new smile.
Jessica McDaniels braids Aireka Taylor's hair in St. Louis on May 26, 2017. McDaniels was the victim of cyberbullying when a photo of her was posted and shared tens of thousands of times on Facebook. Thousands of commenters posted insulting remarks about her appearance and teeth. A friend created a GoFundMe account to help McDaniels after seeing the post. An oral surgeon offered to perform the necessary treatments for free after seeing an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch detailing McDaniels' story. (Cristina M. Fletes/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS)
Conflict among Syrian forces may draw US into proxy fight
Abu Imad, left, a commander in the Free Syrian Army allied with U.S. backed forces fighting Islamic State, consults fighters at their base in an abandoned house in east Raqqah before heading to the front line earlier this month. (Molly Hennessy-Fiske/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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