Rafael Nadal Cruises Again at French Open The match, the last in the first round of the women's draw, was postponed Tuesday before storms drenched Roland Garros . The Serb will next take on another Spaniard, Fernando Verdasco , after he dumped out fourth seed Grigor Dimitrov .
Sears is closing 63 more stores The company on Thursday afternoon released a list of 50 Sears stores and 15 Kmart stores it will close this summer. Fifteen Kmarts and 48 Sears stores nationwide are slated to close, including a Sears store in Springfield, Ill.
Roseanne Begged ABC Not to Cancel her Show While acknowledging that Barr will "always be [his] friend", Maher criticized the tweets that prompted ABC to cancel Barr's show. Barr initially said she would quit the social media platform after tweeting an apology to Jarrett .
China stocks take step forward with MSCI nod The daily quota for "northbound" purchases of shares in each channel was quadrupled to 52 billion yuan on May 1. The State Administration of Foreign Exchange has granted .5 billion worth of quotas for QFII investment.
Sean Spicer: 'I Did Not Work for a Cartoon President' The most recent average of Trump's approval ratings compiled by Real Clear Politics place him at about 44%. When they parted for the final time, Merkel had a single tear in her eye. "Maybe we pushed too far", Mr.
BBC announces live Ultra HD, VR trials for World Cup On the virtual reality front, the BBC says its World Cup VR app is created to take into account users' head movements. The experience and data gathered from this trial will help the BBC optimise UHD delivery in the future.
How not to valet park a Porsche 911 The Porsche and Subaru became so welded together that emergency workers had to cut the valet out of the Porsche. If you thought you were having a bad day, think again.