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World NowGranting asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves Ecuador in a testy standoff with Britain over the fate of the provocative activist, still holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. Britain said it was disappointed and would not allow Assange...
South Dakota track and field athlete Emily Grove finished sixth in the pole vault at the IAAF World Junior Championships Saturday in Barcelona, Spain. Grove cleared 13-feet, 7 inches to record the sixth-place finish against athletes from across the...
Tags: Track and Field
According to James Cagney's portrayal of George M. Cohan, the premier entertainer in all of American history, it took only 45 minutes by train to get from New York City's Broadway to New Rochelle, N.Y., in posh Westchester County. Shortly after the movie...
Premature birth appears to be related to hospitalizations for a range of psychiatric illnesses as the child becomes an adult, including depression and bipolar disorder, a recent study found. The study, which was published in the June issue of Archives of...
Collectors prize furniture that is created by a famous maker, but antique furniture is often not identified with a label. Experts can "attribute" a piece to a maker by comparing it to other known furniture that has a label or a history of ownership....
Tags: Dale Evans, New York City, Metal, Roy Rogers, Auction Service
Old people have a reputation for producing a distinct stink that follows them around like, well, a bad odor. Now, chemosensory experts have found that people can indeed pick out the aged aroma — and it's actually more pleasant and less intense...
We love the sweet-tart combination of strawberry and rhubarb warmed in a perfectly browned crust. But this summer, rhubarb spirits are the thing, as two newly released elixirs based in the fruity root vegetable land in liquor stores. They shared the...
Tags: Rhubarb, Recipes, Benjamin Franklin
LONDON — You rarely ever see it, but you did on Saturday, the first full day of competition at the Olympics. But there atop the swimming medal stand, was no Michael Phelps. In the first shocking result of the Games, Phelps finished fourth in the 400...
Tags: Misty May-Treanor, Colombia, France, Tyler Farrar, Croatia
World NowTo press her son's case for political asylum, the mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange met with Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa on Wednesday....
LONDON -- Matt Emmons has a history at the Olympics and that’s not necessarily a good thing. In 2004 in Athens he was leading the three-position competition with one shot left when he shot at the wrong target. No medal. In 2008 in Beijing, he...
Tags: France, Beijing (China), South Korea, Croatia, Saudi Arabia
World NowBelarus is pushing Sweden to shutter its embassy in Minsk by the end of the month, the latest in a string of diplomatic salvos between the two countries....
LONDON -- It's not quite the fraction of a second that separates medalists from also-rans in other sports, but in modern pentathlon, where the scores accumulated are in the mid-four figures, U.S. competitor Margaux Isaksen missed out on a bronze by a mere...
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