Avalanche buries hotel in central Italy, official says; reports of fatalitiesMILAN (AP) ? Avalanche buries hotel in central Italy, official says; reports of fatalities.
Bonds, Clemens making slow gains with changing electorate
Hall of Fame voters are still sharply divided on Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. The electorate is changing, however, and that could be good news for both. Bonds and Clemens inched past the 50-percent mark ...
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Great 3-point night doesn't mean a win for No. 15 Notre Dame
Roethlisberger hoping to play up to Brady's "gold standard"
Ben Roethlisberger intended for the moment to be private. The camera following him to midfield and the microphone tucked inside Tom Brady's shoulder pads ended up making that impossible. Their brief exchange ...
U.S. envoy warns against being too trusting of Sudan's armed opposition
By Lesley Wroughton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. envoy to Sudan and South Sudan urged the international community on Wednesday to be clear-eyed in dealing with armed Sudanese opposition groups which put political ambitions above the interests of their own people. Donald Booth, speaking a day before he leaves office at the end of the Obama administration, said he recently talked with Sudan's armed rebel group, the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) about a U.S. proposal to deliver food and medicine to conflict areas it controls but the group rejected the offer.
Russian business world hopes for relief from Trump
Few people are more eager for Donald Trump's arrival in the White House than those who do business in Russia. Hacking scandals? They expect that to blow over. Conflict in Ukraine? An artificial problem ...
Even in Alaska, temps as low as -59 are hard to handleANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) ? Cynthia Erickson woke up early, hoping her four furnaces were working.
Kings' Gay suffers suspected torn Achilles
The Sacramento Kings' 106-100 home loss to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday was made even more painful when Kings forward Rudy Gay exited with a suspected torn Achilles tendon. Gay was injured late in the third quarter, and the team said a preliminary report indicated the torn tendon. Gay was hurt as he tried to drive the baseline and went down with 14.3 seconds remaining in the third quarter and the Kings leading 79-69.