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LONDON (AP) - Andy Murray will miss Britain's Davis Cup quarterfinal series against France next month because of an elbow injury. Murray sustained the injury in practice and also recently withdrew from the Miami Open. Britain captain Leon Davis says "not having Andy in the side is obviously a big ...
The Washington Times - Soccer
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MANCHESTER, England (AP) - With his brief and humiliating experience as coach of England's national team behind him, Sam Allardyce is back on familiar ground in the Premier League and doing what he does best: Turning around the fortunes of a struggling team. "Big Sam," as he is known in ...
The Washington Times - Soccer
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The Washington Times - Soccer
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MADRID (AP) - Lionel Messi is reeling after getting a four-match suspension from international play. Luis Suarez is lamenting a pair of losses with Uruguay. And Neymar is full of confidence after helping Brazil become the first team to qualify for the World Cup. With the Spanish league returning this ...
The Washington Times - Soccer
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BERLIN (AP) - Schalke fans have become used to not getting their hopes up. For four glorious minutes in May 2001, it seemed as if their side was going to win its first Bundesliga title. Schalke had already won its game 5-3 and was waiting for Bayern Munich to lose ...
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PARIS (AP) - For Hatem Ben Arfa, signing with Paris Saint-Germain was supposed to be the end of a long and tortuous road back to the limelight. But less than a year after landing at France's biggest club, Ben Arfa has the blues. Frustrated by his lack of playing time, ...
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MUNICH (AP) — Bayern Munich will have to do without goalkeeper Manuel Neuer for two games because of a foot injury.
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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) - When tragedy struck Sergej Vucetic's family, his other family - his Evansville family - rushed to his aid. "It took us seven seconds to decide, and that was if we are going to go now or seven seconds from now," Maid Hamzic said. "We drove like ...
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PHOENIX (AP) — Gary Williams had great players and great teams during his tenure at Maryland, even won a national championship.
Mind Shift
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It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. All right, you guys got your brackets out? Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... We're going to jump down to the fourth-seeded spider monkey against the 12th-seeded antelope squirrel, Harris says. Spider monkey better win! one student shouts from the back of the class. This is March Mammal Madness: Round 2. It's a competition that has been playing out online and in hundreds of classrooms over the past month. Real animals wage fictional battles, while students use science — a lot of it — to try to predict the winner.
Voice Of America
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Republicans did mostly back the Republican bill’s blocking of federal payments to Planned Parenthood. And they were likelier to say their own families and average Americans would have been better off, not worse, under the legislation. Of the proposed Republican changes examined by the poll, only one received a positive reception. That was its elimination of the tax penalty on people who dont buy coverage, though by a modest 48 percent to 35 percent margin. Strong majorities backed two Obama requirements the GOP would have left in place: Insurers can’t deny policies to sick people and must cover children up to age 26 under their parentsplans. The AP-NORC poll of 1,110 adults was conducted March 23-27 using a sample drawn from NORC’s probability-based AmeriSpeak panel, which is designed to be representative of the U.S. population. The margin of sampling error for all respondents is plus or minus 4.0 percentage points. Interviews were conducted online and using landlines and cellphones.
The Washington Times - Basketball
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DALLAS (AP) - Officials are always looking for ways to improve their accuracy on calls. Now many of them have the opportunity to review plays at halftime thanks to technology developed by DVSport. "Officials are always working hard to get it right," said Deb Williamson, who is the officials' coordinator ...