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  • U.S. will shorten trip to next round by winning World Cup group

    U.S. will shorten trip to next round by winning World Cup group
    The task is rather simple for the United States if it wants to win its group at the women's World Cup and prevent a lengthy trip across Canada to New Brunswick for the second round. Just win, baby. Any other result in the team's group-stage final with...
  • The who, what, when, where, why about the Stanley Cup

     The who, what, when, where, why about the Stanley Cup
    The Chicago Blackhawks just won their third Stanley Cup title in six years, having also prevailed in 2010 and 2013. Lord Stanley's namesake arrived at the United Center, gingerly ushered in by its handlers in their white gloves, sometime during Game 6...
  • What NAFTA can teach us about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal

    What NAFTA can teach us about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal
    The Obama administration this week will continue to wrestle with reluctant congressional Democrats seeking a compromise to advance the president's hoped-for legacy of expanding trading relations with Asia. Although a variety of political concerns color...
  • Firm planning long buried power line agrees to lake funding

    A company that wants to bury a power line from the Canadian border down Lake Champlain and then across the state to feed the New England power grid said it has reached an agreement with an environmental group to help fund lake protection projects. TDI-...
  • Colombia win catches Women's World Cup field's attention

    Colombia's victory over France proves no team can be underestimated at the Women's World Cup. Top-ranked Germany is certainly aware of it as the team prepares to face Thailand in its group-stage finale Monday. "If we let them, they will play around us,...
  • Bono in Ottawa to meet with Canada's prime minister on aid

    U2 frontman Bono has arrived in Ottawa for meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, as well as opposition leaders. Fresh off a show in Montreal, Bono has arrived to discuss foreign aid with politicians as well as several non-governmental...
  • Solo poses dilemma for US Soccer

    Solo poses dilemma for US Soccer
    WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Once one of the prominent faces of the U.S. women's team, promoted alongside stars like Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach, Hope Solo is now largely relegated to the background while she faces continued scrutiny over a domestic...
  • Noah Smith: Canada might have the goods to become a superpower

    I just finished reading Adam Tooze's "The Deluge," a history of how U.S. economic power changed the course of history during the world wars. It's almost impossible for people today to realize what a big shift this was to much of the world's population,...
  • AP Interview: Canadian talks about her Somali kidnapper

    A Canadian freelance journalist who was held by kidnappers for 15 months in Somalia seven years ago said Sunday that the Somali man arrested by Canadian police last week terrorized her mother by barraging her with threatening telephone calls with ransom...
  • Ireland voters give resounding 62.1 percent 'yes' to gay marriage

    The gay couples of Ireland woke up Sunday in what felt like a nation reborn — some with dreams of wedding plans dancing in their heads. Many weren't rising too early, however, after celebrating the history-making outcome of Ireland's referendum...
  • Players try not to sweat it over hot artificial turf at World Cup

    Players try not to sweat it over hot artificial turf at World Cup
    The artificial turf that FIFA mandated for the women's World Cup was a hot topic in the year leading up to the tournament. And the turf has gotten even hotter now that the games have started. A TV reporter said the temperature on the field for Sunday'...