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  • Women's World Cup: How they match up in Saturday quarterfinals

    Women's World Cup: How they match up in Saturday quarterfinals
    Women's World Cup quarterfinal games on Saturday: JAPAN VS. AUSTRALIA Where: Edmonton. Time: 1 p.m. PDT. TV: FS1, Telemundo. The buzz: Japan, the defending World Cup champion, has been all but flawless defensively with its three-keeper rotation...
  • French authorities: Air Products terror suspect took selfie with beheaded victim

    French authorities: Air Products terror suspect took selfie with beheaded victim
    FONTAINES-SUR-SAONE, France (AP) — The top suspect in the beheading of a businessman that French authorities are calling a terrorist attack took a "selfie" photo with the slain victim and sent the image via WhatsApp to a Canadian mobile phone...
  • Jeff Jacobs: DeLaet Returns To Familiar Spot, Looking For His First Victory

    Jeff Jacobs: DeLaet Returns To Familiar Spot, Looking For His First Victory
    CROMWELL — Graham DeLaet has been here before. He has been in the final pairing of the Travelers Championship. He has been tied with Bubba Watson going into the last 18 holes. It was 2013 when DeLaet stepped to the first tee on that Sunday when...
  • Protesters hold demonstration in Annapolis

    Protesters hold demonstration in Annapolis
    A group of more than 60 protesters gathered outside of the Maryland Appeals Court building on Saturday afternoon to protest what they feel is punitive judgment from Canadian courts.   The protesters said they were from an organization called the World...
  • French terror suspect took selfie with beheaded victim

    The top suspect in the beheading of a businessman that French authorities are calling a terrorist attack took a "selfie" photo with the slain victim and sent the image via WhatsApp to a Canadian mobile phone number, officials said Saturday. French...
  • Suspect in Air Products attack allegedly took 'selfie' with severed head

    Suspect in Air Products attack allegedly took 'selfie' with severed head
    A detained truck driver with a history of radical Islamic ties is refusing to speak to police investigators about an explosion at an Air Products plant in southeastern France and the beheading of his supervisor, a French official said Saturday....
  • The artificial turf at the World Cup is still raising issues

    The fields are heating up, there are little black rubber pellets everywhere, and feet are covered with blisters. The artificial turf at the Women's World Cup is taking a toll. Australian forward Michelle Heyman told reporters that when the temperature...
  • Dispatches from Canada, home of the McLobster

    Dispatches from Canada, home of the McLobster
    This past weekend I spent 48 hours in Canada. At 1 a.m. on a Saturday, in my hotel several kilometers from Niagara Falls, I found myself hungry. Typical. The hotel restaurant was closed, even room service, and the concierge woefully suggested the...
  • Sunday's games at Women's World Cup

    BRAZIL VS. AUSTRALIA Where: Moncton. Time: 10 a.m. PDT. TV: FS1, Telemundo. The buzz: Brazil is the only team in the tournament that is unbeaten, untied and unscored upon. But the Brazilians have only four goals themselves despite boasting the World...
  • Bono on Live Nation partnership: 'I'm a pragmatist'

    Bono on Live Nation partnership: 'I'm a pragmatist'
    Bono confides that he isn't feeling particularly spry as he settles down at a table in a small French restaurant in the countryside outside Montreal, where U2 has just completed a four-night, sold-out run of arena concerts. He's only had a few hours...
  • Why Mexico is winning the auto jobs war

    DETROIT Mexico is the auto industry darling, Canada is struggling to retain a manufacturing footprint, and the U.S. is a house divided with most of the new automotive investment and jobs headed south of the Mason-Dixon line. The three countries are a...