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  • 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...
  • Wambach has US teammates' support for yellow card criticism

    Abby Wambach need not apologize to her teammates, as far United States defender Meghan Klingenberg is concerned. "Abby's one of our leaders. She's one of our captains, and she's going to lead us through anything that we need to get through,"...
  • Glencoe youth to play with Jr. Blackhawks in famous tournament

    A lot of Chicagoland children would love to skate on the same ice as the 2015 Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks. Jack Roberts, a 10-year-old from Glencoe, actually gets to — as a forward on the Chicago Jr. Blackhawks. "They get treated...
  • 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...
  • As globe warms, melting glaciers revealing more than bare earth

    CIUDAD SERDAN, Mexico As a result of warming temperatures, Mexico's tallest volcano, Pico de Orizaba, is performing an all-natural striptease, the ice patches near its summit melting away to bare rock. The same process is taking place in the permafrost...
  • Appeals court says US citizen abroad can challenge gun ban

    A federal appeals court says a U.S. citizen living in Canada should have a trial to challenge a federal law that bans people living outside the country from buying guns when they come back to visit. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of...
  • A little offense is enough to get U.S. past Colombia at World Cup, 2-0

    A little offense is enough to get U.S. past Colombia at World Cup, 2-0
    Colombia wanted respect. The U.S. wanted a win. Both got what they were looking for Monday. The Americans survived their most important test so far in the women's World Cup to win, 2-0, on second-half goals from Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd. And...
  • Norwegians release mockumentary assailing stereotypes

    Several Norwegian players teamed with Norway's national TV broadcaster NRK to produce a "mockumentary" addressing sexist stereotypes and critics who say the women's game is no match to the men's. During the four-minute video, Scandinavian players —...
  • Quebec premier sees little value in proposed oil pipeline

    Quebec's premier says he doesn't see much economic value for his province in a proposed pipeline that would carry crude oil from western Canada to refineries on the Atlantic coast. Philippe Couillard said in an interview Tuesday with The Associated Press...
  • Brek Shea left off U.S. Gold Cup roster; Larin, Ceren called up

    Brek Shea left off U.S. Gold Cup roster; Larin, Ceren called up
    Orlando City will be without striker Cyle Larin and Darwin Cerén during the Gold Cup, but Brek Shea will remain with the Lions during the summer tournament. Larin was called up by the Canadian national team and Cerén was summoned by the El Salvador...