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  • Rosberg wins F-1's Austrian Grand Prix

    SPIELBERG, Austria -- Germany's Nico Rosberg won the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix in a Mercedes one-two on Sunday to stretch his championship lead over teammate Lewis Hamilton to 29 points. Williams drivers Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa, who had...
  • Ballet, opera onscreen at Enzian Theater

    Ballet, opera onscreen at Enzian Theater
    If you're looking for opera or ballet this summer, look no further than Enzian Theater in Maitland. The Enzian's annual Opera and Ballet on the Big Screen Summer Series runs through Sept. 20. Performances are filmed at some of the world's great arts...
  • Nico Rosberg gets the victory at Austrian Grand Prix

    Formula One returned to business as usual Sunday as Nico Rosberg edged Lewis Hamilton at the Austrian Grand Prix for the sixth 1-2 finish by Mercedes. Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo won the Canadian GP two weeks ago and Williams' Felipe Massa took pole...
  • U.S. left in World Cup limbo as late goal gives Portugal stunning tie

    As World Cup journeys go, the U.S. has gone from being in the driver's seat to having to ask for help in getting where they'd like to be. That's how big Portugal's goal in the closing seconds of stoppage time looms for the U.S., which had to settle...
  • World watch: News affecting world travel

     World watch: News affecting world travel
    Switzerland: If you happen to be traveling on a European Union passport and plan to rent a car in Switzerland, be sure to ask for a vehicle that is registered in the EU if you wish to drive it into Austria. Taking a Swiss-registered vehicle across the...
  • John Kass: Soccer fans often feel pain -- and sometimes even a bite

    In an exclusive interview, Raffaele Raia -- the noted Italian soccer aficionado from Oliveto Citra, near Salerno -- said America is missing only one thing to fully grasp World Cup soccer. "Until Americans live and die with it, as we Italians do, you won'...
  • Andy Murray, Venus Williams advance at Wimbledon

    Andy Murray, Venus Williams advance at Wimbledon
    LONDON -- The Champagne cork that popped before the second point of Andy Murray's thrashing of Blaz Rola may have been a little premature, but the defending Wimbledon champion already has thrown down the gauntlet to his rivals. The home favorite's 6-1,...
  • Eliza Ardizzone, equestrian

    Eliza Ardizzone, equestrian
    Eliza Ardizzone, who was born in Lake Forest, loved to go horseback riding with her family in Mexico, where they lived when she was 7. That childhood passion only grew stronger. By her early teens she knew she wanted a career working with horses. In her...
  • Karlovy Vary Fest Spotlights Variety's Critics' Choice Lineup

    The 10 pics championed by variety critics selected to screen at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival next month are an eclectic mix of the year's best-reviewed Euro-backed features. Representing a wide sample of different genres, countries and languages...
  • Leo Bretholz dies at 93; Holocaust survivor fought for reparations

    Leo Bretholz dies at 93; Holocaust survivor fought for reparations
    Leo Bretholz, a Holocaust survivor who became a major voice in the campaign to gain reparations from companies that transported victims to concentration camps during World War II, died in his sleep Saturday at his home in Pikesville, Md. He was 93....
  • Cornelius Gurlitt dies at 81; German art collector

    Cornelius Gurlitt dies at 81; German art collector
    Cornelius Gurlitt, a reclusive German collector whose long-secret hoard of well over 1,000 artworks triggered an international uproar over the fate of art looted by the Nazis, died Tuesday. He was 81. Gurlitt's spokesman, Stephan Holzinger, said that...