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  • A look at the teams in the quarterfinals of the World Cup

    A look at the teams in the quarterfinals of the World Cup
    The quarterfinals at the Women's World Cup are set. Here's a look at the upcoming matches, and how the teams have fared so far in Canada: UNITED STATES VS. CHINA: This is the first World Cup meeting between the teams since the 1999 final, which the...
  • A look at the teams in the quarters at the World Cup

    The quarterfinals at the Women's World Cup are set. Here's a look at the upcoming matches, and how the teams have fared so far in Canada: UNITED STATES VS. CHINA: This is the first World Cup meeting between the teams since the 1999 final, which the...
  • Local baseball fan looks to visit 200 baseball stadiums

    Local baseball fan looks to visit 200 baseball stadiums
    Living in New Jersey in 1990, Hal Lesser decided he didn't like the New York Yankees or the New York Mets, so he traveled to Montreal, Canada to watch the Montreal Expos play at the Olympic Stadium. Twenty-four years, 184 baseball stadiums, and dozens...
  • US man in Canadian chemical case found not guilty

    A U.S. man was found not guilty Wednesday of possessing a dangerous weapon and threatening police after officers discovered hazardous chemicals in two locations in Canada. Christopher Burton Phillips, 42, was arrested at an Ottawa hotel in January...
  • Minnesota's mallard population down 20 percent; blue-wing teal up

    Minnesota's population of breeding mallards is down 20 percent from last year while other species saw increases, according to the results of the annual Minnesota Department of Natural Resources spring waterfowl surveys. This year's mallard breeding...
  • Kansas biologists go on a wild goose chase, for science

    Old 1168-07910, as she's now known, was not happy. She'd come to a corner of Riverside Park at the promise of some corn and within minutes was packed tightly in a mesh pen with about 80 of her kind. Human hands came from all directions. White goose...
  • 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...
  • Rapinoe, Holiday out for US in World Cup quarterfinals

    The United States has made it through to the quarterfinals at the Women's World Cup but not unscathed. The Americans will have to face China without two key contributors. Midfielders Lauren Holiday and Megan Rapinoe won't be able to play because of...
  • 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...
  • 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...