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- Soccer-English premier league results and standings
April 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the English premier league matches on Sunday Sunday, April 20 Everton 2 Manchester United 0 Hull City 0 Arsenal 3 Norwich City 2 Liverpool 3 Saturday, April 19Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0 Cardiff City 1 Stoke City 1 Chelsea 1 Sunderland 2 Newcastle United 1 Swansea City 2 Tottenham Hotspur 3 Fulham 1 West Ham United 0 Crystal Palace 1 Standings P W D L F A Pts 1 Liverpool 35 25 5 5 96 44 80 2 Chelsea 35 23 6 6 67 26 75 3 Manchester City 33 22 5 6 88 34 71 -------------------------4 Arsenal 35 21 7 7 62 41 70 -------------------------5 ...
- GRIEVING DAUGHTER ANTICIPATES EACH MOTHER'S DAY WITH DREAD
DEAR ABBY: It has been a year since my mother passed away. The month of February was especially tough because it was the month of her birthday and also the month in which she died. Mother's Day will be here soon, and I'm already feeling bitter, anticipating all of the commercials, advertising, brunches and everything. I don't want to be bitter about Mother's Day, but I am. How do people typically celebrate Mother's Day when they have lost their mother? -- JODY IN KEARNEY, NEB. DEAR JODY: Please accept my condolences for the loss of your mother. ...
- Kim Novak hits back at post-Oscar 'bullies'
Veteran actress Kim Novak has lashed out at the "bullies" who mocked and criticized her appearance at the Academy Awards last month. The 81-year-old, star of Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 masterpiece "Vertigo," said she was too humiliated to leave her house after the wave of ridicule and jokes made about her slow speech and rigid appearance while presenting an award alongside young actor Matthew McConaughey. "However, I will no longer hold myself back from speaking out against bullies. Addressing what she called "the elephant in the room," she added in the posting: "Years ago, I walked away from Hollywood partially because I didn’t stand up to the bullies.
- Fiat-Chrysler to produce iconic Jeep in China from 2015
Automaker Fiat-Chrysler said on Saturday that it would begin producing the iconic American brand Jeep in China from 2015 to meet demand in the world's largest car market. Fiat-Chrysler -- created by Italy's Fiat acquiring Chrysler of the United States -- will produce three Jeep sport utility vehicle (SUV) models in China, including one specifically designed for the Chinese market, the company said in a statement. The announcement came ahead of the Beijing auto show, which opens to the public on Monday, as global automakers flock to China to show off their latest models. Jeeps are currently available to Chinese consumers as imports, the statement said, adding nearly 60,000 Jeeps were sold in China last year, making the country the largest market for the brand outside of the United States.
- Dealer wanted in US for art fraud nabbed in Spain
MADRID (AP) — A Spanish businessman suspected of having dealt in millions of dollars of fake art has been arrested during Easter festivities in southern Spain, officials said Sunday.
- Transcript reveals confusion over ferry evacuation
- TOTALLY WORTH IT: High school senior suspended for asking Miss America to prom
If Miss America visits your high school, and if it’s springtime, and if you don’t have a date to the senior prom, you’ve got to ask her to go with you. Such was the case for Patrick Farves, a senior at Central York High School, when the reigning Miss America, Nina Davuluri, came to the York, Pa. school on Thursday to give a speech about diversity and the value of science, engineering and math. During the question-and-answer period that followed Davuluri’s speech, Farves asked Miss America to prom. Farves, 18, got the brilliant idea to ask Miss America to the prom a few days before the assembly.
- Deadly gun attack in eastern Ukraine shakes fragile Geneva accord
By Aleksandar Vasovic SLAVIANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - At least three people were killed in a gunfight in the early hours of Sunday near a Ukrainian city controlled by pro-Russian separatists, shaking an already fragile international accord that was designed to avert a wider conflict. The incident triggered a war of words between Moscow and Ukraine's western-backed government with each questioning the other's compliance with the agreement, brokered last week in Geneva, to end a crisis that has made Russia's ties with the West more fraught than at any time since the Cold War. The separatists said armed men from Ukraine's Right Sector nationalist group had attacked them. Failure of the Geneva agreement could bring more bloodshed in eastern Ukraine, but may also prompt the United States to impose tougher sanctions on the Kremlin - with far-reaching consequences for many economies and importers of Russian energy.