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  • Taiwan sweeps US in 1st day of International Crown
    Taiwan sweeps US in 1st day of International Crown

    OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — A winless day left the top-seeded United States with the feeling there's nothing left to lose in their quest to capture the International Crown

  • CNN's Cuomo spars with 'Russia Today' anchor on air over MH17 evidence
    CNN's Cuomo spars with 'Russia Today' anchor on air over MH17 evidence

    In a contentious live interview on CNN Wednesday, "New Day" anchor Chris Cuomo sparred with 'Russia Today' anchor Peter Lavelle over Russia's response to the downing of Flight MH17.

  • Housing is slowing but still a good buy: Olefson
    Housing is slowing but still a good buy: Olefson

    Shari Olefson, CEO of The Carnegie Group, makes sense of the divergent data for the housing market.

  • Tyrannosaur 'Gangs' Terrorized Ancient Landscape
    Tyrannosaur 'Gangs' Terrorized Ancient Landscape

    Some 70 million years ago, three tyrannosaurs stalked together across a mud flat in Canada, possibly searching for prey. The new insight comes from several parallel tyrannosaur tracks unearthed in Canada. The ferocious beasts may have "stuck together as a pack to increase their chances of bringing down prey and individually surviving," said study co-author Richard McCrea, a curator at the Peace Region Palaeontology Center in Canada. Tyrannosaur hunting

  • Big cities trade happiness for money: survey shows
    Big cities trade happiness for money: survey shows

    If you’re feeling unhappy with the daily grind of city life, you’re not alone. In fact, residents across some of America’s largest cities - including New York - are feeling the same way according to a new survey.

  • Why flying may get a whole lot cheaper
    Why flying may get a whole lot cheaper

    Has the airline industry become... sexier? Well, consumers will soon be able to fly roundtrip from Newark to Paris on an all-business-class Boeing 757 for $2,014 a couple, on the new airline La Compagnie. It's one of a host of U.S. commercial airline startups that the Wall Street Journal reports are taking off, even though the industry has been plagued by bankruptcies and other challenges.

  • British MP sorry over Gaza 'fire a rocket' tweet
    British MP sorry over Gaza 'fire a rocket' tweet

    A British lawmaker apologised Wednesday after tweeting that he would likely fire rockets into Israel if he lived in the Gaza Strip. "The big question is -- if I lived in Gaza would I fire a rocket? -- probably yes," Liberal Democrat member of parliament David Ward said on Twitter. The Board of Deputies of British Jews called on Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg, the deputy prime minister, to suspend Ward once again from the junior party in Britain's governing coalition.

  • Israel economy hard pressed, not crushed over Gaza rockets

    The cancellation of European and US flights to Israel due to rocket fire is further harming tourism in a region already paying for fierce fighting in Gaza, experts say. The US Federal Aviation Administration banned American airlines from flying to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport for at least 24 hours from Tuesday, and the European Aviation Safety Agency advised all carriers to avoid Tel Aviv "until further notice". The Israeli Airports Authority, meanwhile, announced on Wednesday it would be opening the Ovda military airport, 60 kilometres north of Israel's Red Sea resort of Eilat, as an alternative to Ben Gurion for international carriers.

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