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D.C. United midfielder Chris Pontius was called up to the U.S. national team Monday for upcoming friendlies against Costa Rica and Belgium.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel held off Lewis Hamilton's McLaren in rainy weather in Saturday's qualifying to secure pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Red Bull's Mark Webber made the most of the conditions to post the fastest time before heavy rain returned to mar the second practice for the Belgian Grand Prix on Friday.
A friend of mine spent one of his college years during the 1970s in England studying history. As part of a work-study assignment, he visited the homes of families in London living on public assistance to take stock of their material needs.
The Britrock band Skunk Anansie had the crowd hopping and gyrating when a sudden, fierce storm began pelting the main stage _ and the thousands watching them _ with rain and hail.
Young people screamed and fled in panic as a fierce thunderstorm shredded huge canvas tents and brought down metal scaffolding at an open-air festival in Belgium, killing five people.
A storm swept through a popular open-air music festival in this town in eastern Belgium on Thursday, killing at least three people and injuring more than 70 others, an official said.
Europe's economic powerhouse is faltering. The vital German economy slowed to a dangerous 0.1 percent level of growth in the second quarter of the year. That suggests the entire 17-country eurozone soon could find itself in a double-dip recession with no quick or easy way out of the misery.
Stocks in Europe and the U.S. remained firm Friday after better than expected U.S. retail sales data helped ease concerns that the world's largest economy is heading back into recession, while a ban on short-selling in several eurozone countries lifted bank shares.