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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Bjorn
"Vikings," History's brooding and brutal drama about the 8th-century Nordic warrior Ragnar Lothbrok, is growing up quickly.
A consistent contender. A spokesman for his sport. And a survivor of both serious injury and tragedy.
A player from Northern Ireland charged up the leaderboard at the British Open.
A new project aims to introduce Bob Dylan's music to young people by having buzz-worthy indie artists cover one of his best-known albums in a digital-only format.
"I don't know how other people are with their parents but for sure I'm very close to my dad - very close," he said.