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Paul Stastny had two goals and two assists and Craig Smith had five assists on Thursday to give the United States an 8-3 win over Russia and a spot in the semifinals.
The New York Times has launched a Chinese-language website that has generated so much interest in China that two of its Twitter-like microblog accounts already have drawn thousands of followers. They apparently were taken offline after one day.
The New York Times started a Chinese-language website Thursday, generating so much interest in China that thousands of followers flocked to two of its microblogs accounts. Both were apparently taken offline for several hours, but it was not clear if government interference was the reason.
The New York Times started a Chinese-language website Thursday that generated so much interest in China that two of its microblog accounts drew thousands of followers and were apparently taken offline for several hours.
Cardiologists are reporting a major advance: A long-awaited study suggests that many people with a bad aortic valve, the heart's main gate, can avoid open-heart surgery and have a new one placed through a tube in an artery instead.
NEW ORLEANS | Cardiologists are reporting a major advance: A long-awaited study suggests that many people with a bad aortic valve, the heart's main gate, can avoid open-heart surgery and have a new one placed through a tube in an artery instead.
The graying of America is showing up in Washington area real estate as an increase in medical offices.
The Golf Academy of America is not unique in accepting military or seeing interest from service men and women rise, but spokesman Craig Smith said the schools are aggressive in pursuing veterans and have gained the distinction of "military friendly" from the Military Advanced Education group in Rockville, Md., that tracks educational opportunities for those in the service.
"We are seeking to clarify the situation with those accounts," said Smith, adding that the Chinese site cn.nytimes.com has not been affected and continued to receive "strong traffic."