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Features such as a health club and security and concierge services may be expected at upscale condominium residences in the Washington, D.C., area, but few reach the heights of including an on-site car and driver for residents' private use.
Major League Soccer would implement goal-line technology quickly if it's approved in July by the sport's rules-making body.
The final phase of goal-line technology tests will begin this month before soccer's rule-makers make a definitive decision in July, FIFA said Sunday after another high-profile controversy.
The final phase of goal-line technology tests will begin later this month before soccer's rule-makers make a decision in July, FIFA announced Sunday after another high-profile controversy.
Minus big-market teams, and at a time when TV ratings for baseball games are dwindling, this is the overarching question as the World Series begins in St. Louis: Will anyone watch?
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MetroPCS Communications Inc., the nation's fifth-largest wireless phone carrier, is jumping into the unlimited music business behind its smaller competitor, Cricket.