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Sarasota and Manatee counties will host the world cup finals and qualifiers in the oldest Olympic sport: the modern pentathlon.
Capitals defenseman John Carlson played a strong game, but it was not enough to give Team USA a win over Canada. He'll go for a bronze medal on Saturday.
The Louisville Fencing Center isn't a place that one would immediately notice if you're walking downtown near the intersection of West Muhammad Ali Boulevard and 13th Street.
Every time an Ohio State individual athlete or team wins a national title - in track, swimming, fencing, rifle, pistol or any of 24 other non-revenue sports - athletic director Gene Smith will receive a bonus of $18,000 to $36,000 under terms of the new contract extension announced earlier this week.
The latest stadium inaugurated for the World Cup in Brazil held its first two matches without major glitches on Sunday, a day after demonstrators across Brazil protested against the tournament.
Noel Beyle is a self-styled eccentric. Whether it's busking his own slim books of musings on Cape life, or hustling vintage postcards at the flea market, Beyle has never lived a 9-to-5 life.
Seven years after Congress demanded it, the federal government issued a notice Wednesday that it will begin construction to fill the last remaining gap in the 652-mile border fence between the U.S. and Mexico.
House Republicans will meet this week to plan their immigration strategy, which seems designed to push the issue to the right, but the Senate bill already faces a backlash on the left, where advocacy groups say the added border security is testing the limits of enforcement.
The border security deal senators struck this week does not call for 700 miles of new fencing, but rather for 700 miles in total — a figure the Homeland Security Department already claims it's near to completing.