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Maryland forward Hauk Palsson is expected to leave the program to pursue a professional career in Europe, a source familiar with the situation said Monday, leaving the short-handed Terrapins even thinner than anticipated entering coach Mark Turgeon's first season.
Ridley Scott is shooting his first film in 3-D, and he says he'll always use the multidimensional approach in his future films.
The first person to receive an artificial windpipe says he almost refused the lifesaving operation.
Riots in Athens. Border controls in Denmark. Growing nationalism in the Netherlands and France. The European Union is looking anything but united these days.
Scientists are monitoring unusual underground activity that could signal an eruption at the Hekla volcano in southern Iceland.
Iceland will become the European Union's 29th member state, Hungary's foreign minister predicted Wednesday, one day before the bloc plans to admit Croatia.
Reports of imminent climatic catastrophes are turning out to be rather anticlimactic. That's because rather than heating up to life-threatening levels, new scientific findings indicate it's more likely the Earth will cool in coming years. That's bad news for a global-warming industry heavily invested in a sultry forecast.
Given that books on the deadly submarine contest known as the Battle of the Atlantic stretch for several lineal furlongs along the nation's bookshelves, one could justifiably ask, "Why another?" Scrap your skepticism: Ed Offley presents us with masterly military writing in describing what he terms "the deadliest naval clash of arms in history."
America: land of the free, home of the brave — and peaceful? Don't bet on it.