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Bad science puts rich nations on the hook for trillions in climate liabilities
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Topic - Mario
A disjointed hero and his pals wake up from a 100-year long nap and help restore order to the Glade of Dreams in the fantastic side-scrolling adventure.
What a homecoming for the Andrettis.
Tony Kanaan and Marco Andretti charged to the front during a wild first half of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, both trying to win at a place that has caused plenty of heartache.
Tony Kanaan and Marco Andretti swapped the lead in the early laps of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, both of them trying to win at a place that has caused them plenty of heartache.
Profiles of the 33 drivers in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, in starting order with car number in parentheses, age, hometown, engine, race team, and biographical information (w-former winner; r-rookie):
talian caretaker Premier Mario Monti said Sunday he won't run in February elections, but if political parties that back his anti-crisis agenda ask him to head the next government, he would consider the offer.
In the six years since the last major video game system launched, Apple unveiled the iPhone and the iPad, "Angry Birds" invaded smartphones and Facebook reached a billion users. In the process, scores of video game consoles were left to languish in living rooms alongside dusty VCRs and disc players.
Whenever video-game companies stretch out popular franchises for financial reasons rather than creative ones, disenchanted customers call it a "money grab." It's a charge Nintendo has largely been immune to, even though its most popular character, Mario, has starred in hundreds of games.
The excitement over a strong Indianapolis 500 didn't last very long for IndyCar.
Given his family's checkered history in the Indianapolis 500, Michael Andretti understands better than anybody why his son, Marco, was so frustrated during Sunday's race.
Profiles of the 33 drivers in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, in starting order with car number in parentheses, age, hometown, engine, race team, four-lap qualification average and biographical information (w-former winner; r-rookie; all chassis Dallara):
Unlike the Kentucky Derby, Bob Baffert thought he had the Preakness Stakes won with Bodemeister. It was just slow enough that his front-running horse had a good chance to put it away.
Michael Andretti's team finally overcame its May curse.
R&B singer and former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Mario has been charged with assaulting his mother at their Baltimore home.
Did she or didn't she? Is she or isn't she? Spanish novelist Antonio Munoz Molina's
Readers are given glimpses of Mario's singularly dull job at the Provincial Council building, the couple's spat over attending a Frida Kahlo exhibit (Mario said they couldn't afford it), their differences in background (as a child he spent winters in boardinghouse; she came from a family of lawyers) and Blanca's and her friends' vocabulary: "tage, Mediterranean, virtual, installation, performance, mestizaje, multimedia.