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Former WNBA player Margo Dydek has died after suffering a heart attack a week ago and being placed in a medically induced coma. She was 37.
Margo Dydek, a 7-foot-2 former WNBA player who led the league in blocks nine times, died Friday after being placed in a medically induced coma following a heart attack a week ago. She was 37.
Former WNBA player Margo Dydek has died after suffering a heart attack a week ago and being placed in a medically induced coma.
The party president is at it again. In Ireland, he belted back some Guinness. In Britain, he savored $1,000 wine and toasted the queen. In Poland, he is sure to feast on pirogi and vodka. Yet President Obama's European trip is more than a waste of taxpayer dollars on celebrity diplomacy. It is a cultural watershed - a key moment when the leader of the free world stood by and did nothing while the free-speech rights of an American citizen were violated by the very government he was praising. Mr. Obama's slogan should be: "Give me fine French Burgundy, or give me death!"
Poland sends troops to fight alongside U.S. soldiers and considers itself a strong ally, but it's the only Central European country whose citizens cannot travel to America without a visa, a sore point that Poles hope President Obama will rectify when he visits their nation Friday.
Weaving together strands of pomp, policy and summitry, President Barack Obama's weeklong European tour is all about tending to old friends in the Western alliance and securing their help with daunting challenges, from the political upheaval in the Mideast and North Africa to the protracted war in Afghanistan.
Vertiginous fuchsia heels bedazzled with 360 carats'-worth of precious stones, a tennis match with Monaco's Prince Albert and the rubberized second-skin dress right off Gwen Stefani's back were among the extravagant lots that helped a star-studded charity auction raise a record-breaking euro10 million ($14 million) for AIDS research.
Former WNBA player Margo Dydek has suffered a heart attack and is in a medically induced coma in a Brisbane hospital.
Vertiginous fuchsia heels bedazzled with 360 carats'-worth of precious stones, a tennis match with Monaco's Prince Albert and the rubberized second-skin dress right off Gwen Stefani's back were among the extravagant lots that helped a star-studded charity auction raise a record-breaking $10 million (€7 million) for AIDS research.