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Latest Scotland Items
Prince Philip will likely remain hospitalized for a few more days while receiving treatment for a recurring bladder infection, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
Twice, Hope Solo stretched to her left to stop the ball. Twice, she couldn't quite reach it.
Tony Jacklin chuckled when someone mentioned he was making a comeback.
Picking the best five from the oldest championship in golf isn't easy, not with 150 years of history.
The boozy, blustery Scottish people are getting a Hollywood close-up with "Brave," the latest adventure from the animators who brought you "Toy Story," "Ratatouille," "Finding Nemo" and "Up."
Britain and Ireland captain Tegwen Matthews is confident her eight-woman team can halt the United States' domination of the biennial Curtis Cup that begins Friday.
The only man convicted in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing has been buried with little fanfare near the Libyan capital with just under 100 family members and passers-by in attendance.
Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, a Libyan intelligence officer who was the only person ever convicted in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, died Sunday, nearly three years after he was released from a Scottish prison to the outrage of the relatives of the attack's 270 victims. He was 60.
American businessman Bill Miller withdrew his bid to buy the financially stricken Rangers club on Tuesday.