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Airlines are moaning and passengers groaning as an ash-spewing Icelandic volcano is bringing misery and days of uncertainty to thousands of European air travelers.
Tournaments on three continents this week could go a long way toward deciding who gets in the U.S. Open. The top 50 in the world ranking published Monday are exempt from qualifying.
Is democracy incompatible with long-run economic growth? One's initial reaction may be that this is a silly question, but in this day of a global debt crisis, it is worth recalling the warnings of America's Founding Fathers that when the people find they can vote themselves benefits, that will bring along the end of the republic. The Founders understood the problems of democracies and why all of the previous democracies had failed, going back to ancient Athens.
Fulham, Tottenham or Blackpool are likely to gain a berth in next season's Europa League after England, Norway and Sweden were giving one additional spot each because they led European soccer's fair play rankings.
Finland scored five late goals to beat Sweden 6-1 on Sunday and claim its second title at the ice hockey world championship.
The U.S. women say they are ready for anything in the upcoming World Cup.
Global mercury emissions could grow by 25 percent by 2020 if no action is taken to control them, posing a threat to polar bears, whales and seals and the Arctic communities who hunt those animals for food, an authoritative international study says.
Men under 65 with early prostate cancer had better survival odds if they had surgery right away instead of waiting for treatment only if their cancer got worse, a study in Sweden found.