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Early in the third quarter, Rashard Lewis and John Wall got the ball on a two-on-one breakaway. But Lewis made a pass that sailed over Wall's head, and an easy two points ended up as a turnover, as the ball wound up in the lap of a court-side spectator.
John Thompson III would rather listen to a 24-hour loop of Dick Vitale caterwauling about "diaper dandies" and "PTP-ers" than admit his team was facing a must-win situation against Connecticut on Wednesday, but the scenario wasn't entirely far-fetched.
If you have more house than cable TV outlets, or if you simply must watch "Judge Judy" or a Washington Nationals game out on the deck using a tablet computer, a small $179 device could make your life a whole lot easier.
Verizon paid dearly to put iPhones in the hands of subscribers in the latest quarter, holding back its profits in the hope that its customers will rack up higher monthly bills and stay loyal.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney estimates the federal tax rate he pays on most of his income is about 15 percent because it comes from his past investments.
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Global intelligence analysis firm Stratfor has relaunched its website after hackers brought down its servers and stole thousands of credit card numbers and other personal information belonging to its customers.
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Down 17 points in the second half to Marquette, a top-10 team in a No. 20 body, you might be excused for thinking this was the game the young Hoyas were going to lose after a remarkable run through the first half of the season.