Archive for June, 2015

After game, Germany and U.S. teams meet again – at hotel

After a crushing 2-0 loss to the U.S. in a Women’s World Cup semifinal game Tuesday, the German team bused to its downtown hotel, where it ran into the celebrating Americans.

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Ducks acquire defenseman Kevin Bieksa from Canucks

After Francois Beauchemin informed the Ducks he could find a richer deal in free agency, the team reacted Tuesday by acquiring veteran defenseman Kevin Bieksa from the Vancouver Canucks for a second-round draft pick in the 2016 draft.

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Wednesday’s TV highlights: ‘Extant’ and more

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Live updates | World Cup: United States 0, Germany 0

United States 0, Germany 0 (28:15 left in second half)

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Live updates | World Cup: United States 0, Germany 0

United States 0, Germany 0 (28:15 left in second half)

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Football: Ivy League teams want Edison receiver Garrett White

The Ivy League wants Edison receiver Garrett White, and for good reason.

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Football: Ivy League teams want Edison receiver Garrett White

The Ivy League wants Edison receiver Garrett White, and for good reason.

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Missing deadline, Iran nuclear negotiators push it back a week

Diplomats from six global powers and Iran gave themselves another week Tuesday to complete a comprehensive deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program as senior officials stepped up the pace of the difficult final negotiations.

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Missing deadline, Iran nuclear negotiators push it back a week

Diplomats from six global powers and Iran gave themselves another week Tuesday to complete a comprehensive deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program as senior officials stepped up the pace of the difficult final negotiations.

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Missing deadline, Iran nuclear negotiators push it back a week

Diplomats from six global powers and Iran gave themselves another week Tuesday to complete a comprehensive deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program as senior officials stepped up the pace of the difficult final negotiations.

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