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  • US inches closer to landmine ban

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration pledged Friday to stop producing or purchasing landmines, but it stopped short of signing an international treaty that requires countries to destroy their stockpiles, saying it was "diligently pursuing solutions" that...
  • Irvine council rejects changes to Friendship Cities program

    A split vote of the Irvine council this week sent proposed amendments to the city's suspended Friendship Cities program back to the city manager's office for revisions. The changes pertained to a country's human rights record and came about in...
  • World Cup: Belgium defeats South Korea, will face U.S. in round of 16

    World Cup: Belgium defeats South Korea, will face U.S. in round of 16
    Belgium lived on the edge in each match but advanced to face the U.S. in the World Cup knockout round on the backs of its substitutes. Late goals by reserves powered Belgium past Algeria and Russia. Then a Jan Vertonghen goal against South Korea on...
  • North Korea fires 3 short-range projectiles into sea

    North Korea fired three short-range projectiles off of its east coast on Thursday, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The South Korean military said the projectiles were launched at around 5 p.m. local time and landed in international...
  • World Cup: Belgium sweeps Group H, heads to round of 16 with Algeria

    World Cup: Belgium sweeps Group H, heads to round of 16 with Algeria
    Belgium it is. The United States, for its sweet 16 World Cup date, inherits an opponent that unimpressively lorded over Group H. The main colors for the group's closing matches were red and green. The Belgians overcame a red-card ejection late in the...
  • When watching U.S.-Germany, keep an eye on Ghana-Portugal

    When watching U.S.-Germany, keep an eye on Ghana-Portugal
    A peculiarity of these last four days at the World Cup is the burden on some teams to track two matches at once. Their own, of course, plus the concurrent one involving other members of their group. Take Team USA. For all of the attention it will pay to...
  • Thursday's World Cup matchups: U.S. looks to upset Germany

    Thursday's World Cup matchups: U.S. looks to upset Germany
    THURSDAY'S GAMES GROUP G: U.S. VS. GERMANY Where: Recife. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ESPN, Univision. The buzz: The U.S. was on to the round of 16 before Portugal scored in the final seconds Sunday to forge a tie. So now the U.S. has to do it again. A...
  • In lifetime analysis, Kia Soul EV is way, way cleaner than diesel model

     
    Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Kia The heart of the matter is that the battery-electric Kia Soul is better for the environment. And not just because it doesn't create any emissions while on the road. From beginning to end, the Soul EV has a far lower...
  • World Cup cleans up in weekly ratings

    World Cup cleans up in weekly ratings
    How much is Orlando enjoying the World Cup? Just look at the ratings. Twenty-one of the top 22 sports broadcasts last week were World Cup matches, and the United States team brought in more viewers than anything in prime time. The United States-...
  • U.S. World Cup players regrouped quickly after Portugal game

    U.S. World Cup players regrouped quickly after Portugal game
    In the aftermath of Sunday's tie with Portugal, many U.S. players described the final seconds as an emotional roller coaster, with Portugal's last-minute goal denying the U.S. certain advancement to the round of 16 at the World Cup. But U.S....
  • Prosecutors lay out case against crew in South Korea ferry sinking

    Prosecutors lay out case against crew in South Korea ferry sinking
    The trial of the captain and crew of the Sewol ferry continued Tuesday, with prosecutors saying they will show how passengers were not properly evacuated from the vessel as it began to sink, a tragedy that resulted in the loss of about 300 lives in...
  • Yang joins Wie atop U.S. Women's Open

    The Sports Xchange Yang joins Wie atop U.S. Women's Open PINEHURST, N.C. -- South Korean Amy Yang shot 2-under-par 68 and took advantage of Michelle Wie's three-hole slump on the back nine to move into a first-place tie with Wie through three rounds...