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Wisconsin trudges past Pittsburgh in low-scoring contest
ST. LOUIS -- Nigel Hayes has been to back-to-back Final Fours with Wisconsin , so he was the obvious choice when freshman forward Ethan Happ asked for some advice before his own NCAA Tournament debut. "I said, 'It's probably going to be the easiest game of the year for you Hayes recalled later,
About 50 Cars Involved in Deadly Pile-Up on Snow-Covered Interstate in Pennsylvania
About 50 cars were involved in a deadly pile-up in eastern Pennsylvania today, caused by wind and drifting snow, police said. The accident was on Interstate 78 in Bethel Township, about 75 miles northwest of Philadelphia. Fatal Lebanon Co. crash on I78 @PennLive pic.twitter.com/fPbvucE2Yh — James
Armed Forces Classic called off at halftime due to unsafe floor conditions
OKINAWA, Japan -- A moist, slippery court forced the cancellation of the Armed Forces Classic season opener between No. 9 Gonzaga and Pitt on Saturday morning at Foster Field House on the U.S. Marine Corps base. Prior to the first half ending, lead official Darron George told ESPN he would confer
Will Notre Dame Use Painkiller In Championship Game Tonight?
Unlike championship rival Alabama, the team doctor for Notre Dame football, Dr. James Moriarity, told ABC News he does not rule out the "occasional use" of the controversial painkiller Toradol on game days to treat Fighting Irish players if "medically indicated." By contrast, Alabama team doctor
Kevin Costner Sues Producers of His 1991 Film 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves'
Academy Award winner Kevin Costner has filed a suit against the production company of his own movie, "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves," claiming it reneged on its obligation to pay him his share of revenue from the hit film. Costner said he was promised 15 percent of sales from "Robin Hood," which
What Goes on Inside Will Smith, Jada Pinkett-Smith's School?
The New Village Leadership Academy Allegedly Mimics Some Scientology Teaching Methods
Charismatic televangelists mired in scandal
Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker shepherded a flock of millions, only to lose it all.
Businesses try to Net financial assistance
It's a universal truth that small-business owners need money to grow. The problem is that most don't qualify for bank loans with an 8% interest rate, and even more don't want to do business with predatory lenders who charge 40% and remind them of Tony Soprano. Since the credit crunch of 2007, some
Health Highlights: April 14, 2008
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay: Some People Face Huge Drug Costs Under New Policies Under new policies being adopted by health insurance companies, patients have to pay hundreds and even thousands of dollars for expensive