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Robber's grenade causes airport scare

29 June 2010

SAO PAULO – One of the international airport’s two terminals closed for several hours while police detonated a grenade left by a robber after he held up the parking lot attendant, authorities said yesterday. No one was hurt and no flights delayed, but the thief escaped.... Read More


Tossed around

28 June 2010

Overturned trailers are shown at the Fort Trodd Family Campground in Clyde Township, Michigan, yesterday after the passing of a severe storm. Read More

Noriega goes on trial in France

28 June 2010

PARIS – As Manuel Noriega went on trial in France for money laundering, the former Panamanian dictator was not allowed to wear his trademark military fatigues and appeared confused about the most basic of biographical information: his age. Read More

Man kills crying girl during World Cup game

28 June 2010

McALLEN, Texas – Texas police have arrested a man accused of fatally beating his 2-year-old stepdaughter when she wouldn’t stop crying as he watched a World Cup game. Read More

Captive's family steps up pressure

28 June 2010

JERUSALEM – The family of a captured Israeli soldier set out yesterday on a 12-day march to Jerusalem to press Israeli Read More

G-20 nod for 50% budget cuts

28 June 2010

TORONTO – World leaders lined up yesterday behind a bold pledge by rich nations to cut budget deficits in half by 2013. Read More



27 June 2010

Britain’s Prince Harry (right) pushing United States Army veteran Todd Nicely along the route while participating in the Achilles Hope and Possibility Race Read More

Foreign policy hot topic at G-8

27 June 2010

HUNTSVILLE – Failing to resolve differences on economic strategy, world leaders turned their attention yesterday Read More

Alex worrying news for BP

27 June 2010

NEW ORLEANS – A tropical storm churning in the Caribbean could be the latest bad news for BP crews trying to contain Read More


Princess Abby World's Ugliest Dog

27 June 2010

PETALUMA – A Chihuahua’s oddly curved back and legs and closed-up left eye earned the 4-year-old rescue dog Read More

Siblings brawl over butter

26 June 2010

WATERVILLE, Washington – An argument over butter in a macaroni and cheese recipe churned into violence between a brother and sister. Read More


Tribute to Jackson

25 June 2010

NEW YORK – A year after Michael Jackson’s death caused a worldwide outpouring of shock, tears and tributes, the anniversary of his passing was being marked yesterday on a quieter scale, as fans remembered their fallen King of Pop with vigils, prayer, and of course,... Read More

Hurricane Darby at Category 3

25 June 2010

MIAMI – Hurricane Darby is still Category 3 strength, making it the second major hurricane of the eastern Pacific season. Read More

Obama pushes banking reform

25 June 2010

HUNTSVILLE, Ontario – World leaders gathered to deal with the aftermath of the global financial crisis, with United States President Barack Obama citing his country’s progress toward overhauling its banking system as he called for coordinating reforms throughout the... Read More

Bar boss charged in beating of food critic

25 June 2010

ALBANY, New York – A bar owner with a history of legal scrapes was charged with hiring a man to beat up the food critic for a newspaper Read More

Stanford to be tried alone

25 June 2010

HOUSTON, Texas – A United States federal judge Wednesday ruled that indicted Texan financier, Allen Stanford, will be tried alone Read More

Fans, family remember MJ

25 June 2010

NEW YORK – A year ago, DJ John Quick was scheduled to spin at a party when he got the news – Michael Jackson was dead. Read More

Clinton pays visits to Mandela

25 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG – Former United States President Bill Clinton paid a visit to South Africa’s Former President Nelson Mandela on the sidelines of the World Cup tournament. Read More

Obama praises US team

25 June 2010

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama called the United States World Cup soccer team yesterday to congratulate them on an "extraordinary victory" and to wish the team luck in the next round of the tournament. Read More

Jewish dancers stoned

24 June 2010

HANOVER – German police are investigating the stoning of a Jewish dance group trying to perform on the street in the city of Hanover. Read More


Obama kicks out war general

23 June 2010

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama ousted General Stanley McChrystal as the top United States commander in Afghanistan Wednesday . . . Read More


Should the headquarters of a new regional airline remain in Antigua & Barbuda?