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Argentines woke up ready to watch the national team play for its third World Cup title amid a national feeling of unity and joy that is rare for a country that has been engulfed in an economic crisis for years and has one of the worst inflation rates in the world
New study reveals some good results from the standards-based assessment reform, but doesn’t delve into ideas like grade minimums and no homework deadlines.
A local reporter chronicled the incident in a touching Twitter thread.
A year ago, crypto was everywhere. Now, companies are collapsing and prices for crypto coins have crashed. Is this the end of crypto as a mainstream industry?
“They’re more like friends than objects,” one passionate bookseller says. What are we to do with our flooded shelves?
An occasionally gusty breeze adds to the chill today and tomorrow.
What shapes the policies and approach of host country governments?
D.C. Housing Authority commissioner Bill Slover has had his share of clashes with City Hall. Now Mayor Muriel E. Bowser is pushing for a smaller board that would exclude this vocal critic.
Nearly 100 Peary High School alumni surprised longtime English and drama teacher Vincent Gibbs with carols and speeches outside of his Germantown home on Saturday.
After saying he needed time to consider his future, England coach Gareth Southgate has confirmed he will stay on beyond the World Cup
The British government says it will dispatch 1,200 troops to fill in for striking ambulance drivers and border staff as multiple public sector unions walk off the job in the week before Christmas
Pope Francis has revealed that shortly after being elected pontiff in 2013 he wrote a resignation letter in case medical problems impede him from carrying out his duties
Olympic silver medalist Zan Kranjec led the opening run of the Alta Badia giant slalom while overall World Cup leader Marco Odermatt struggled in ninth place
A local official in Afghanistan says a fuel tanker explosion in a tunnel has killed at least 19 people and injured 32
Salah Hammouri, a lawyer and activist, was deported to France after a right-wing Israeli official accused him of terrorist ties.
The embattled quarterback landed with a beleaguered Browns franchise. The fan base got caught in the middle.
Officials at a Swedish Zoo have managed to get three chimpanzees who had broken out of their enclosure back into a secure space, but four others were shot dead
Trevor Moore scored the shootout winner for the second straight game, giving the Los Angeles Kings a 3-2 win over the San Jose Sharks
Tua Tagovailoa remains optimistic in seeing the Dolphins take positive steps despite extending their skid to three games following a 32-29 loss to the Buffalo Bills
About two dozen Ukrainian civilian volunteers were killed on March 1 by Russian troops who entered the southern city of Kherson
In recent years, Peru has been no stranger to political turmoil. It currently is on its sixth president in seven years — or should still be on its fifth, according to the crowds whose protests led to a declaration of a state of emergency in mid-December. They took to the streets after a day in which President Pedro Castillo declared congress dissolved only to be swiftly impeached by it and jailed after he tried to flee to the Mexican embassy. Now Peru’s conflicts are causing rifts across Latin A
Libyan officials say a powerful militia was involved in the clandestine detention and questioning of a suspect in the 1988 downing of a New York-bound PanAm flight over Lockerbie, Scotland
A growing number of Syrian Kurds are making the journey to Europe on a circuitous course that includes travel by car and plane across Lebanon, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, then finally by boat to Spain
Ukraine is preparing proposals intended to strengthen “all the countries of Europe,” ahead of a meeting Monday of Northern European leaders, its president said.
The 35-year-old captain, playing in what is expected to be his last World Cup, is popular throughout the region. His team, not so much.
America’s wars led to profound advancements in prosthetics and new standards for care. But for most Ukrainian soldiers in need, the best is often out of reach.
Ajay Mitchell totaled 25 points, seven rebounds and five assists to lead UC Santa Barbara to an 85-73 victory over Portland State
A Pakistani police officer says a police station in volatile northwestern Pakistan came under an attack by suspected militants, leaving four officers dead and another four critically wounded
Cameron Gooden scored 15 points to lead Utah Tech to a 100-58 victory over Masters College
Tobias Cameron had 17 points in Abilene Christian’s 65-59 win against Cal State Bakersfield
Boise State quarterback Taylen Green accounted for 256 yards and three touchdowns and the Broncos beat North Texas 35-32 in a back-and-forth Frisco Bowl
Rebecca Ikumelo, 33, died on Saturday after she was critically injured in the crush at a concert by Afrobeats singer Asake at Brixton Academy, police said.
Angel Reese finished with 30 points and 12 rebounds in 30 minutes of play and No. 11 LSU remained unbeaten with a 91-52 victory over Montana State at the Maui Classic
Israel says it has deported a Palestinian lawyer and activist to France, claiming he has ties to a banned militant group, despite objections from the French government
Kyle Connor extended his points streak with a goal and an assist and the Winnipeg Jets downed the Vancouver Canucks 5-1 on Saturday
Israel has refused to provide weapons to Ukraine despite requests from Kyiv, even as Russia builds a close alliance with Iran, which is supplying drones and missiles to Moscow.
Semyon Varlamov stopped 36 shots before being pulled in the third period and the New York Islanders beat the Vegas Golden Knights 5-2
Azuolas Tubelis scored 19 points, Oumar Ballo added 18 and No. 9 Arizona turned the physical tables on No. 6 Tennessee for a 75-70 victory
Cornerback Jakon Robinson stopped SMU quarterback Tanner Mordecai on a 2-point conversion try with eight seconds left in the game, and BYU beat the Mustangs 24-23 Saturday night in the New Mexico Bowl
The mayor of a Texas border city has declared a state of emergency over concerns about the community’s ability to handle an anticipated influx of migrants across the Southern border
Ja Morant’s interaction with courtside fans continued long after he was ejected from the Memphis Grizzlies game against the Oklahoma City Thunder
Gabe McGlothan scored 20 points, including four in overtime, and Grand Canyon knocked off Pepperdine 83-73
Tyler Bass hit a 25-yardd field goal as time expired, and the Buffalo Bills clinched their fourth consecutive playoff berth on a snow-slick field in rallying to a a 32-29 win over the Miami Dolphins
Hundreds of people poured into the streets of a rural hamlet in Peru’s Andean highlands on Saturday to pay their final respects to a 23-year-old student killed in clashes with the army a day earlier
Keyon Menifield scored 13 points to lead five in double figures and Washington beat Idaho State 90-55
A college student, 26 and still living with mom and dad, has doubts about dating a woman who is older and more established.
Reader wants to keep pleasant relationship with his gay relative — despite being unwilling to go to his wedding because of his beliefs.
Tage Thompson scored the tiebreaking goal on a power play midway through the third period and Jeff Skinner had two goals and an assist in his his return from three-game suspension as the Buffalo Sabres beat the Arizona Coyotes 5-2
Shooting occurred near Ontario Road and Euclid Street, according to authorities.