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At least three fans were seriously injured and police had to use tear gas to restore order inside a Brazilian soccer stadium when a riot broke out between rival fans. Brazil is slated to host the World Cup in 2014.
For a region famous for “machismo,” Latin America is about to take an unlikely step: elect a record number of women presidents.
The messages are simple but profound. “I love you,” Dineo Pilane, 9, wrote on a wall of remembrances next to the Nelson Mandela family home and museum on Vilikazi Street. “Thank You,” wrote Mpho, 8.
Lawmakers announced a sweeping agreement Monday to pass a long-awaited authorization bill for the Defense Department before the end of the year, but a proposed amendment to curb military sexual assault didn’t make the cut.
The U.S. government ended up losing $10.5 billion on the General Motors bailout, but it says the alternative would have been far worse. Without the bailout, the country would have lost more than 1 million jobs, and the economy could have slipped from recession into a depression, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said.
If "Sesame Street" can parody "The Hunger Games," they can most certainly parody J.R.R. Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings."
Life just got tougher for New Yorkers now that cold-weather cockroaches have moved in — but compared to the far more damaging invasive species out there, these bugs aren't so bad.
While Cuba remains off-limits to most U.S. travelers, the arrival of a ship full of American college students in Havana on Monday is being greeted as a milestone event.