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No, Russia will not be helping the U.S. strike IS in Syria

Ukraine isn’t the only major argument between Moscow and Washington.... Read more»

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These will be the big news stories of 2014

Brace yourselves: 2014 is going to be another big year for news.... Read more»

Analysis

The 12 (rocky) months of U.S. foreign policy

It’s been quite a year for U.S. foreign policy, with plenty of undertakings both naughty and nice.... Read more»

Video: Rage in Rio de Janeiro

Thousands of protesting youths brave police backlash in Brazil’s largest cities. What’s making Brazilians so angry?... Read more»

Comic:

The Beeb: Media sensationalism

The BBC has commissioned a quickie documentary about the life and times of amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius, recently in the news for allegedly murdering his girlfriend.... Read more»

Latin American nations push digital connectivity

Google is building an Internet data center and mobile providers are rolling out 4G networks, but that’s not all that’s in store for Latin America.... Read more»

Comic: Politics (and taxes)

Bain Capitomertà

You’ve got to hand it to Mitt Romney: the man knows how to keep a secret.... Read more»

Finders weepers: Early Bain disputes cast new light on Its business

Romney’s private equity firm battled with brokers, also asked them to find healthy companies, not just turnarounds.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Brewer: Olympians make Arizona proud

As the 2012 Summer Olympic Games draw to a close, I would like to take a moment to express my pride and offer my congratulations to the fine athletes who so honorably represented our nation in London over the past two weeks.... Read more»

Women Olympians pay tribute to Title IX

U.S. Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin now has a deep appreciation for how much Title IX has impacted her life, but, partly because of the law’s effectiveness, that wasn’t always the case.... Read more»

Olympics

Toughest road to London? Kenya's marathon team ran it

Ryan Hall is the second fastest American marathon runner in history, and last year, 36 Kenyans ran faster than he did. But 33 of them won’t be on the Olympic marathon starting line.... Read more»

Comic:

The Obama haters

Vote Romney. Because you don’t really mind if you know the results of the yachting before they’re broadcast.... Read more»

Olympics

Phoenix legend winds up British swim assignment

Adapting to foreign cultures isn’t a new concept for the head coach of Britain’s swim team. Dennis Pursley has tested his threshold traveling the world in a swimming pool, but the United Kingdom has been a home away from home the last four years.... Read more»

1948 Olympic athletes reunite after 64 years

Aging Olympians reunited 64 years after China and Britain played a basketball game at the 1948 London Games. I reached the peak of my own life at the Olympics. I realized my dream at the 1948 games,” one said.... Read more»1

David Rudisha: 'Sure thing' on London Olympic track

Looking for a sure thing on Thursday’s Olympic schedule? Kenya’s David Rudisha will win the men’s 800 meters. And you can take that to the bank.... Read more»

Soccer notes

SV's Luis Robles makes move to MLS

Southern Arizona native Luis Robles is headed back to the U.S. to play in Major League Soccer. Whose jersey he will wear is still an open question. Plus: Pima College looks ahead and Wildcat Ana Maria Montoya returns with Olympic bragging rights.... Read more»

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