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  • NCAA Tournament 2011: Top buzzer-beaters and wild finishes (VIDEO)

    With 64 of the 68 teams in the field eliminated, the NCAA Tournament lived up to its reputation in the first two weekends of play, complete with shocking upsets, heart-pounding finishes, controversies, and a school from Richmond called Virginia Commonwealth. Here’s our top list of wild and crazy finishes from the second third rounds, the Sweet 16, and the Elite Eight.
    03/21/2011 02:29 pm

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  • NCAA tournament: Morehead State joins Top 10 Cinderella teams

    One of the most enjoyable things about the NCAA tournament – for basketball fanatics and casual observers alike – is the Cinderella story. On Thursday, Morehead State chalked up the first upset of the tournament by vanquishing No. 4 Louisville. There’s just something appealing about watching the triumph of the little guy - the team no one ever paid any attention to, never gave a chance. Or maybe it's watching the titan, the sure-thing, the team that everyone knows will win, well, not win. Here is our Top 10, plus one.
    03/17/2011 12:48 pm

  • Spring break deals? Plentiful in Panama City, Fla.

    Spring break deals are popping in Panama City Beach, Fla. Airboat tours, limousine rides, and hot wings are some of the spring break deals available to students.
    03/06/2011 10:46 pm

  • Promoting cross-cultural understanding through food and art

    Afghan takeout window Bolani Pazi is the second public art display by 'Conflict Kitchen,' a group that only serves food from countries the United States is in conflict with.
    02/28/2011 03:27 pm

  • In Wisconsin's long shadow, unions and tea partyers face off across US

    Police have separated union activists and tea party supporters in Atlanta, Denver, Des Moines, and Columbus, as tensions rise over a Wisconsin push to curtail collective bargaining.
    02/24/2011 04:37 pm

  • Arrested US official Raymond Allen Davis is actually CIA contractor

    American Raymond Allen Davis, jailed in Pakistan for the fatal shooting of two armed men, was secretly working for the CIA, a disclosure likely to further frustrate US efforts to free the man and strain relations between two countries partnered in a fragile alliance in the war on terror.
    02/21/2011 03:56 pm

  • Here's an idea: Teachers and school officials unite on education reform

    Some 150 schools districts sent officials, school board members, and teachers union reps to Denver this week to hear how collaboration can improve student achievement and boost education reform. Can history of acrimony be overcome?
    02/16/2011 05:44 pm

  • California cities' latest budget trick: fine out-of-towners for car crashes

    California cities are adopting 'crash taxes' that fine out-of-town motorists who are found at fault in accidents that require a response from emergency personnel. The fines can exceed $2,700.
    02/15/2011 07:03 pm

  • NFL Hall of Fame welcomes Sanders, Sharpe and 5 others

    Defensive end Richard Dent, running back Marshall Faulk, linebackers Chris Hanburger and Les Richter, contributor Ed Sabol, cornerback Deion Sanders, and tight end Shannon Sharpe make up the Class of 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinees.
    02/06/2011 02:20 pm

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Doing Good

 

What happens when ordinary people decide to pay it forward? Extraordinary change...

Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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