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  • NCAA Sweet 16: South, Midwest regions feature top-flight teams

    There's NCAA royalty: Duke and Kansas. There are NCAA perennials: Florida, Michigan State, and Louisville. Michigan and Oregon have worked hard to get here. And then there's Cinderella, otherwise known as Florida Gulf Coast University, taking part in Friday night's Sweet 16 action.

  • Steubenville rape trial: Where were 'courageous bystanders'? (+video)

    The Steubenville rape trial has highlighted the widespread problem of students not intervening to stop dating and sexual violence among peers. But awareness is growing.

  • Best airport named: Indianapolis airport tops the list again

    Best airport named: Indianapolis International beat out airports in Ottawa and Tampa. Indianapolis also was named the top North American airport in 2010.

  • Bonnie Franklin played a single mother on the sitcom 'One Day at a Time'

    Bonnie Franklin played mom Ann Romano on the TV show 'One Day at a Time.' Bonnie Franklin was a veteran stage and television performer before she took her breakout role on 'Day.'

  • Saving Money Can't wait? Seven online options for same-day delivery

    Same-day delivery is expanding for online retailers, meaning you'll soon be able to experience the instant gratification of in-store shopping from your couch. Here are seven options to try. 

  • Difference Maker Rodney Jackson hikes high into the Himalayas to help snow leopards

    Rodney Jackson and his team take 20 to 30 yaks, each loaded with 250 to 300 pounds of gear, into the Himalayas to study snow leopards, which take the word 'elusive' to an extreme.

  • Evolution of the NFL: 16 ways the game has changed

    Forty-seven years after the first Super Bowl was played in Los Angeles before a less-than-capacity crowd, let’s look back at some of the ways the NFL has changed.

  • Super Bowl XLVII: 18 pregame facts on Ravens and 49ers

    Here are some fast facts on Super Bowl XLVII, the NFL's championship game set for this Sunday evening.

  • A Week 17 NFL quiz

    The NFL’s regular season ended Sunday with one coach, Indianapolis’s Chuck Pagano, making a triumphant and inspiring return to the sidelines after months of cancer treatments. Meanwhile a handful of coaches were about to receive pink slips (Philadelphia’s Andy Reid, Kansas City’s Romeo Crennel, Cleveland’s Pat Shurmur, and Buffalo’s Chan Gailey were gone by Monday morning, and others seemed sure to follow). Amid the musical chairs to make the playoffs, Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson came up just nine yards shy of his quest to overtake Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record of 2,105 yards. His 199 yards, however, helped the Vikings land a playoff berth. The Redskins also were carried to the playoffs by a running back, rookie Alfred Morris, a little-known sixth-round draft pick out of Florida Atlantic, who gained a team record 200 yards in Washington’s win-or-go-home 28-18 victory over Dallas. To test your knowledge of Week 17 NFL developments, take this 12-question quiz.

  • Let it snow? Christmas may be white in Northeast, southern Plains, Seattle

    Snow on Christmas Day marks the start of a week of wet and wild weather through much of the US, including more of the white stuff. Here's where residents will want their shovels and sleds.

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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