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Roadrunners beat Raiders 41-17 - Guampdn
In a quick game, the Vincente Benavente Middle School Roadrunners-A defeated the St. Anthony Raiders, 41-17, in a game during the Pepsi/Harmon Loop Dental Boys Middle School Basketball Tournament at Astumbo gym last night. The Roadrunners, No. 1 seed among ...
Tuesday's forecast: March goes out like a lamb for most - Guampdn
The last day of March will end on a quiet note for much of the country, with only a couple of minor trouble spots. East: Some accumulating snow is likely from the Great Lakes to interior portions of the Northeast, while some light rain pelts the Mid-Atlantic.
Bill Raftery, 73, gets first chance at Final Four on TV - Guampdn
HOUSTON -- The practice session was almost over. Mike Krzyzewski wandered over to press row, said hello, and then asked Bill Raftery: "Did my wife straighten you out?" He was referring to a few moments earlier, as Duke went through light drills at NRG ...
PayPal co-founder urges tech CEOs to be wary of Indiana - Guampdn
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin has added his name to the growing list of tech leaders condemning a new Indiana law that opponents say could allow discrimination against gays and lesbians, and that may soon be echoed by similar legislation in Arkansas.
Bruce Jenner target of Bieber Roast jokes - Guampdn
Jamie Foxx caused a Twitter firestorm when he made a joke about Bruce Jenner during the iHeartRadio Music Awards Sunday night. But it gets even worse during the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, airing Monday night (10 ET/PT). The former Olympian ...
The Short List: New 'Daily Show' host; Germanwings pilot had suicidal tendencies; NFL teams punished - Guampdn
We're getting some answers in the horrifying Germanwings airliner crash last week that killed all 150 aboard, but many questions remain. Like, how could someone who was once diagnosed with suicidal tendencies get a job as a commercial pilot, entrusted with ...
Doctor recalls his near-death experience with Ebola - Guampdn
NASHVILLE -- Dr. Ian Crozier, the Vanderbilt University-trained infectious disease specialist who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, was living in Uganda last summer, training doctors at a medical college, when he answered the call from the World Health ...
Schoology helps teachers personalize the classroom - Guampdn
WILMINGTON, Del. -- When fifth-graders in Katy Corey's class at Carrie Downie Elementary School comb through math problems on their laptops, it looks at a glance like everybody is doing the same thing. But look closer and you'll find each student's ...
Women coders good for business, documentarian says - Guampdn
SAN FRANCISCO â?? Like many parents, Robin Hauser Reynolds was spurred to action by her children. Specifically, a college-age daughter who had expressed a keen interest in computer science at Colgate University but suddenly was on the cusp of dropping the ...
St. John's hires Chris Mullin as new head coach - Guampdn
St. John's has hired Chris Mullin as its new head coach, according to a person with knowledge of the decision. The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on condition of anonymity because the decision has not been announced. A news conference is scheduled for ...
Pharmacists' group opposes execution drugs - Guampdn
SAN DIEGO (AP) - The American Pharmacists Association on Monday adopted a policy that discourages its members from providing death-penalty drugs. The new guidelines could make it tough for death penalty states, like Texas, that have been looking at made-to ...
Former feds charged with stealing Silk Road bitcoin - Guampdn
As federal authorities sought to to topple Silk Road, an online black market of drugs, stolen IDs and computer hackers, two federal agents were allegedly stealing the proceeds and hiding their booty in offshore accounts. A Secret Service agent and a DEA ...
For Tom Ricketts and the Cubs, 'now is the time' - Guampdn
MESA, Ariz. -- Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts pulls out of the parking lot in his Cadillac, stops at the entrance, and tells the security guard to keep a lookout for his brother. "I don't know what he's driving,'' Ricketts says of his younger brother ...
Missing UC soccer player victim of traffic accident - Guampdn
LOS ANGELES -- A University of California-Berkeley freshman missing since leaving a party early Saturday died after being struck on a freeway, Los Angeles police said Monday. Police said Eloi (eh-loy) Vasquez, 19, a member of the UC soccer team, was last ...
California snowpack at lowest level on record - Guampdn
California's snowpack is at historically low levels, a casualty of the state's wimpy winter. The Sierra Nevada snowpack's water content is at its lowest late-March level since records began in 1950, at just 8% of the historical late-March average, the ...