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El PSG ofrece 30 millones por Villa - Barça - SPORT.ES
Leonardo y Ancelotti quieren un refuerzo de lujo para su delantera, pero el Barça es taxativo: Villa se queda El París Saint Germain (PSG) sigue decidido a conseguir la contratación de David Villa, y el Barça mantiene su postura firme de contar en sus filas con el delantero asturiano, un refuerzo e lujo para la campaña 2012-13 después de su grave lesión.
Euro 2012: Spain seal their place in history with Italy's destruction
Vicente del Bosque's incomparable side have become the team that never lose and this will forever be recalled as Spain's era For Spain there was symmetry and symbolism in success - and style too. The cycle was completed against Italy, the same team against whom it had all begun.
Editorial: Gov. Brown takes needed action on toxic flame retardants - The Sacramento Bee
For years, the chemical industry has fought to stop statewide bans on certain toxic chemicals, arguing that such decisions are best left to federal authorities, such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Yet the chemical industry's credibility has been seriously undermined by a recent investigative series in the Chicago Tribune on the subject of flame retardant chemicals in furniture and baby products.
Laporta: "Me estoy planteando volver al Barça" - SPORT.ES
Joan Laporta confirmó en una entrevista con la agencia EFE que se siente en disposición para optar de nuevo a la presidencia del FC Barcelona, cargo que dejó el 30 de junio del 2010 tras acabar su segundo mandato "Es un pensamiento y una reflexión que he hecho.
Evolution Explains Why Politics Is So Tribal: Scientific American
Evolution helps to explain why parties are so tribal and politics so divisive Image: Illustration by Brian Cairns Which of these two narratives most closely matches your political perspective? Once upon a time people lived in societies that were unequal and oppressive, where the rich got richer and the poor got exploited.
Change of Subject: Romney hits the sauce again
"Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander" quipped Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney Thursday, explaining why his campaign had dispatched more than two dozen hecklers to disrupt an appearance in Boston by President Obama's chief campagin strategist David Axelrod.
Seminar: The Evolution of Media Measurement
Time: 3-5PM Free: Sponsored by the MAC Moderator: Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune Panelists: Joan FitzGerald, Comscore Bruce Goerlich, Rentrak Larry Wert, WMAQ Kevin Gallagher, Starcom Debbie Solomon, Mindshare Ed Cohen, Arbitron Patrick Dineen, Nielsen Location: The Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) 360 North State Street Chicago, IL 60654www.museum.tv Reception to follow discussion: Public House 400 North State Street Chicago, IL 60654www.publichousechicago.com
French star Thuram working to battle racism in soccer and society | SI.com
Five years ago, to illustrate the development of mankind, scientists at the Musée de L'Homme in Paris chose three human skulls: the fossil of a generic Cro-Magnon; the cranium of philosopher René Descartes; and a facsimile of the strikingly active and wide-ranging brain of Lilian Thuram, the Guadeloupe-born defender and longtime captain of the French national soccer team.
Change of Subject: (Barely) passing my domestic exam
Only this week did I learn that my wife recently decided to put me to the test -- how long would I go before cleaning off the gunk that accumulates on my Sonic cordless toothbrush* as it perches on our vanity counter?
Richmond Times-Dispatch, Media General newspapers sold to Berkshire Hathaway
Media General Inc. today announced that it is selling 63 newspapers, including the Richmond Times-Dispatch, to Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. for $142 million. A Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary, BH Media Group, will purchase all of the newspapers owned by Media General, with the exception of the Tampa Tribune and its publications.
Statement from Clear Channel regarding its purchase of 101.7 WFNX
UPDATE 12:21 pm]: Boston Business Journal is reporting the layoffs of longtime personalities Julie Kramer and Henry Santoro, and a possible switch to either a country or Spanish speaking format. Earlier this morning we reported that WFNX 101.7 FM will be sold to Clear Channel.
Fort Lee police: Red Bulls player charged in aggravated assault - NorthJersey.com
Fort Lee police charged a New Jersey Red Bulls soccer player with aggravated assault on a police officer after responding to a noise complaint early this morning. Det. Sgt. Kenneth Porrino gave this account: At around 5:30 a.m., Fort Lee police officers arrived at the Charlton 1265 at 15th Street in response to a noise complaint.