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TORONTO (AP) — Steve Nash has dreamed of managing the Canadian men's basketball team since he was a young point guard running its offense.
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — American businessman Bill Miller withdrew his bid to buy the financially stricken Rangers club on Tuesday.
MIAMI (AP) — On her own with a sickly toddler and his 12-year-old sister, Maria Gonzalez was petrified as she prepared to leave her native Cuba nearly 20 years ago.
HALLE, Germany (AP) — Roger Federer has had his name on the trophy. Now he has it on the street sign as well.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Two gymnastics judges have been banned from the London Olympics by a disciplinary panel investigating mistakes during the women's event at last fall's world championships.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — Former Washington State and NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has reached a plea agreement on drug and burglary charges in Montana.
Just because you aren't paying tuition doesn't mean a public school education is free.
LONDON (AP) — Olympic fans who missed out on tickets for the London Games will get another opportunity this week, including a chance for high-demand seats to the opening ceremony or 100-meter final.
LONDON (AP) — It's months before athletes hit the Olympic track, but time is running out for those in another fierce competition: The scramble for a place to stay in London.
The Baltimore Orioles began the week with the best record in the majors, with Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals close behind. Albert Pujols was slumping, Bobby Valentine was getting booed and Derek Jeter was hitting nearly .400.