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The Latest: Greek premier wants biggest 'no' vote possible

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest news on Greece's financial woes (all times local):<p>10:45 p.m.<p>Greece's prime minister says "the bigger the 'no' vote, …

Europe

The Cavaliers are making a $230 million bet that last year's team is good enough to win it all

In the first 24 hours of the NBA's free agency period, the Cavs re-signed their biggest free agents, piling up a giant payroll in the process.<p>Kevin Love re-signed to a five-year, $110 million deal, Iman Shumpert agreed to a four-year, $40 million deal, and Tristan Thompson will reportedly agree to …

Knicks Rumors: Breaking Down David West, Jeremy Lin and Other Free-Agent Targets

The New York Knicks have a long way to go to be competitive next season, but a few key free-agent signings could make a huge difference going forward.<p>While the return of a healthy Carmelo Anthony and the addition of rookie Jerian Grant should help improve the roster going forward, No. 4 overall …

NBA

Brandon Spikes cited by police after leaving scene of accident

BOSTON -- Massachusetts State Police cited former New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes on Friday with speeding, negligent driving and other …

Boehner ‘baffled’ as Israel denies report it spied on Iran nuclear talks

House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday that he's "baffled" by reports that Israel spied on negotiators in the closed-door talks over Iran's nuclear program – espionage that Israeli officials denied.<p>"I'm baffled by it," Boehner told reporters about the news report that comes at a time of strained …

Israel

Envisioning Landscapes Of Our Very Distant Future

A few minutes before my flight to Helsinki touched down, I looked out the window at Finland's flat, snowy, forested landscape. It appeared still and serene.<p>It was December 2011, and I was moving to Finland to conduct anthropological fieldwork among experts developing what might, in the early 2020s, …