The opening ceremony for the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia kicks off on Friday, Feb. 7 at Fisht Olympic Stadium. Every four years, athletes from around the world gather to compete in the biggest sporting
You win road games by getting stops and taking care of the ball, two things the Wildcats excelled at en route to a 60-57 win at Stanford on Wednesday. No. 1 Arizona narrowly escaped Stanford on Wednesday
Wait, how did that get there? Researchers are puzzled by what some are calling a "mystery" rock on Mars. Recently spotted in photos taken by the Opportunity rover, the rock seemingly appeared out of thin
Canada, France and UK update advice for women travelling through India after high-profile attacks on foreigners. Three governments have updated travel advice for women visiting India, urging them to exercise
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At least 25 killed in bomb blasts in Iraqi capital, including a shopping mall, amid government assault in Anbar. Six bombings in Baghdad, including an attack on a glitzy new shopping mall in the west the
Syrian National Coalition votes in favour of participating in January 22 peace talks in Switzerland. The Syrian National Coalition, the main umbrella opposition body in exile, has agreed to participate
A suicide squad attack in the heart of Kabul's fortified diplomatic quarter has killed 21 people, among them an aspiring Labour politician, the mission head of the International Monetary Fund and a top
US telecoms giants expressed concern Friday about president Barack Obama’s reform of the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of American citizens’ phone records. In a widely anticipated speech said
Adobe Systems this week tipped its hand when it comes to the future of its Lightroom, revealing on its Web site a subscription plan for a mobile version of the software for editing and cataloging photos.
The market for PCs may be stabilizing, but that hasn't stopped Intel from cutting a few thousand jobs. Earlier this week the chipmaker revealed its earnings for 2013, which included "signs of stabilization"
Business News Do the wealthy Chinese know something we don't? A new report shows that 64 percent of Chinese millionaires have either emigrated or plan to emigrate—taking their spending and fortunes with