Monthly Archives: September 2013

Taborda podría llegar 

El delantero ha mejorado mucho y si no tiene ninguna molestia podría jugar frente a Miramar Misiones. “Pero tiene que estar muy bien”, dijo Almada.

Taborda podría llegar 

Eyesight restored for Springville man

It’s possible to go below sea level in Utah County. Not only possible, but it can be beneficial to your health.

Eyesight restored for Springville man

A jugar en Tercera

Tras la reunión directiva del conjunto aurinegro se decidió castigar al “Japo” Rodríguez con jugar en la Tercera por tiempo indefinido, suspensión salarial de un mes y un nuevo contrato condicionado a su rendimiento.

A jugar en Tercera

Increíble: todos sanos y a la orden

El técnico violeta Tabaré Silva no lo puede creer: ayer entrenó con todos los futbolistas. Olivera, Gastón Silva y Callorda recuperados.

Increíble: todos sanos y a la orden

Guinea opposition decries “appalling” poll fraud

Guinea’s opposition said Monday that "appalling" fraud committed during the West African nation’s legislative poll would make it difficult to accept the results, raising the possibility of a turbulent

Guinea opposition decries “appalling” poll fraud

BP accused of lying to govt during Gulf oil spill

BP lied to the U.S. government and withheld information about the amount of oil spilling into the Gulf of Mexico after its well blew out in 2010, attorneys told a judge Monday.

BP accused of lying to govt during Gulf oil spill

Report done on Navy Academy sexual assault case

An investigative officer who presided at a hearing to help decide whether three midshipmen should face court-martial over a sexual assault allegation has forwarded his recommendations to the school’s

Report done on Navy Academy sexual assault case

2 generals forced to retire for Afghan breach

In a rare move, the top Marine on Monday forced two generals into retirement after concluding they should be held to account for failing to secure a base in Afghanistan on which two Marines were kille

2 generals forced to retire for Afghan breach

Fed shutdown would block access to Grand Canyon

Looking over the edge of the Grand Canyon. Check. Seeing the iconic park by foot? That might have to wait.

Fed shutdown would block access to Grand Canyon

Delta picks Microsoft for pilot tablets

Delta Air Lines plans to buy 11,000 Microsoft Surface 2 tablets for its pilots to replace the heavy bundles of books and maps they haul around now.

Delta picks Microsoft for pilot tablets