Even before the sun had risen, the crowd attending the beatification of Pope John Paul II had overfilled the square around the St. Peter’s basilica.
The driver of a white Porsche zips into the Costco gas station in Marina del Rey, Calif., and takes his place in line.
To the growing list of undesirable side effects resulting from treatment with antibiotics, Manhattan's Dr. Jerome Weiss last week added one that most patients may prefer not to talk about, though it can be both painful and serious: antibiotic diarrhea
Liverpool’s Champions League hopes took a blow as teenage Montenegro international Stevan Jovetic scored both goals to give Italian side Fiorentina a deserved 2-0 Group E victory. It was Liverpool’s first away defeat in Europe since the semifinal loss at Chelsea in April 2008, and only their ninth away reverse in 38 attempts under manager Rafael Benitez
Last season’s losing finalists Manchester United opened their Champions League campaign with a 1-0 win away to Besiktas, while Wolfsburg beat CSKA Moscow 3-1 in Tuesday night’s other Group B clash. United made the daunting trip to Istanbul without England defender Rio Ferdinand, who is believed to have a groin problem following his comeback last weekend, and started with only one striker in Wayne Rooney
Twelve to 15 bodies showing signs of torture were found on the side of a remote highway in the Mexican state of Michoacan, the state attorney general’s office told CNN en Español.
They called themselves the elite six and the name was meant to be ironic. This was Wasilla, Alaska, 30 miles north of Anchorage, in the early 1990s when the sagging economy meant, as a local recalls, “everyone had dust on their ass.” There was nothing élite about this little town on the stretch of highway along the railroad.
Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola maintains his side will go out to attack holders Manchester United in Wednesday’s final of the Champions League to be held in Rome’s Stadio Olympico. The 38-year-old, who has guided the Catalan side to the showpiece finale in his debut season in charge, told CNN his side would play to win. “We are going to try and attack as best as possible and to make problems for a big team like Manchester United.
The managing director of Newcastle United, Derek Llambias, has told the club’s Web site he will be in talks with manager Alan Shearer this week to see whether the former England striker will continue in the role despite the team being relegated from the English Premier League on Sunday. Llambias said: “Being relegated from the Premier League is a huge disappointment for everyone involved with Newcastle United, but (club owner) Mike Ashley and I will sit down with Alan this week to discuss how to move forward again.” “We are all hurting and I feel desperately sorry for everyone associated with Newcastle United; we hope to be able to say more to our supporters later this week.” Shearer, 38, agreed to takeover temporary control at Newcastle in April for the remaining eight games of the season with the hope that he could turnaround a side struggling with relegation form