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Professor Keith Shaw from Northumbria University examines whether a “yes” vote in Scotland would be bad for its close cousins across the border.Read more
It’ll be California Dreaming’ all the way with British Airways when the airline’s new A380 starts flying to San Francisco next summer.
The new service leads a raft of frequency improvements, including more flights to Miami and Cape Town.Read more
BARCELONA (FIBA Basketball World Cup) - Mike Krzyzewski's USA team is undoubtedly one of the biggest talking points at the 2014FIBA Basketball World Cup.
Krzyzewski spoke to FIBA.com on the eve of the USA's Quarter-Final game against Slovenia.Read more
Sharpshooter Sergii Gladyr was all suited up, but was only a spectator in the pre-game drills, yet to recover from an ankle injury suffered during Sunday's defeat to Finland. But at the end of the game, Gladyr would have surely heaved a sigh of relief that he didn't have to rush through his recovery.Read more
More people will get away this Labor Day weekend than have in the past six years, with 34.7 million Americans expected to take to the road and skies, according to a forecast released Thursday from auto club AAA.Read more