John Schoof scored a career-high 27 points, all but three coming on 3-pointers, to lead American University to a 72-49 rout of Navy Wednesday night in Patriot League play.
Cuba accused the United States of lying about the health and conditions of confinement of a jailed American government subcontractor, and pushed back Wednesday against claims by the man’s family that his 15-year sentence is arbitrary and a violation of his human rights.
By 2015, 96 percent of the vehicles Honda sells in the U.S. will be made in North America. That’s on par with Detroit’s Big Three.
A culmination of car reviews from all the major automotive authorities reveals which American cars are considered the best.
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The move equates to lower production costs, and hopefully a lower sticker price too.
Charles Hinkle scored 18 points and American University defeated winless Maryland-Baltimore County 69-58 on Thursday night for its sixth straight victory.
Louis Bell scored 21 points and sparked a game-winning run to lead Maryland-Eastern Shore over American 64-62 in overtime Monday night.
The Army’s acting inspector general told a House subcommittee Friday that there has been a dramatic turnaround in the operation of Arlington National Cemetery, just one year after his office issued a harsh assessment that cited misplaced remains among dozens of problems caused by mismanagement.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is keeping up his quest to see an American subcontractor jailed in Cuba for nearly two years.
A surprise visit by former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has revived hope Cuba may soon free a U.S. government subcontractor whose imprisonment has snarled efforts to improve relations between the two countries.
An unfolding international drama involving a Maryland man. Alan Gross is locked in a Cuban prison.