(CNN) -- Manchester City's dreams of an English domestic treble were left in ruins Sunday as they fall victim for the second year in a row to Wigan in the FA Cup.
Amazing new pictures from space document the end of an asteroid.
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A blood test that can predict who is about to develop Alzheimer’s or related early memory loss up to two years before the first symptoms may be in early stages of development, researchers believe.
Many scientists have tried, and failed, to come up with a test that can predict Alzheimer’s. But this one, developed by teams at Georgetown University and the University of Rochester, seems especially accurate.
“This is the first time a highly sensitive and specific test has been able to predict who will become demented,” says Dr.
BEIRUT — About a dozen nuns held by rebels in Syria for more than three months have been released and are on their way to Damascus via Lebanon, a security source and church officials said on Sunday.
A Lebanese security source said the nuns had been taken to the Lebanese town of Arsal earlier in the week and were headed to Syria on Sunday accompanied by the head of a Lebanese security agency and a Qatari intelligence official.
"That's the whole idea and that's why I think at the end of the day this is going to be a very popular program because it is doing the right thing for the people of our country and my state," Christ said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday.
The last surviving grandson of Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, has died at the age of 88.
William Clay Ford Senior was a director at the company for almost six decades and owner of the National Football League's Detroit Lions.
In a statement, the Ford Motor Company said that he was instrumental in influencing the designs of vehicles the company made.
While Republicans continue to indict President Obama's handling of the crisis in Ukraine as weak, indecisive, or otherwise incompetent, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates urged the president's critics on Sunday to hold their tongues at least until the crisis abates.
"In the middle of a major international crisis, that some of the criticism, domestic criticism of the president ought to be toned down, while he's trying to handle this crisis," said Gates, who led the Pentagon under Mr.
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Police are searching for an unidentified man wanted for armed robbery in the Marigny.
Saturday night at 11:15 p.m., a white male approached a group of people in the 900 block of Esplanade Avenue and pulled out a gun and demanded their property according to NOPD.
The victims complied and then the man fled the area in an older model, dark-colored four-door sedan driven by an unknown white woman.
Police have released the composite sketch above to help the public identify the armed robber.