I am out of here.
My weekend finally begins! Just a couple of errands and then I can relax.
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Blondes really are more stupid after hearing 'dumb blonde' jokes, according to research by psychologists in Germany.
The Farragut North Metro Station will reopen this morning, but one of its entrances will remain closed.
That's because a portion of the ceiling came crashing down about 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, sending tiles and wires cascading to the floor.
The Official Match Ball used on the game against Portugal, that left UK out of the Europe Cup, the same ball of the penalty, that David Beckham miss, will be auctioned on eBay. Pablo Carral, a fan, catched the ball and he took it out from the stadium.
Is the Official Europe Cup Match Ball, made in Thailand. It has the date of the game, the 24th of June 2004, also the place of the celebration, da Luz of Lisbon stadium.
Police patrolled suburban trains on Monday and studied video from surveillance cameras, trying to track down six men who allegedly attacked a young mother and scrawled swastikas on her stomach.
But doubts began to surface about the truth of the attack report that stunned France.
A Delaware college student ate a bag of hallucinogenic mushrooms and drove around in a pair of stolen cars before arriving, confused, on a mountain in northwest Connecticut police said.
Extreme temperatures, which have killed at least 22 people in Romania in the space of a week, continued to plague Europe, with Greece sweltering in a heatwave and an open-air performance of Verdi's "Traviata" canceled in Italy.
At least 27 Honda CR-V sport/utility vehicles from the 2003 and 2004 model years burst into flames shortly after getting their first oil changes, according to newspaper reports Friday.
Instead of enjoying summer vacation, some Fairfax County students spent Thursday back in school, through no fault of their own.
They're among the nearly 300 unlucky students whose Standards of Learning tests were damaged while being transported by UPS.
President Thomas Klestil, who brought calm to an office frayed by controversy surrounding his predecessor's past in World War II, died Tuesday. He was 71.