These United States will travel
For a band that calls both Lexington, Ky., and Washington, D.C., home, self-described authors of "cumulonimbus wordpop" These United States seem to spend little time in either. With 500 shows (and counting) in less than four years under their collective belt, it would seem their touring van might be just as familiar.
Safest Drivers in the United States
Okay, they might not have the freshest sushi in Sioux Falls, S.D., and the nightlife might pale in comparison to a more cosmopolitan city like, say, Des Moines, but there's one claim Sioux Falls can make what others can't: It is the home of the safest drivers in the U.S., according to the fourth annual Allstate America's Best Drivers Report. For the second year running, Sioux Falls drivers topped the list, and their combined record is impressive. With the average driver in Sioux Falls experiencing an auto collision every 14.6 years, Sioux Falls motorists are 31.6 percent less likely than the national average to have an accident.
Women's World Cup: Addition of Sundhage atop soccer program transforms United States team
WOLFSBURG, Germany - Pia Sundhage came into the first meeting with her new team, pulled out her guitar and began playing the Bob Dylan classic, "The Times They Are A-Changin'."
North Korea serious threat, expert warns
In the wake of new underground nuclear tests by North Korea, a University of Georgia expert on the Asian country warns that the Obama administration should take seriously the threat that the country will sell nuclear material and technology to terrorist groups or hostile nations.