Think you know your classic cars?
Looking for something fun to play at your next car-club meeting, cruise-in, or car-guys' get-together? You might want to pack Carnology. In this new trivia/identification game, players race around the board toward the checkered flag, trying to guess the car make, model, and year, based on a deck of
EU Stress Test Couldn't Have Been Worse: Economist
The European stress test last summer "couldn't have been worse," according to Bengt Holmstrom, a professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Speaking at the American Economic Association's
Woodside Finds Gas Offshore Australia; Profit Down 4%
as it reported a modest fall in annual net profit. Australia's largest standalone oil and gas producer by output said the Ragnar -1 well intersected 190 meters of gross gas and it intends to drill three more exploration wells this year, while also talking
Did GM's 'Apocalypse' commercial backfire?
Playing dirty might be de rigeur in politics, but it seldom helps in selling products—even dusty pickups ravaged by the apocalypse. That might end up being GM's tough lesson from its Super Bowl XLVI ad which, to some, spoke less about the strengths of GM products than it did attack Ford's
Norwegian Cruise Ship Not in Danger of Capsizing
OSLO, Norway -- Officials say the Norwegian cruise ship that caught fire last week is no longer in danger of capsizing. Ragnar Norum, a spokesman for the Hurtigruten shipping line, told Norwegian broadcaster TV2 that divers inspected the damage to the
Report: Caps place 2008 first-round pick on waivers
limited to just 34 games with Boras in Sweden. Gustafsson is the son of former Capitals star forward and IIHF Hall of Famer Bengt -Ake Gustafsson. Related Links Rookie Tyler Ennis comes up big for Sabres Halak anything but shaky in must-win game Keith
Mazda Introducing Capacitor-Powered Cars
Innovative regenerative braking system is simpler, cheaper than typical hybrid tech.
A divided Iceland votes on plan to repay UK, Dutch governments for collapse of Icesave bank
reached in December after long negotiations and approved by Iceland's parliament in January but vetoed by President Olafur Ragnar Grisson amid strong public opposition. Many Icelanders feel they should not have to pay for the mistakes of their banking
Iceland rejects deal to repay UK, Dutch for Icesave bank collapse, triggering more uncertainty
December after long negotiations among the three countries and approved by Iceland's parliament in January. But President Olafur Ragnar Grisson vetoed it amid strong public opposition. Many Icelanders feel they should not have to pay for the mistakes of their
Netherlands freezes diplomatic contacts with Iran after hanging of Iranian-Dutch woman
legal rights of an Iranian citizen, but that Tehran does not recognize dual nationality. Dutch Foreign Ministry spokesman Bengt van Loosdrecht said Foreign Minister Uri Rosenthal was "shocked, shattered by this act by a barbaric regime." He added