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Tribune reporterVinny Del Negro likes to insist nothing should be read into his exhibition starting lineups. Doesn't he know what Bulls fans do for a hobby and sportswriters do for a living? Only two exhibitions remain after Tuesday night's 109-105 victory over the...
Sun reporterPerhaps a young competitor best summed up the opening night of the U.S. women's figure skating championships. "I think at this nationals, anything can happen," said Rachael Flatt, 15, who stands in third place after the short program. Defending champion...
Runners run through a lot of shoes -- the reason is the foam midsole, which steadily loses its cushioning. Brands are experimenting with models that replace foam with shock-absorbing structures they claim don't degrade as much. -- Roy M. Wallack More...
Capitol Bureau ChiefGov. M. Jodi Rell will not meet today with Democratic legislators after being trashed this week as a political panderer exploiting the latest tragic home invasion. The speaker of the House, too, is incensed over the issues of crime and punishment. "Don'...
Tags: Punishment, Sex Crimes, Connecticut, Justice System, New Britain
Chicago TribuneHaman, legend has it, was a bad guy who wore a bad hat. He is remembered and reviled on the holiday Purim in story, song and snack. Rare is the leader — good or bad — who has a pastry named for his hat. Haman's crime (plotting to do in...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Walnuts, Sculpture, Salads, Limes
Tribune staff reporterLapses in infection control and overuse of antibiotics are spawning drug-resistant germs that are spreading from hospitals into the community at unprecedented rates. These new super germs--stronger, more elusive and deadlier--have multiplied for...
Tags: Health and Safety at Work, Symptoms, Hands, Employees, Health
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRussia, which won a controversial decision in pairs, is looking for an undisputed title in the Winter Olympic men's freestyle program. Alexei Yagudin, a three-time world champion, appears capable of delivering it after dominating Tuesday night's short...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTim Goebel's pursuit of an Olympic figure skating gold medal began in earnest Tuesday with a splendid performance that left him in third place after the first phase of the men's competition. But for world champion Evgeny Plushenko of Russia, the...
Special to The SunEUGENE, Ore. -- Tiombe Hurd got the gold medal in the women's triple jump and James Carter took the bronze in the men's 400-meter hurdles yesterday at the U.S. National Outdoor Track and Field Championships, bringing Maryland's delegation to the World...
Special to the TimesOne morning last June, Kelly French of Laguna Beach paddled among dolphins in glassy water near San Onofre as he waited on sun-flecked swells to ride a wave. Instead, he met a surfer's worst nightmare. From the deep, a 9-foot white shark surfaced about...
Tags: Death, Surfing, Science and Technology, Swimming, Sports
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