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  • IOC seeks to establish gender-testing centers for athletes

     
    International Olympic Committee officials told the Associated Press today they are recommending the creation of special medical centers that would handle sex verification cases for athletes. Following a conference with medical specialists in Miami, the...
  • Verizon's new role as copyright enforcer

     
    CNet's News.com reported today that Verizon Communications, one of the country's largest providers of broadband Internet access, has started cutting off the accounts of people accused of repeatedly infringing copyrights. The company says it doesn't...
  • U.S. ski jumping team named

     
    The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Assn. announced today that Olympic veteran Anders Johnson and first-timers Nick Alexander and Peter Frenette will make up the U.S. ski jumping team at next month's Winter Olympics. Johnson, 20, finished 14th overall on the......
  • Stephen Colbert talks with Dick Ebersol, 'competes' against Shani Davis

     
    With the Winter Olympics less than a month away, it was time for Comedy Central show host Stephen Colbert to test his dedication to the Games. NBC Sports and Olympics chairman Dick Ebersol appeared on "The Colbert Report" on Wednesday......
  • Financial crisis could prevent some British athletes from competing in Vancouver

     
    Britain's alpine skiing and snowboarding federation could go bankrupt before the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, threatening the participation of more than a dozen athletes. British Olympic Assn. officials say they are preparing a contingency plan in case...
  • Cross country: Arcadia's Mousse is Gatorade runner of the year

     
    Ammar Moussa from Arcadia has been selected the Gatorade boys' cross country runner of the year in California. Moussa, a junior, won the state Division I championship with a time of 14:59. He finished fourth in the Nike Cross National......
  • Conan O'Brien will walk away from 'Tonight Show' with an estimated $32 million

     
    The current host of the “Tonight Show” has finalized and accepted a rich settlement package from NBC, which releases him from the show and allows him to join another network by September, in time for the fall season, says our......
  • Flatt solid, Nagasu spectacular in early skating

     
    The battle for the two women's figure skating spots on the 2010 U.S. Olympic team began with Thursday night's short program at the U.S. championships in Spokane, Wash. The first group of skaters included the 1-2 finishers at last year's......
  • Lindsey Vonn wins super-G, takes over World Cup points lead

     
    American Lindsey Vonn captured her seventh victory of the season today, winning a World Cup super-G event in Italy's Dolomite Alps. Vonn, who is among the gold medal favorites in the downhill and super-G at next month's Winter Olympic Games,......
  • NBC Universal profit drops 30%, and that's before Conan's payout

     
    General Electric released its fourth-quarter earnings this morning, and let's just say that NBC Universal got sacked. NBC's costly contract for "Sunday Night Football" put a drag on the company's financial gains, and Universal films turned in lackluster...
  • The Morning Fix: Conan's conclusion! Comcast taps new cable boss. Air America out of oxygen. Pee-wee Herman's back!

     
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to drive or swim to work. Conan conclusion. Now it's over. NBC and Conan O'Brien officially parted ways. O'Brien's last show as host of "The Tonight Show" will be tonight. Jay Leno will take......