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Sun StaffWASHINGTON - Athletes in five major professional sports leagues would be subjected to an unforgiving steroid-testing regimen under terms of legislation to be introduced next week in the House of Representatives. As two days of congressional hearings...
Tags: Soccer, Detroit Pistons, Cliff Stearns, Basketball, Tom Davis
Associated PressWASHINGTON - The no-bid contract that Halliburton Co. received to extinguish fires at Iraqi oil wells has risen to $76.7 million, pushed higher after the government gave Vice President Dick Cheney's former company the added job of restarting Iraq's oil...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersPutting the integrity of the national pastime under a harsh spotlight, a House committee questioned a panel of superstars Thursday about steroids in baseball, eliciting sharp denials from several -- and in the case of retired home run legend Mark McGwire,...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush said yesterday that he had "no doubt" going to war against Iraq was the right action but sidestepped a question about using evidence that turned out to be bogus to bolster his case for toppling Saddam Hussein. Speaking in...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A congressional effort to create a single steroids testing standard for all professional sports gained momentum yesterday but was opposed by NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, who said the league has no widespread steroids problem and can...
Of The Morning CallA revolution is sweeping across the health care industry, and it has turned medicine into big business. Bigger health systems mean better care, say some analysts. Others predict a crisis in which compassion is replaced by Wall Street toughness. Morning...
Tags: Plastic Surgeons, Insurance, AIDS, Medicaid, Medical Services
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