Saturday, February 26, 2005

Headline News 2005-02-26

From Sports Illustrated:
Schwarzenegger: No steroid regrets
Barry Bonds appreciates the support

From CNN
Egypt announces democratic reform
Howard Dean taking notes

From CNN:
Amnesty International founder dead
Donald Rumsfeld cannot account for his whereabouts

From CNN:
Mudslides push families from homes
Genetically-altered Dairy Queen desserts go on rampage

From CNN:
School to drop 'Dummer' from name
Will be know only as "Dumb And High School"

From CNN:
Watch 'Dukes of Hazzard,' earn $100,000
With that kind of money, you could buy a new refigerator for the front porch, get a double-wide, a velvet Elvis in every room, and have enough left over to get Braves season tickets for the whole family, even the cousins

Thompson shot self while talking with wife
Had enough of her nagging

From CNN:
FCC rejects complaint involving 'Angel'
Ruling: Della Reese's love scene did not violate standards

From CNN:
NAACP honors Prince
Thanks Charles for not being Black

From :CNN
Giant panda skeleton found
Police say more may be found, Ling-Ling could be first panda serial killer

From CNN:
Astronomers have discovered an invisible galaxy
After public bought story of invisible hole in atmosphere, this was next logical prank for scientists to pull

From CNN:
Canada opts out
Decides mooses, drunken hockey fans not worth saving

Killing suspect says he's not guilty
Adds: "Oh, and, uh, the check's in the mail. It was mailed by my wife ... Morgan Fairchild."

From WGAL:
Man hit by train
Train charged with assault, has history of violence

From WCVB:
Docs report spike in young athlete injuries
Mystery why so many young athletes have been injured by spikes

From KCRA:
Plan for new arena falls apart
Planning for new arenas to fall apart will save demolition costs down the road

From WPLG:
Panhandling changes approved
Panhandling paper money still under discussion

From KPRC:
Authorities: Men threaten Pentagon
Building ignored threats

From CNN/Money:
Wal-Mart ordered to stop harassing help
Can still harass customers

From BBC:
TV after Saddam
Guards protect former Iraq leader from rampaging RCA Big Screen

From BBC:
Zimbabwe shuts another newspaper
Folds it, puts it away

From Indianapolis Star:
President Bush to speak at Notre Dame next week
Tells GOP: "Sometime, when the team is up against it -- and the breaks are beating the boys -- tell them to go out there with all they got and win just one for the Gipper"

From BBC:
Newest Saturn moons given names
Eyes will be open with week

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