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  • Eighth starter Mylute brings Rosie Napravnik to her first Preakness

    Eighth starter Mylute brings Rosie Napravnik to her first Preakness
    An eighth Preakness starter has been named, and he will bring jockey Rosie Napravnik back to the state where her career began to ride for the first time in its premier race. Mylute, fifth at the Kentucky Derby, will run in the 138th Preakness on...
  • Corporate boards look to high-profile directors

    Corporate boards look to high-profile directors
    When T. Rowe Price Group looked to add a director to its board last month, the Baltimore money manager chose someone with widespread name recognition: former Sen. Olympia J. Snowe of Maine. Earlier this year, Price added another notable figure to its...
  • Syria, Egypt strife sparks surge in cyber attacks: McAfee

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Syria's civil war and political strife in Egypt have thrown up new battlegrounds on the Web and driven a surge in cyber attacks in the Middle East, according to a leading Internet security company. More than half of incidents in the...
  • ESPN denies it quit head injuries documentary over NFL ties

    ESPN denies it quit head injuries documentary over NFL ties
    (Reuters) - ESPN said it has pulled out of a documentary with PBS' "Frontline" about head injuries in the National Football League, but the Walt Disney co-owned sports network denied a media report that its decision was due to pressure from the NFL....
  • Ex-Tyco CEO Kozlowski granted parole

    Eight years after he was found guilty of fraud at Tyco International, former Boca Raton resident and Tyco chief executive Dennis Kozlowski has been granted parole, the New York Times is reporting this morning. Read the New York Times story here:...
  • Resuena la noticia de la mastectomía de Angelina Jolie en el sur de Florida

    Resuena la noticia de la mastectomía de Angelina Jolie en el sur de Florida
    Cuando Angelina Jolie anunció el martes que se había sometido a una mastectomía para evitar su riesgo de padecer cáncer al seno, los expertos en todo el sur de Florida reaccionaron afirmando que al hacerlo había salvado muchas más vidas que la suya....
  • Obama needs to start sweating the small stuff

    Obama needs to start sweating the small stuff
    President Barack Obama likes doing the big things. This is, after all, the man who claimed that his victorious 2008 campaign was "the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal." He was roundly (and rightly) derided...
  • Will Obama launch a drone attack on U.S. soil?

    Will Obama launch a drone attack on U.S. soil?
    Who would have thought that within President Barack Obama beats the heart of a civil rights antediluvian? Could Obama, beloved of the American Civil Liberties Union, be guilty of harboring thoughts of calling down a fatal drone attack on an American...
  • Heat fan who gave middle finger to Bulls' Joakim Noah is Florida widow

    It's the middle finger that flipped across the Internet world — and it belongs to millionaire socialite Filomena "Phyllis" Tobias. The Heat fan from Jupiter flashed an angry bird inches from the face of Chicago Bulls player Joakim Noah Wednesday....
  • What spurred MLB investigation? Disgruntled Biogenesis employee

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  • Mariano Rivera: Breaking bats, and hitters' hearts, for 19 years

    Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford uses just any old bat when he faces Mariano Rivera. The more rickety and age-worn, the better. He knows there's a good chance his bat — and his at-bat — will be doomed by what many consider the most...