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  • Preakness winners: Every Preakness winner from 1873 to the present

    Here is the list of every past Preakness winner. 2011 - Shackleford 2010 - Lookin at Lucky 2009 - Rachel Alexandra 2008 - Big Brown 2007 - Curlin 2006 - Bernardini 2005 - Afleet Alex 2004 - Smarty Jones 2003 - Funny Cide 2002 - War Emblem...
  • Obama's luck token charms Indians

     
    by Laurie Goering NEW DELHI -- Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, already running ahead of his Republican rival John McCain in international popularity, has won a host of new fans in India since a photo published earlier this month revealed.....
  • Obama's ecumenical national prayer

     
    by Tom Hamburger President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrived at Washington's National Cathedral this morning for a prayer service that traces its origins to the inauguration of President George Washington. Obama carries on that...
  • Despite protests, mass animal sacrifice to go on as planned in Nepal

     
    Katmandu, Nepal -- A Hindu festival in which thousands of animals are expected to be sacrificed will go ahead as scheduled in southern Nepal despite protests, organizers said Friday. The Gadhimai festival, celebrated every five years, is attended by many....
  • Music Review: John Adams goes for ecstasy in the Los Angeles Philharmonic's West Coast, Left Coast festival

     
    California is big and ungovernable, and there are many theories as to why we are the way we are. Phil Lesh, the thoughtful Grateful Dead bassist, had a good one Saturday afternoon. Every culture has run downhill to California, he......
  • 'Lost': What ifs and might have beens

     
    When you think about it, "Lost" has always been a show about a bunch of people in moments of crisis who summarily had their lives interrupted by a giant, world-spanning mystery of epic proportions. When the producers of the show......
  • Obama to birthers: knock it off. At prayer breakfast, he also tells religious leaders to stop targeting gays

     
    The National Prayer Breakfast is usually a low-key affair. The gathering of leaders in politics, business and religion has been attended by every U.S. president since Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953. Usually the eggs and orange juice mingle with calls......
  • Show Tracker gets 'Lost' on AOL's 'Instant Dharma'

     
    Did being inside Smokey's head leave you spinning last night? Do you feel you need a little more help sorting out the numbers and the names and -- God help us -- Sawyer's nasty drawers? We appeared on AOL's new......
  • 'Lost' Wednesdays: 'Well, I guess I better put some pants on'

     
    So, somewhat predictably, much of the discussion of Tuesday's "Lost," "The Substitute," has focused on that scene where fake Locke took Sawyer to that weird little cave and showed him all of the names Jacob had scratched on the walls......
  • 'Lost' Wednesdays: 'I just lied to a samurai'

     
    Despite everything, "Lighthouse" has ended up being a pretty divisive episode of "Lost." Some of the show's fans and critics loved the episode for tossing out some big picture kind of stuff. Some of the others, though, thought the episode......
  • Monster Mash: Catholic Church sues over Rio's Christ statue; Abel Ferrara headed to Broadway; Indian artist offered sanctuary

     
    -- Iconic figure: Brazil's Catholic Church is suing Columbia Pictures for using what it claims to be unauthorized images of Rio's famous "Christ the Redeemer" statue in the recent movie "2012." (Agence France-Presse) -- Career makeover: Filmmaker Abel...