Monday, Sep 22, 2014
Will Take Charge retires at 4 with leg injury
Will Take Charge retires at 4 because of leg injury; career earnings topped $3.9 million
Updated: 9 hours ago
Roethlisberger, Steelers top Panthers 37-19
Ben Roethlisberger throws 2 TD passes, Steelers run for 264 yards in 37-19 win over Panthers
Updated: 5 hours ago
US firm in China meat scandal lays off 340 staff
US owner of China meat supplier at center of food safety scandal lays off 340 employees
Updated: 5 hours ago
Cuban baseball opening runs into trouble
Cuban baseball opening runs into trouble, fails to stop flow of departures to major leagues
Updated: 6 hours ago
Gilberto helps Toronto FC beat Chivas USA 3-0
Gilberto has goal, assist to lead Toronto FC past Chivas USA 3-0 in MLS
Updated: 6 hours ago
Australia to prohibit secret service torture
Australia to legislate to prohibit secret service officers from torturing terror suspects
Updated: 6 hours ago
Cuban baseball opening runs into trouble
Cuban baseball opening runs into trouble, fails to stop flow of departures to major leagues
Updated: 6 hours ago
Golf Capsules
Golf Capsules
Updated: 6 hours ago
Baseball Capsules
Sunday's Baseball Capsules
Updated: 6 hours ago
Paul Goydos wins Hawaii Championship
Paul Goydos wins Hawaii Championship for first Champions Tour title
Updated: 5 hours ago
Syria vote isn't last word from Congress on war
Obama's Mideast war plan to face sterner examination from Congress after elections
Updated: 1 hour ago
Accused White House intruder to appear in court
Court appearance scheduled for accused White House intruder, an Army vet who served in Iraq
Updated: 2 hours ago
Russia wants to keep Ukraine off UN radar
Russia happy to keep Ukraine off UN radar as world focuses on Islamic State group and Ebola
Updated: 1 hour ago
Week of diplomacy: Israel-Hamas talks, Abbas at UN
Busy week of Mideast diplomacy, with launch of Israel-Hamas talks, Abbas strategy speech at UN
Updated: 4 hours ago
NASA's Maven spacecraft enters Mars orbit
NASA's Maven spacecraft enters Mars orbit, science work begins in 6 weeks to study atmosphere
Updated: 1 hour ago

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