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Issue 4717

Mariano Rivera Yelled At For Blowing Save

NEW YORK—Following Mariano Rivera's second consecutive blown save Sunday, coaches and executives led the11-time All Star and World Series MVP into an office, slammed the door shut, and reamed him out for several minutes, team sources reported.

Man Raised By Parents Struggling To Adjust To Human Society

MINNEAPOLIS—Two years after his discovery by a team of developmental psychologists, David Sullivan, a man raised by a pair of mated parents, is still struggling to adapt to normal human society, sources confirmed Friday. According to researchers at...

Saving The Dodgers

In an effort to get the Dodgers back on track, Major League Baseball has seized control of the mismanaged franchise from bankrupt owner Frank McCourt.

Covering The Royal Wedding

The media is going to great lengths to cover the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton this Friday, with CNN alone dedicating 125 reporters to the event.

Fort Knox Facts

➤Army base covering 109,000 acres in northern Kentucky ➤Bullion depository opened in 1937 ➤Currently holds 147.3 million ounces of gold ➤Depository built with 16,000 cubic feet of granite, 4,200 cubic yards of concrete, and 1,420 tons of steel

Your Horoscopes - Week Of April 26, 2011

Aries Home is where your heart is, and your lungs and liver too, but despite a monthlong search they'll never find all of you. Taurus For the third excruciating week in a row, you will find yourself power-less to prevent...

Study: Only 4 Scenic Routes Left In Country

WASHINGTON—The Department of Transportation released the findings of a new study Thursday indicating that in the entire continental United States, only four scenic routes suitable for nice, meandering drives and aesthetically pleasing roadside views...
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