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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Twelve years after television broadcasts made it a wartime celebrity, the once-vaunted Patriot missile returned to the limelight yesterday to defend allied troops in the Kuwaiti desert and perhaps restore its shattered good name. Pentagon...
Tags: Civil Unrest, New England Patriots, Defense, Gaming, Kuwait
In 1994, back when Street Fighter II was king of the arcade and Super Nintendo ruled at home, classic gaming outfit Namco released an arcade game that would dethrone them all. Tekken was the first good-looking 3-D fighting game, making 2-D Street...
Sun National StaffSecond in a series MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Sunday mornings, there is God. Sunday afternoons, guns. After sitting in the pews of their Lutheran church, the Montest family will load up their white Chevy Suburban with guns, ammo and safety gear, and head out...
The Wall Street JournalIn recent years, McDonald's Corp. has puzzled over how to expand beyond two core markets, young men and children. But now, it is facing a bigger problem: the loss of some of its kids' business. Sales of its Happy Meals have fallen three years in a row....
Tags: Gaming, Obesity, Marketing, Hamburgers, Sandwiches
The Orange County RegisterNEWPORT COAST, Calif. - A thick, black tarp drapes the front iron gate of Kobe Bryant's $4.1 million Mediterranean-style home in the exclusive Ocean Ridge area. Three private security vehicles with tinted windows patrol the cul-de-sac and surrounding...
Sun StaffOne was an Arab-American Muslim; the other was an evangelical Christian from Polish stock. One was a peace studies major learning how to resolve conflicts; the other was a scout sniper Marine training to kill. One opposed the war in Iraq; the other lost...
SunSpot Staff++++++++++++++++++++ || || || Go Falco! Go Keanu! Extras at the PSINet Stadium cheer for Falco (aka Keanu Reeves). (SunSpot photo by Sonya Ko) || ++++++++++++++++++++ In the early '90s when Charlie Sheen was still considered a good -- if somewhat...
Sun National StaffTomorrow, on Ray Lewis' 25th birthday, characters will converge in an unfolding drama that mixes pro football, celebrity, money, politics, rap music, wild parties, street brawling and homicide. Performing in an Atlanta courtroom will be some of the city'...
Tags: Justice System, Gaming, Football, Baltimore Ravens, Murder
ReutersMicrosoft Corp. is unveiling its new Xbox game console, eight years after the last version. The small device faces some big competition from the PlayStation 4 by Sony Corp. and the Wii U by Nintendo Co. and a shifting market. Gamers are gravitating to...
Tags: Consumer Goods Industries, Gaming, Wii, Sony Corp., Apple Inc.
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesAs a showcase for modern technology, “Tearaway” for Sony's hand-held gaming machine the Vita may not at first seem to […]...
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