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  • Bruised arm doesn't slow down Lindsey Vonn

     
    A bruised left arm hasn't stopped American skier Lindsey Vonn from retaking the overall lead in the World Cup point standings. Vonn captured her third consecutive World Cup downhill victory in the Austrian Alps this morning, edging out Anja Paerson......
  • 'Chuck': The pains of being Chuck at heart

     
    Looking for coverage of hour one? It's here! "Chuck vs. the Three Words" begins deepening what looks like the main theme of the season: Can Chuck keep his essential self if he becomes a hard-core spy, or is he doomed......
  • Eyewitness accounts differ from sheriff's officials over deputy's detaining of court spokeswoman

     
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court spokeswoman wearing official identification badges was grabbed by a sheriff’s deputy in a downtown courtroom and pushed hard against a wall with her arms pulled behind her before being handcuffed, according to...
  • Vonn gets a grip on slalom, then her psyche in final pre-Olympic races

     
    I was surprised listening to Lindsey Vonn talk about how Sunday's World Cup victory in super-G was a "relief" that would "give her confidence" heading into the Vancouver Olympics. The context to her statements was having had a tactical error......
  • NIH terminates emergency resuscitation trials for cardiac arrest

     
    The National Institutes of Health has prematurely terminated a clinical trial testing two techniques designed to improve survival when paramedics treat heart attack victims, concluding that neither one provided any benefit. One trial tested how much CPR...
  • How the State Department tried to derail Reagan's 'Tear down this wall' speech in Berlin [video]

     
    Twenty years ago today, the Berlin Wall fell, marking the unofficial end of the Cold War. The wall had gone up in the dead of night on Sunday, Aug. 13, 1961, when East German soldiers closed the border to West......
  • MIDDLE EAST: Israel, Hezbollah in warning war

     
    Israel keeps an eye on its northern neighbor. An ear, too. After a long silence during which multiple espionage rings were uncovered in Lebanon, Israel informed the United Nations that it would continue to gather intelligence in Lebanon so long......
  • Obama: Human rights key to Asian future

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, delivering the first major public address of his Asian tour, told an audience in Tokyo -- Saturday morning there, Friday evening here in Washington -- that the United States "will always stand on the......
  • Asymmetrical arm swings may signal Parkinson's disease

     
    Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative illness that can have devastating effects on motor skills, including walking. A new study found that arm-swing asymmetry while walking may be one of the first signs of the disease. In this small study,...
  • Kudos for Obama's peace prize defense of 'just war'

     
    "Barack Obama at his best," said Republican stalwart Pat Buchanan. "I thought it was presidential, scholarly.... It's a speech of a very mature president.... His defense of his country was eloquent.... I hope it's true that he wrote every word......
  • Text of Barack Obama Nobel Prize acceptance lecture

     
    Barack Obama Nobel Prize Acceptance Text, as prepared for delivery and provided by the White House "A Just and Lasting Peace" Your Majesties, Your Royal Highnesses, Distinguished Members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, citizens of America, and...
  • Obama accepts Nobel, seeks 'just peace'

     
    Read a full text of the president's Nobel Lecture below the fold. See the president's speech here and read the full report from Oslo, updated at the conclusion at 8:20 am EST. (Also see, below the fold, the toast that......