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Dozens brawl at toddler's birthday partyupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 09:57:00

Cincinnati, Ohio, police respond to a vicious brawl at a 3-year-old girl's birthday party, CNN affiliate WCPO reports.

Stricker posts record score to lead John Deere Classicupdated: Sat Jul 10 2010 07:33:00

American Steve Stricker recorded the lowest 36-hole score at the John Deere Classic, Friday to lead by one stroke from compatriot Paul Goydos at the TPC Deere Run course in Silvis, Illinois. Ex-NHLer Danton paroled after five years in jailupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 15:02:00

KINGSTON, Ontario (AP) -- Former NHL player Mike Danton says his father, not his agent, was the intended victim of a failed murder-for-hire plot that sent him to prison five years ago.

British group: Worst of the recession is overupdated: Tue Jul 07 2009 06:33:00

The worst of the recession is over, but recovery is not guaranteed, the British Chambers of Commerce said Tuesday. Stacy Keach Suffers Strokeupdated: Thu Mar 19 2009 10:26:00

The Prison Break and The New Mike Hammer has been hospitalized

International Correspondents blogupdated: Wed Mar 18 2009 11:37:00

This month on International Correspondents, model, muse and famous war photographer, the glamourous Lee Miller was one of the only female photojournalists documenting World War Two.

Snow disruption could cost UK economy $5 billionupdated: Tue Feb 03 2009 13:37:00

Questions were being asked Tuesday about how snow in Britain caused so much disruption to travel and education as analysts said the cost to the economy could be as much as £3.5 billion ($5 billion).

Real David Frost remembers 'fascinating' Nixonupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 14:06:00

Though Sir David Frost doesn't see his 1977 interviews with former President Richard Nixon as "an intellectual 'Rocky' " -- in the words of "Frost/Nixon" playwright and screenwriter Peter Morgan -- he does agree that the sessions had their "adversarial" moments.

Frost on 'Frost/Nixon'updated: Thu Jan 22 2009 14:06:00

Atika Shubert talks to Sir David Frost about his thoughts on the new film that recounts his conversations with Richard Nixon.

Review: 'Doubt' dulls its best pointsupdated: Fri Dec 12 2008 08:54:00

"Frost/Nixon" is a fact-based drama, starring Michael Sheen and Frank Langella, about a mid-1970s confrontation between a wily British TV host and a disgraced American president. "Doubt" is a fictional drama, starring Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman, about a mid-1960s confrontation between an imperious Bronx nun in charge of a parochial school and a liberal priest she is convinced has behaved improperly with a student. Hamlet 2: The First One Was Betterupdated: Thu Aug 21 2008 13:00:00

In this ragged Steve Coogan comedy about a struggling actor's hapless high school production, satire goes south Industry Group says UK Facing Recession updated: Mon Aug 18 2008 10:25:00

A recession is likely to descend on Britain within the next six to nine months, the British Chambers of Commerce warned on Monday

Fisher completes all-the-way European winupdated: Sun Jul 06 2008 13:43:00

England's Ross Fisher holed a bunker shot on the last to win the European Open by a massive seven strokes at The London Club in Kent today, defying wind and rain to return a brilliant 20-under-par total of 268.

Fisher tightens grip in European Openupdated: Sat Jul 05 2008 14:25:00

Ross Fisher conjured up the only birdie of the day at the testing 471-yard 18th hole and moved into a three-stroke lead after the third round of the European Open, at The London Club, in Kent.

Fisher breaks course record to lead wayupdated: Thu Jul 03 2008 15:45:00

Englishman Ross Fisher produced the lowest round of his Tour career after shooting a course record nine-under-par 63 to lead the European Open by two strokes after the opening round at the London Club on Thursday.

Dredge and Kaymer share Wales leadupdated: Sat Jun 02 2007 13:36:00

Bradley Dredge and European Tour rookie Martin Kaymer each shot four-under 65 on Saturday to share a one-stroke third-round lead in the Wales Open. He Walks the Vineupdated: Thu Apr 26 2007 15:20:00

I grow all reds -- Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot, Malbec, and Pinotage. I made a blend in 2002 -- Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. It's a nice drinking wine, called the David Frost Par Excellence 2002. Vancsik wins at Madeira Islands Openupdated: Sun Mar 25 2007 14:00:00

SANTO DA SERRA, Madeira Islands (AP) -- Daniel Vancsik shot a 4-under 68 Sunday to win the Madeira Islands Open by seven strokes. Vancsik leads Madeira Islands Openupdated: Fri Mar 23 2007 23:19:00

SANTO DA SERRA, Madeira Islands (AP) - Daniel Vancsik of Argentina shot a 6-under 66 Friday for a one-shot lead halfway through the Madeira Islands Open.

Blair's 'Iraq disaster' interview provokes stormupdated: Sat Nov 18 2006 04:30:00

British Prime Minister Tony Blair provoked a storm Saturday after apparently admitting that the invasion of Iraq by the United States and Britain was "a disaster."

The Nixon-Bush doctrineupdated: Tue Feb 07 2006 15:45:00

Presidents, in wartime, tend to think they're above the law; commanders-in-chief who rule absolutely.

EW: Monty Python's funniest sketchesupdated: Wed Mar 23 2005 10:51:00

"Spamalot" hit Broadway on March 17, and in celebration, Entertainment Weekly remembers Monty Python's 20 best sketches.

Els trails as Cheetham takes leadupdated: Sat Dec 11 2004 10:38:00

Englishman Neil Cheetham, who only made this season's Tour with a last hole eagle in qualifying school, took a one-stroke lead after three rounds of the Dunhill Championship in Malaleane, South Africa.

O'Hern, Tunnicliff lead at Diageoupdated: Fri Jun 11 2004 04:17:00

Nick O'Hern continued his double mission to claim his first European Tour title and a British Open place when he took a share of the lead in the storm affected first round at the Diageo Championship.

BoE raises key interest rateupdated: Thu Feb 05 2004 06:57:00

The Bank of England has raised its key interest rate a quarter point to 4.0 percent, as widely expected, in an effort to ease inflation concerns as the economy picks up speed.

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