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Blackburn Puts Brakes on Chelsea With Draw

Chelsea was held to a 2-2 home draw by bogey team Blackburn Rovers on Saturday as the big-spending London club dropped its first points of the English Premier League season.

Tursunov Exceeds His Dreams

When Dmitri Tursunov came to the United States Open, he came without a coach, a home or expectations of anything more than a few days at a friend's house.

Five Russians Into 4th Round

Anastasia Myskina led the way at the U.S. Open on Saturday as five Russian women reached the fourth round of a grand slam event for the first time.

Iraqi Blast Kills Top Cleric, 84 Others

A car bombing of the Imam Ali shrine in the holy Shiite city of Najaf on Friday killed 85 people, including a leading Shiite Muslim cleric. Police have arrested 19 men -- many of them foreigners and all with admitted links to al-Qaida, a senior Iraqi investigator said, while Shiite mourners called for revenge at the cleric's funeral Sunday.

North Korea Summit Ends in More Bluster

North Korea took less than a day to break one of the modest agreements it had made with the United States and four other nations during talks on its nuclear program: a promise not to say anything to aggravate the 10-month nuclear standoff.

Aide to Blair Resigns After Testifying at Kelly Inquiry

Alastair Campbell, the combative, acid-tongued aide who shaped and guarded Prime Minister Tony Blair's image and became a key figure in the crisis over the government's Iraq policy, announced his resignation Friday.

Forgiveness and Resurrection

It's the eternal enigma: Why is no one ever fired or prosecuted? Why are even those who confess to serious crimes forgiven and promoted?

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