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Sharapova Turns It on to Stun Henin

Reputations count for little in Grand Slam tennis as champion Serena Williams and world No. 1 Justine Henin found out Tuesday, both put to the sword at the quarterfinal stage of the Australian Open.

Tempers Flare in Democratic Debate

The Associated Press
Barack Obama began speaking out more aggressively against his rival Hillary Clinton in a heated debate, as the Democratic presidential race grew increasingly combative ahead of the pivotal South Carolina primary.

No Flood So Far From Schengen's Expansion

Fears that hordes of illegal immigrants would pour into the European Union once border controls for nine mostly Eastern European nations were abolished a month ago appear, at least for now, to have been unfounded.

Oscar Nominations Announced As Strike Casts Doubt on Show

Combined Reports
""No Country for Old Men"" and ""There Will Be Blood"" led with eight Academy Awards nominations each Tuesday, among them best picture and acting honors for Daniel Day-Lewis and Javier Bardem.

Dealing With Winter Hazards

Moscow's winter can bring all kinds of dangers, from falling icicles to de-icing chemicals.

Old Favorite Gets a Lift

Tibet Kitchen, one of the city's most enduring Asian restaurants, has teamed up with Doug Steele, one of the city's best-known expat restauranteurs, to undergo a revamp just in time for the new year.

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