Sunday, July 31, 2005

Edited by Victor Cuvo

Bill Garner

Bill Garner

Bloomberg's Profiling Policy Questioned

Moscow at Risk
By Adam Wilkinson
Blink and you'll miss it. The extremely rapid pace of development in Moscow is destroying historic buildings and neighborhoods with character, seriously damaging the unique sense of place these impart and consequently the potential for tourism. But it is not too late for Moscow's remarkable heritage.

Bomb suspect in Rome to fight extradition
The suspect held in Rome in connection with the failed London bomb attacks of July 21 will fight extradition, said his lawyer. The other three suspects remain in custody in London.

Pervez Musharraf
General Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan's military ruler, orders up to 1,400 foreign students attending Islamic madrassah schools in Pakistan to leave the country.


Why Truman Dropped the Bomb Read/Printer-Friendly

Dick Durbin’s Evolving Standard of Decency READ/printer-friendly

Hearns, 46, ends 5-year layoff with TKO win
Thomas HearnsAP
Thomas Hearns (right) improved to 60-5-1 with a victory in his first fight since 2000.
Thomas Hearns career record.

Roy Jones Jr.
It wasn't so long ago that
Roy Jones Jr was the most intimidating fighter in the world.

Time to hang 'em up?

Jones should give his storied career a long, hard look PRINT THIS

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Lance Armstrong Joins Rocky Marciano
Lance Armstrong recently made cycling history by winning his seventh consecutive Tour de France. Armstrong also joined a very small number of professional athletes by retiring on top. That is, of course, assuming that Armstrong is true to his word and really HAS retired from the sport. If Armstrong were a boxer, it would be hard to take him at his word. Why? Boxers – especially the great ones - are notorious for retiring and un-retiring over and over again. Rocky Marciano is boxing’s closest parallel to Armstrong in terms of leaving on top. So how did some other all-time great fighters do in their FINAL fights? Let’s take a look . . .


Animal Shelter Problem in Gwinnett (Lawrenceville, GA)

Garland police: Bike theft led to teen's shooting
Quick |
Stealing a bicycle may have proved fatal for a Garland teenager. Officers responding to a shooting call just after 2:30 a.m. Saturday found 16-year-old Dequorius Allen in Toyah Creek Lane in Garland.

Sharing the Dream: New to ECU, McKee wants to push students into...
Daily Reflector |
Forty Years ago Sallye McKee was told by a college counselor not to major in biology, because she was a black woman.

The worst of both worlds
Efrain Limon, 29, of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, has used heroin and crack for 13 years.
Houston Chronicle | 5 hours ago
MEXICO STREET DRUGS: Mexico has long been a pipeline for drugs into the United States.