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Phillies Beat Washington's New Team 8-4      04/04/05

Washington's new team was outshined by Philadelphia's new players. Kenny Lofton hit a three-run homer and Jon Lieber pitched 5 2-3 effective innings, leading the Phillies to an 8-4 victory Monday in the first game played by the Washington Nationals on Monday. more...

Tar Heels Give Williams Another Title Shot      04/03/05

For a while there, Roy Williams must have had flashbacks of Final Fours past. Not to worry. Spurred on by a passionate halftime speech from Williams, North Carolina showed off a dizzying display of weapons in the second half and cruised to an 87-71 victory over Michigan State on Saturday night, putting Williams once again within reach of his first title. more...

Cancer Patients Exposed to High Radiation      04/03/05

Dozens of patients at a cancer treatment center were exposed to radiation levels 50 percent stronger than they were supposed to receive because a radiation machine was improperly installed. more...

Yankees, Red Sox Ready to Go at It Again      04/02/05

Might as well dive right in, start the season in style. Yankees-Red Sox: Ring the bell for Round 3. After 52 hard-fought games the past two years, baseball's best rivalry resumes Sunday night with the 2005 major league opener. And it's a marquee matchup on the mound — Randy Johnson will make his New York debut against ex-Yankee David Wells. more...

Computer Helps Detect Small Breast Cancers      04/02/05

A computer-aided detection system can help radiologists spot small breast tumors that may otherwise be missed, results of a study show. The system detected 92 percent of cancers that were 5 millimeters in size or smaller. more...

Pope John Paul II dies at age 84; world in mourning      04/02/05

Others mentioned include Brazilian Cardinal Claudio Hummes, Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras, Cardinal Francis Arinze, a Vatican-based more...

Bowdoin College devotes week to fighting poverty      04/01/05

With fresh memories of their trips to places such as Nicaragua, Peru, Washington, DC, and Harlem, ASB participants kicked off Bowdoin's first kNOw Poverty Week more...

Utah's Bogut Selected AP Player of Year      04/01/05

Andrew Bogut parleyed an international basketball background into an All-American story. The 7-footer grew up in Australia with a passion for the game nurtured by his parents, both natives of Croatia. The desire to test himself against the best convinced Bogut to attend college in the United States, a stint at Utah that lasted two years and was capped Friday by his selection as The Associated Press player of the year. more...

Bush Order Allows Isolation of Those with Bird Flu      04/01/05

President Bush issued a directive on Friday allowing authorities to detain or isolate any passenger suspected of having avian flu when arriving in the United States aboard an international flight. more...

S. Carolina Tops Saint Joe's to Win NIT      03/31/05

Carlos Powell's final collegiate game went better than Pat Carroll's. Tarence Kinsey drilled a 3-pointer from the right elbow with 1.3 seconds remaining Thursday night to give South Carolina its first NIT championship, 60-57 over Saint Joseph's. more...

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