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Los Angeles TimesBAGHDAD, Iraq - The killing of Odai and Qusai Hussein has led to a surge of tips to occupying authorities, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said yesterday amid reports that an early morning raid by U.S. troops in Tikrit missed seizing Saddam...
Tags: Iraq, Baghdad (Iraq), U.S. Military, Death, Witnesses
From Wire ReportsTIKRIT, Iraq - U.S. soldiers intensified their search for Saddam Hussein yesterday, launching dozens of raids and detaining more than 175 suspected loyalists to the deposed Iraqi leader. With the raids unfolding here, an Arabic-language television...
Special to The SunJust as he promised, Bernard Williams is bringing home a gold medal to Baltimore. It's the souvenir of a dramatic, come-from-behind triumph for the U.S. men's 400-meter relay team yesterday at the Stade de France, a happy conclusion to a less-than-joyous...
South Florida Sun-SentinelWell, Nick Saban already has shown the whole repertoire this first draft, hasn't he? He's shown conviction. He's shown gamesmanship. He's shown straightforward thinking in taking Ronnie Brown, the ability to play poker in trading Patrick Surtain and to...
The indications as to which direction they would take in the draft were evident well before they made their first selection. The Dolphins had spent the weeks prior to the draft adding bulk and power to the offensive side of the football, and they...
Sun-SentinelDolphins coach Dave Wannstedt showed just how serious he is about improving his team's rushing game in Saturday's NFL Draft. The Dolphins selected Mississippi's Todd Wade -- a monstrous right tackle noted for his run-blocking ability -- with their...
Latimes.com ColumnistTo win two of the biggest games of 1999, the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams both played similarly aggressive first-half football Sunday, repeatedly interspersing first-down passes with passing-down runs. Proving that offense-minded teams can win...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 2, 1995 Charles Burnett, the writer-director of "The Glass Shield," doesn't make movies like anybody else. And since his new film is a police drama, his uniqueness, at least initially, is doubly welcome. He doesn't try to give us a...
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