Archive For April 2007

Revolution 1, FC Dallas 0

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Taylor Twellman’s goal in the 13th minute was all the New England Revolution needed to beat FC Dallas 1-0 on Sunday.

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Fire 1, Dynamo 0

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Chris Rolfe scored the only goal of the game, Matt Pickens made three saves for his second shutout of the season and the Chicago Fire beat the Houston Dynamo 1-0 on Sunday night.

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Clemson pitcher struggles in loss to Yellow Jackets

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CLEMSON — Some times it just happens. A pitcher pitches so many innings in a season, it’s impossible for him to be perfect in every outing.
Until Sunday’s 6-3 loss to No.24 Georgia Tech, Clemson’s Ryan Hinson had been the closest thing to perfect than any other pitcher on the 19th ranked Tigers’ staff. Heading into Sunday, he had compiled a 4-1 record with a 2.03 ERA and pitched no fewer than 4 innings in any of his 10 starts.

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California highway interchange collapses after tanker catches fire

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A section of freeway that funnels traffic off the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge collapsed early Sunday after a gasoline tanker truck overturned and caught fire, authorities said.

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Calls grow for Olmert, Peretz, to quit after leaks of allegedly damning Lebanon war report

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Members of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s ruling coalition joined opposition lawmakers Sunday in calling for the Israeli leader and his defense minister to resign after parts of a government report criticizing their handling of last year’s war in Lebanon were leaked to local media.

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More than 300,000 Turks protest Islamic-rooted government

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At least 300,000 Turks waving the red national flag flooded central Istanbul on Sunday to demand the resignation of the government, saying the Islamic roots of Turkey’s leaders threatened to destroy the country’s modern foundations.

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Explosion near Shiite shrine in Iraq kills 58; U.S. announces 9 American deaths

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A car bomb exploded Saturday in the Shiite holy city of Karbala as the streets were packed with people heading for evening prayers, killing at least 58 and wounding scores near some of the country’s most sacred shrines.

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Former U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley Braun breaks wrist in mugging outside her Chicago home

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Former U.S. senator and presidential candidate Carol Moseley Braun suffered a broken wrist when a mugger tried to steal her purse, authorities said Saturday.

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Gonzales heckled at Harvard Law School reunion as he poses for picture with old classmates

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A small group of student protesters, including one wearing a black hood and an orange jumpsuit, heckled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales as he posed with old classmates Saturday during their 25-year Harvard Law School reunion.

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How meth came to an Indian reservation and took hold

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Just off the deserted highways, the silver pickup truck eases down quiet streets, its driver offering a numbing tour of a remote reservation framed by the beauty of snowcapped mountains.

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