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Shouts of vindication from around the country suggest the movement's leaders certainly think so. A senior White House adviser insists President Barack Obama learned the Internal Revenue Service had been targeting tea party groups "when it came out in
The bottom-line reason that the Braves are carrying three catchers on their roster is because one of them, Evan Gattis, is capable of hitting a game-changing home run at any time. Tommy Milone went boldly where he didn't want to go Saturday night on
UM women The UM women's tennis team has reached its eighth consecutive Sweet 16 without a player ranked higher than 60th in the nation. FAU 4, FIU 3 (11) FAU's sacrifice fly in the top of the 11th ensured the Owls' fifth consecutive win, and the
Viso posted the fastest lap at Friday's practice for the Indianapolis 500, reaching 229.537 mph before lightning, heavy rain and wind shut things down. Sam Schmidt is content to wait another day before hiring a third driver for the Indianapolis 500.
Genting plans to demolish the newspapers Miami Herald headquarters as part of its plans to construct a luxury hotel with up to 500 rooms and hundreds of luxury condos. A Miami developer plans a massive, privately financed new convention center and
Roy Halladay's trip down rehab road has officially started after Wednesday's surgery in Los Angeles went as well as could be expected, according to Phillies team physician Michael Ciccotti. Adam Wainwright grimaced at the notion that fatigue factored
The Buffalo Bills have promoted Doug Whaley to take over as general manager, replacing Buddy Nix who stepped down earlier this week...But in organized team activities, he looks a different kind of big, smooth and fast. One of the greatest myths
The 57,000-pound Knight Ridder sign, a landmark atop one of downtown San Jose's nicest buildings, is going away...Knight Ridder, the one-time parent of the Mercury News, disappeared seven years ago. The new management wants to rebrand the building as
A joke over beer could turn into a defining moment for a new sport when an international team of six men attempt to mark the 100th edition of the Tour de France by covering the entire distance on kick bikes. At the height of her success, high jumper
Florida City The city will sell about two dozen lots for $1.5 million for redevelopment...Marshall Lee Gore, 49, was convicted in a string of rapes and attacks, including the 1988 murder of exotic dancer Robyn Novick.