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Topic - Taylor
Little League Baseball plans to introduce an educational program for coaches and volunteers intended to raise awareness about the use and dangers of performance-enhancing drugs among young players.
The way the founder of an anti-steroids organization sees it, Alex Rodriguez owes him an explanation.
American adults rank steroid use among adolescents as less of a problem than alcohol, bullying, marijuana and sexually transmitted diseases, according to a study released Thursday that was co-commissioned by baseball's Hall of Fame.
From the colorful, couture frocks worn during her two weddings with actor Richard Burton, to the dazzling ruby and diamond Cartier jewelry set, a gift from her third husband, film producer Mike Todd, "The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor" on display at Christie's auction house in New York tells a passionate story, spanning seven husbands and nearly five decades.
"Survivor: All-Stars" contestant Rupert Boneham may run for governor of Indiana, according to the Associated Press.
Bahrain soccer players are hopeful that success at the 2014 World Cup qualifier can heal the divided nation after months of bloody political unrest.
Fred Funk took a walk around Congressional Country Club last week after qualifying for the U.S. Open and had one thought: "Uh oh - it's going to play long."
It's hard to sum up just how emotional Fred Funk's day at Woodmont Country Club was back on June 6. With his 15-year-old son, Taylor, caddying for him and his wife, Sharon, by his side, Funk qualified for the U.S. Open.
Fred Funk was close to quitting golf. Maybe not forever, but he "just needed to get away from it." His inability to finish a round or play like himself was getting to him.
Atlanta pitching coach Roger McDowell apologized Wednesday in response to a fan's complaint that McDowell spewed homophobic comments, made crude sexual gestures and threatened to knock out his teeth with a bat before the Braves played the San Francisco Giants over the weekend.
Atlanta pitching coach Roger McDowell issued an apology on Wednesday in response to a fan's complaint that McDowell spewed homophobic comments, made crude sexual gestures and threatened to knock out his teeth with a bat before the Braves played the San Francisco Giants over the weekend.
Kitty Kelley has some new words for Elizabeth Taylor.
Brandon Inge hit a game-winning homer, then seemed to speak for many big leaguers when it came to Barry Bonds, drugs and the verdict for baseball's home run king.
"NCIS" star Pauley Perrette met a new music partner on the show's set, but it took a church visit for the pair to see their potential.
A former first lady, singers, a former basketball star and others remember actress Elizabeth Taylor.