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Source of Yu funds remain a mystery

ATLANTA - The source of funds that U.S. House candidate Eugene Yu has funneled into his campaign remain a mystery, and his campaign is not returning requests for comment.
Exactly what is fair? Do childhood values heavily influence adult values?

Is it possible that the rampant use of the word "fair" stems from its original use in settling family disputes among children?
Rookie keys another World Series appearance for Cardinals

Led by Wacha, young arms were the key to another World Series appearance for the Cardinals.
The Art of the Steal

Now Playing Synopsis: An art thief-turned-motorcycle daredevil pulls his old crew back together for one last heist in this caper film from writer/director Jonathan Sobol (A Beginner's Guide to Endings). Crunch Calhoun (Kurt Russell) has a reputation for big stunts, and hard landings. Now that years of motorbike mishaps have taken their toll on the aging Crunch, he is tempted back into a life of crime in order to make a buck. Unfortunately, Crunch isn't the best when it comes to choosing his criminal cohorts, and he winds up in prison after being double-crossed by his scheming half-brother Nicky (Matt Dillon). His retirement fund depleted by the time he's released, Crunch sets his sights on one last score that will set him up for life. The mission: Assemble a team, steal the Guttenberg Bible, replace it with a counterfeit, and collect a cool $20 million. With his apprentice Francie (Jay Baruchel), the well-connected Paddy Kenneth Walsh, expert forger Guy (Chris Diamantopoulos), and idea man Nicky by his side, Crunch begins preparations for the job he'll be remembered for. The heist hits the skids, however, when untrustworthy Nicky resorts to his old tricks. But this time Crunch is ready, and as their partnership dissolves he prepares to pull out his ace in the hole. Terence Stamp and Katheryn Winnick co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Kurt Russell, Matt Dillon, Terence Stamp, Jay Baruchel Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

SC senator stumps for climate change

WASHINGTON - Sen. Lindsey Graham makes an unlikely champion for action on climate change.
MLB Notes're a Tigers fan, I'll never stress you out again. If you're not a Tigers fan, you'll never have me as your ace in the hole, convinced I'll blow a lead against your team." Jones went on the disabled list in late July with an injured right...
Ace in the hole helps Herlong

EDGEFIELD, S.C. - Wes Herlong's youth saved him a pocketful of money Saturday at Pine Ridge Country Club, where a hole-in-one helped him shoot 4-under-par 68 to take the first-round lead in the Perry Watson Memorial golf tournament.
GreenJackets lose, play for title tonight

He was honored before Game 2 of the South Atlantic League Championship series as the GreenJackets' most popular player. But Angel Santos would gladly trade the award for a chance to start Thursday night over. With a chance to sweep the series and capture the franchise's third SAL title, the 20-year-old shortstop's three errors opened the door for the Cape Fear Crocs in a 5-4 victory over the Jackets before 1,337 fans at Lake Olmstead Stadium.
Schuerholz had tough decisions in Boone trade

In the second week of November major league general managers gathered at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Naples, Fla., to discuss the game's business and contemplate trades. Among the men who huddled privately during the meetings were 58-year-old Atlanta Braves general manager John Schuerholz and 37-year-old Cincinnati Reds general manager Jim Bowden, who represent the old guard and young turks among the game's 30 general managers.
Hog farmers face dire straits

SPRINGFIELD, S.C. -- A worn, faded sticker on Charles Ray Brown's office door reads: "Run over chicken. Promote pork." It's a tongue-in-cheek slogan he has recited for 47 years -- until last December. For the first time since 1951, the farm that in its heyday held nearly 300 sows and thousands of piglets was barren, save for one 6-month-old top hog that will be butchered this week. Like most animals raised for slaughter, it doesn't have a name, but if asked, Mr. Brown calls her "Sausage."