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Mitt Romney believes Sochi Games will have 'very adequate security'

NEW YORK - Former U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney believes the 2014 Sochi Olympics should be safe, despite threats of terrorism in Russia.
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Olympics put spotlight on Utah's golden snow

SALT LAKE CITY --- In addition to great powder snow and a long winter, Utah's ski industry is blessed by the lingering buzz of the 2002 Winter Olympics, plus a major nearby airport that makes getting to Salt Lake City easy from other parts of the country.
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Augusta's Ray Whitfield (8-0) will participate in a five-round exhibition match during the Augusta Boxing Club's monthly sparring matches.
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U.S. shuts out Costa Rica

SALT LAKE CITY - With a big pro-American crowd cheering from start to finish, Landon Donovan and Kasey Keller took big steps toward putting the United States in next year's World Cup.
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To the extreme: Winter X going prime time

DENVER -- Snowboarders will slide off rails, motorcyclists will flip over a 70-foot gap, and snowmobilers will trade paint on Aspen's slopes.
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Justice Department wants dismissal of charges heap gifts, cash payments and special treatment on committee members and their families in an effort to win the 2002 Winter Olympics. The government's five-year bribery investigation and prosecution of bid leaders Tom Welch and Dave Johnson...
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Judge dismisses bribery case against Salt Lake City organizers

SALT LAKE CITY -- With a stinging attack on prosecutors, a federal judge threw out the case Friday against two civic leaders accused of bribery for lavishing $1 million in cash, gifts and favors on Olympic officials to bring the 2002 Winter Games to Salt Lake City.
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