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Post-earthquake Haiti still choked by rubble PDF Print E-mail
Written by TAMARA LUSH   
Friday, 17 September 2010
Associated Press Writer

PORT-AU-PRINCE — From the dusty rock mounds lining the streets to a National Palace that looks like it’s vomiting concrete from its core, rubble is one of the most visible reminders of Haiti’s devastating earthquake.

Rubble is everywhere in this capital city: cracked slabs, busted-up cinder blocks, half-destroyed buildings that still spill bricks and pulverized concrete onto the sidewalks. Some places look as though they have been flipped upside down, or are sinking to the ground, or listing precariously to one side.

 
Wilkins banned for doping PDF Print E-mail
Written by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS   
Friday, 17 September 2010
KINGSTON — Jamaica’s 400-meter runner Bobby-Gaye Wilkins was banned on Sept. 3 for two years for using a performance-enhancing substance.

Warren Blake of the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association said the runner will be barred from competition until April 2012.

 
WHAT WE THINK: Drain this sewer PDF Print E-mail
Written by EDITORIAL BOARD   
Friday, 17 September 2010

joseph_gallegos_web_fc.jpgThe Wilton Manors city manager, Mr. Joseph Gallegos, has announced that, with the help of the city attorney, he is conducting an investigation into reports that “inappropriate” e-mails were circulated by members of the city’s police department.

 
THE POLITICS OF BLACKNESS: End bet-making in children’s sports PDF Print E-mail
Written by BARBARA HOWARD   
Friday, 17 September 2010

barbarahowardweb.gifNormally I write about politicians or political policy,  but there is another set of politics that rarely gets looked at: the politics of winning.  Let me explain. 


 

 
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