RiverDogs edge Jackets

Jackets fall to RiverDogs

Sluggish Braves lose to Blue Jays

Cone has a perfect day

Braves continue slump

Braves notes: Lopez satisfied with first day behind plate

Maddux undergoes eye surgery

Minor league umpires issue complaints but no strike threat

All-Star Burnitz goes on DL

Braves notebook: Klesko makes wrong turn, hurts back

A hairy situation for Evans' Greene

Braves continue slump

Aiken Post 26 errors propel Georgetown

Vacancy
Things could be turning around for Washington Plaza shopping center.

Hewlett-Packard picks CEO

Johnston will lose 150 jobs
JOHNSTON, S.C. -- More than 150 workers will be out of a job after Sept. 24 when Stone Apparel closes its doors.

Vacancy

U.S. Battery to come
It appears U.S. Battery has selected Richmond County as the site for its long-awaited expansion project.

Johnston will lose 150 jobs

Additional business news
Dow industrials see slight decrease...SouthTrust has record earnings...Columbia/HCA reports dividend...Uptons department stores to close...

U.S. Battery to come

Lawyers: Insurance fund misused
WASHINGTON -- An organization of lawyers that represents investors says the insurance fund created by federal law to protect their clients isn't doing its job. The group wants Congress to intervene.

Hewlett-Packard picks CEO
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Just hours after taking charge of the second-largest computer company in the world, Carleton Fiorina already was clamoring for change.

Repairman says typewriters not yet extinct
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Not long ago, back before the world of word processors existed, folks like typewriter repairman Don Gilbert populated the landscape.

Mankind takes one giant leap
Near the equator of the moon -- for eternity or until a passing piece of space junk scores a bull's eye -- stands a strange platform swaddled in gold foil, a monument to the most daring of the 20th century's scientific expeditions.

Top stories narrow to 10 choices
The Augusta Chronicle received hundreds of responses when we asked readers to rank the top world and national news stories from each decade of the 20th century.

Wants Commission incumbents out

Contrasts Norwood versus Democrat

Cabbies rout buses

Fegan races past river record

Be 'patient' on reform

Relates Coverdell veterans' record

Wants blood donors to be paid

Relates arrest, medication denial

Jabs columnist for bad grammar

Wants `decent' health care for all

Speaks out on Columbia racetrack

Wants NAACP to back veterans

Woodstock `99
This year's roster of performers includes Elvis Costello, the Dave Matthews Band, Jewel, Korn, Limp Bizkit, Metallica, Willie Nelson, Rage Against the Machine, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sheryl Crow, Korn, Insane Clown Posse...

Concert survival requires planning
There are still plenty of tickets left for the three-day Woodstock music festival in Rome, N.Y.

Woodstock `99
This year's roster of performers includes Elvis Costello, the Dave Matthews Band, Jewel, Korn, Limp Bizkit, Metallica, Willie Nelson, Rage Against the Machine, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sheryl Crow, Korn, Insane Clown Posse...

In the Know
Graphic apparel manufacturer Ralph Marlin has come out with a series of silk ties and knit boxers based on the Beatles 1968 animated adventure, Yellow Submarine.

The new and improved Woodstock
Forget the ``garden'' where the original Woodstock festival was held 30 years ago. Woodstock '99 will blast off next week from an abandoned Air Force base, its entrance still guarded by a full-scale B-52 bomber.

Bowden clan set for wild season

Dolphins coach marries longtime girlfriend in Florida Keys

Seminoles overwhelming pick as best of conference

Quarterbacks sweat in Bowden's offense

George MacIntyre goes on the offense in battle with MS

Three generations to compete in Games
The Georgia Games are a family affair for racquetball player Bob Miller. Three generations of his family will participate in the Games this week.

Soccer shortened to two-day event
Soccer enthusiasts will have to wait until Saturday to see their sport in the Georgia Games.

The new and improved Woodstock

In the Know

Woodstock `99

Woodstock `99

Concert survival requires planning

New agency to help rebuild district

Miller testifies at trial

Jury convicts murder suspect

Jury convicts murder suspect
AIKEN -- A jury rejected a defense conspiracy theory Tuesday, convicting an 18-year-old native of Thailand of pulling the trigger in the 1997 murder of an Aiken pawn shop owner.

Convict blames cohort
AIKEN -- Curtis Kesl retold his account of murder Monday. Testifying in court, he blamed the 1997 killing of an Aiken pawn shop owner on a teen-ager who wanted to steal guns no matter what the cost.

Area briefs: Woman hears from missing husband
A Harlem man reported missing July 2 has told his wife he is living in another state, authorities said Tuesday.

Spirituals designated state music
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Gov. Jim Hodges locked on to almost three centuries of history when he signed into law a bill designating Negro Spirituals as the newest South Carolina symbol.

Tall order

City considers dropping bus route

Area briefs: Woman hears from missing husband

Miller testifies at trial
ATLANTA -- Former Georgia Gov. Zell Miller testified Monday in the mail-fraud trial of suspended Sen. Diana Harvey Johnson that he never suspected a lawmaker would seek a state grant for personal profit.

Mankind takes one giant leap

Area briefs: Bears spotted in Columbia County

Governor shows off quarters

Tall order
Tall orderKirby Frazier of Augusta's trees and landscape department surveys damage from the roof of a home at K

Manufactured homes key in debate

Across the area
Officers search for area teen-ager ... Driver charged in fatal wreck ... Lynching site to get marker

Girls' soccer interest kicks in

Home front: Skier says privacy may hurt sport's future

School labeling praised

Freewheeling

Across the area

Child killed by sanitation truck
A 2-year-old Warrenton boy died Monday afternoon after being crushed under the wheels of a city sanitation truck, police said.

Spirituals designated state music

Media flock to island
ST. MARYS, Ga. -- Members of the media from across the nation, in search of information about the Cumberland Island wedding of John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette, descended on this tiny hamlet during the weekend, seeking scraps of detail about the nuptials three years ago.

Agency getting new home

School labeling praised
ALLENDALE, S.C. -- Allendale County officials may feel embarrassed and hurt by the state classifying their schools as ``impaired.'' But others who have lived through the process say it does bring positive change.

Freewheeling
Karl Peterson, 14, rides his bicycle on one wheel while traveling along Emmett Street, enjoying Monday afternoon's 90-degree temperatures with friends Corey Smith, left, and Calvin Blount (not pictured).

Child killed by sanitation truck

Crime falling in area

Governor shows off quarters
ATLANTA -- Georgians, already accustomed to seeing their state symbol -- the peach -- adorning the license plates of the cars in front of them, now will have the state's most famous product jingling in their pockets.

Agency getting new home
A few months ago, patrons filed into the cavernous building on North Augusta's Buena Vista Avenue looking for good luck on a bingo card.

Manufactured homes key in debate
MERRIWETHER COMMUNITY, S.C. - Opponents of zoning in Edgefield County lined the way to Merriwether Elementary School with ``Stop Zoning'' signs and packed the school's auditorium for the next to the last public meeting Monday on a proposed zoning ordinance.

Crime falling in area
Ronald Strength hates numbers, even when they look this good. ``You can make them say anything you want,'' the sheriff's chief deputy said last week about recently released statistics on violent and property crimes in Richmond County during the first six months of 1999.

South Carolina coast attracts eco-tourists
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Tourists tired of miniature golf and crowded beaches are finding other ways to vacation along the Carolina coast.

Home front: Skier says privacy may hurt sport's future
Jimmy Spears, a long-time waterskier, is learning to share. Waterskiing can be an extremely selfish sport, he says. And sharing smooth water is often a difficult act of altruism for the avid skier. But this year, at the Georgia Games Championships' first waterskiing competition, Mr. Spears and other waterskiing fanatics will open Storm Branch Lake, which they privately lease, for public competition.

Repairman says typewriters not yet extinct

Girls' soccer interest kicks in
She is grace and determination, agility and grit, hard knocks and fluid motion -- a new kind of female warrior laying claim to her field.

Convict blames cohort

City considers dropping bus route
There are few chances for immediate gratification in the U.S. Army. A taxi cab is one of them.

Top stories narrow to 10 choices

New agency to help rebuild district
Efforts to rebuild Laney-Walker Historic District have a new focal point.

State high court hears neighborhood dispute

Deputy's sentence includes apology
A fired Richmond County sheriff's deputy accused of beating a suspect last year has been sentenced to one year of probation and ordered to write a letter of apology to be published in three weekly newspapers.

County could get ordinances on Y2K

Area briefs: Bears spotted in Columbia County
Columbia County residents have reported sightings of black bears, but a Georgia wildlife official said Monday the animals should not pose a threat to public safety.

Deputy's sentence includes apology

County could get ordinances on Y2K
Columbia County may have a series of ordinances to regulate a state of emergency if chaos reigns on New Year's Day.

State high court hears neighborhood dispute
ATLANTA -- A spat between Effingham County neighbors over whether their subdivision's restrictive covenants prohibit skeet shooting, racing and hunting has risen to the state's highest court.

Mrs. Carolyn Quiller
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mrs. Carolyn K. Thurmond Quiller, 61, of 230 Stephens Road, died Saturday, July 17, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Mr. Nathaniel Thomas
ATLANTA -- Mr. Nathaniel M. Thomas, 59, of 435 Peyton Road S.W., died Thursday, July 15, 1999, at Piedmont Hospital.

Mr. Henry White Jr.
AIKEN -- Mr. Henry G. White Jr., 76, of 2024 Joyner Pond Road, died Sunday, July 18, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Monroe Kimbrel
Mr. Monroe Kimbrel, 82, died Saturday, July 17, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Edward Glover
LOUISVILLE, Ga. -- Mr. Edward ``Snap'' Glover, 91, of 610 Caldwell St., died Sunday, July 18, 1999.

Mrs. Ruby Hurt
McRAE, Ga. -- Mrs. Ruby Lee Anderson Hurt, 90, of Route 1, died Friday, July 16, 1999, at McRae Manor Nursing Home.

Mr. Kenneth Lockamy
GRACEWOOD, Ga. -- Mr. Kenneth Edward Lockamy, 70, died Sunday, July 18, 1999, at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mr. Lawrence Lockett Sr.
THOMSON -- Mr. Lawrence Lockett Sr., 85, of 225 Gordon St., died Sunday, July 18, 1999, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. John Southerland Sr.
GREENWOOD, S.C. -- Mr. John Grover Southerland Sr., 79, of 1412 Sanka St., died Sunday, July 18, 1999, at his residence.

Ms. Mozell Harris
Ms. Mozell Harris, 98, of 3399 Ray Owens Road, Appling, died Monday, July 12, 1999, at Lake Crossing Health Center.

Mrs. Lillian Shivers
SPARTA, Ga. -- Mrs. Lillian Shivers, 74, of Route 1, died Wednesday, July 14, 1999, at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Miss Lucille Quattlebaum
AIKEN -- Miss Lucille Quattlebaum, 90, of 414 Laurens St. N.W., died Wednesday, July 14, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Dennis Deas
GRACEWOOD, Ga. -- Mr. Dennis L. Deas, 88, of 4110 Gracewood Drive, died Monday, July 19, 1999, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Charles George II
MILLEN, Ga. -- Mr. Charles Joseph ``Chip'' George II, 19, of 305 Pinehaven St., died Sunday, July 18, 1999, at Memorial Medical Center, Savannah.

Mr. Washington Tucker
GROVETOWN -- Mr. Washington Tucker, 70, of Sanders Road, died Monday, July 19, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Lydia Trapp
LINCOLNTON, Ga. -- Mrs. Lydia S. Trapp, 99, of 1768 Georgia Highway 220 W., died Saturday, July 17, 1999.

Mr. Vernon Smith
Mr. Vernon Ottis Smith, 53, of 3703 Warsaw Court, died Wednesday, July 14, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Alton Thompson
LOUISVILLE, Ga. -- Mr. Alton Thompson, 38, of 415 Yazoo St., died Friday, July 16, 1999, at Central Hospital, Milledgeville.

Mr. Grover Brzozowski Jr.
HEPHZIBAH -- Mr. Grover S. ``Ski'' Brzozowski Jr., 67, of 4398 Fairbluff Road, died Thursday, July 15, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Cleveland Cue
NEW YORK -- Mr. Cleveland B. Cue, 41, of 1579 Metropolitan Ave., Apartment 12-F, Bronx, died Monday, July 12, 1999.

Mrs. Margaret Martin
Mrs. Margaret M. Burroughs Martin, 73, of Evans, died Sunday, July 18, 1999, at Columbia Augusta Medical Center.

Mrs. Heartha Simmons
Mrs. Heartha Simmons, of 1101 Summer St., died Thursday, July 15, 1999, at Beverly Manor Nursing Home.

Mrs. Emily Lambert
WRENS, Ga. -- Mrs. Emily Bragg Lambert, 71, of 2433 Old Quaker Road, died Saturday, July 17, 1999, at Columbia Augusta Medical Center, Augusta.

Mr. Lewis Clark
GIBSON, Ga. -- Mr. Lewis William Clark, 75, of 434 Beall Springs Road, died Saturday, July 17, 1999, at Gibson Health and Rehabilitation Center.

Mrs. Janell Jones
JESUP, Ga. -- Mrs. Janell Holton Jones, 60, died Sunday, July 18, 1999.

Mr. Leonard Padgett Sr.
TRENTON, S.C. -- Mr. Leonard W. Padgett Sr., 78, of 2601 Edgefield Road, died Saturday, July 17, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Mary Poole
TENNILLE, Ga. -- Mrs. Mary Frances Poole, 39, of 3222 Georgia Highway 68 S., died Saturday, July 17, 1999, at Washington County Regional Medical Center, Sandersville.

Mr. George Morgan Sr.
BARTOW, Ga. -- Mr. George Morgan Sr., 84, of 4139 Georgia Highway 24 W., died Thursday, July 15, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Anna Bailey
WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, Ohio -- Mrs. Anna Katherine Bailey, 96, died Saturday, July 17, 1999, at her residence.

Mr. Washington Tucker

Mrs. Lillian Shivers

Mrs. Mary Poole

Mr. Edward Glover

Mrs. Janell Jones

Mrs. Heartha Simmons

Mr. Dennis Deas

Ms. Mozell Harris

Mr. Vernon Smith

Mr. Lawrence Lockett Sr.

Mrs. Carolyn Quiller

Mr. Cleveland Cue

Mr. Grover Brzozowski Jr.

Mrs. Lydia Trapp

Mr. Kenneth Lockamy

Mr. George Morgan Sr.

Mrs. Anna Bailey

Mr. Leonard Padgett Sr.

Mrs. Margaret Martin

Mr. Charles George II

Mr. Nathaniel Thomas

Mr. Alton Thompson

Mrs. Ruby Hurt

Miss Lucille Quattlebaum

Mr. John Southerland Sr.

Mr. Lewis Clark

Mrs. Emily Lambert

Don't spy on Americans, pass HR 850
Suppose the police said, ``Everyone must deposit a key to his house and a key to his post office box at the police station. Trust us not to pry into your affairs, let the keys fall into the wrong hands or otherwise abuse your trust.''

Augusta's challenge: addressing pollution
AUGUSTA HAS an air quality problem. Or does it? The local problem is because of local industry. Or is it? Local suburban drivers are causing the problem. Or are they?

Monroe Kimbrel
Augusta, the state of Georgia and the entire nation suffered a loss Saturday in the death, at age 83, of Monroe Kimbrel.

Gore's wage gap
There appears to be no end to Vice President Al Gore's hypocrisy. He has this dreadful habit of decrying practices that he himself indulges in -- such as earlier in his tenure when he denounced smoking after accepting Big Tobacco campaign money.

Scrap PBS subsidies!
Conservatives (except for members of the John Birch Society) aren't as susceptible to believing in ``vast left-wing conspiracies'' as, say, liberals like first lady Hillary Clinton believe in ``vast right-wing conspiracies.''

Jabs columnist for bad grammar
I read the first sentence (and no more) of David Sisler's July 17 column where he writes: ``There is nothing more precious than a child, I know first hand, because God blessed Bonnie and I with four of them.'' Gould B. Hagler, Augusta

Contrasts Norwood versus Democrat
David Bell's apparent intention to again challenge U.S. Rep. Charlie Norwood, R-Ga., is a welcomed opportunity to examine the difference in their philosophies -- for herein is the battle for the heart and soul of America. Jane H. Dennis, Augusta

Remembers biracial political friends
The July 14 article by Don Rhodes on the Dent brothers caught my eye, so I'd like to add a few extras.Dr. James L. Adkins, Augusta

Be 'patient' on reform
Never mind President Clinton's threat to veto the Senate's GOP-passed patients' rights bill. The Senate measure is just the start. The bill goes to the House and likely to a conference committee later.

Relates Coverdell veterans' record
Merle Tarr's recent letter regarding veterans' medical care is wrong, particularly when it comes to the record of Sen. Paul Coverdell, R-Ga., on veterans issues.Floyd E. Felts, Evans

Cabbies rout buses
The buses are bust as far as the new service from Fort Gordon to Augusta are concerned. City and transit department officials fulfilled a request from the Fort commander, Maj. Gen Peter Cuviello, to run a bus route through the military base on weekends after paydays.

Relates arrest, medication denial
... My father, the Rev. Timothy Fellows, was again released from the Augusta jail without posting any bond (after he was again arrested at the Augusta Mall for Christian literature distribution). They kept him for about 24 hours.Tim Fellows Jr., Augusta

Augusta's challenge: addressing pollution
AUGUSTA HAS an air quality problem. Or does it? The local problem is because of local industry. Or is it? Local suburban drivers are causing the problem. Or are they?

Wants Commission incumbents out
Gen. Billy Mitchell said the Japanese would attack and they did, but the people around him said they wouldn't or ``let's wait and see.''Michael W. Wilkins, Augusta

Speaks out on Columbia racetrack
Due to the planned reopening and rezoning of the Augusta Motor Speedway, the interests of the residents of Columbia County and the city of Grovetown are being jeopardized. The investments of people are at stake, no matter how big or small. ... Friederike Baker, Grovetown

Jabs mayor on `male salary' offer
The Chronicle reported that Augusta Mayor Bob Young offered $42,171 per year to a male candidate for the Emergency Management Agency director job. The mayor probably hopes no one will recall that City Administrator Randy Oliver was quoted by The Chronicle in January, 1999, stating that the EMA position pays only $41,000.S.D. Curry, Martinez

Wants blood donors to be paid
I am writing in response to the news media begging for blood donations on behalf of the Augusta hospitals. It is obvious the shortage is a desperate problem. The solution is obvious as well. Pay people for their blood! In Germany, this is never a problem because it compensates people for their time and donation. Maria Marino, Augusta

Wants `decent' health care for all
When will we Americans finally reform the health care system to do what we all want: longer, healthier lives? Greg Davis, Augusta

DOE czar gives in
Energy Secretary Bill Richardson has wisely thrown in the towel on trying to protect his agency from a major organizational overhaul following revelations of Communist China's massive thefts of militarily significant technology secrets from U.S. nuclear weapons labs.

Don't spy on Americans, pass HR 850
Suppose the police said, ``Everyone must deposit a key to his house and a key to his post office box at the police station. Trust us not to pry into your affairs, let the keys fall into the wrong hands or otherwise abuse your trust.''

Regrets location
In Frank Witsel's article ``Restoring Regency'' it was reported the triple theater was added later. In fact, the triple theater opened on July 27, 1978. Mike Rogers, Augusta

Wants NAACP to back veterans
I see the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has nothing to do but cause problems where there are no problems. Joseph C. Bongard, Augusta

Cuban basketball players say they defected for political freedom

Keck wins city amateur

World Cup team feted at White House

Three generations to compete in Games

Overtime: Surgery forces gymnast out of U.S. meet

Leonard sadder for Frenchman

Former Tyson foe and possible future one to fight

Irwin wins fourth title of the year

IRL happy with race outcome

Lawrie wins British Open

Soccer shortened to two-day event

Overtime: Umoh gets job on Liberty basketball staff

No decision near on ACC expansion

Supersonic party and grounded fleet highlight airline Y2K response
WASHINGTON -- Come New Year's Eve, the Concorde will be turned into a time machine, its passengers marking the start of the new century in Paris before streaking back across the time zones and celebrating midnight again in New York.

Players can go ape over new PlayStation game
In a world where ``unique'' is used to describe a new breakfast cereal, finding something truly unique is hard to do. Leave it to Sony to come up with the goods, a unique -- and bizarre -- new video game for the PlayStation. And Ape Escape is more fun than a barrel of monkeys. Honest.

Company to pay $8 million for making false weight loss claims
WASHINGTON -- A company that claimed its pills could ``blast'' pounds off consumers without any exercise or dieting must pay more than $8 million in redress, the Federal Trade Commission announced Monday.

Another $100 million sought to find AIDS abroad
WASHINGTON -- Asserting the United States has a ``moral duty'' to do more to fight AIDS, Vice President Al Gore announced a new $100 million proposal to help Africa stop the spread of the disease.

Researchers link pain sensitivity to gene
WASHINGTON -- Injuries that cause a mild ``ouch'' for some but screams for others are explained by a gene that controls pain sensitivity -- a discovery that may enable doctors to prescribe medication that precisely matches the pain felt by patients suffering from injuries, cancer or chronic conditions such as arthritis, researchers report.

Plan seen as too narrow
For decades, federal officials said no one got sick from work at nuclear-weapons plants. Last week, the U.S. Department of Energy admitted that wasn't true -- and offered to pay the medical bills and lost wages of some afflicted workers.

Cholesterol- lowering drug also fights blood vessel inflammation
DALLAS -- A drug proven to reduce cholesterol also appears to battle another enemy: inflammation inside the arteries.

Overpumping keeps world food supply stable
WASHINGTON -- Overpumping is sucking out too much of the world's underground fresh water, with a stable world food supply now dependent on an increasing global water deficit, Worldwatch Institute said Saturday.

X-ray telescope rivals Superman's vision
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- The world's heftiest, mightiest, priciest X-ray telescope is about to embark on a five-year voyage to stare deep into the hearts of galaxies and search for signs of black holes.

Tourist braves rebels in maiden visit to Rwanda gorilla park
RUHENGERI, Rwanda -- Flanked by a dozen soldiers armed with machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades, a lone Englishman in red shorts braved the threat of rebel attacks to climb through the thick bamboo forest and catch his first glimpse of rare mountain gorillas.

Dead gray whales wash ashore in record numbers
LOS ANGELES -- Starved gray whales are washing up dead on West Coast beaches in the highest numbers in a quarter-century.

Launch of first female commander attracting big crowd
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA fueled shuttle Columbia on Monday for a nighttime launch with the world's most powerful X-ray telescope on board and Eileen Collins in charge -- the first woman to command a U.S. space mission.

Xtreme style
Shoaib Ashraf, 16-year-old junior at Evans High School says his clothes are "formal but stylish...this fits right in".

Netchat : Smashmouth

Rap-rock sound takes off as music changes
HOLLYWOOD -- As a kid, Limp Bizkit lead singer Fred Durst loved the beats and swagger of hip-hop, but he also admired the sheer power of a killer rock guitar. So when he became a musician, it was only natural to mix the genres.

Netchat : Smashmouth
Smash Mouth guitarist Greg Camp, bassist Paul De Lisle and drummer Kevin Coleman recently chatted with fans on sonicnet.com after the release of their new album, Astro Lounge. Here are excerpts:

Xtreme advice: Education should be priority over romance
``I just graduated from high school, and my boyfriend graduated with me. He's going off to Duke, and I'm going to UCLA. We have been going together since fifth grade. I really love him, and I don't want to lose him. He asked me to marry him, but we both have scholarships at different schools.'' -- 18-year-old girl, Augusta

Safety first
When Kayla Walker got a job at A'Gaci in Augusta Mall almost six months ago, she said, her parents were a little concerned for her safety.

Rap-rock sound takes off as music changes

Xtreme advice: Education should be priority over romance

Xtreme style

Safety first

Supersonic party and grounded fleet highlight airline Y2K response

Researchers link pain sensitivity to gene

Players can go ape over new PlayStation game

Tourist braves rebels in maiden visit to Rwanda gorilla park

Company to pay $8 million for making false weight loss claims

Dead gray whales wash ashore in record numbers

X-ray telescope rivals Superman's vision

Plan seen as too narrow

Overpumping keeps world food supply stable

Launch of first female commander attracting big crowd

Another $100 million sought to find AIDS abroad