Cone was 'terrific'

Braves, Yankees both hoping for history to repeat

Fans should be used to Braves fall

Yankees pitching steps up again in postseason

Dorsey: Yankees outplay Millwood

Probable Braves interviews with Jim Gray

Reporter irks Rose, readers

Dowd: Rose caused 'embarrassing night'

World Series ratings up 7 percent after two games

Yankees notes: New York set for explosion

Braves notebook: Effects of illness may hinder Glavine

Glavine will need best yet

Crowd shows support for Braves

Yankees embarrass Braves

Yankees notebook: Series gives Brosius major stage

Crowd shows support for Rose

Braves notes: Cox plays stacked deck in Game 2

Fans react to Rose interview with NBC

Pumpkin required big knife

Economy will grow
One of the nation's top stock market strategists told a local group Monday that nothing short of an oil embargo could transform the country's current economic boom into a major recession.

Additional business news

Overnite ''in the driver's seat''
RICHMOND, Va. -- A strike by the Teamsters union at Overnite Transportation Co. terminals in seven states was having little effect on the trucking company's operations, a Overnite spokesman said Monday. ``Overnite is in the driver's seat'' in the walkout, said Ira Rosenfeld, company spokesman.

Overnite "in the driver's seat"

Additional business news
Interest rate fears keep stocks down...Global to buy TEAM America shares...Stockholders approve UPS offering...AT&T profits beat forecasts...

Clinton orders drug-cost study

Clinton orders drug-cost study
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton ordered a federal study of drug costs Monday, saying American senior citizens shouldn't have to ``get on the bus to Canada'' to buy medicine at lower prices.

Dow adds Intel, Microsoft

Blue Mountain Arts sold

Economy will grow

Dow adds Intel, Microsoft
NEW YORK -- Intel and Microsoft are being added to the Dow Jones industrial average, becoming the first Nasdaq stocks ever chosen by The Wall Street Journal for its venerable market measure.

Blue Mountain Arts sold
DENVER -- ExciteAtHome, a leading Internet destination, is buying the Blue Mountain Arts electronic greeting card company for $780 million, a deal that will broaden Excite's Web services by allowing visitors to send free messages customized for special occasions.

Cryptic message tells all for USC

Battered Gamecocks still have three heavyweights remaining

Alexander, Zow doubtful for Southern Miss

Georgia gets morale boost from Kentucky win

Dogs' win over Kentucky sets up duel with Gators

Florida State, Clemson coaches can relax

Seminoles lead the way in first BCS poll

Augustans found fame in family
Through the years, a variety of people in entertainment and politics who have achieved national or international fame have visited Augusta or lived in the Augusta area.

Athletes made history
No story of the 20th century would be complete without mention of its great sports stars. What would this century have been without Babe Ruth, Roger Staubach, Jack Nicklaus, Michael Jordan, Roger Bannister, Martina Navratilova, Jack Dempsey or Richard Petty?

Hits anti-biblical television ad

Raps 'one-sided' view of Dist. 6 race

Can Roy, Linda agree

Blast record of former commissioner

Hits lawmakers 'ignoring their duty'

Charges mar races

Contradicts book on 'Hitler's Pope'

Opportunity blown

Notes 'mixed' signals sent to teens

China v. China

Bush book backfires

Argues Reagan not to blame for deficit

In the know
Thermasilk by Helene Curtis conducted a national survey in which women were asked to rate the 'dos of some of today's hottest female celebrities.

The high cost of Halloween
"Darth Maul.'' The mere mention of his name instills fear in the hearts of parents everywhere. Not because of his menacing appearance or relentless obsession to destroy the Jedi, but because his evil look is so expensive to reproduce.

Bruins top Ducks

Canucks blank Rangers

Thrashers plan to honor Atlanta Flames era

Pumpkin required big knife
You know, thick pumpkins might be good for pies, but they are tough to carve for jack-o'-lanterns.

In the know

The high cost of Halloween

Band works toward bowl

Red ribbon campaign begins

Probable Braves interviews with Jim Gray

Governor appoints supporters' relatives

Schrenko defends schools' efforts

Learning to read

Learning to read
WAYNESBORO, Ga. -- Armed with the idea that children should be read to as early as possible, Burke County educators plan to put books in the hands of all children in their county before they reach kindergarten.

Victims groped at fair

Norwood asserts conservative philosophy
WASHINGTON -- When Charlie Norwood took his place at the Republican revolution in 1994, he stood on the principles of his party: smaller government, more individual freedom and fewer taxes.

Band works toward bowl
Band students at the Academy of Richmond County High School will represent the state as well as the county in December when they participate in the Liberty Bowl.

Red ribbon campaign begins
South Carolina and Georgia kicked off the weeklong Red Ribbon Celebration on Monday at the South Carolina Welcome Center, expressing the drug-free theme in speeches, poetry, song and dance.

Holt probe mirrors JonBenet investigation
As Wayne Bunton works to arrest those responsible for killing Sam's Club manager David Holt, the Richmond County sheriff's homicide investigator can empathize with his Boulder, Colo., counterparts' attempts to solve the slaying of JonBenet Ramsey.

Yankees outplay Millwood

Capsule preserves Augusta

High bids make city rethink stadium plan

Schrenko defends schools' efforts
MACON -- State schools Superintendent Linda Schrenko is a woman on a mission these days.

Marching for freedom

Suspect sought in hit-and-run

'Intimates' abuse high number
In hindsight, Melanie Parker wishes she had investigated her daughter's boyfriend further, or went to pick her up earlier when her daughter called, crying.

Argument leads to stabbing

Volunteer teacher earns award

Commission considering garbage pickup

Hit-and-run suspect surrenders
A south Augusta man wanted by Richmond County authorities for a hit-and-run incident that critically injured two children on Olive Road surrendered to police Monday.

Renters policies protect
AIKEN -- Apartment manager Patti Boyleston tells a horror story to Aiken renters who move into Woodwinds Apartments or Colony at Southpark.

Horse plan earns nay from panel

Volunteer teacher earns award
AIKEN -- She was born in the Roaring '20s, when hemlines raced upward from ankles to knees. Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig were regarded as gods on the diamond. Breaking the law was expected, and speakeasies padlocked were not speakeasies closed.

Store offers international foods to area residents
James Stroud enjoys telling his store's history. He repeats it to nearly every new customer he meets. In short, it goes something like this:

Suspect sought in hit-and-run
Police were searching for a 23-year-old south Augusta man late Sunday who they say was driving the car that struck two children in a hit-and-run incident on Olive Road.

Marching for freedom
AIKEN -- Five months ago, Kim Mitchell stood in front of the Aiken County Judicial Center alone, reliving in her mind sour memories of an abusive marriage.

Across the area
AIKEN -- Aiken police on Sunday continued to investigate a weekend armed robbery of Eubanks Country Store, in which two men took $1,732 while customers were inside.

Norwood asserts conservative philosophy

Tire recyclers want to build in Taliaferro

Governor appoints supporters' relatives
ATLANTA -- Gov. Roy Barnes on Monday appointed the brother of his chief of staff and the daughter of the Georgia Senate's leading Democrat to a prominent state board, prompting a new round of criticism from Republicans.

Hit-and-run suspect surrenders

Commission considering garbage pickup
Approved the CSRA Humane Society's request to use the former city stockade at Lake Olmstead as its new headquarters and animal shelter.

Capsule preserves Augusta
Sacred Heart Cultural Center and some local businesses will preserve a snapshot of contemporary life for Augustans of tomorrow.

Tire recyclers want to build in Taliaferro
CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga. -- Georgia's least populous county could become home to one of the nation's largest scrap tire processors.

Schools resume schedule talks
Still licking their wounds from last year, Columbia County school officials hope they will have more success with their latest attempt to gain support for an alternative schedule.

Buchanan gets local backing

Holt probe mirrors JonBenet investigation

'Intimates' abuse high number

Across the area

Governor appoints supporters' relatives
ATLANTA -- Gov. Roy Barnes on Monday appointed the brother of his chief of staff and the daughter of the Georgia Senate's leading Democrat to a prominent state board, prompting a new round of criticism from Republicans.

Renters policies protect

Store offers international foods to area residents

Horse plan earns nay from panel
AIKEN -- The Aiken City Council agreed with more than 50 residents Monday who said horses would jeopardize the character of their golfing community.

Augustans found fame in family

Victims groped at fair
AIKEN -- A Warrenville woman has told Aiken County sheriff's officers she and her daughter were groped and assaulted while in a haunted-house ride at the Aiken Jaycee County Fair.

Across the area: County will fund utility relocation

Across the area: County will fund utility relocation
Columbia County has agreed to pay for the engineering, design, environmental studies and some of the costs of relocating utilities associated with the planned expansion of Flowing Wells Road.

Buchanan gets local backing
AIKEN -- When Pat Buchanan opted to take his quest for the presidency to the Reform Party, he took a number of local Republicans with him.

High bids make city rethink stadium plan
North Augusta officials might scale back a planned renovation of a municipal stadium after bids for the project were higher than anticipated.

Argument leads to stabbing
SALLEY -- A Salley man wanted in the stabbing of two men during the weekend was arrested Sunday morning after a brief standoff with Aiken County sheriff's deputies, authorities said.

Schools resume schedule talks

Dallas bounces back with win over Washington

Falcons rally falls short

Falcons finally have Chandler at full speed

Faulk shows Browns he's more than just a shifty back

Packers top Chargers

Saints' season quickly sliding out of control

Rams crush Browns

Young still gathering medical advice

Carolina looks to regroup after 'major hit'

Vikings get easy win over 49ers

Detroit dominates Carolina

Jet crash shocks Reeves, Cowher

Mr. Raymond Nappier
LANGLEY -- Mr. Raymond L. Nappier, 68, of Main Street, died Monday, Oct. 25, 1999, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Sue Brewer
SYLVANIA, Ga. -- Mrs. Sue Boney Brewer, 98, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999, at Sylview Health Care Center.

Mrs. Josephine McClattie
Mrs. Josephine McClattie, 89, of Dublin Drive, died Thursday, Oct. 21, 1999, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Ruby Hartley
LOUISVILLE, Ga. -- Mrs. Ruby Watkins Hartley, 87, of Caldwell Street, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Nellie Purvis
HARLEM -- Mrs. Nellie Guy Purvis, 90, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mr. Johnny Williams
HARLEM -- Mr. Johnny Williams, 87, of Jamison Drive, died Thursday, Oct. 21, 1999, at McDuffie County Hospital, Thomson.

Miss Lilline Stewart
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Miss Lilline Stewart, 84, of Womrath Road, died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999, at Magnolia Hill.

Mrs. Elmira Darby
Mrs. Elmira Darby, of Kensington Drive West, died Thursday, Oct. 21, 1999, at Jefferson County Hospital, Louisville.

Mr. Milledge Sharpe
WAYNESBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Milledge Charles ``MC'' Sharpe, 58, of Georgia Highway 80 East, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at Kentwood Nursing Home, Augusta.

Mr. Carleton Stowell
JONESBORO, Ark. -- Mr. Carleton Albert Stowell, 77, of Callison Trailer Park, died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Herbert Mosley
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Mr. Herbert L. Mosley, 52, of Nandina Drive, died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999, at Greenville Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Paul Brown Sr.
AIKEN -- Mr. Paul Edward Brown Sr., 61, of Bacon Road, died Monday, Oct. 25, 1999, at Roper Hospital, Charleston.

Mrs. Carol Lyle
AIKEN -- Mrs. Carol Kathleen Lyle, 78, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at Mattie C. Hall Health Care Center.

Mrs. Ollie Carithers
NEW ELLENTON -- Mrs. Ollie Mae Reece Carithers, 73, of George Avenue, died Monday, Oct. 25, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Harriett Butler
WAGENER -- Mrs. Harriett Sander Butler, 88, of Jeffcoat Road, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Ms. Chiquita Morris
Ms. Chiquita Marita Morris, 25, of Bolton Street, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999, at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Ernestine Law
AIKEN -- Mrs. Ernestine B. Law, 79, of Rolling Wood Road, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Clarence Johnson
HEPHZIBAH -- Mr. Clarence Lucious Johnson III, 52, of U.S. Highway 25 North, died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Don Morgan
McCORMICK, S.C. -- Mr. Don Cornelius Morgan, 24, died Thursday, Oct. 21, 1999, in Greenwood.

Mrs. Bonnie Holey
JACKSON -- Mrs. Bonnie D. Holey, 84, died Monday, Oct. 25, 1999, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Miss Jimmie Gay
MILLEN, Ga. -- Miss Jimmie Ruth ``Sis'' Gay, 81, of South Gray Street, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at Jenkins County Hospital.

Mrs. Gail Richards
Mrs. Gail J. Richards, 37, of East Taylor Street, died Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1999, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Kathleene Holland
BATH -- Mrs. Kathleene Warren Holland, 50, of Jerry Road, died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999.

Mr. Carleton Stowell
JONESBORO, Ark. -- Mr. Carleton Albert Stowell, 77, died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Marie Smalls
WILLISTON, S.C. -- Mrs. Marie Smalls died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at Palmetto Baptist Medical Center.

Mrs. Winnie O'Neal
GREENSBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Winnie Kay Bernhardt O'Neal, 81, of East Greene Street, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at Rabun County Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Northen Headden
WALTERBORO, S.C. -- Mr. Northen Headden, 83, of Hampton Street, died Monday, Oct. 25, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Herbert Mosley
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Mr. Herbert L. Mosley, 52, of Nandina Drive, died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999, at Greenville Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Leon Price
OCONEE, Ga. -- Mr. Leon Aubrey Price, 54, of North Brown Street, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999, at Washington Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Harold Jefferson
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mr. Harold E. Jefferson, 49, of Gentry Lane, died Thursday, Oct. 21, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. George Howell Sr.
Mr. George Thomas Howell Sr., 83, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Ja'Kayla Reynolds
MILLEN, Ga. -- Ja'Kayla Jenee Reynolds died Friday, Oct. 22, 1999, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Thomas Smith
Mr. Thomas Paul Smith, 33, of Forest Court, Martinez, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 1999, at his residence.

Mrs. Annis Hammond
Mrs. Annis O. Hammond died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, in Hogansville.

Mrs. Jackie Brinson
WAYNESBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Jacqueline ``Jackie'' B. Brinson, 71, of U.S. Highway 25 North, died Saturday, Oct. 23, 1999, at Burke County Hospital.

Mrs. Winnie O'Neal

Mrs. Sue Brewer

Mrs. Ernestine Law

Mr. Raymond Nappier

Ja'Kayla Reynolds

Mrs. Elmira Darby

Mr. Herbert Mosley

Mrs. Carol Lyle

Mr. Clarence Johnson

Mr. Herbert Mosley

Mrs. Marie Smalls

Mr. Don Morgan

Mrs. Harriett Butler

Mrs. Gail Richards

Mr. Harold Jefferson

Mr. Northen Headden

Mrs. Josephine McClattie

Mrs. Kathleene Holland

Mrs. Annis Hammond

Ms. Chiquita Morris

Mr. Thomas Smith

Mr. Paul Brown Sr.

Mr. Johnny Williams

Miss Lilline Stewart

Mrs. Nellie Purvis

Mrs. Bonnie Holey

Mr. Leon Price

Mr. Carleton Stowell

Miss Jimmie Gay

Mr. Milledge Sharpe

Raps 'one-sided' view of Dist. 6 race
People of south Augusta, beware! Billy Morris, owner of TheAugusta Chronicle, is doing everything possible to insure Andy Cheek defeats Hobson Chavous (in the Augusta Commission District 6 contest). Phillis Martin, Hephzibah

Contradicts book on 'Hitler's Pope'
Recently, The Chronicle published a Washington Times book review of John Cornwell's, Hitler's Pope, in which the newspaper seemed to agree with Mr.Cornwell's conclusion that Pope Pius XII was ``silent'' on the Holocaust. You would think that they would have done a little research on their own before printing that review. To prove Mr. Cornwell wrong, all they had to do was reach into the files of The New York Times which printed many stories concerning the pope's condemnation of the Nazis. William J. Kemple, Augusta

Bush book backfires
With enemies like James Howard Hatfield, George W. Bush doesn't need friends. Hatfield's the lying jerk who authored a book charging the Texas GOP governor had a cocaine charge in 1972 buried by his prominent father, then a congressman.

Notes 'mixed' signals sent to teens
I'd like to speak out on behalf of the students who feel resentful about the implementation of dress codes and uniforms in the Richmond and Columbia County School districts. Today's students are denied the benefit of a cohesive authority system; instead, they are treated to a cacophony of whiners consisting of the American Civil Liberties Union, disgruntled parents and some fellow students. Gene L. Rickaby, Martinez

Opportunity blown
The reason Elizabeth Dole gave for dropping out of the GOP primary presidential sweepstakes is that she couldn't raise enough money to compete with Texas Gov. George W. Bush's war chest.

Claims uniforms wrong bandwagon
I can not believe the amount of attention some parents are giving to the school uniform issue. But what concerns me most is the fact that some parents are more concerned with school uniforms being unfair, rather than that there are not enough books for the students, that a class has more than the required number of students or that the contracted teacher is out of the classroom two to three days a week. Angela Dorrough, Augusta

Fears total water ban in Columbia Co.
We have had outdoor water restrictions in Columbia County for two summers. During the summer of 1998 we had odd-even days for watering. This past summer we had odd-even restrictions and also time limits of 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. This meant that working people could only water two or three hours every other day unless they had an automatic watering system. Paul L. Sims, Grovetown

Blast record of former commissioner
Seven years ago, as an elderly widow, I appealed to The Chronicle, area TV and radio stationsand local leaders to prevent the Richmond County Commission from digging up 5,500 square feet of my lawn and vegetable garden for an 18-foot-deep sewer line. Janie Branch, Augusta

Slams adoption process as Orwellian
In order to raise a generation of sane children, the following law must be enacted for married couples expecting children by birth or adoption: Kevin A. Palmer, Augusta

Hits anti-biblical television ad
A Lever 2000 soap commercial was aired over the NBC affiliate in Augusta during the evening of Oct. 20 during a commercial break at the time of the National League Championship Game. Michael Hensley, Augusta

Points out 'safety' of uniforms
... From a parent and teacher's point of view, there are several reasons why students should wear uniforms. The first is safety. If all students are in uniforms, then if a stranger is in the building he or she is very noticeable without a uniform. Gail Dacus, Augusta

Displays former commissioner's record
Hobson Chavous qualified to run for commissioner of the 6th District because he said several people had asked him to run. Also, he made a statement that he could get things done in Richmond County and Atlanta. I know that he did get a few things done in Richmond County, like resurfacing New Karleen Road. Jim Barefield, Hephzibah

China v. China
An old American ally has been slapped in the face by none other than the head of the American Red Cross, Dr. Bernadine Healy.

Charges mar races
What a sad commentary that five of 10 candidates in contested Augusta Commission races have misdemeanor criminal offenses. Brian Wilson (a District 4 candidate) had 26 charges -- including a guilty plea in July to felony aggravated stalking. Why does he even bother to run?

Hits lawmakers 'ignoring their duty'
Since the court system is being used to do what legislators will or cannot do, I would like to see printed a list of the petitioners who filed frivolous lawsuits against the gunmakers. They should pay dearly. Bill Paschal, Appling

Can Roy, Linda agree
Relations between Gov. Roy Barnes, a Democrat, and Georgia school Superintendent Linda Schrenko, a Republican, are getting too testy. They should try to come together before partisanship poisons the relationship altogether.

Blasts sentence in Williams case
You can tell you are living in perilous days when a criminal can murder and steal and still live off taxpayers' support for the rest of his life. And people wonder why their taxes continue to rise? The blame is not solely upon the government. Timothy Fellows, Jr., Augusta

Argues Reagan not to blame for deficit
It has been some time since we have seen the tactic of blaming the administration of Ronald Reagan for the federal deficit; however, Norma Groom (Oct. 16 letter) employs it! L. Russ Dorn, Jr., Augusta

Martin earns PGA Tour card

Private jets a way of life for golfers

Barkley calling it quits -- again

Khannouchi sets world record in winning Chicago Marathon

Overtime: Panel to meet about Tyson ring incident

Woods gets Disney win

Golf's minor league now a dot-com -- with a lot more money

Magic Johnson to play in Swedish League game

Golfer Payne Stewart dies in plane crash

New body part for Tyson mess: the knee

Matured Stewart died in his prime

Overtime: Tar Heels favorites in ACC race

USOC president Hybl to step down at end of term

Stewart's death shocks Hilton Head Island

ABA gives tips on avoiding online rip-offs
WASHINGTON -- Consumers are expected to spend billions of dollars shopping on the Internet this holiday season, and the American Bar Association is offering tips on how to avoid getting ripped off.

Online shopping not always best
NEW YORK -- Shopping online is preferable to using a mail-order catalog only about half the time, according to a Consumer Reports review of 25 retailers.

Companies form alliance to boost jobs for disabled
REDMOND, Wash. -- Twenty-one U.S. companies, led by Microsoft Corp., have formed an alliance with the National Business and Disabilities Council to increase job opportunities for people with disabilities.

Officials: Middle school students threatened by Internet prowler
BOSTON -- Officials say a 19-year-old quadriplegic from Missouri used an Internet chat room to make ``Columbine-like'' threats to hurt students and teachers at a Massachusetts middle school.

Study: Early, modern humans coexisted
WASHINGTON -- Neanderthals and modern humans may have coexisted in central Europe for thousands of years, possibly even mating, according to new radiocarbon dating of bones from a cave in Croatia.

Photographer plans on-line auction of models' eggs
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- A fashion photographer, hoping to cash in on would-be parents' wishes for a beautiful baby, is offering the eggs of eight models in an on-line auction set to start Monday.

AltaVista search engine re-designed
AltaVista Co., a no-frills Internet search engine, will undergo radical surgery Monday in its bid to become a full-fledged consumer media company offering live news updates and comparison-shopping tools.

Poll: Doctors approve of deceiving insurers to help patients
CHICAGO -- Many physicians approve of deceiving insurance companies or health maintenance organizations to secure payment for treatment if patients cannot get it any other way, a survey found.

Study: Exercise may reduce risk of breast cancer by 20 percent
CHICAGO -- Women who exercise an hour a day or more may reduce their risk of breast cancer by 20 percent, according to one of the biggest studies ever done on the topic.

The big screen

Your style
Marlon Pugh, 15, a sophomore at Butler High School.

Your style

Your style

Communication could solve problem

Your style
Marlon Pugh, 15, a sophomore at Butler High School

Too old to trick or treat?

Communication could solve problem
``My boyfriend and I have been dating for three months. We really have strong feelings for each other. The only thing standing in our way is our parents because of our interracial relationship.'' -- 15-year-old Columbia county girl?

Too old to trick or treat?
Are you too old to participate in the ``hallowed'' tradition of children begging for candy from their neighbors?

The big screen
Five people will get $1 million each for spending the night in a house that is supposedly haunted.

Photographer plans on-line auction of models' eggs

Online shopping not always best

AltaVista search engine re-designed

Poll: Doctors approve of deceiving insurers to help patients