Saddle up
Armed with rakes, the children cleaned around the barn at Fort Gordon's Hilltop Riding Stable.

Club calendar

Latest distillation of Southern music very intoxicating

The feel of metal

Art exhibits
A listing of exhibits coming to the area this week, and a look ahead.

Concert calendar

Art exhibits

The feel of metal
HEPHZIBAH - Roger Finch's studio seems a more likely birthplace for engine blocks and perhaps the occasional transmission than carefully crafted works of art.

Upscale restaurant coming to downtown

Upscale restaurant coming to downtown
Downtown Augusta is bustling, with renovations under way inrestaurants and nightclubs scheduled to open this fall.

Kurama diners treated to a show
When people think of dinner and a show, they usually assume that one precedes the other. At Kurama, dinner is the show, and a pretty spectacular one at that.

Event calendar
Check out events happening in the Augusta area this week.

Club calendar
A listing of clubs in the Augusta area.

Book has Hollywood appeal
Brewster Milton Robertson signs a copy of his book Rainy Days and Sundays, which deals with the volatile issue of abortion.

Saddle up

Concert calendar
A listing of shows coming to the area this week, and a look ahead.

Kids move in new direction

Latest distillation of Southern music very intoxicating
It's a bold move, attempting to distill the ambiguities of Southern music. A brave, bold and perhaps foolhardy move.

Kurama diners treated to a show

Voices in harmony
Part rock 'n' roll revue and part revival meeting, Christian pop act NewSong's Summer Jam 2000 combines the variety of a concert showcase with a message of faith.

Book has Hollywood appeal

Kids move in new direction
When Dana Phelps Marschalk brings her Moving in the Spirit troupe of young dancers to the Greater Augusta Arts Council Arts Infusion showcase Saturday, it will be more than a demonstration of the positive power of dance.

Ramblin' Rhodes: Hall will feature guitar pickers
Fans of finger-style guitar pickin' may want to make some quick plans to be in Macon Saturday for an afternoon of free performances at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.

Event calendar

Braves notes: Sanders joins already crowded DL

Crocs snap Jackets' win streak at four

Braves notes

Braves top Astros in rain-delayed game

Marlins crush Braves

Postcards tell tales of travel

Demand for new dollar dwindles
If the findings of a recent study are correct, most Americans know there is a new $1 coin and like it but are not using it. Instead, the study suggested, they are hoarding the golden dollar.

Economy slows car sales
Higher interest rates, gas price increase take toll on first-quarter boom of automobile marketDamon ClineStaff WriterA cooler economy, rising interest rates and an increase in gasoline prices have helped slow new-car sales from a record pace during the first quarter.

Busines briefs

Economy slows car sales

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Technology stocks slid again Friday, hurtling the Nasdaq composite index down 10 percent for the week.

Business briefs

Bank to cut jobs of 10,000
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Bank of America Corp. said Friday it would cut as many as 10,000 jobs as it changes its focus from growing through mergers to becoming more profitable through use of technology and operating efficiency.

Bank to cut jobs of 10,000

Demand for new dollar dwindles

Busines briefs
NEW YORK - Investors went on the defensive Thursday, selling shaky technology stocks and loading up on steadier pharmaceutical, utility and oil concerns that do better in a slowing economy.

Voters tab Bulldogs second in SEC East

Two defensive reserves suspended by Holtz

He's no Stalin, but still rips repeal

Fly flags at half-staff for Coverdell

Clintons find mail when they need it

`Jesus Search' disgusting, hurtful

A better Corps plan

Low voter turnout needs to improve

Pagan Left v. `regulars'

Good teachers are being turned away

Tobacco firms unfairly targeted

Regional Senate issues

Abortions worse than Hitler killings

Cigars, anyone?

Kids learn not to trust each other

Nurse finds Byne allegations absurd

Faith digest
Some 1,200 members of the Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research, based in Los Angeles, are holding a state conference at the Radisson Riverfront Hotel and Convention Center, 2 10th St.

Unwelcomed immigrANTS
Lindsey Pruitt was just 2, playing quietly on a landscape timber in the yard when she began screaming.

Garden calendar
The Garden Calendar is a weekly listing of gardening shows, seminars and other activities.

Missionaries readjust to American life while on furlough
Most shoppers in a mega-convenience store zip down its long rows without a second thought, but missionaries on leave from the Philippines are not everyday customers.

The Spirit is a gift for each of us
John the Baptist declared, ``I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance; but he that cometh after me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear; he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and with fire'' (Matthew 3:11).

Tattoo testimonials
Michael Pitcher remembers his son Jonathan's first tattoo machine - a ball-point pen casing, some batteries and needles.

Bahia difficult to control, kill
Some gardeners have called recently wanting to know how to get rid of Bahia grass in their lawns.

Alfredsson, Pak share lead

Carlisle, Bradley earn spots in U.S. Amateur

Frost heats up tourney's new venue

Postcards tell tales of travel
Your vacation postcards are coming in, particularly travelers Ken and Phyllis Badke and sisters Patsy Spivey and Jeanne Crawford.

Applicants sought for youth academy
More than 50 people are sought to fill positions at Augusta's new National Guard Youth Challenge Academy.

Video poker crosses state border
Dana Mills knew opening her own business would be a gamble. Now, she's giving her customers a chance to get in on the action.

Faith digest

Tattoo testimonials

The Spirit is a gift for each of us

Unwelcomed immigrANTS

Missionaries readjust to American life while on furlough

Bahia difficult to control, kill

City attorney OKs special election date

Slaying suspect may face death

EPA fences Brunswick Superfund site
BRUNSWICK, Ga. - Two miles of fencing costing more than $100,000 is going up around the Brunswick Wood Preserving Superfund site to keep trespassers off the contaminated grounds.

Secretary stays quiet about SRS contract
U.S. Energy Secretary Bill Richardson praised Westinghouse Savannah River Co. on Thursday, but said it was too early to renew a deal with the Savannah River Site contractor.

Across the area
While admitting no liability or fault, the government has settled a medical malpractice lawsuit for $750,000, a settlement accepted by the federal judge Friday.

Motorist's tip leads to arrest
A manhunt that began six days ago in connection with the first homicide in years in McCormick County ended Thursday with the arrest of a man in Columbia County.

Applicants sought for youth academy

Snack search causes alarm
Devron Hinsey took brand loyalty to a new level Wednesday night.

Judge gives defendants jail time, probation
Stealing led to prison time for a number of people Friday, including a man who helped himself to the money of a seizure victim.

Group effort rescues kitten
Two days of digging by a half-dozen city workers, milling neighbors, animal lovers and waiting TV crews, armed with shovels and finally a backhoe to rescue a trapped kitten on Gerbing Drive, ended happily Thursday.

SRS ruling stands, judge says
A federal judge will not reconsider her earlier decision to deny class-action status to a racial-discrimination lawsuit against four Savannah River Site contractors.

Cardiac programs pump up
When they get around to talking about how they spent their summer vacation, teacher Johnny Stokes will have his fourth-grade class beaten hands down.

Green Party takes roots in state
They're not on the state ballot, they don't have the financial support their opponents enjoy and, aside from Ralph Nader, they don't have the name recognition needed to galvanize and attract voters.

SRS welcomes Energy secretary
Bill Richardson heard Thursday what lately has been a rare sound for him - applause.

Inmate's sentence upheld

Officials fend off funding accusation
WASHINGTON, Ga. - The former head of Wilkes County's Democratic Party has publicly accused top county officials of violating the Georgia Constitution by using public funds to pave private drives.

Officials question gambling

City attorney OKs special election date
NORTH AUGUSTA - Admitting that South Carolina election law was open to two interpretations, North Augusta City Attorney Kelly Zier gave the legal go-ahead for the city to hold the city council special election during the Nov. 7 general election.

Video poker crosses state border

Across the area
A toddler found wandering in Jones Creek subdivision Tuesday was reunited with his mother Thursday after an investigation by Columbia County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Family and Children Services.

Airport terminal debated
If Augusta Aviation officials want to build Augusta Regional Airport's new terminal in the center of Bush Field, it will cost twice as much as the terminal expansion plan on the drawing board, airport engineers said Friday.

State funds considered for junkyard cleanup
State funds are one option for removing thousands of scrap tires left behind with other garbage at the bankrupt Goldberg Brothers junkyard, according to Georgia's Environmental Protection Division.

City maps graves for Internet access

EPA fences Brunswick Superfund site

Skiers overcome many obstacles
COLUMBIA - Smiles and laughter were plentiful at Lake Murray on Friday as disabled children and adults rode the waves at the sixth annual ``Wee Can Ski'' outing.

Prank's consequences serious

Woman among nation's oldest
THOMSON - In 1881, President James Garfield was assassinated, Billy the Kid was gunned down in New Mexico territory, Sitting Bull surrendered, and Alberta Davis was born.

SRS ruling stands, judge says

Group effort rescues kitten

Delegation chairman keeps seat
AIKEN - State Rep. J. Roland Smith says he wants to continue serving as chairman of the Aiken County delegation.

Motorist's tip leads to arrest

Firm must repay clients $20 million
COLUMBIA - South Carolina residents who financed their manufactured homes or home improvement projects through Green Tree Finance or Conseco Finance since 1993 should be getting a large check in the mail in the near future.

Theft leads to prison

Lightning strike survivors cope with death of friend
SUNBURY, Ga. - The lightning strike had swollen his right hand beyond use, so Gary Moore used his left to punch at his cell phone for help.

Man dies in I-20 wreck

Teen-agers work to clean up city

Merial expands in Georgia cities
ATLANTA - A leading international animal-health company is expanding its research operations in Athens and bringing its North American headquarters to Atlanta's northern suburbs, Gov. Roy Barnes announced Friday.

Lightning strike survivors cope with death of friend

Woman among nation's oldest

Across the area

Theft leads to prison
Stealing led to prison time for a number of people Friday, including a man who helped himself to the money of a seizure victim.

Green Party takes roots in state

City maps graves for Internet access
Jerry Murphy hears dead people. For the past 17 years, they have spoken to him through almost 200 years of city cemetery records.

Merial expands in Georgia cities

Skiers overcome many obstacles

Sparrow tosses win for Stallions

Inmate's sentence upheld
It took a judge less than two weeks to deny the latest appeal by Augusta native and death row inmate Alexander Williams.

Across the area

Airport terminal debated

Teen-agers work to clean up city
Dozens of vacant lots no longer have trash and waist-high grass, thanks to the young workers of We Help Out Aiken, or WHOA, as City Manager Robert LeDuc calls the group.

Stalking takes toll on pastor

Funding for pupils falls short
COLUMBIA - South Carolina should be spending nearly twice as much on schools if it expects them to do a quality job, a Denver education finance firm said Thursday.

William Calhoun dies at 81

Officials fend off funding accusation

Officials question gambling
Dana Mills knew opening her own business would be a gamble. Now, she's giving her customers a chance to get in on the action.

Firm must repay clients $20 million

William Calhoun dies at 81
Augusta lawyer and longtime city politician William C. Calhoun died Friday morning at age 81.

Cardiac programs pump up

Stalking takes toll on pastor
The Rev. Cesar Brooks thought he was looking into the face of evil. At the end of a service a few Sundays ago, he asked his congregation to pray. But a man just a few rows from the front refused and stared at the pastor of First Family Church of Augusta.

SRS welcomes Energy secretary

Man dies in I-20 wreck
One man was killed and one was seriously injured Friday at a state Department of Transportation work site on Interstate 20 in McDuffie County when a tractor-trailer struck an asphalt spreader and flipped on top of it.

Perfect home record on line

Prank's consequences serious
In an instant, 16-year-old Jerald Wells and his friend were spinning out of control toward a tree, all because of a summertime prank.

Funding for pupils falls short

Delegation chairman keeps seat

Slaying suspect may face death
ATHENS, Ga. - Northern Judicial Circuit District Attorney Bob Lavender is considering whether to seek the death penalty against an Elbert County man indicted in connection with the March 13 fatal shooting of an Elberton couple.

Falcons, Colts open preseason

Montanna, Lott make Hall's reunion extra special

Grant injury could end career

Defensive line must start anew

Mr. George Dixon Sr.
LOUISVILLE, Ga. - Mr. George Dixon Sr., 70, of Middleground Road, died Monday, July 24, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Harry Willard Sr.
GALVESTON, Texas - Mr. Harry Willard Sr., 68, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000.

Mrs. Dorothy Robinson
Mrs. Dorothy N. ``Dot'' Robinson, 71, of Wrightsboro Road, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Charles Ayers
JOHNSTON, S.C. - Mr. Charles Henry Ayres, 69, of McCreight Street, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at Edgefield County Hospital, Edgefield.

Mr. Robert Partlow Jr.
LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Mr. Robert Frank Partlow Jr., 50, of Rowland-York Drive, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000, at Thomson Manor Nursing Home, Thomson.

Mrs. Judith Wheeler
EATONTON, Ga. - Mrs. Judith A. Wheeler, 60, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000.

Mr. Marion Feagin
GLOVERVILLE - Mr. Marion Harvey Feagin, 75, of Oak Street, died Thursday, July 28, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Augusta.

Mr. Daniel Pierce Sr.
NORTH AUGUSTA - Mr. Daniel F. Pierce Sr., 69, of Sudlow Lake Road, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Sarah Jones
PORTAL, Ga. - Mrs. Sarah Davis Jones, 57, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at East Georgia Medical Center, Statesboro.

Mr. Freddie Oakman
JAMAICA, N.Y. - Mr. Freddie M. Oakman died Saturday, July 22, 2000, at St. Joseph's Hospital.

Mrs. Doris Carpenter
BELVEDERE - Mrs. Doris Whitt Farrow Carpenter, 71, of Bryant Avenue, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at her residence.

Jaret Yarbrough
AIKEN - Jaret Thomas Yarbrough, infant son of Kurt and Robin McKinney Yarbrough, of Aspen Court, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Margaret Harrison
KITE, Ga. - Mrs. Margaret Lucille Harrison, 74, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at Washington Regional Medical Center, Sandersville.

Mr. Lloyd Fowler
Mr. Lloyd R. Fowler, 91, of Evans, died Thursday, July 27, 2000.

Mrs. Virginia Tant
BAMBERG, S.C. - Mrs. Virginia Munns Tant, 80, of Oak Street, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at Providence Hospital, Columbia.

Mrs. Laverne Williams
SALLEY - Mrs. Laverne S. Williams, 39, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Leroy West
THOMSON - Mr. Leroy ``Pig'' West, 67, of Walnut Street, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Joseph Lazenby
THOMSON - Mr. Joseph ``Duke'' Lazenby, 52, of Harrison Drive, died Saturday, July 22, 2000, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Marion Gilpin
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - Mrs. Marion Gilpin, 80, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at Keysville Convalescent and Nursing Center, Keysville.

Mr. James Bryant
WARRENTON, Ga. - Mr. James Bryant, 94, of Wilson Road, died Saturday, July 22, 2000, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Geneva Patterson
ALLENDALE, S.C. - Mrs. Geneva Green Patterson, 69, of Gadson-Morris Road, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000, at Bamberg County Nursing Home, Bamberg.

Mrs. Lula Kendrick
THOMSON - Mrs. Lula Howard Kendrick, 68, of Pecan Court, died Monday, July 24, 2000, at Windermere Adult Day Health Center, Augusta.

Mr. John Snyder Sr.
LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Mr. John Clifford Snyder Sr., 61, of Lake Drive, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Richard Smith
LANGLEY - Mr. Richard Freddie Smith, 71, of Jackson Street, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. James Davis
AIKEN - Mr. James Gordon Davis, 63, of Eve Street, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Jessica Morris
Jessica Cherie Morris, 12, of Tybee Court, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Elizabeth Harper
NORTH AUGUSTA - Mrs. Elizabeth Gadberry Harper, 87, of North Hills Drive, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at Sterling House.

Mr. John Clark
Mr. John ``Bubba'' Clark, 80, of Artmus Street, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Mr. Kenneth Kitchens Jr.
THOMSON - Mr. Kenneth T. Kitchens Jr., 31, of Washington Road, died Friday, July 28, 2000, at McDuffie County Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Robert Smith
COCHRAN, Ga. - Mr. Robert J. Smith, 76, of Cook Road, died Wednesday, July 26, 2000, at Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon.

Mr. Wallace Walker
JAMAICA, N.Y. - Mr. Wallace Cleveland Walker, 77, of 159th Street, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Lillie Clark
Mrs. Lillie Clark, of Johnson Avenue, died Saturday, July 22, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Irma Southward
Mrs. Irma Mildred Floyd Southward, 86, of Wrightsboro Road, died Tuesday, July 25, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Ronald Rodgers
Mr. Ronald Pascal Rodgers, 58, of Walton Way, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Thomas Gilchrist
PLUM BRANCH, S.C. - Mr. Thomas Gilchrist, 64, of Gilchrist Road, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at Self Memorial Hospital, Greenwood.

Mrs. Mildred Hiers
HILDA, S.C. - Mrs. Mildred LouElla Hartzog Hiers, 77, died Monday, July 24, 2000, at Palmetto Baptist Medical Center, Columbia.

Mrs. Irma Southward

Mr. Marion Feagin

Mrs. Margaret Harrison

Jaret Yarbrough

Mr. Harry Willard Sr.

Mr. Robert Smith

Mr. Robert Partlow Jr.

Mr. Daniel Pierce Sr.

Mr. Leroy West

Mr. Joseph Lazenby

Mrs. Dorothy Robinson

Mr. Wallace Walker

Mr. Freddie Oakman

Mr. Richard Smith

Mr. Ronald Rodgers

Mr. Lloyd Fowler

Mrs. Geneva Patterson

Mrs. Lula Kendrick

Mr. James Davis

Mrs. Judith Wheeler

Mrs. Sarah Jones

Jessica Morris

Mrs. Elizabeth Harper

Mrs. Lillie Clark

Mr. Kenneth Kitchens Jr.

Mrs. Mildred Hiers

Mr. James Bryant

Mrs. Laverne Williams

Mr. John Clark

Mr. Charles Ayers

Mr. Thomas Gilchrist

Mrs. Virginia Tant

Sisler: It's everyone's fault except my own
BOB COSTAS should have been chosen as the commissioner of baseball. Someone needs to get the game under control and baseball back to being baseball. I'd take the job if they'd offer it, but I would lobby strongly for a few rule changes.

Low voter turnout needs to improve
Now that this round of elections is over, we must congratulate the winners and not be too unforgiving of the losers, as without the two parties in the running, we would be unable to generate the necessary heat and enthusiasm to get any voters out. K.G. Watson, Augusta

He's no Stalin, but still rips repeal
Regarding the proposed repeal of the inheritance tax, several letters have lumped me with Lenin, Marx, Stalin, Mao and Castro for writing ``in an ideal society, each newborn would be greeted with an equal opportunity to succeed. Repealing the inheritance tax would be a step back from the ideal.'' Victor Reilly, Aiken

Pagan Left v. `regulars'
What's this? A California congresswoman planning a big Aug. 15 Democratic fund-raising bash at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles? Can't you just picture Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore cavorting with Burt Reynolds types at the mansion, replete with Playboy bunnies, in a scenario reminiscent of those degenerate scenes in the movie Boogie Nights?

Regional Senate issues
Advising, explaining and voting on economic, national and international issues is the most important task for members of Congress.

Download debate
New computer technologies amaze the world seemingly every day. In the past year, the ability to easily rerecord music off the Internet has created a boon for freeloading music collectors, and is the bane of recording artists and companies.

Fly flags at half-staff for Coverdell
After the governor of Georgia asked that state flags be flown at half-staff in respect for the late U.S. Sen. Paul Coverdell, R-Ga., why did I see only a few do so in Richmond and Burke counties? Harold L. Herrington Jr., Waynesboro

Cigars, anyone?
So President Bill Clinton took the time to scold the troops on Okinawa about their personal conduct. Again the commander in chief leads by example. Pass the cigars. Jim Hartman, Aiken

Quit waving the Confederate flag
I'm not African-American, but I'm tired of the pity parties Confederate flag lovers are having. I can't understand why white people are surprised that black people have the same feeling toward the Confederate flag that Jews have toward the Nazi flag. Howard Blanchard. Martinez

Tobacco firms unfairly targeted
The July 19 editorial, ``Award up in smoke,'' was a disappointment. Usually, I concur with your opinions. Not this time. Clyde W. Fitzgerald, North Augusta

Nurse finds Byne allegations absurd
I read with interest the July 24 letter by Diane Johnson regarding the accusations against Dr. Edmund Byne and I agree with everything she said. Not only have I been a patient of his, but I've had the privilege of working with Dr. Byne as a nurse. Janet Hall, Augusta

Clintons find mail when they need it
Let's give Hillary Clinton the benefit of the doubt regarding her use of the ``J'' word 26 years ago. Al Kotras, Augusta

Abortions worse than Hitler killings
Partial-birth abortion is a horrible procedure that doctors use to kill babies. The baby has exited the womb except for the head. The doctor stabs the baby in the head and then sucks out the brains, ensuring death. Billy Bedgood, Martinez

Good teachers are being turned away
Perhaps Georgia students are at the bottom of the education heap because the local county schools are doing what Gov. Roy Barnes has made them feel forced to do. They are taking tenured physical education teachers that Mr. Barnes has displaced with his new ``let's see how fat our high schoolers can get'' reform bill and placing them into the math and science classrooms. Cherie Lee Portinga, Evans

`Jesus Search' disgusting, hurtful
Regarding ABC's The Search for Jesus, what were they looking for? They need to go no deeper than their own heart to find Jesus. I can only pray for those who were involved in any way with the program. How can anyone with a ``mustard seed'' of faith belittle Jesus to our human level? Sandra Sewell, Evans

Christians don't condemn people
In response to R. Scott Bedford's letter July 23, ``Hateful Christians'': If he finds Christians so hateful, he might want to look inside himself. Most of the time people attack what they do not understand or just because they are so wrapped up in themselves. If the world doesn't ``do it'' their way they tend to blame anyone but themselves.Barbara Mohler, Augusta

Send flood complaints to developers
As director of the License and Inspection Department, I believe The Chronicle's July 7 editorial requires a response. Robert H. Sherman III, Augusta

Kids learn not to trust each other
Regarding the July 18 article ``Zero tolerance,'' by no means should any threat from a teen, such as Robert Turner, teacher or anyone be allowed without a slap and a good one.Jeanne Reiter, North Augusta

Get SRS cleanup on track
When two prestigious, impartial advisory boards scold the Department of Energy for being lax about Savannah River Site cleanup delays, it's time for the public to take notice.

A better Corps plan
The new U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' shoreline management plan for Thurmond Lake is now available for public review and comment.

Sisler: It's everyone's fault except my own
BOB COSTAS should have been chosen as the commissioner of baseball. Someone needs to get the game under control and baseball back to being baseball. I'd take the job if they'd offer it, but I would lobby strongly for a few rule changes.

Augusta's Thornton makes Olympic trials cut

Overtime: Matchup set for CSRA Classic

Forrest will fight for IBF belt on Aug. 26

Overtime: Duncan signs with Spurs

Hybrids school around river buoys

Napster wins stay in federal appeals court
SAN FRANCISCO -- Two federal appeals judges Friday granted Napster Inc. a stay allowing the wildly popular music trading service to remain online -- at least temporarily.

FTC approves online privacy plan
WASHINGTON -- Moving to protect Americans' online privacy, the government has approved a plan by Internet advertisers to regulate what information they gather from Web surfers and how they use it, The Associated Press has learned.

FTC approves online privacy plan

Napster wins stay in federal appeals court