Braves notebook

Mets rise to occasion

Yankees 9, Mariners 7

Georgians weigh in on light side

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Investors' heightened anxiety Tuesday about Intel's impending earnings report drove stock prices to their lowest levels in months.

Knology extends coverage
Telecommunications company Knology Inc. said 2001 will be the year it makes inroads to south Augusta.

Poll: Businesses prefer airport
Even with the propensity for delays and cancellations, many of the area's largest companies prefer Augusta Regional Airport over Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport or Columbia Metropolitan Airport, according to a recent survey.

Business briefs
WASHINGTON - Americans' access to computers and the Internet has grown dramatically in the past 20 months, with computers now in more than half of all households, a new government report said Monday.

Knology extends coverage

Business briefs

Poll: Businesses prefer airport

Two managers join marina staff

Business briefs

Two managers join marina staff
Two Lincoln County natives have joined the management team of Soap Creek Lodge and Marina.

Award winner to be announced

Georgia Tech notebook

Phillips prepares for start

Georgia Southern notebook

Gamecocks moving up

Georgia Tech notebook

Clemson notebook

Georgia Southern notebook

Georgia reeling from injury report

Clemson notebook

Gamecocks prepare for season

Worthy appointments

Sen. Moore accessible, helpful

Greene preferred in Aiken Co. race

Critic of MOX process draws fire

Abortion kills

S.C. to kill car tax?

Rivera case questions

Moore is trustworthy and honorable

Ex-teacher gets school board support

Shirts for teen girls too revealing

An Augusta asset

Breathtaking

Award-winning country music video urges violence

Perceives Al Gore as opening door to the anti-Christ

How to fix Social Security forever

Voters should dump Aiken County school trustees

Republican backs Moore in S.C. race

Age old questions: Living alone doesn't have to be difficult for seniors
Q: Do you have any suggestions for those of us who are living alone for the first time during our ''Golden Years''? - P.T., Augusta

Perks make weight loss worth it
Being mistaken for her 25-year-old daughter's sister rather than her mother has been one of the more enjoyable perks of losing weight for Cathe Beebe.

Test of endurance
Aren't Saturdays for sleeping in? Not for Andy Cassity and his 14-year-old daughter, Elaine, of Greenville, S.C., two of the more than 100 athletes who competed in the Windmill Lake Sprint Triathlon in Evans on Oct. 7.

In the know
PRICE CHECK: Each Wednesday, Price Check offers price comparisons on consumer goods. This week: pizza.

In the know
TV VIOLENCE: TV commercials containing violence have become a staple of the annual baseball championship season, says a study by a family doctor.

Chicken a la easy
With a little planning and a good grocery list, you can minimize your time in the kitchen while providing great meals for your family. And, rather than reheating leftovers in the microwave, you can create two completely different meals, each delicious on its own.

Supermarket employees can be invaluable friends
When Angela Teter read a letter in my column about the special relationships some of my readers have with their supermarkets and the people who work in them, she asked her daughter Maggie if she would like to write about her special friend.

Chefs express their creativity with some unusual tools
When chefs say the most important tool in the kitchen is a mandolin, they're not talking about musical instrument.

Superintendent former club champ

Inkster blasts past field

Georgians weigh in on light side
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report this month warning Americans that they were in the midst of an epidemic of obesity, a label for anyone at least 30 pounds overweight.

Test of endurance

Chefs express their creativity with some unusual tools

Supermarket employees can be invaluable friends

In the know

Age old questions: Living alone doesn't have to be difficult for seniors

Chicken a la easy

Perks make weight loss worth it

In the know

Board will decide alcohol clash

Education plan aims to lift pay
COLUMBIA - State Superintendent of Education Inez Tenenbaum said Tuesday that paying teachers what they are worth, replacing aged school buses, upgrading technology and keeping children in class are why she has asked for $345.6 million from the Legislature next year.

Correction
A story in Tuesday's editions of The Augusta Chronicle about churches opposing the alcohol licenses of two area businesses incorrectly identified the pastor of Curtis Baptist Church. The pastor's name is Mark Harris.

Five-car wreck causes injuries

Panel OKs beer, wine for lounge

Education plan aims to lift pay

HOPE wins praise of student
Augusta State University freshman Stephen Myers is a second-generation HOPE scholar.

Fourth victim's identity revealed
Even in death Tabitha Leigh Bosdell's story is not an easy one.

County fair expands attractions
AIKEN - The 32nd annual Aiken Jaycee County Fair was inundated by a sea of laughter and shrieks of delight when it opened Tuesday with more rides and a greater variety of food than previous years.

Miller leads in fund raising
ATLANTA - U.S. Sen. Zell Miller has jumped out to a huge fund-raising lead over former Sen. Mack Mattingly in the race to complete the unexpired term of Sen. Paul Coverdell.

Aiken holds creationism debate

Members of fraternity escape charge
Athens-Clarke County Solicitor General Ralph Powell said Monday he won't press misdemeanor hazing charges against fraternity members found transporting two others blindfolded in the cargo hold of a sport utility vehicle.

HOPE wins praise of student

Tax credit plans cut into growth
McDuffie and Columbia counties are neighbors, but when it comes to industrial recruiting, McDuffie County has a larger carrot to dangle.

County fair expands attractions

County solves tax-check tangle
These days, Columbia County Tax Commissioner Kay Allen is seeing orange.

Finance promises overhaul

Across the area
ATLANTA - Gov. Roy Barnes celebrated Georgia's 500,000th HOPE scholarship Monday, calling the lottery-funded program a ``terrific success'' for the state.

Augusta native gets seat at debate
Most of the nation had to watch Tuesday's presidential debate on television, but one Augusta native witnessed it firsthand.

Board will decide alcohol clash
Congregations from two area churches will be at today's Augusta Commission meeting to oppose the issuance of alcohol licenses to businesses within eyeshot of their sanctuaries.

Local police receive funds from Feds
AIKEN - Law enforcement agencies in Aiken and Edgefield counties have been awarded nearly $200,000 in federal grants to improve police forces, U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings' office announced Tuesday.

Officials identify 4th victim
Arrest warrants were issued for Reinaldo J. Rivera in the death of another Augusta-area woman late Monday.

Five-car wreck causes injuries
A five-vehicle crash occurred Tuesday during traffic slowdowns for construction on Interstate 20, causing two of the vehicles to burst into flames.

Correction

Augusta native gets seat at debate

Across the area

Study links deaths to pollution

Members of fraternity escape charge

Suspect's outpouring ends

GOP hopeful goes the distance

Corps seeks turbine use

Suspect's outpouring ends
Reinaldo J. Rivera is through talking. Authorities in Georgia and South Carolina say the man charged in the slayings of four young women in the Augusta area has spilled his story to police investigators. Now, his attorney says, his story is over.

Family, friends remember slain teen

Corps seeks turbine use
U.S. Justice Department lawyers urged a federal judge Tuesday to lift a 12-year-old injunction preventing the Army Corps of Engineers from placing Russell Dam's reversible hydropower turbines into commercial use.

Cities contact Richmond County
Early speculation that a savage assault on an Augusta teen-ager would be linked to another killing proved true, but no one could have guessed where the bloody trail would lead.

Council OKs private docks

Town fills police vacancy
WAGENER - None of Wagener's police cruisers have moved from a fenced-in field behind the fire department for more than a month.

Forum targets school board races

Forum targets school board races
Melanie Love is pretty sure who she will vote for to represent her in District 8 of the Richmond County school board.

Case mirrors others with Augusta ties

Council OKs private docks
Residents of River Club subdivision in North Augusta have the go-ahead to construct private boat docks on the Savannah River.

Study links deaths to pollution
ATLANTA - Tens of thousands of Americans die prematurely each year from diseases attributable to pollution from power plants, according to estimates released Tuesday by a coalition of environmental groups.

Sheriff spot draws two candidates
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - When Marvin Easler joined the sheriff's department more than 25 years ago, there were two patrol deputies per shift. When Adell Dobey became a deputy a decade later, the numbers had not changed.

GOP hopeful goes the distance
NAHUNTA, Ga. - It's an unusual October in Brantley County because residents don't know who their sheriff will be come Jan. 1.

Officials identify 4th victim

Panel OKs beer, wine for lounge
In the end, Curtis Baptist Church sort of got what it wanted, Judy Tyler and her supporters sort of got what they wanted, but neither party went home happy.

Across the area

Finance promises overhaul
The county's Finance Department will be expected to improve its bookkeeping operations in coming months, but not without some help.

Tax credit plans cut into growth

Case mirrors others with Augusta ties
If Reinaldo J. Rivera is convicted of the deaths of four young women in Georgia and South Carolina, he would not be the first serial killer with ties to the Augusta area.

Fourth victim's identity revealed

Family, friends remember slain teen
Folks said Tabitha Leigh Bosdell was a wild one. The tongue piercing, belly button ring and cigarette in her mouth told it all.

Miller leads in fund raising

Mail-in, online services upgrade DMV
AIKEN - South Carolina officials have heard complaints about its Division of Motor Vehicles, and improvements in customer service have arrived.

Across the area
Police arrested a woman Tuesday they had sought for more than a week in connection with an Oct. 7 purse-snatching scam.

Aiken holds creationism debate
AIKEN - Roger Rollins has a doctorate in nuclear engineering, but unlike many scientists with high-priced diplomas, the Savannah River Site employee says creationism should be taught as Gospel truth.

Cities contact Richmond County

Board OKs zoning of day care
Marsha Daughtry thinks she knows her purpose: She's destined to open a Christian-based day care in Augusta.

Sheriff spot draws two candidates

Town fills police vacancy

Commission meeting results
The Augusta Commission met for nearly six hours Tuesday and made several votes on issues of importance.

Jordan returns to United Center

Jaguars crisis continues

Falcons put up good fight

Mr. Robert Redd
WARRENVILLE - Mr. Robert F. Redd, 63, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000.

Mrs. Edna Smith
MIAMI - Mrs. Edna Louise Smith died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at Villa Maria Nursing Center.

Mrs. Martha Rowland
WADLEY, Ga. - Mrs. Martha Rowland, 78, died Monday, October 16, 2000, at Glendale Nursing Home.

Mr. Thomas Walker
SELMA, Ala. - Mr. Thomas ``Tommy'' Alvin Walker, 59, of County Road 210, died Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2000, at his residence.

Mrs. Vera Mae Riley
SALUDA, S.C. - Mrs. Vera Mae Buffington Riley, 83, of Bethany Church Road, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at Saluda Nursing Center.

Mr. Roger Roemmich
AIKEN - Mr. Roger K. Roemmich, 56, of Indian Creek Trail, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000.

Mr. Reuben Rhodes
ALBANY, Ga. - Mr. Reuben Wilson Rhodes, 82, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000.

Mrs. Violet Redfern
Mrs. Violet Redlund Redfern, 46, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Gene Baughman
AIKEN - Mr. Gene A. Baughman, 62, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Chester Parker Jr.
GLOVERVILLE - Mr. Chester A. Parker Jr., 71, of Hillvale Street, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers, Aiken.

Mr. Lewis Hall
EAST DUBLIN, Ga. - Mr. Lewis Edward ``Ed'' Hall, 66, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000.

Mr. Thomas Meurer
Mr. Thomas Ripley Meurer, 78, of Aumond Road, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Louise Rooks
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Mrs. Louise Mock Rooks, 90, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at Screven County Hospital.

Mrs. Florina Koerner
Mrs. Florina Koerner, 75, of C & S Drive, died Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2000, at her residence.

Mrs. Louetta Kersey
NORRISTOWN, Ga - Mrs. Louetta Kersey, 70, of Arthur-Hutcheson Drive, died Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital, Savannah.

Mrs. Betty Still
BARNWELL, S.C. - Mrs. Betty Cox Still, 74, died Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2000, at Bamberg County Nursing Center, Bamberg.

Mrs. Sara Lovell
Mrs. Sara Inez Clark Lovell, 79, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mrs. Lessie Patterson
TALLAPOOSA, Ga. - Mrs. Lessie I.V. Smith Patterson, 85, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000.

Mr. Freddie Dunbar Sr.
NORTH AUGUSTA - Mr. Freddie L. Dunbar Sr., 50, of Seaborn Drive, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Sallie Snider
WARTHEN, Ga. - Mrs. Sallie Florence Burgamy Snider, 83, of Hamburg State Park Road, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at her residence.

Mrs. Glenna Cranford
MARIETTA, Ga. - Mrs. Glenna Stone Cranford, 75, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000.

Mr. Jake Sobel
MARIETTA, Ga. - Mr. Jake Sobel, 86, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Augusta.

Mrs. Sadie Cook
NORTH AUGUSTA - Mrs. Sadie Higingbotham Cook, 91, of Austin Graybill Road, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at National Health Care.

Mrs. Grace Mode
SHELBY, N.C. - Mrs. Grace Sailers Mode, 85, of Mode Court, died Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2000, at Rutherford Hospital.

Mr. Wallace Sellers
THOMSON - Mr. Wallace L. Sellers, 51, of Quail Farm Road, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at McDuffie County Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Rufus Oglesby Jr.
GARFIELD, Ga. - Mr. Rufus ``Buddy'' Oglesby Jr., 73, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Miss Anne Perry
STATESBORO, Ga. - Miss Anne Elizabeth Perry, 83, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at East Georgia Regional Medical Center.

Mrs. Pinkie Ray
VARNVILLE, S.C. - Mrs. Pinkie Mae Ray, 65, of Swan Road, died Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2000, at Roper Hospital, Charleston.

Miss Kathryn Kahn
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Miss Kathryn Alice Kahn, 56, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at Memorial Health University Medical Center, Savannah.

Ms. Peggy James
SPRINGFIELD, S.C. - Ms. Peggy Ann Mayes James, 27, of Skyland Drive, died Friday, Oct. 13, 2000, in Pelion.

Mrs. Billie Asmussen
MONTPELIER, Iowa - Mrs. Billie L. Asmussen, 70, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at her residence.

Mrs. Lucile Bagwell
LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Mrs. Lucile Davis Bagwell, 90, of Bagwell Road, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at Dublin Air Health Care and Rehabilitation, Dublin.

Miss Jessie Key
NORTH AUGUSTA - Miss Jessie Bell Key, 95, of Austin Graybill Road, died Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Miss Patricia Nesmith
NAVARRE, Fla. - Miss Patricia Anne Nesmith, 66, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, in Pensacola.

Mr. Harvey O'Neal
DEARING - Mr. Harvey Hermon O'Neal, of Ellington Airline Road, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Ruth Hill
Mrs. Ruth E. Hill, of Hardwick Road, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Mr. Thomas Walker
SELMA, Ala. - Mr. Thomas ``Tommy'' Alvin Walker, 59, of County Road 210, died Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Dewitt Johnson Sr.
WASHINGTON, Ga. - Mr. Dewitt Johnson Sr., 76, died Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2000, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, Decatur.

Mr. Robert Redd
WARRENVILLE - Mr. Robert F. Redd, 63, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000.

Mrs. Aleen Williams
WAYNESBORO, Ga. - Mrs. Aleen L. Williams, 75, of Thompson Bridge Road, died Thursday, Oct. 12, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.

Ms. Seana Barnes
MOBILE, Ala. - Ms. Seana Marie Barnes, 31, of Bayshore Avenue, died Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2000, at University of Alabama Medical Center.

Mr. Benjamin Cheely
SPARTA, Ga. - Mr. Benjamin Earl Cheely, 81, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2000, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Harvey O'Neal

Mrs. Aleen Williams

Ms. Seana Barnes

Mr. Freddie Dunbar Sr.

Mr. Robert Redd

Miss Kathryn Kahn

Mrs. Edna Smith

Mrs. Sadie Cook

Mrs. Sallie Snider

Miss Anne Perry

Mrs. Lucile Bagwell

Miss Patricia Nesmith

Mrs. Martha Rowland

Mr. Benjamin Cheely

Mrs. Pinkie Ray

Mrs. Louetta Kersey

Mr. Chester Parker Jr.

Mrs. Billie Asmussen

Mrs. Ruth Hill

Mr. Thomas Walker

Mr. Dewitt Johnson Sr.

Mrs. Sara Lovell

Mrs. Vera Mae Riley

Mrs. Violet Redfern

Miss Jessie Key

Mr. Robert Redd

Mr. Wallace Sellers

Mrs. Glenna Cranford

Mr. Jake Sobel

Mr. Rufus Oglesby Jr.

Mrs. Lessie Patterson

Mrs. Florina Koerner

Mr. Thomas Meurer

Mrs. Grace Mode

Mr. Lewis Hall

Ms. Peggy James

Mrs. Louise Rooks

Mrs. Betty Still

Stands up in fight against abortion
All my life I have been taught to stand up for what I believe and right now I feel there is a need to stand up for the life of the unborn.Joe Dominey, Augusta

Greene preferred in Aiken Co. race
LaWana McKenzie's record for the people of District 3 is deplorable, yet people keep putting her back in simply because she is a school principal. Donnie Boyd, Langley

An Augusta asset
State Rep. Jack Connell, D-Augusta, continues to be one of Augusta's strongest assets in the Georgia Assembly. His influence has assisted Augusta in many ways; for example, state grant funding for the Augusta Museum of History. J. Douglas Herman Sr., Augusta

Sen. Moore accessible, helpful
I have read about South Carolina state Sen. Tommy Moore, D-Clearwater. As a firm believer in voting, I feel we must believe in whom we vote for, and I personally believe in Sen. Moore. Kaye M. Quackenbush, Burnettown

Abortion kills
Abortion is wrong. Taking the life of the unborn is cruel and inhumane. Dogs are treated better then the unborn. Every day people are writing about dogs being killed, but do dogs have souls? No. Bridgette Pidel, Augusta

S.C. to kill car tax?
The lottery isn't the only referendum South Carolinians will be voting on Nov. 7. They'll also be voting on whether to eliminate or sharply reduce the car tax.

How to fix Social Security forever
Our senators and congressmen don't pay into Social Security and, of course, they don't collect from it. The reason is that they have a special retirement plan that they voted for themselves years ago. Dennis DuGuay, North Augusta

Rivera case questions
The sick, sordid story of Reinaldo J. Rivera, charged with brutalizing and killing four young women in our area, is now out in the open.

Republican backs Moore in S.C. race
I have read several negative views about state Sen. Tommy Moore, D-Clearwater, in recent months. William Jeff Maxey, Burnettown

Perceives Al Gore as opening door to the anti-Christ
Presidential candidate Al Gore and his new Democrats call themselves ``the family values'' party. Congressional voting records confirm that this party is comprised of leftist and nihilist liberals who are destroying America's culture. Gene Boles, Augusta

Ex-teacher gets school board support
I endorse Mildred McDaniel to be Richmond County's next Super District 9 Board of Education member. Willie G. Smith, Augusta

Award-winning country music video urges violence
As executive director of the Domestic Violence Intervention Center of the Central Savannah River Area, to say I was appalled to see the Dixie Chicks win all the Country Music Association awards for their video, Earl Must Die, would be an understatement. I am very disturbed by the negative message this controversial video sends about domestic violence. Sandra K. Johnson, Augusta

Moore is trustworthy and honorable
Our families have known state Sen. Tommy Moore, D-Clearwater, since high school days. He has always been a public spirited person, always concerned about his community and state. Mary L. and James Coakley, North Augusta

Stands up in fight against abortion
All my life I have been taught to stand up for what I believe and right now I feel there is a need to stand up for the life of the unborn. Joe Dominey, Augusta

Critic of MOX process draws fire
Julia Crowley's Oct. 5 letter opposes burning plutonium via the MOX process. Invite her to discuss the likely future of the tens of thousands of nuclear warheads worth of plutonium she urges that we store for the next 100,000 years, all concentrated and ready for the first thug who finds himself in control of the burial site. What a grisly legacy for our progeny.Fred Christensen, Aiken

Voters should dump Aiken County school trustees
I was at the Sept. 26 Aiken County School Board and was appalled with the behavior of the supposedly educated and civilized adults who are members of that board. Richard Posey, Aiken

Breathtaking
If you have not driven on I-20 on the South Carolina side between Augusta and Graniteville, you are really missing a breathtaking sight. To brighten your day, relieve your stress, and just to enjoy a simple pleasure of life, take a short drive on I-20 and experience the magnificent wildflower display South Carolina has put on for us. Billie Houston, Augusta

Worthy appointments
The first nine appointments to the Georgia Medical Authority board bode well for the fledgling organization's success.

Shirts for teen girls too revealing
Whenever I go to the mall to shop, I am unable to find modest clothing for teen-age girls. Meg Davis, Augusta

Linda battles on
After watching last Thursday's battle in Atlanta at the state Board of Education meeting, television's ``Xena the warrior princess'' has nothing on Georgia school Superintendent Linda Schrenko.

Gardner is her school board pick
I support Richmond County School Board candidate Bob Gardner. Mr. Gardner is an ardent, active supporter of public education. He volunteers in various schools - giving demonstrations, taking photographs, chaperoning field trips, and attending special activities. Jeanne Stroebel, Augusta

Personal friend supports Moore
As a close personal friend of state Sen. Tommy Moore, D-Clearwater, for 30 years, I tire of how the negative and mean-spirited letters portray him in your newspaper. Gunn Sawyer, Graniteville

Overtime

Greenbrier volleyball on a roll

Glenn Hills girls anxious

Overtime

Correction

Ebola outbreak in Uganda
GULU, Uganda - The death toll from an Ebola virus outbreak in northern Uganda rose to 35 on Monday, with 38 more people infected and officials trying to keep it from spreading, the nation's health minister said.

Astronauts head out on second spacewalk
SPACE CENTER, Houston - A spacewalking duo drifted out of space shuttle Discovery on Monday to help install a docking port on the international space station.

Astronauts go on third spacewalk
SPACE CENTER, Houston - A pair of astronauts floated outside space shuttle Discovery on Tuesday for a third straight day of spacewalking work on the expanding international space station.

Fox scores a hit with 'Dark Angel'

Xtreme advice: Friend should ignore others' hurtful words
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM: I really am having a problem with my friend. He's gay. I'm not gay, but I like hanging around him. People laugh at him. Some people say that if I keep hanging around him people will think I'm gay. What should I do? - 17-year-old Augusta boy

Going to the mat
Nikki Loftin wants the ring. The wrestling ring. The 16-year-old wants to be a professional wrestler, and she's already training for that goal.

Xtreme style

Xtreme style
THE FACTS: Brittany Smithson, 13, an eighth-grader at Greenbrier Middle School.

Xtreme advice: Friend should ignore others' hurtful words

Fox scores a hit with 'Dark Angel'
Writer/director James Cameron (Titanic) has made the transition from the silver screen to the small screen.

Going to the mat

Ebola outbreak in Uganda

Astronauts go on third spacewalk

Astronauts head out on second spacewalk