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Crews to continue scouring Fossett crash site - Chicago Sun-Times

By germanifa01 - October 3rd, 2008, 5:08, Category: General

MAMMOTH LAKES, Calif.---- Steve Fossett chose a small single-engine airplane to scout a site for his next big adventure. But the crash that authorities say almost certainly claimed his life was as epic as the life the millionaire thrill-seeker tried to live. Deep in the Sierra Nevada, searchers on

Phillies handle Sabathia, take 2-0 lead - Baltimore Sun
PHILADELPHIA - With one more loss to the Phillies , CC Sabathia and the Milwaukee Brewers will have all winter to rest. Brett Myers rankled Sabathia with a pesky at-bat and dominated the Brewers from the mound, and Philadelphia beat Milwaukee, 5-2, last night behind Shane Victorino's grand slam for

Astronaut's diary goes on display in Jerusalem - Washington Post
Yigal Zalmona, a curator at the Israel Museum, displays pages from the diary of Ilan Ramon, an Israeli astronaut who died in the fatal mission of space shuttle Columbia, in Jerusalem, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008. Pages from the Israeli astronaut's diary that survived the explosion of the space shuttle

FDA rejects a ban on children's cold drugs - Detroit Free Press
WASHINGTON -- A top government health official rejected Thursday pediatricians' calls for an immediate ban on over-the-counter cough and cold medicines for young children. The official said a ban might cause unintended harm. But Food and Drug Administration officials at a public hearing also said

Oil Heads for Biggest Weekly Drop Since 2004 Before Jobs Report - Bloomberg
Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Crude oil was little changed in New York, poised for the biggest weekly drop since 2004, before a U.S. employment report expected to reinforce signs of recession in the world's biggest energy user. Oil has declined 12 percent this week as higher borrowing costs and reports