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Greg Hansen : Barcelo, Black wrap up solid year on golf tours

Late Monday afternoon, Rich Barcelo, his wife Teresa and their two young children caught a flight in Charleston, S.C., and returned to Tucson for the winter.

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US ranks 31st in gender equality of 134 nations surveyed

NEW YORK — Women remain far behind men in economic and political power, but the Nordic countries come closest to closing the gender gap, according to a survey of 134 nations released Tuesday.

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'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

"Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother: The Official Biography"

October 23, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

 

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'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

 

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'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

'Queen Mum': the nucleus of steel

 

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Bruised, battered, happy

Bruised, battered, happy

Brigitte Gosnell wraps her arm around a rugby ball and charges toward her coach, a bear of a man holding his shield-shaped rucking pad like a balding Spartan warrior.

October 22, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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Bruised, battered, happy

Bruised, battered, happy

 

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Bruised, battered, happy

Bruised, battered, happy

 

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Bruised, battered, happy

Bruised, battered, happy

 

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Bruised, battered, happy

Bruised, battered, happy

 

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Champion of Congo's forests among 4 winning 'alt Nobels'

Champion of Congo's forests among 4 winning 'alt Nobels'

JOHANNESBURG — Rene Ngongo, honored with the "alternative Nobel" on Tuesday, grew up in a Congo where he could marvel at the wealth of animals and trees.

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Kids, teens make up nearly half of those hospitalized with H1N1

One quarter of Americans sick enough to be hospitalized with H1N1 flu last spring wound up needing intensive care and 7 percent of them died, the first such study of the early months of the global epidemic suggests.

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3 strong tremors roil South Pacific

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Three powerful earthquakes rocked the South Pacific near the Vanuatu archipelago Thursday, generating a small tsunami just over a week after another, massive wave killed 178 people in the Samoas and Tonga.

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The Wine Column : There's variety of tastes, even in a single wine

The Wine Column : There's variety of tastes, even in a single wine

Down to business: It's wine-tasting time. Depending on the mood, the company and the food you're having, you can always find a wine, not only to fit the occasion but to enhance it.

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EarthWeek: A diary of the planet

Pushing Earth's limits

October 05, 2009 12:00 am
Aid flows to tsunami-pounded Samoas

Aid flows to tsunami-pounded Samoas

APIA, Samoa — Convoys of military vehicles brought food, water and medicine to the tsunami-stricken Samoas Thursday as victims wandered through what was left of their villages with tales of being trapped underwater and watching children drown.

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