A closely watched U.S. Supreme Court decision on the fate of a California law that would bar minors from buying or renting “ultraviolent” video games could come as soon as today.
I’ve read the Giants’ obituaries born of the crash of Buster Posey, and I believe the news of their death is greatly exaggerated.
Brenda Villa was a highly touted Stanford water polo player in 2000 when she competed in her first Olympics.
The 2000 Games in Sydney also marked the introduction of women’s water polo to the Olympic stage.
Andy Potts returned to familiar ground Sunday as he reclaimed a spot atop the winner’s podium at the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon. Trimming two minutes off his time from last year’s third-place finish, Potts beat the two-hour mark and captured his fourth Escape victory in 1 hour, 59 minutes, 45 seconds. The women’s race was won by a new face: 28-year-old New Zealander Nicky Samuels.
Diane Havlir, the professor of medicine at UC San Francisco, serves as chief of the AIDS program at San Francisco General Hospital. Sunday marked the 30th anniversary of the first AIDS cases reported to the nation via the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.