- Making News: Ukraine's Supreme Court Declares Election Invalid
The Supreme Court of Ukraine today threw out the vote count that led to days of massive protest on the streets of Kiev, and ruled that the presidential run-off election must be repeated. David Holley updates the story he's been covering for the Los Angeles Times since last month's contested voting and looks at possible victors in the new run-off election, scheduled for December 26.
- Reporter's Notebook: Sluggers Admit They Took Steroids
He's been named Most Valuable Player seven times and hit almost as many home runs as Babe Ruth. Today, the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds told a federal grand jury he took substances from a trainer under indictment for distributing steroids. Frank Deford, sports commentator for Sports Illustrated, HBO and NPR, laments the damage the scandal will do to Major League Baseball.
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