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Haiti judge to free U.S. missionaries in kidnap case

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - A Haitian judge has decided to release 10 U.S.

Bonds for Mets' Citi Field lowered to 'junk' status

Citi Field's bonds have been lowered to junk status by Standard & Poors and Moody's Investors Service because the company that insures the reserve fund for many of them is having financial troubles.

Vikes fans aggressively show Favre love

While Brett Favre is mulling his decision about next season, fans in Minnesota are using a unique form of persuasion.

U.S. ski star Vonn worried injury could keep her out of Olympics

Lindsey Vonn bruised her right shin while training last week and might skip some practice sessions at the Olympics but plans to race.

Fog delays first training run of men's downhill

Fog has forced the first men's downhill training run to be delayed after Didier Cuche of Switzerland posted the fastest time on the Olympic course.

Johnson, Logano to use backup cars in Daytona 500 after crash

Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano sustained damage to their racecars during the second practice on Wednesday.

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Lindsey Vonn is unsure about skiing in Olympics

The Vonncouver Olympics may be on hold.

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Wie scores new car sponsor; LPGA to benefit too

Kia Motors America is getting involved with the LPGA Tour, agreeing to an endorsement deal with Michelle Wie and a title sponsorship for a new tournament at La Costa Resort.