Employers expecting more hires in 2010

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. employers expect to hire more new workers in 2010 than they did in 2009, a sign the U.S. recession may be easing its grip, research showed on Tuesday.

UCLA rallies past Temple in EagleBank Bowl

UCLA rallied in the second half Tuesday to take down Temple in the EagleBank Bowl.

Bears CB Tillman broke ribs in win over Vikings

Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman could miss the season finale against Detroit after breaking his ribs during the 36-30 overtime win over the Minnesota Vikings.

Source: Mets agree to deal with Jason Bay

The Mets have reached an agreement with free-agent outfielder Jason Bay, according to a major-league source.

Local bars ticketed for drinking games

Louisiana — Around a dozen bars in Louisiana have been ticketed for encouraging binge drinking games. Officials say binge drinking is defined as having more than five drinks in a span of 90 minutes.

Study shows antibody finds, wipes out prostate cancer

UNDATED - US researchers have found an antibody that hunts down prostate cancer cells in mice and can destroy the killer disease even in an advanced stage, a study showed Monday.

8 Vikings, 6 Colts make Pro Bowl

Brett Favre is among eight Minnesota Vikings selected to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday, while Peyton Manning is one of six Indianapolis Colts on the AFC squad.

Sen. Dodd slashed aviation security funding for pet constituency

Now that our attention is focused on airline security measures thanks to the failed airline attack on Christmas Day, it's worth mentioning that one senator took money away from aviation security to line the pockets

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Airports begin to receive whole-body scanners

DALLAS - Only 19 U.S. airports have received sophisticated imaging machines that can detect explosives hidden in clothing.