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Ramadan begins this evening. It's the holiest month of the year for Muslims around the world, who will fast and pray. And give to charity. That's has become more difficult since Sept 11. from KQED, Alex Cohen reports.
Wide-ranging is one way to describe the President's press conference today. He talked about nominee Harriet Miers, steroids in baseball, and how to pay for Katrina reconstruction. John Dimsdale has more.
Paul Orfalea is almost 60 years old. He's a bit over six feet tall and balding a little. 36 years ago he had a full head of red, kinky hair. He used his goofy nickname when he started his company in 1970: Kinko's.
After more than a year lost cooling its heels in a lockout, the National Hockey League will be cooling them back on the ice starting tomorrow. Tess Vigeland looks at how the owners and players are bringing the fans back.
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