Investigations into whatever is lurking behind Toyota's crisis of
quality have put a spotlight on all that can go wrong with auto
electronics — the growing number of wires, sensors and computer chips
that have profoundly changed the automobile in the last decade.
Missing his smile and aura of invincibility, Tiger Woods finally showed his face to a waiting world Friday and apologized again for cheating on his wife, without revealing the scope of his infidelity or when he will return to golf.
The color of the medal mattered, not the color of his skin.
All Shani Davis was thinking about was gold.
With a furious kick on the final lap Wednesday, Davis stuck his skate
across the line and won his second straight Olympic title in
Tina Tennyson loved to make raspberry
jam using the fresh fruit she bought at the farmers market in San Jose.
When she recently moved to Sacramento, she hit a stumbling block: the
local market didn't accept food stamps.