St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa sues Twitter over fake page using his name

Cardinals manager Tony La Russa sues Twitter

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is suing the social-networking site Twitter, claiming an unauthorized page that used his name to make light of drunken driving and two Cardinals pitchers who died damaged his reputation and caused emotional distress.

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Cardinals manager Tony La Russa sues Twitter over fake page using his name

Baseball manager Tony La Russa sues Twitter

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is suing the social-networking site Twitter, claiming an unauthorized page that used his name to make light of drunken driving and two Cardinals pitchers who died damaged his reputation and caused emotional distress.

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Cardinals manager Tony La Russa sues Twitter over alleged fake page using his name

Tony La Russa sues Twitter over alleged fake page

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is suing the social-networking site Twitter, claiming an unauthorized page that used his name to make light of drunken driving and two Cardinals pitchers who died damaged his reputation and caused emotional distress.

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Feds urge appeals court to let them show Barry Bonds drug evidence in perjury trial

Feds appeal ruling tossing out Bonds evidence

SAN FRANCISCO — Federal prosecutors urged an appeals court to let them present evidence they say shows Barry Bonds knowingly used steroids, arguing Monday it was mistakenly thrown out by a trial court judge on the eve of his perjury trial earlier this year.

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Calif. high court upholds death sentence for man convicted in 1993 of murdering of Polly Klaas

Polly Klaas killer to remain on Calif. death row

SAN FRANCISCO — The California high court has upheld the death sentence of the man convicted of kidnapping and killing 12-year-old Polly Klaas in 1993.

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California court upholds gay marriage ban

SAN FRANCISCO - California’s Supreme Court Tuesday upheld a voter-backed ban on gay marriages in America’s largest state, disappointing gay activists who had argued that the ban was unconstitutional because it discriminated against people on the grounds of their sexual preference.

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Intel hit with $1.45 billion fine in Europe; chipmaker accused of strong-arming its rival, AMD

Intel hit with $1.45 billion fine in Europe

SAN FRANCISCO — Intel Corp. was fined a record $1.45 billion by the European Union on Wednesday for using strong-arm sales tactics in the computer chip market — a penalty that could turn up the pressure on U.S. regulators to go after the company, too.

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Intel hit with $1.45B fine in Europe; chipmaker accused of strong-arming its rival, AMD

Intel hit with $1.45B fine in Europe

SAN FRANCISCO — Intel Corp. was fined a record $1.45 billion by the European Union on Wednesday for using strong-arm sales tactics in the computer chip market — a penalty that could turn up the pressure on U.S. regulators to go after the company, too.

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Tech companies getting overseas scrutiny could become bigger targets in U.S. antitrust change

Tech firms could see fallout from antitrust shift

SAN FRANCISCO — If the Obama administration is serious about more aggressively responding to antitrust complaints, some of technology’s biggest companies could have to rethink their business strategies or expansion plans.

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Bush administration attorneys who wrote terror memos face calls for dismissal, prosecution

Bush attorneys who wrote terror memo face backlash

SAN FRANCISCO — Pressure is mounting against two former Bush administration attorneys who wrote the legal memos used to support harsh interrogation techniques that critics say constituted torture.

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