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Rodriguez joins Yankees  New York had completed the signing of Alex Rodriguez, 28, from the Texas Rangers for $67m   Ex-Enron CEO denies fraud charges  Jeffrey Skilling pleaded not guilty to 36 charges, including multiple counts of insider trading, and securities fraud UConn and Georgia Tech get to final  Uconn beat Duke 79-78 with a furious late rally. Bynum sinks Cowboys 67-65, powers Wreck to title game UConn downs Georgia Tech to win title  Led by 24 points from Okafor and 21 from Gordon, Huskies outclassed Georgia 82-73 on for the national championship   Bush-Mubarak meeting  Presidents face Gaza issue and Sharon's plan to close all 21 Jewish settlements there Lakers closing out Spurs  LA beat San Antonio 88-76 to win the Western Conference semifinals in 6 games. Bryant scored 26 points   Enron ex-boss Ken Lay is indicted
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Patriots take Super Bowl
  Enron finance chief pleads guilty  Andrew Fastow and his wife pleaded guilty to 2 counts of wire and securities fraud for his role in the accounting scandal   Janet Jackson revealing breast

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  During the Super Bowl halftime singer Justin Timberlake snatched off part of Jackson's bustier on stage

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  Vinatieri gave New England its second NFL championship with a thrilling 32-29 victory over the Carolina Panthers

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  62-year-old Kenneth Lay has been indicted in connection with the 2001 collapse of the former energy giant
Jul.8     Former Enron chairman surrenders  The indictment against Lay contains securities fraud, wire fraud and making false and misleading statements Jul.13   American League wins 9-4  Clemens' big All-Star homecoming was a bus, with MVP Soriano and Ramirez homering Jul.20     Armstrong rides into yellow  Lance has moved back into the lead after a dramatic victory on stage 15 of the Tour de France Jul.22     Armstrong win 16th stage  Lance seized total control of the Tour de France with an awesome display of power cycling Jul.24     Armstrong wins the 19th stage  Lance outclassed the field on the penultimate stage 55km time trial of the Tour de France Jul.25     Armstrong wins 6th Tour de France
  Armstrong, bettered the 5 Tour wins of cycling greats Merckx, Anquetil, Hinault and Miguel Indurain

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Aug.8   Firefighter Red Adair dies at 89
  Red Adair's fighting oil well fires around the globe made him a household name

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Oct.11   Astros rout Braves to get first series win   A 12-3 rout of the Atlanta in the deciding Game 5 of their first-round NL playoff series Oct.21   St Louis reach World Series over Astros
  Cardinals overcame the Houston 5-2 at Busch Stadium thanks to Scott Rolen's two-run homer with 4-3 series win

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Nov.15     Federer makes winning return  World number one is opening the defence of Masters Cup crown with a 6-1 7-6 win over Gaston Gaudio Nov.20   Fired-up Hewitt destroys Roddick  Lleyton Hewitt defused Andy Roddick 6-3 6-2 in Houston, as he raced into the final of the Masters Cup Nov.21     Federer beats Hewitt in Masters
  World number one has capped one of the finest seasons in tennis history by devastating 6-3 6-2 win

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