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  • Baseball Player Won't Move Without Dog

    Baseball players are known for switching loyalties as often as they switch teams, but despite getting traded from the Miami Marlins to the Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Mark Buehrle will not be moving his family to Toronto.

    Buehrle may play there, but he won't call it home. Not without Slater, his American Staffordshire terrier, which is a breed of pit bull. Pitbulls are banned in the province of Ontario, which includes Toronto.

    Buehrle and his wife Jamie considered slipping the pooch - one of the four dogs - through a loophole by claiming Slater is a service dog, but that was abandoned.

    Jamie Buehrle told ABCNews.com that Slater is not a threat.

    "Everyone who meets him [Slater] falls in love with him," she said. "Every time a kid comes over to our house, he is the first dog they go towards."

    "The baseball season is a long time, so I just couldn't imagine him [Slater] staying with someone else for so long", said Jamie Buehrle.

    So Jamie Buehrle and

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  • The White House says that a short-term resolution may be the only workable option to avoid triggering the sweeping package of federal budget cuts known as " the sequester," unless Congress can reach a broader deficit-reduction agreement.

    Lawmakers have a legally mandated deadline of March 1 to select $85 billion in cuts from the nation's $3.8 trillion budget. But with little indication of progress and Congress in recess this week, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said today that the chances of such agreement were slim.

    "There is no way to do this - $85 billion over that short window of time?" he said at a press briefing. "There is no way, if you follow the law written by Congress, that implementation of these cuts would not have the draconian, drastic effects that the president talked about today and that everybody has written about, that has talked about or everybody who's spoken about this has made clear will happen."

    The comment came the same day

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  • Ko, Lewis fight for bonus as Granada grabs lead
    Ko, Lewis fight for bonus as Granada grabs lead

    Naples (United States) (AFP) - New Zealand teen Lydia Ko and American Stacy Lewis battled for a $1 million season bonus Saturday but Paraguay's Julieta Granada was the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship leader after 54 holes.

  • Goal machine Messi leaves La Liga greats trailing

    By Iain Rogers MADRID (Reuters) - If anyone had suggested when a callow teenager called Lionel Messi netted his debut La Liga goal for Barcelona in May 2005 he would equal Telmo Zarra's Spanish top-flight scoring record within a decade they would have been dismissed. Yet that is what the pint-sized 27-year-old Argentine achieved when he scored from a free kick in the 21st minute of Saturday's game at home to Sevilla to match Zarra's haul of 251 goals over 15 seasons for Athletic Bilbao in the 1940s and 50s. ...

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