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New York Yankees Ichiro Suzuki, 39, hit a liner off Toronto's R.A. Dickey that bounced just beyond diving third baseman Brett Lawrie in the first inning Wednesday night to reach the milestone. Pete Rose and Ty Cobb are the only two players who've reached the mark solely in the major leagues.
Embattled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner on Wednesday reached a tentative deal involving a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against him and the city. City Attorney Jan Goldsmith said a proposed resolution was reached and it will be presented to the City Council during closed session Friday. No details were released, and it was unclear whether a resignation was part of the deal.
Beta agonists, a class of drugs widely fed to cattle and hogs to make them put on weight faster, are coming under increasing scrutiny. Reports suggest animals fed these drugs can seem reluctant to move — lethargic, unable to walk properly — and may die more often, too.
The windswept island about 6 miles off the coast was a haven for a hugely diverse bird population until fishermen decimated the birds' ranks. Puffins have been successfully reintroduced to Eastern Egg Rock, but warming ocean waters may be threatening their ability to survive.
As a prisoner of war during World War II, Army Air Corps 2nd Lt. David Cox was desperate for food when he traded his signet ring, a gift from his parents, for some chocolate. Cox died in 1994, but his family was stunned this month when they got the ring back from a man in Bavaria, Germany.