The hearing lasted nearly five hours, but Elijah Cummings could have ended it after one.
Rep. Cummings, a Maryland Democrat, brushed Roger Clemens back with an interrogation that destroyed what little credibility the seven-time Cy Young winner had remaining.
Trainer Brian McNamee had told investigators that he shot Clemens with steroids and HGH, accusations that are the linchpin of George Mitchell's report detailing the use of performance-enhancing substances in baseball.
Bob Hazelton spent the days before Christmas in a Minneapolis hospital. He had fallen trying to get into a building not accessible to the handicapped, and doctors had to reflap the bone over the muscle above his left knee.
"They had to cut the bone a little bit and repad it with the major muscle in the thigh ... so if I damage it again it won't hit pure bone," Hazelton said. "The bone is soft, and because the bone is soft you have to be real careful that you don't fall or c
SYDNEY, Australia. - I hate to say I told you so, but . . .
"The torch may have been burning brightly, but darkness is descending rapidly on the culture of the Olympics, so much so that it is even difficult to embrace such moments of glory like Jones and Greene brought us without wondering if you really saw someone just run faster, jump higher or be stronger simply as a result of their hard work, talent and heart -- which is why we become emotionally involved in such moments