A full moon over Cinderella Castle at Disney World on Dec. 21, 2010, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. David Roark/Disney/Getty Images hide caption

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Disney's New Attraction: The Happiest Lines On Earth

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Bud Greenspan poses for a portrait during the USOC Olympic Media Summit on Oct. 10, 2005, at the Antlers Hilton hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo. Greenspan, 84, died on Christmas Day of complications from Parkinson's disease. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images hide caption

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Filmmaker Bud Greenspan 'Found Grace In Sport'

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He Spoke A Few Words, Then Went To His Work

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Sylvester Stallone at the premiere of The Expendables in Los Angeles in August. Stallone was selected for induction into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum earlier this month. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Sports Sucked In 2010. Admit It

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It's Rude! It's Crude! It's Stupid! Just Sayin'

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Soaring Above The Rest: The Connecticut Huskies have a chance to tie UCLA's 88-game winning streak Sunday. UConn senior Maya Moore (top) averages 24 points a game for the Huskies. Jessica Hill/FR125654 AP hide caption

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UConn Women's Team Rises To A Watershed Moment

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Elizabeth Edwards in 2009. She died Tuesday after battling cancer. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Fire And Wisdom Of Elizabeth Edwards

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Baseball's Courtesy Gap: Post-Game Handshakes

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Chicago Cubs infielder Ron Santo in 1971. He died on Thursday. Robert H. Houston/AP hide caption

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Last Dance For A Symbol Of The Joys Of Baseball

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Marvin Miller (right), shown here at a 1976 press conference, served as executive director of the Major League Players Association from 1966 to 1982. Miller has been passed over several times by the Baseball Hall of Fame. A group of former players has started a website honoring Miller. Suzanne Vlamis/AP hide caption

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Put Marvin Miller In The Baseball Hall Of Fame

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Gauze in hand, President Barack Obama walks to his car after the game of basketball Friday at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C. Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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That Fat Lip Might Give Obama Some Street Cred

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Ballroom Blitz: Former NFL running back Emmitt Smith won the 2006 Dancing With the Stars competition with his partner, Cheryl Burke. "With Emmitt, it's all about business with him. He wants to practice eight hours a day. He's a hard worker. And you know, we just get on with it," Burke told CNN's Larry King in Nov. 2006. Adam Larkey/AP hide caption

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Sack Or Samba? The Monday Night TV Dance

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Target (right) and Rufus became heroes when they kept a suicide bomber from taking lives in Afghanistan. A third dog, Sasha, was killed in that attack. Johnny Crawford/Atlanta Journal & Constitution/AP hide caption

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A Tragedy That Shouldn't Happen To A Hero Dog

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Trickery On The Football Field: Like Child Abuse?

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