Sun News Digest

SUN NEWS DIGEST

November 25, 2005

NATIONAL

Cheney seen as liability

What were once considered Dick Cheney's strengths - his hard-charging style and willingness to take on the toughest of issues - are increasingly coming to be seen as liabilities. Although conservatives praise the vice president, his approval ratings are far lower than President Bush's. pg 1a

WORLD

Car bomb kills at least 30 in Iraq

A car bomb exploded outside a hospital in Baghdad, killing at least 30 people while U.S. soldiers were handing out gifts to children nearby. An Iraqi official warned of more violence ahead of the Dec. 15 elections. pg 15a

MARYLAND

Witness sought in shooting

A year after he disappeared, a key witness in the shootings that injured four Randallstown High School students is still being sought by Baltimore County prosecutors. Charges against the man accused of bringing the gun to the school were dropped but will be filed again if the witness is found. pg 1b

SPORTS

Loyola thumps Calvert Hall

No. 4 Loyola High School defeated No. 8 Calvert Hall, 31-13, at M&T Bank Stadium in the 86th annual Turkey Bowl. Running back Casey Creaney rushed for 114 yards on 22 carries and quarterback Joe Lennon added another 68 on 10 carries. pg 8c

BUSINESS

Toyota gears up to boost sales

Toyota Motor Corp. is quickening its quest to unseat ailing rival General Motors Corp. as the world's biggest automaker with reported plans to start manufacturing up to 100,000 Toyota vehicles at a Subaru factory in Indiana. pg 11c

TODAY

Wishing for big box-office sales

The major studios have a lot more than usual riding on this Christmas. Hollywood hopes to end with a financial flourish big enough to partially offset a 6 percent drop in box-office receipts compared with last year. pg 1e

QUOTE

OF THE DAY

"This is the epitome of getting your hands dirty. I think we're about stuffed."

Volunteer Ashley Fallston, who helped to prepare meals for the annual Bea Gaddy Thanksgiving dinner in Baltimore.

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