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By SANDRA McKEE | March 28, 2004
Rookie Kasey Kahne is scrambling the top of the Nextel Cup points standings, and he has an egg to thank for it. A few weeks ago, crew chief Tommy Baldwin decided to bring Kahne a present. The gift was an egg. The kind you can crack open for breakfast. But Baldwin wasn't bringing his driver breakfast - though the advice he delivered with it could have been boiled down to the familiar, "I want mine over easy." Kahne said Baldwin told him: "I want you to work the throttle as if there is an egg under it. I want you to be fast, but smooth."
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Dan Rodricks | February 9, 2014
The elderly woman who lives in the van in the shopping center on 41st Street in Hampden is Harriet Kahn. It says "Kahn" on the vanity plates of her van, but "Can" is how she pronounces her name because, she says, the softer "ah" (as in "Kaan") gives her name a pretentiousness she dislikes. Ms. Kahn is at most 5 feet tall; she says she'll be 80 in late March. She has small hands. Her hair is straight and gray; she keeps it wrapped with a scarf on cold days. She has sharp features and dark eyes with a certain savvy spark.
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By Ed Hinton and Ed Hinton,ORLANDO SENTINEL | July 12, 2004
JOLIET, Ill. - This time, at least Tony Stewart had a victory to show for all the sound and fury he detonated - the brawl in the pits, the appeal that he be suspended, the boos that thundered down on him from the 75,000-seat grandstands at Chicagoland Speedway as he drove into Victory Lane. Stewart dominated yesterday's Tropicana 400 so that no one doubted his Chevrolet was unbeatable on this day. But along the way, just before the halfway point, he bumped then-leader Kasey Kahne's Dodge in the rear bumper and sent it head-on into the wall.
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July 24, 2011
The New York hotel maid who says she was sexually assaulted by Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former chief of the International Monetary Fund, has broken her silence in an interview with ABC's Robin Roberts that will air Monday on "Good Morning America. " In excerpts made available by ABC News, Nafissatou Diallo says, "I want justice.  I want him to go to jail. I want him to know that there is some places you cannot use your money, you cannot use your power when you do something like this.
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By George Diaz and George Diaz,ORLANDO SENTINEL | February 23, 2004
ROCKINGHAM, N.C. - As the two cars closed hard toward the finish line, even the boys following the leaders felt the adrenaline rush. "I about drove it into Turn 3 watching Kasey [Kahne] trying to win his first race," Dale Earnhardt Jr. said. Kahne's dramatic charge on Matt Kenseth came up inches short, as the nose of Kenseth's Ford scratched the finish line first to win the Subway 400 at North Carolina Speedway yesterday. "It was a close one," Kenseth said. The margin was one-hundredth of a second.
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By George Diaz and George Diaz,ORLANDO SENTINEL | April 5, 2004
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Kasey Kahne is getting a little peeved at his uncanny consistency for receiving those fabulous consolation prizes as NASCAR's second-fastest man on Sunday afternoons. "The other ones were great," he said of two previous second-place runs. This one kind of [stinks]." Kahne made another strong -- but ultimately futile -- run toward Victory Lane at Texas Motor Speedway yesterday. Chasing Elliott Sadler for 10 laps, he fell two-hundredths of a second short in the Samsung/Radio Shack 500. And so ends another frustrating day for NASCAR's most consistent driver this season, a rookie quickly establishing himself as one of the sport's rising stars under the tutelage of team owner Ray Evernham.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2005
RICHMOND, Va. - Second-year Nextel Cup driver Kasey Kahne, 25, told a television audience during the pre-race show for NASCAR's Chevy American Revolution 400 at Richmond International Raceway that the thing that makes him most nervous is a first date. But Kahne, who produced his first career Cup victory last night - a 1.674-second win over Tony Stewart - said he is rethinking that. "I used to be a lot shyer," Kahne said. "Tonight, knowing I had a great car, that Tony Stewart was on my heels and knowing what happened so many times before - I was definitely nervous."
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By ED HINTON and ED HINTON,ORLANDO SENTINEL | June 19, 2006
BROOKLYN, Mich. -- Kasey Kahne had been winning big on his newfound patience this year. Yesterday, he spiked it with some of his old impatience, and won again. Kahne started on the pole in the 3M Performance 400 but fell back to 38th, one lap down, with an early overheating problem caused by debris on the grille of his Dodge. With a methodical sense of urgency, he worked his way back to regain the lead just past the halfway point. While he was up front, rain shortened the race from 200 to 129 laps, and left him in Victory Lane at Michigan International Speedway.
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By Ed Hinton and Ed Hinton,ORLANDO SENTINEL | June 21, 2004
BROOKLYN, Mich. - NASCAR officials took the pizazz out of another finish with a late caution yesterday. But this time there were no mistakes, just clockwork precision on the final judgment call. With Ryan Newman leading but Kasey Kahne in hot pursuit and gaining, and less than a mile remaining in the DHL 400, officials threw a caution to freeze the running order. Kahne's charge was instantaneously bridled, and Newman got the first victory of what had been a sputtering season for last year's winningest driver.
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By PETER BLAIR | May 1, 2006
NASCAR NEXTEL CUP Aaron's 499 Site -- Talladega, Ala. When -- Today, noon TV -- FX Crown Royal 400 Site -- Richmond, Va. When -- Saturday, 7:40 p.m. TV -- FX (7 p.m.) Track -- Richmond International Raceway (0.75-mile oval) Distance -- 400 laps, 300 miles 2005 winner -- Kasey Kahne 2005 pole-sitter -- Kahne Last year -- Kahne beat Tony Stewart by more than a second to earn his first career Nextel Cup victory after six second-place finishes. FORMULA ONE Grand Prix of Europe Site -- Nuerburgring, Germany When -- Sunday, 7:30 a.m. TV -- SPEED Track -- Nuerburgring (3.199-mile closed circuit)
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By George Diaz, Tribune Newspapers | June 22, 2011
The economic pinch continues to be a factor in NASCAR after reports surfaced this week that Red Bull plans to end the sponsorship of its two cars at the end of the season. The move would impact the No. 4 team of Kasey Kahne and the No. 83 team of Brian Vickers . It leaves Vickers with far greater uncertainty because Kahne, now in his eighth full-time Cup season, will join Hendrick Motorsports next season. Vickers is in the final year of his contract. The Red Bull team has struggled since joining the NASCAR circuit in 2007.
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By Gregory Rodriguez | May 25, 2011
Sex, power, class and race. For all their differences, the scandals encircling French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who is accused of sexually assaulting an African-born maid in New York, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has confessed to having a child out of wedlock with a Latina housekeeper, both conjure major taboos. The stories hold our attention not just because they involve powerful men brought down to size (always an American favorite) but because they remind us of the often-hidden history of interracial sex, and its roots in global migration, labor markets and social hierarchies.
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By Ron Smith | May 19, 2011
When I told a woman I know that the jailed French economist who headed the International Monetary Fund was known in the French press as "the Great Seducer," she said that judging from what she has seen of him on television, he must have come up with that nickname himself. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, released on bail Thursday after being held under suicide watch in the notorious Riker's Island lock-up in New York City, certainly hasn't looked his best since cops hauled him off an Air France flight bound for Paris and charged him with the attempted rape and sodomizing of a chambermaid at a snazzy Manhattan hotel last weekend.
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By Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2010
As recently as the late 1960s, the very existence of the National Security Agency — the Fort Meade-based defense organization that gathers intelligence from foreign countries — was such a closely held secret that insiders jokingly called the place "No Such Agency. " So when a New York newspaper reporter named David Kahn stood ready to illuminate it in a big new book in 1967, the government was less than pleased. "According to my editor [at Macmillan Publishers], the NSA director flew up to New York to say it would be dangerous to national security, and unpatriotic, to publish it," says Kahn of his book "The Codebreakers," the 1,200-page blockbuster that would establish him as the world's leading expert on the history of cryptology, the art and science of making and breaking codes.
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By George Diaz, Tribune newspapers | August 11, 2010
After a bit of negotiating, Kasey Kahne will join the Red Bull Racing team in 2011. He will spend one season there before moving to Hendrick Motorsports. "This opportunity places me with an established, competitive team that has proven they can win races and make the Chase," Kahne told reporters on Tuesday. "The opportunity to drive for Red Bull Racing Team in 2011 is a great fit for me, both personally and professionally. "It feels good to be able to finally put this to rest and focus my energy on finishing the season strong for the 9 team and our sponsors.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | May 26, 2010
Johns Hopkins senior center fielder Dave Kahn was named the d3baseball.com National Player of the Year and landed a spot on the All-America first team with two teammates: graduate student and second baseman Brian Youchak and sophomore pitcher Sam Eagleson. Blue Jays junior outfielder Jesse Sikorski made the second team, and senior catcher John Swarr was selected to the third team.
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By From Sun staff and news services | June 22, 2009
Auto racing Kahne ends 37-race drought, earns rare victory for Petty Kasey Kahne gave struggling Richard Petty Motorsports a much-needed boost Sunday, holding off Tony Stewart in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif., to end a 37-race winless streak and earn his first road-course victory. Kahne was met in Victory Lane by Richard Petty, who made his first trip as a car owner in more than a decade. A Petty-owned car had not won a race since John Andretti's victory at Martinsville in April 1999.
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By From Sun staff and news services | June 22, 2009
Auto racing Kahne ends 37-race drought, earns rare victory for Petty Kasey Kahne gave struggling Richard Petty Motorsports a much-needed boost Sunday, holding off Tony Stewart in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif., to end a 37-race winless streak and earn his first road-course victory. Kahne was met in Victory Lane by Richard Petty, who made his first trip as a car owner in more than a decade. A Petty-owned car had not won a race since John Andretti's victory at Martinsville in April 1999.
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July 11, 2006
On July 8, 2006, DAVID M. KAHN, beloved son of Arthur and Gilda Kahn, devoted brother of Sarah Gamerman of Hagerstown, MD, and Hinda Brooks of New Freedom, PA, dear brother-in-law of Marc Gamerman and David Brooks, dear life partner of Jeffrey Telepo, loving uncle of Hailey and Jesse Brooks and Max Gamerman. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC, 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Tuesday July 11 at 12 noon. Interment Arlington Cemetery-Chizuk Amuno Congregation, 4300 N. Rogers Avenue.
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