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Home Run-ist Bonds Indicted for Perjury

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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(Photo: Getty Images)• No field day: Baseball's all-time leading home-run hitter Barry Bonds has been indicted on federal charges of perjury and obstruction of justice. The possible-hall of famer claims no knowledge of taking performance enhancing drugs en route to his record-breaking numbers, contends that grown men often put on 150 pounds of muscle mass after a couple hours of batting practice.• They pissed her off: Hillary Clinton accuses her "boy" rivals of slinging mud "right out of the Republican playbook," and the dudes fall to the sidelines. When Wolf Blitzer directs a question at Joe Biden, the senator kids, "Oh, no, don't make me speak."

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