Headlines for: 07-27-2000

STUDY: REPUBLICANS MORE LIKELY TO HAVE NIGHTMARES KENSINGTON, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- There's going to be a lot of tossing and turning in Philadelphia hotel beds when the Republican Convention gets underway on Monday (Jul. 31).

HAMBURGER SANDWICH TURNS 100 YEARS OLD NEW HAVEN, CT. (Wireless Flash) -- Why should the name Louis Lassen make cows shudder in terror? Because Louis is the inventor of the hamburger sandwich, which turns 100 today.

BUSH AND GORE ARE WALKING TARGETS AUSTIN, Texas (Wireless Flash) -- George W. Bush and Al Gore may be at a disadvantage for not carrying briefcases. That's according to inventor Robert Gold, who has

MR. CLEAN, TWINKIE THE KID TO BECOME ACTION STARS LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Move over Jackie Chan, the next action star may be Mr. Clean. It seems Mr. Clean, Twinkie the Kid and even Chef Boy-R-

JANET LEIGH: BACK IN THE SHOWER FOR `PSYCHO' ANNIVERSARY UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- She may not like it, but Janet Leigh is heading back to the showers in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Hitchcock thriller "Psycho."

LOU RAWLS WORKING ON STAGE MUSICAL OF `ME AND MRS. JONES' LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Singer Lou Rawls is set for a new stage in his career -- the Broadway stage. Rawls is currently producing a stage musical titled "Me

`FAKIE' GOES TO HOLLYWOOD? NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- The original members of the 1980s-era British band Frankie Goes To Hollywood don't have much reason to "Relax" these days.

CRABS TO BE SCREENED FOR STEROIDS AT CRAB PAGEANT? OCEAN CITY, N.J. (Wireless Flash) -- The Olympics isn't the only place where athletes are screened for steroids: Crabs participating in an upcoming crab race may be checked for

CAB DRIVER WARNS CELEBS: `YOU'RE NOT FAMOUS UNTIL YOU'RE IN MY CAB' BROOKLYN, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) -- Celebrities, take note: You're nobody until you've ridden in Sam Sloan's taxi cab.