January 16, 2005

'Sideways,' 'Aviator' Claim Golden Globe Honors

Veteran director Martin Scorsese's "The Aviator" and road comedy "Sideways" earned the top film awards at Hollywood's Golden Globes on Sunday, putting both in front-runner positions in the race for Oscars, the U.S. film industry's top honors.

Mariska Hargitay, the daughter of the late actress Jayne Mansfield, was best actress in a TV drama for her role as a police investigator in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."

Brady Leads Patriots Into AFC Title Clash with Steelers

Tom Brady threw for one touchdown and ran for another while the New England Patriots's defense shut down Peyton Manning and the high-powered attack of the Indianapolis Colts to claim a 20-3 playoff victory Sunday.

Eagles Soar to 27-14 Win Over Vikings

Donovan McNabb tossed two first-half touchdown passes to help the Philadelphia Eagles cruise to a 27-14 win over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday and reach the NFC championship game for a fourth consecutive year.

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