Christina Onassis Roussel christened her first child, Athena Onassis, in a small chapel on Scorpios, her private Greek island. The heiress dismissed reports that she was planning to divorce her fourth husband, French businessman Thierry Roussel . . .
Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole airlifted 50 chilled pizzas to Kansas servicemen near Korea's demilitarized zone Saturday. Three Kansas soldiers received the pizzas at the camp on behalf of military servicemen from the state who are stationed in South Korea, according to a military official. The senator had brought the pizzas in coolers from his home state, according to the official, who accompanied Dole on his helicopter trip to the Army's Camp Kitty Hawk. Dole reportedly chose pizza because the Pizza Hut chain is headquartered in Kansas. Dole -- accompanied by his wife, Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole -- is in South Korea as head of a seven-member Senate delegation, which is on the first leg of a five-nation Asian tour . . .
A judge in Los Angeles has refused to dismiss a countersuit filed by author Bob Woodward against a doctor who is suing him over alleged inaccuracies in his book about the late comedian John Belushi. Dr. Robert Feder, a Beverly Hills eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, charged in his suit that Woodward was wrong when he asserted in his book "Wired: The Short Life and Fast Times of John Belushi" that the doctor gave Belushi amphetamines on demand.