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As former President George W. Bush, joined by President Obama and three living former presidents, dedicates his library this week in Dallas, it's important to remember that presidential libraries are relatively new. In 1941, while he was still in office,...
Three new faces will join the Alumni Wall of Fame at Lake Forest High School, which contains photographs and plaques celebrating the accomplishments of former students and inspiring current ones. The three unveiled Wednesday were David Crane, Thomas...
Baby bison Doe, who was revealed to the public at the Trexler Nature Preserve on Tuesday, went about his business, disregarding the fanfare surrounding his arrival. The calf, which hasn't been named, is the first born at the zoo since 2004 and since a...
ReutersBy Barbara Lewis BRUSSELS, April 23 (Reuters) - Brussels and Washington are the two great lobbying capitals of the world, where campaigners talk themselves hoarse trying to shift the political dial. Some of them have had the fortune to recruit British...
Tags: AIDS, Entertainment, Lobbying, Politics, Malaria
FrameworkWednesday's Pictures in the News begins in London, where pallbearers set down the coffin of Baroness Margaret Thatcher inside St Paul's Cathedral in London. Dignitaries from around the world today join Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of...
I'm at Coachella this weekend, where maybe I'll try to do the story-song combo in reverse order: hear a song, and try to think of a story that fits it. My mind is already full of possibilities. For the Stone Roses' "I Wanna Be Adored" (probably my all-...
Tags: Johnny Cash, Music, Entertainment, Pakistan, Sports
Woodrow Olson, 97, of Webster died on Monday, April 15, 2013, at Sun Dial Manor in Bristol. His funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 20, 2013, at Westside Wesleyan Church in Bristol, the Rev. Matt Pribyl officiating. Burial with military rites...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Supreme Court case that challenges a law requiring anti-prostitution policies for HIV/AIDS programs seeking federal money has generated a split among nonprofit groups that counsel sex workers overseas. The case involves a 2003...
The leafy and historic neighborhoods just north of downtown Los Angeles feature bungalows perched on steep hillsides, businesses huddled on commercial streets and an iconic baseball stadium. But all are dominated by Elysian Park, the 600-acre expanse that...
PIERRE — Legislators seem willing to let the state’s juvenile corrections division proceed with constructing a new maintenance building at the STAR campus on the grounds of the old Custer state hospital. But they don’t want the barn that...
Public health officials have launched a new, coordinated attack to contain a persistent outbreak of tuberculosis on downtown Los Angeles' skid row, including a search for more than 4,500 people who may have been exposed to the disease. The Centers for...
L.A. NOWTB outbreak: Health workers have identified about 4,650 people who were probably exposed to a persistent outbreak of tuberculosis on downtown Los Angeles' skid row and trying to track them down for testing and treatment....
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