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"The Lifeboat" by Charlotte Rogan, A Reagan Arthur Book/Little, Brown & Co., 288 pages, $24.99. It is 1914, two years after the sinking of the Titanic. Grace Winter, Hannah West and Ursula Grant are on trial for murder. Grace, the narrator, is 22. She...
Tags: Murder, Thriller (genre)
It couldn't have gotten much better for track and field than the last three races on Monday's program at the world championships. Until further review, that is. And then another disqualification of a world record-holder left a bittersweet taste as the...
Tags: Allyson Felix, David Oliver
When Allyson Felix looked to her right at the press conference for the women's 200 meters Friday, she saw the two women's sprint stars of her sport. That was supposed to be the right way to look at Felix less than a year before the London Olympics....
Top of the TicketPresident Jacob Zuma sends prison minister and one of his three wives to meet with President Obama's wife....
Change of SubjectThis is a CoS re-run -- I found this in the archives looking for something else...but what a great sound from a damaged guitar using highly unorthodox playing techniques!...
Tim Clauson has traveled around the world installing playgrounds for impoverished children. In 2010, during a trip to the Republic of Zambia, he learned that some children in the African country weren't even familiar with the concept. "They didn't...
Dear Standard & Poor's, We're back, Stan, appreciative (of you) but disgusted (with our inept politicians). In February, when we addressed the fourth of these occasional letters from the Tribune editorial board to all of you at Standard & Poor's, you...
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World leaders are used to taking swipes – but perhaps not quite so literally. Botswana's president, Ian Khama, had to have two stitches after a captive cheetah clawed his face, leaving him with “minor injuries,” a government...
Tags: Seretse Khama Ian Khama
As the U.S. Food and Drug Administrationweighs approval of a radical new method of AIDS prevention — a prescription pill taken once a day — advocates say the results of experimental trials in sub-Saharan Africa argue strongly for the drug's...
WDBJ7 BloggerVietnam is home to 90 million people and apparently the cast and crew’s visit caused tension to CBS. At the start of the show, Phil addressed an apology on regards from CBS to veterans. Something must have went down (angry emails, tweets, or phone...
Tags: Paraguay, Auto Racing, CBS Corp.
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