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Reality CheckBucky recaps last night's Amazing Race. Take it away, Bucky!The Amazing Race picks up at last week’s Pit Stop in the Seychelles and we learn that the teams will all catch a 2 a.m. boat that will take them to......
The Chicago Sinfonietta, long a national model for promoting diversity and inclusiveness in orchestral performance, is reaching out to whet the cultural appetite of the city's Latino community with a promising new series of concerts in various venues on...
D-Rose, Pippen watch the throne, Rosie O'Donnell on Michigan Avenue cover, Cutler talks wedding planningAny chance Derrick Rose had of keeping a low profile at Wednesday’s Watch The Throne show went out the window when rapper Kanye West announced to the United Center audience that the NBA MVP was in attendance. “Derrick Rose, I see you,”...
Liberal media bias. So incessant is this complaint from conservatives that the three words string together as one, like Holy Roman Empire. But like the old saw about that infamous regime being neither holy nor Roman nor an empire, liberal media bias...
Peter Beilenson — doctor and public health visionary, Baltimore health commissioner, Howard County health officer, quick-study scholar and decoder of federal regulations — remains one of our most interesting men. A person whose leadership has...
In the affecting new documentary "Not Yet Begun to Fight," a sound engineer is caught on film asking for a cigarette from one of the film's subjects, a Marine corporal from Evansville, Ind., named Erik Goodge, who lost an eye when he was wounded in...
Almost on impulse, almost 35 years ago, Richard M. Walden and a friend rounded up six tons of relief supplies and a jet to ferry them to Vietnamese boat people in Malaysia. Thus was Operation California — now Operation USA — born. A Times...
Take 1,100 people out of a city in North America and the world would have something to talk about for weeks, regardless of the circumstances. Changes would occur, with 9/11 serving as the obvious example. Have the same number of people killed in a place...
Christina Kim is the first to reveal her selfish motives. And she completely understands if the baring of her tortured soul prompts you to say TMI. “We all have our own personal demons,” Kim said Thursday after an opening-round 66 at the...
Tags: Depression, LPGA, Jamie Farr, Sports, Golf
Kulsoom Abdullah didn't waste any time. One day after the International Weightlifting Federation's Wednesday announcement it had made changes in the sport's competition dress code at her behest, the 35-year-old lifter from Atlanta registered for the U.S....
Tags: Athletes, Health, Islam, Iowa, International Relations
Carnival Cruise Lines just announced a hike in the standard tipping rate from $10 a day to $11.50 a day, effective December 1. And that announcement raises the question that continues to vex so many travelers -- how much and whom to tip. Tipping has...
Luis Moreno-Ocampo has more than a billion clients. He is the first prosecutor for the International Criminal Court, whose authority to prosecute those who commit crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide is acknowledged by more than 110 nations....
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