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Times Staff WritersJohn Fuchs was checking his 401(k) account online one afternoon when he saw something that seemed amiss. Listed along with his regular contributions was a $48 charge, in red. That's odd, he thought. Why would anyone be taking money out of his account?...
Zap2It.comOn Friday (June 23), CBS unveiled the 15 finalists who will compete in the latest season of the reality series "Rock Star." Titled "Rock Star: Supernova," this season's contenders will be competing for the chance to join drummer Tommy Lee (Motley Crue,...
Tribune staff reporterThursday wasn't your typical day for Brandon Bochenski. What began as just another bus ride in the minor leagues ended with a trade and nearly 10 minutes of ice time with his new NHL club. "I've never experienced anything like this before," Bochenski...
Special to the Chicago TribuneATLANTA: HARTSFIELD INTERNATIONAL (ATL) What's new?: Four additional international gates; terminal roadway improvements under way. Pluses: Laptop Lanes (business centers); MARTA (rapid transit) inside airport; Executive Conference Center. Minuses:...
The Hartford CourantJoe Lieberman, his presidential hopes crushed by defeats in seven states, withdrew from the race for the White House Tuesday. The decision ends an odyssey at the summit of national politics that began in August 2000, when Al Gore tapped him for vice...
Tags: Bill Clinton, New Mexico, Yale University, Arizona, Elections
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Sun National StaffMANCHESTER, N.H. - Survivors of last night's Iowa caucuses will be hitting the icy ground here today to find a vastly different state than the New Hampshire of just a week ago, with Sen. John Kerry and retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark surging and former...
Associated PressGILMANTON, N.H. - A Roman Catholic summer camp for children has become a target of sex abuse allegations from former campers, including a man who said he was sexually assaulted in the chapel by a former camp director in 1972. According to court records...
Tags: Sexual Misconduct, Lawyers, Boston, Sex, Massachusetts
Hundreds of feet beneath the Caribbean's aquamarine surface, self-appointed submarine captain Karl Stanley counts the particles in a beam of light. If he looks up, he'll see the dark silhouettes of hammerheads circling. If he follows the spotlight to its...
The Hartford CourantDuring a decade of record population growth for the nation, with the neighboring state capitals of Providence and Boston booming, Hartford suffered the biggest percentage population drop of any large city in America. Those were just some of the story...
Times Staff WritersMILWAUKEE, Wis. — By helicopter, motorcade and jumbo jet, President Bush dashed from one battleground state to another today in a final push to collect the votes he needs to win reelection. With national polls showing the race deadlocked and its...
Tags: New Mexico, Curt Schilling, Polls, Elections, Iowa
Tribune national correspondentIts lawns studded with candidates' signs, airwaves choked with campaign ads and roads relentlessly crisscrossed by presidential hopefuls and their surrogates, the Granite State might be reveling in the run-up to its fabled first-in-the-nation primary...
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