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John Mackey, who helped revolutionize the NFL's tight end position and whose post-football struggles with dementia became emblematic of the brutality of the game, has died. He was 69. Mackey died Wednesday in Baltimore after a 10-year battle with frontal...
Choosing a career path can be daunting when faced with an 8.9 percent unemployment rate in Illinois and ongoing layoffs. But there are options that not only lead to gainful employment but self-fulfillment. One profession that hasn't slowed in the...
Sentinel Staff WriterThey are some of the tiniest towns in rural Lake County, yet outposts such as Paisley, Lake Mack and Altoona — towns that rim the Ocala National Forest — are ground zero for a deepening problem. Slowly but surely, Lake County has become...
Tags: Missouri, Tennessee, Seizures, Marion County (Florida), Death
After hearing President Barack Obama's robust response to their budget-cutting proposals, Republican leaders seemed shocked to hear that the president sounds like — gasp! — a Democrat. At least Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell knew what...
Tribune senior correspondentThey picked up Billy Ray Johnson outside a convenience store in this East Texas bayou town, a place where Confederate flags fly in some front yards and a mural of barefoot slaves picking cotton greets patrons inside the local post office. On a cool...
The faux revolutionary cocked her hip like a Charlie's Angel. She drew her plastic foam handgun, stepped to the foot of China's most famous bridge and giggled for a snapshot in a Red Army costume -- a campy salute to the crucible of Chinese communism....
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Facts about children who are orphaned by AIDS. 1) In 2005, nearly 800,000 children were orphaned by AIDS in the Caribbean and Latin America. By 2015, that number is expected to grow to 1.4 million. -- Regional HIV/STI Plan for the Health Sector 2006-...
Tribune science reporterAs evidence that the nation's public health system has begun to make profound changes to deal with bioterrorism, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention point to something seemingly trivial: Some physicians have called in to report...
Sentinel Staff WritersHurricane Charley battered Central Florida on Friday night, packing 105-mph winds that tore off roofs, snapped trees like twigs and left hundreds of thousands of residents without power. And as the cleanup began, there were fears that electricity outages...
South Florida Sun-SentinelFlorida ranks as one of the lowest-paying states in the nation in what it pays unemployed workers. Whether you lose a $30,000-a-year job or one that pays six figures, your maximum unemployment compensation breaks out to $6.88 an hour — less than...
Times Staff WritersRAMALLAH, West Bank — With his wife and doctors by his side, ailing Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was flown out of the West Bank early today for medical treatment abroad, heralding the likely end of his longtime grip on power. A Jordanian air...
South Florida Parenting901 45th St., West Palm Beach; 561-844-6300 www.stmarysmc.com This local institution has been providing quality care for more than 70 years. St. Mary’s is home to the Children’s Hospital, the only dedicated children’s hospital...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Health
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