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KIAHAs If It Didn`t Suck To Be The Fat Kid In School Already... The Growing Trend Of Printing A Student`s BMI, Or Body Mass Index, On Report Cards Is Now A Common Policy In The United States And In Countries Like Malaysia. 16 States In The U.S. Measure...
Web ReporterTuberculosis has been in decline across the U.S. over the past few years and is currently at an all time low. But, a recent report says the number of people with the bacterial infection is on the rise in King County. The annual report shows there are...
We asked readers where they would go if money and time were no object, and where they were likely to go in 2011. Thailand for dental work, one said. A trip with a friend to France, another said. Here are some of the other responses. Bon voyage! Waking in...
Tags: Transportation, Turkey, India, Forestry and Timber, Spain
Content ManagerAn Air Force senior NCO who was killed 42 years ago will receive the Medal of Honor for actions he took after enemy forces overran a clandestine U.S. radar site in Laos in Southeast Asia. Chief Master Sgt. Richard L. "Dick" Etchberger, 35, died March 11,...
Driven, cerebral and pugnacious, Robert S. McNamara was the preeminent policymaker behind the massive buildup of American forces in Vietnam between 1964 and 1968. As Defense secretary for two administrations, he wielded blizzards of facts and figures to...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Robert S. McNamara, the cerebral secretary of defense vilified for his role in escalating the Vietnam War, a disastrous conflict he later denounced as "terribly wrong,'' died Monday. He was 93. McNamara died at 5:30 a.m. at his home,...
Tags: Bombings, Henry Ford, George W. Bush, Defense, Government
Bill Millin Bagpiper played at D-day invasion Bill Millin, 88, a Scottish bagpiper who defied enemy fire as he led comrades into battle at the 1944 D-day landings in Normandy, France, died Wednesday at a hospital in Torbay, England, after a short...
The Swampby Mark Silva Mark this as the week in which one of the potential players for 2012 set out to brand herself: Sarah Palin, the "common-sense conservative.'' Three years from now -- think about that phrase a moment -- we'll......
Tags: Asia, Diplomacy, India, September 11, 2001 Attacks, Democracy
Tribune reportersPart 1 of a Tribune investigation finds that U.S. officials have neglected a lasting problem even as the health fallout has spread. Complete coverage >> In central Indiana, two sisters struggle through another day, afflicted by a painful condition in...
The Hartford CourantA 2008 video clip of Attorney General Richard Blumenthal asserting that he served in Vietnam is perhaps the most damning evidence of what he says were his occasional misstatements about his military record. But in a longer clip from the same event,...
L.A. UnleashedA photograph snapped on Borneo island of an otter once thought to be extinct in Malaysia has raised hopes that there's still time to save the creature, an official said Monday. The image of the hairy-nosed otter -- sometimes called......
Daily DishBryant Ng, a chef who helped open Pizzeria Mozza and has worked at Campanile as well as at Daniel in New York and La Folie in San Francisco, plans to open a Singaporean restaurant in downtown's Little Tokyo. Ng's Spice......
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