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>> 50 Years Ago — NILAND — A Niland teen-ager suffered minor injuries in a freak traffic accident here Saturday night. The California Highway Patrol said the victim, Toni Castanieto, 18, was standing in the street talking to the driver of...
— President Barack Obama was asked at his Monday news conference whether he has the "juice" to get his agenda through Congress. But presidential juice is like the juice at fancy hotels: It comes in a tiny little glass. The framers were very anti-...
Change of SubjectPolitico: Mike Huckabee on Monday predicted that President Barack Obama won’t finish out his second term in light of the “cover-up” of the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and the former Arkansas governor called the affair...
When first proposed about a decade ago, it seemed like a promising means to revive the Chesapeake Bay's devastated oyster crop: Bring in Chinese oysters, which are impervious to the diseases killing the native stock and also grow faster. If successful,...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Politicians love few things better than a scandal to trip up their opponents, and Republicans hope last year's fatal attack on U.S. diplomats in Libya will do exactly that to Hillary Rodham Clinton and other Democrats. History...
World War II lingers for Russia and Japan. Nearly 68 years after the fighting ended, the two Asian powers have yet to sign a peace treaty. That could change now that the leaders of both countries have solid nationalist credentials and could pull off...
Moviegoers well-acquainted with Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels’ eyebrow-raising filmic oeuvre may be shocked to learn that his latest movie, “The Butler,” seems, at first blush, rather short on salacious surprises. This from the...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Mariah Carey, James Marsden, Lee Daniels
Los Angeles TimesFormer President George W. Bush was joined by President Obama and three living former presidents in the dedication of his library last week in Dallas. It's important to remember that presidential libraries are relatively new. In 1941, while he was still...
Special to The Herald-Mail"Iron Man" is probably the most lucrative superhero franchise in Hollywood. Nolan's "Batman" series is sadly done, the "Spider-Man" reboot was hardly Marvel-ous, and I'm not convinced that Zack "Sucker Punch" Snyder can sell this generation on...
Michiana Point of ViewIn December 1977, my parents moved our family to Bremen, not realizing that our new home was directly across a field from the governor's home. Of course it seems like we learned this within minutes, even before we were unpacked. As a junior in high...
BEIRUT -- Huge explosions were reported early Sunday in the Syrian capital, Damascus, and state-run media blamed Israel for a strike on a defense research facility outside the capital. State television said Israeli rockets had targeted a research...
BEIJING — “He would be amazed,” exclaimed Christopher Nixon Cox, digging into a plate of fried rice over lunch in a starkly modern restaurant with black-clad waiters and white walls at the foot of the Great Wall of China. Cox was...
Tags: Google Inc., China, Travel, Human Interest, Trips and Vacations
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