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Top of the TicketFamous names, many of them Asian, show up for the third state dinner hosted at the White House by the Obamas....
Top of the TicketAlso, Dick Durbin, Joe Lieberman, Kent Conrad, Henry Kissinger, Tim Kaine and Colin Powell....
Babylon & BeyondThe U.S. position on Egypt has taken Israel by surprise and left people wondering what the Americans are doing and what this means for other allies in the region, including Israel. When the administration first urged Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak......
Top of the TicketGuest columnist Robert Schmuhl of the University of Notre Dame analyzes the 40th president's political role in modern U.S. history....
The Hartford CourantHOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Named by the General Assembly after Kent county in England. Its Indian name was Scatacook, meaning a place where a river divides. ORIGINS: The area was originally part of the western lands formerly held by Hartford and Windsor. In...
Elizabeth Taylor, the glamorous queen of American movie stardom, whose achievements as an actress were often overshadowed by her rapturous looks and real-life dramas, has died. She was 79. Hospitalized six weeks ago for congestive heart failure, Taylor...
White House tapes released Tuesday capture Richard Nixon as a pugnacious second-term president who talks of hammering out an end to the Vietnam War even if he has to "cut off the head" of the South Vietnamese leader, remarks that an abortion might be...
Tags: Abortion, Heads of State, U.S. Military, Politics, Richard Nixon
Brooke Astor's 85-year-old son was convicted Thursday of exploiting his philanthropist mother's failing mind and helping himself to her nearly $200 million fortune. Anthony Marshall now faces a mandatory jail sentence of at least one year - and perhaps...
Tags: Theft, New York, Brooke Astor, Tony Awards, Trials
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, a four-star general who served as a top adviser to three presidents and had presidential ambitions of his own, died Saturday of complications from an infection, his family said. He was 85. Haig's...
The Swampby Mark Silva While maintaining that husband Bill Clinton's journey to North Korea to secure the release of two American journalists was "a private mission,'' apart from any consideration of nuclear proliferation, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says...
The Swampby Mark Jacob With a Chicagoan -- President Barack Obama -- winning the Nobel Prize for Peace, it's fitting to take a deeper look at the world's most famous awards for peaceful human achievement. The fact that they were founded......
Tags: Jerry Lewis, Alfred Nobel, Health, Barack Obama, California
Top of the TicketCould resigning actually be a smart move to free Palin for other activities?...
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