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Want to add a "wow" factor to your bathroom? Start with a rich wood vanity with furniture detailing. Then top it off with a sleek stone countertop. The vanity area has become an important part of the bathroom, particularly in the master bath. It is...
Associated PressRICHMOND, Va. - Four days after Hurricane Isabel barreled into the East Coast, thousands of people went back to work yesterday without the benefit of home-cooked meals or hot showers, and encountered miles of blank traffic lights and downed power lines....
Sun StaffNASA's space shuttle program manager backed away yesterday from a key theory that a piece of insulation breaking away from Columbia's fuel tank during launch damaged the craft's heat shield so badly that it was destroyed in the final minutes of its...
Special to The TimesLast month, Sen. John McCain dropped by “Saturday Night Live,” drawing laughs from his promise, if elected president, to fight expensive federal projects -- such as, he spoofed, a Department of Defense device to "jam gaydar." That was a joke....
To Eric, from Dennis: Those are some awful ads that both Democrat Alexi Giannoulias and Republican Mark Kirk are airing in their campaigns to fill Roland Burris' Senate seat. Simple-minded, mendacious, nerve-racking. Nothing so bad, mind you, as the...
Tribune staff reporterIf there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer. It's the...
Tribune reportersA great speech doesn't speak only to the audience at hand, even if that audience numbers in the billions and engulfs the globe. A great speech also speaks to the past. For a better appreciation of Obama's address, we've highlighted passages in which...
On Saturday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry got into the race for the GOP presidential nomination, and within 24 hours, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty got out. Perry didn't exactly chase Pawlenty out of the race; the Iowa straw poll (in which T-Paw finished a...
Tags: Elections, Barack Obama, Republican Party, Politics, Mitt Romney
Special to the TribuneEcologist and insect expert Doug Tallamy had just returned from a week in Portland, Ore., a city known for its verdant beauty, so it was surprising to hear his take on its natural support of wildlife. Tallamy, professor and chair of the department of...
Tribune Newspapers: The Hartford CourantThe dropping temperatures remind us of cooler days that are sure to come, prompting us to look for ways to add visual warmth to our interiors. One sure -- and infinitely varied -- way is with handmade quilts. A quilt on the bed, draped across the couch...
Tribune Internet criticIt was a bad night for news anchors and Washington bureau chiefs, the traditional interrogators of would-be holders of American high office. The format of Monday's Democratic presidential debate, with questions asked via online video, had all the...
America's 51st state - the state of Incarceration - has a citizenship of about 2.1 million now, making it just about as populated as Nevada or Utah. Incarceration USA had just 500,000 residents in 1980; the war on drugs, more than any other factor,...
Tags: Employment, Employees, Utah, Ethics, Values
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