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- Editorial: Auto bailout all but forgotten Updated: Dec-04-13 4:19 pm
- Pope's call for church to be one of action draws raves Updated: Dec-04-13 3:18 pm
- Plant for processing radioactive sludge to cost $100M Updated: Dec-03-13 2:21 pm
- Parker: The dishonest selling of Obamacare Updated: Nov-29-13 2:20 pm
- Column: A tale of two Christmases Updated: Nov-27-13 4:17 pm
- 50 years after death, C.S. Lewis is as popular as ever Updated: Nov-27-13 2:16 pm
- It's good to be active, but play it smart, too Updated: Nov-27-13 10:52 am
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- Is shopping the new Thanksgiving tradition? Updated: Nov-25-13 11:50 am
- Snap, tap, done. Mobile banking from smartphones is on the... Updated: Nov-25-13 11:48 am
- Star Parker: The fatal conceit of Obamacare Updated: Nov-22-13 12:22 pm
- 'Facebook for math' helps students connect, learn Updated: Nov-22-13 10:51 am
- Finding the right employees for your new small business Updated: Nov-21-13 10:46 am
- Mattingly: Blame it on Woodstock Updated: Nov-20-13 3:20 pm
- Why would GOP want Christie as presidential candidate? Updated: Nov-20-13 12:48 pm
- Documentary 'The Cross' is simple, vintage Bill Graham Updated: Nov-13-13 2:21 pm
- Health care sign-ups proceeding in California Updated: Nov-12-13 5:18 pm
- Be alert to disaster fraud when contributing to Philippine... Updated: Nov-12-13 4:17 pm
- Goodwill to open charter school for adult dropouts... Updated: Nov-12-13 3:49 pm
- The day before JFK's assassination Updated: Nov-11-13 1:49 pm
- Parker: Why Republicans lost Virginia governor's race Updated: Nov-08-13 1:21 pm
- State tries gender-specific approach to help women... Updated: Nov-08-13 12:20 pm
- Garment saving lives of mothers in remote regions... Updated: Nov-08-13 12:18 pm
- Watch: Legal pot gets election boost Updated: Nov-07-13 4:20 pm
When presidents give speeches, the affair is choreographed like a Broadway production. The message is not just the words of the speech, but where it is given and who happens to be the chosen audience.
When President Obama orchestrated the multibillion-dollar bailout of the U.S. auto industry in 2009 - GM and Chrysler were headed into bankruptcy, Ford was struggling - his many critics derided it as either a nefarious socialist plot or an attempt to buy the votes of autoworkers about to lose their jobs.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - It's hard to wrestle with the crucial moral and cultural issues in modern Argentina without getting Catholic and Protestant leaders into the same room.
12-03-13 - OAK RIDGE, Tenn. - A special facility to process highly radioactive sludges - including some waste that dates back to Oak Ridge's work on the World War II Manhattan Project - will cost at least $100 million to design and construct, according to the Department of Energy.
As we experience more of the unpleasant realities of the Affordable Care Act, Americans are questioning, finally, the forthrightness and honesty of their president in his selling of this law.
The Neiman Marcus Christmas catalog, a seasonal guilty pleasure, arrived on the desk with a solid thud, bespeaking the 175 glossy pages of improbable, and improbably expensive gifts, inside.
Even though it has been 50 years since his death, the faithful at Headington Parish Church in Oxford, England, are constantly reminded of the loyal, but rather quiet, parishioner who always occupied the same short pew hidden by a sanctuary pillar.
If your family holiday traditions include pushing back from the table and heading out for a little pickup contest of football or basketball or maybe beach volleyball, you get an A for being active.
It's a long-held belief that rental properties hurt the values of nearby homes.
In the Black Friday of the not-so-distant past, shoppers lined up for store openings at 6 a.m. the day after Thanksgiving. If a retailer was really pushing the envelope, its stores might open at 5 a.m.
Snap, tap and done. - That's the catchy mantra of mobile banking, increasingly touted by financial institutions as a way to oh-so-easily pay bills, check balances and deposit checks from your cellphone. And consumers are heeding the call.
I have lined up my Christmas presents this year for our President, Barack Obama, and for his Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius.
You might not believe it, but when a teenager texting at 2 a.m. says she is working on algebra, she just might be telling the truth.
Dear Professor Bruce: I am an entrepreneur and started a small business. Despite a challenging economy, I am interested in recruiting employees; do you have any suggestions on how best to do this?
Cultural changes unleashed by the sexual revolution are affecting how millions of Americans understand religious liberty, according to University of Virginia law professor Douglas Laycock, speaking at a recent Newseum symposium marking the 20th anniversary of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
If the last two presidential elections tell us anything, it's that Republicans don't succeed with candidates who lack clear vision and conviction consistent with the party's conservative platform.
(Mattingly, SHNS - Column) - On Religion.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Affordable Care Act is up and running, at least in California.
They are a particularly heartless breed of con artist: bogus charities and relief workers seeking "donations" by email, telephone and other means in the aftermath of such disasters as the deadly Philippines typhoon.
Goodwill Industries is preparing to get in the education business in Memphis, Tenn., with a charter school for adults who quit high school.
Many people still remember where they were the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated - Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 - but what about the day before? What was life like for Americans on that Thursday, just before so much changed for the nation and the world?
Politics is in the eye of the beholder.
GIG HARBOR, Wash. - When Jeannette Murphy first stepped onto the grounds of the Washington Corrections Center for Women 30 years ago, she recalls encountering tennis courts and what she terms the "patty-cake" treatment of inmates by prison staff.
New mothers in remote regions of developing countries who experience the relatively common complication of bleeding after giving birth often die before they get medical help. But a simple, neoprene garment is saving lives.
WASHINGTON - Coffee? Tea? Beer? Wine? A joint?