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It was an idea so bad that even some Republicans on the far right margins of the party, the climate change deniers and evolution doubters, denounced it.
Thanksgiving is a peculiarly American holiday that is wrapped up in legend and myth that don't bear close historical examination.
As 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" starts to burn up the box office, and fans start to look ahead to what comes next, here's a look at the "Hunger Games" trilogy by the numbers:
DADE CITY, Fla. - Florida orange growers whose groves have been stung by disease and pests are turning to peaches to diversify, sowing seeds of what could become Florida's next big crop.
In her book, "Merger of the Century: Why Canada and America Should Become One Country," Toronto National Post columnist Diane Francis dismisses Mexico, but how can the U.S.'s second-largest trade partner, which is ahead of China, and Canada's fifth-largest export market not be taken into account?