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- Jonesville man gets 25 years in infant's death Updated: Nov-14-13 7:29 am
- Ambrose: JFK proved charisma doesn't mean much Updated: Nov-12-13 12:47 pm
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- Texas co. must pay for RI environmental projects Updated: Nov-05-13 2:08 pm
If Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his parade of official proclaimers truly meant everything they've always said about pursuing a nuclear program only for peaceful energy and medical research purposes, then you'd figure Tehran's elites should be bummed out by their bad timing.
What can we be thankful for this holiday season?
Thanksgiving is a peculiarly American holiday that is wrapped up in legend and myth that don't bear close historical examination.
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.
In their wilder fantasies, Ukrainian democrats surely fantasize about moving their county to a location with better weather, better scenery and most of all without Russia as an immediate neighbor.
When John Milton wrote, "They also serve who only stand and wait," the English poet meant it as a compliment to those who watch "o'er land and ocean without rest."
WASHINGTON - In the 1995 movie "Canadian Bacon," the U.S. president (Alan Alda), distressed by low opinion polls, starts a war with Canada on the theory that the public rallies around war-time presidents.
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.
"Any agreement that does not recognize the rights of the Iranian people and does not respect these rights, has no chance," Mohammad Javad Zarif said last week.
UNION, South Carolina - A Jonesville man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the death of an infant he was babysitting nearly two years ago.
Say it's 1960, you are 16, raised by Democrats and fascinated by politics. Because there is someone like John F. Kennedy running for president, you're also excited.
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?
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - A Texas gas company was ordered Tuesday to pay for several environmental programs in Rhode Island under a criminal sentence handed down by a judge who took the unusual step of asking the community for punishment ideas.