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Bobby Vee still has the infectious smile, bright eyes and boyish good looks of his 1960s pop idol days, when he scored such hits as "Take Good Care of My Baby," ''Rubber Ball" and "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes."
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is calling for continued discussion on a potential move of the state prison.
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The terrorist detention camp at Guantanamo Bay is looking for instructors to provide "intellectual stimulation" to its prisoners by teaching seminars on anything from pastels to Photoshop, CNS News first reported Monday.
If you need an antidote to last year's bitter election cycle, spend your Presidents Day poking fun at the dysfunctional politics that have overtaken Washington with Mark Russell, who has been performing his sharp political satire for more than 30 years.
Microsoft and other technology giants have been ordered to stand before an Australian government committee and explain why prices are higher for Aussies than elsewhere in the world.
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