By Mark Mix
Home day care providers would be forced into unions
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
It was an archaeological hoax that fooled scientists for decades. A century on, researchers are determined to find out who was responsible for Piltdown Man, the missing link that never was.
What if the wolf at the door were more than metaphor? This is the premise of Tana French's latest detective novel, "Broken Harbor," the fourth in her Dublin Murder Squad series. These four novels have instated Ms. French as one of crime fiction's reigning grand dames -- a Celtic tigress.
Here's a mystery I wish Sherlock Holmes would solve: What the heck is going on in his new movie?
Professor James Moriarty has taken a lot of heat the last century for crimes he didn't commit.
"The virtue of the Sabbath, honoring the sanctity of life, reclaiming fatherhood, reclaiming motherhood, marriage and family, physiology of success, truth and its rewards, conscientious objection, the morality of race, the virtue of capitalism, the virtue of saving, moving towards a virtuous civilization."
Edward Hardwicke, who played Dr. John Watson opposite Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes on television in the 1980s and '90s, has died of cancer at age 78.
A gift guide to the best Blu-ray and DVD entertainment including Respond2 Entertainment's Tonight: 4 Decades From The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, Paramount Home Entertainment's White Christmas and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment's Alien Anthology.
Even if you are not a member of the Baker Street Irregulars, that popular society of Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts, you will find this collection of previously unpublished letters from Holmes' creator fascinating reading. For while much is known about Holmes — "the world's most famous man who never was" — less has been revealed about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, whose life rivaled that of any fiction. As a physician, sportsman, war correspondent, military historian, crusader for social justice and spokesman for spiritualism, his days were full of drama.