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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Bill
“Mr. Peabody & Sherman” may not be the best animated feature in theaters, but it’s easily the most educational. Luckily for the kids, it’s a pretty fun movie, too.
Barney Wasson's ashes were laid to rest next to his parents and brother at the Shrine of St. Joseph of the Mountains, which they built on their land in Yarnell 74 years ago.
Revenge is a powerful engine, and nothing drives human behavior like it. Love, like candy, is dandy, but revenge, like liquor, is quicker, and the effect is longer lasting. Hillary Clinton seems determined to learn this bitter lesson.
Hillary Clinton may have written in her autobiography that she felt “dumbfounded” and broke-hearted at her husband Bill’s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky – but privately, she had harsher words for the 22-year-old who tore at her marriage.
Mark Duvall has completed a mission roughly a year in the making.
Microsoft named Satya Nadella as Microsoft's CEO on Tuesday, replacing Steve Ballmer immediately. Ballmer had announced in August that he was planning to step down within a year. Here's the memo Nadella sent to employees Tuesday:
Charity teams are forming to run the 2014 Boston Marathon in honor of victims of the deadly bombings at last year's race.
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."
"I am writing," Sanchez wrote, "to express my concern about the increasing number of traumatic brain injuries in college football." The innocent-sounding sentence should send a cold shiver down NCAA president Emmert's spine.
Reckless accusers deserve a taste of their own medicine
A 7-year-old girl, Jane Richard, who lost her left leg in the Boston Marathon terrorist attack — which also killed her 8-year-old brother, Martin — returned home Thursday with a new prosthetic, a new lease on life and, her family says, as an "incredible source of inspiration."
A grieving mother whose daughter died about two years ago was given a bit of comfort from the debris of Superstorm Sandy — a message in a bottle written by the girl at age 10.
There have been a good number of books written about Boston's Irish mob boss, Whitey Bulger, and up to now "Black Mass: The Irish Mob, the FBI and a Devil's Deal" by Dick Lehr and Gerard O'Neill was the best one in my view. But Mr. Lehr and Mr. O'Neill have surpassed themselves with "Whitey."
The Neighborhood House Charter School has to bring in counselors for children who will never again see their 8-year-old classmate Martin Richard. The mother of Krystle Campbell, a 29-year-old restaurant manager, said it "doesn't make any sense" that she is gone. And 27-year-old Jeff Bauman Jr. — the man in a widely distributed photo — had to have both lower limbs removed at Boston Medical Center because of extensive vascular and bone damage.
An unidentified man driving an unmarked truck dropped a package containing a severed goat's head at Chicago's Wrigley Field on Wednesday, triggering fears that a curse placed on the ball club in 1945 is very much alive and well.
For instance: Mrs. Clinton sat emotionless by her husband's side during the now-famous press conference in which he stated, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman."