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- Obama to order businesses to hike overtime pay for salary workers
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- NATO sends surveillance planes to watch Ukraine
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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Bruno'S
Nicodemo "Little Nicky" Scarfo, the boss of the Philadelphia-South Jersey La Cosa Nostra crime family in the 1980s, has been described by law enforcement officers and former criminal associates as ruthless, homicidal, greedy and paranoid -- even by organized-crime standards.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy criticized a nationally syndicated radio host Sunday for what he said was a "racist" comment about San Francisco reliever Ramon Ramirez.
With a senior-laden roster, DePaul coach Doug Bruno knew that this could be a special season for his team.
If you could only see one show on Paris' packed nine-day-long fall-winter 2011-12 ready-to-wear calendar, it would have to be Yves Saint Laurent.
No wonder the Tudor period of English history fascinates readers. It has everything: a tyrannical king with six wives, menaced - and menacing - princesses determined to sit on the throne, wily politicians to aid them, and new ideas to foster and justify their ambitions. Chief of these were new ideas about religion.
DENVER — Not only did Bruno Kirchenwitz's U.S. Border Patrol baseball cap help get him fired, it almost got him shot.