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A Virginia Senate committee rejected legislation Monday that would have expanded background checks at gun shows after an attempted compromise between gun-control supporters and opponents pleased neither side.
When two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks found out he was being honored by the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity at the New York Public Library, he remembered he owed a couple of books.
Luke Donald was on the practice range at Riviera before dawn Wednesday, so dark that only temporary floodlights allowed him to see where the ball was going.
Top-rank Luke Donald looks to make history by winning both money titles, and says it would rank as one of his greatest achievements.
Top-ranked Luke Donald will be encouraged by the memory of his father while making a run at history this weekend.
The road from Viera, Fla., to Syracuse, N.Y. is nearly 1,300 miles long. It's a grueling 20-hour trip from the Florida coast to the brink of the Canadian border, but in the spring of 2009, Tyler Clippard needed every minute of it.
''Games to Play After Dark" opens with a scene that deserves to become a classic. Kate and her friend Darcy are giving a party in their Manhattan apartment. They spend the afternoon buying a ham and other lovely things from Balducci's, they go home, put the stuff away, get themselves ready for the party, and then Darcy starts cooking from the "The Union Square Cookbook."
Nearly four years after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, victims' family members and campus safety advocates say it isn't the fine amount of $55,000 Virginia Tech faces that matters, but that the school finally will pay for the mistakes it made during the rampage.
RICHMOND (AP) — The heartbroken families of the Virginia Tech shooting victims suffered a second and probably final legislative defeat yesterday in their bid to prevent criminals and the mentally ill from buying firearms at gun shows.