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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Daisy
==Plants and flowers==* Asteraceae or Compositae, known as the aster, daisy, or sunflower family * Common Daisy or Bellis perennis, common European species of Daisy, often considered the archetypal species of that name - Source: Wikipedia
This offbeat tale of presidential romance is a high-toned dud — a surprise, given its talented cast, scandalous subject matter and trim 94-minute running time.
The slaying of a Hollywood publicist took another bizarre twist when a man police went to question in the case shot and killed himself in the lobby of a Los Angeles residential hotel.
A man police called a "person of interest" in the slaying of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen shot and killed himself at a Los Angeles residential hotel Wednesday as Beverly Hills detectives tried to talk to him, authorities said.
Detectives investigating the slaying of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen tried to ask questions of a "person of interest" in the lobby of a Los Angeles residence hotel, but the man pulled out a handgun and killed himself, police said.
It was a scene befitting a Hollywood true crime drama: A prominent Beverly Hills publicist was gunned down in her Mercedes-Benz after attending a movie premiere, sending the luxury car careening into a light post near Sunset Boulevard.
In her second novel, "Men and Dogs," Katie Crouch tells the story of a self-centered woman from Charleston, now living in San Francisco, who is attempting to make sense of a life she recognizes as "innately screwed up."